This One-Of-A-Kind Festival Pays Homage To Washington’s Little Known Polynesian Past
It’s exciting to see the Evergreen State coming back to life, with festivals and events back on our calendars for the summer and beyond. And while it might be awhile before you’re comfortable in a crowd, we’re pleased to report that there are all kinds of wonderful small town festivities happening this year that are a great way to get re-adjusted and have some fun in the process.
To those who aren’t aware, the annual Kalama Heritage Festival is returning this August for its 10th celebration. And if you’re unaware of the Hawaiian history of this town, add it to your calendar this year and check it out.
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Doesn’t this sound like a blast? This year’s festival dates are August 7th and 8th. Keep up-to-date on plans here. And while you’re at it, book yourself a stay at the Kalama Harbor Lodge.