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Check Out These Crafty Events to Kick Off April in Kitsap

posted by: BEST WESTERN PLUS Silverdale on: March 28, 2014 2:09:26 PM

With Spring finally “springing”, a number of crafty, art-inspired events are kicking off in and around Kitsap county over the next few weeks! Everything from antiques shows to pottery exhibitions to art walks will be going on, so if you’re coming to the Silverdale area in the next little while, there will be plenty for you to do! Here’s just a taste of what’s going on:

Daily Bird Pottery Trunk Show

April 5 @ 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Local artists Darby & Phoebe of Daily Bird Pottery will be present at the Bainsbridge Island Museum gift shop to present their work. Their handcrafted, naturally-inspired pottery comes in the form of cookware, serving & table wear and sculptures.

Kitsap Antique Show

April 5 @ 10:00 – 4:00 pm

Kitsap County Fairgrounds

Join fellow seasoned and newbie antiquers alike at this annual antique show. Rare, valuable and unique items from all over the world will be present—You can even bring in your treasured collectives for appraisal!

Port Orchard Art Walk

April 5 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Downtown Port Orchard

Kicking off the first Friday of every month from April to November is the Port Orchard Art Walk. You’ll be joining local businesses, local artists and local musicians and local vendors for food, fun and entertainment! 

Interested in any of these arty events? Explore some of the beautiful areas around Silverdale and get your crafting boots on and go check them out! When you’re done crafting, we welcome you to come enjoy a relaxing night (or nights!) with us at the Silverdale Beach Hotel. With fantastic ocean views, friendly staff and great amenities will leave you wanting to stay for longer! Check out our packages for our latest and greatest deals! 

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