Situated south of Seattle and east of Tacoma in the shadow of majestic Mount Rainier, the Fairgrounds comprise 169 acres, with buildings and land.
The mission of the fair is to respond to the communities' needs by producing a dynamic Fair, in a year-round facility, that serves an ever-expanding circle of peoples.
Also included are woodcarving, weaving and live entertainment.
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The city enjoys a unique place on the National Historic Register. Kindergarten students may enter as first grade students. The Irish community in Seattle has always celebrated St.
One of only three such ports on the entire coastline of the United States, Port Townsend is known for its Victorian era architecture, breathtaking bayside harbor location and a wide variety of outdoor activities. The Jefferson County Historical Society proudly presents our 10th annual VICTORIAN FESTIVAL. On April Fools Day, in a town called Woodinville, Washington, the howling, rooing, and wolfing begins at day break. Patrick's day, and this exuberant 2-day festival is committed to bringing authentic Irish culture to the community at large in order to foster a better understanding of Ireland and its people.
Nestled in the Northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula at the entrance to Puget Sound is beautiful Port Townsend, our historic Victorian Seaport and Arts Community. You can start the day off with a South Beach Christian Outreach Pancake Breakfast.
Come to the Victorian Festival and plan to stay a few days, partaking of the Festival fun and the limitless opportunities for exploration of historic sites and natural wonders all over the Peninsula. and then move right along with the flow of festivities. To be Held at Olympic College in Bremerton, the Washington State Science and Engineering fair is open to all Washington State students in grades 1 through 12 of public, private, and parochial, or certified home schools. There is much in common between Seattle and Ireland, in addition to the fact that Seattle and Galway are Sister Cities.
Irish dignitaries, visiting artists and a parade cap the event, while local folk participate in workshops and contests, hear lectures and watch films, try their skill at Irish step dancing and join in singalongs, search their ancestry, view cultural displays and tap their toes to lively Irish music and dance.
The Irish Week Festival is produced by The Irish Heritage Club and Seattle Center's Festal.
The society was established to educate and increase interest of the general public in various types of music and drama as practiced by the society.
It was structured as an umbrella organization providing an avenue for community performing groups to be able to perform in a professional atmosphere with all the benefits afforded professional entertainers.
The Fair continually ranks in the top ten largest fairs in the world.