Washington offers a whale of a time

June 30, 2013 by  

Whaling Days in Washington is celebrating its 41st annual event, and its 31st annual ‘Whale of a Run’ in the Silverdale area, and the end of July.

The run occurs midway through the Whaling Days Annual Street Fair and provides attendees with the opportunity to enjoy the festivities of the street fair, as well as an active run or walk, as well as race for rubber ducks. Poster printing, banner printing, and flyer printing were most likely used to promote this annual event to people who reside in this community and the surrounding districts.

The Whaling Days festival in Washington is one of Silverdale’s largest events, and annually donates its proceeds to a number of charitable organizations and scholarship programs. The festival is organized by a non-profit organization and features a number of eye-catching family fun and viewing activities, including a street fair, a parade, live entertainment, an outrigger canoe race, the Dyes Inlet dash, and, of course, the well-known Great Kitsap Duck Race.

During this event, families will be able to visit a number of vendors and artisans, as well as enjoy a huge amount of fun. It will go ahead rain or shine, so please dress appropriately and bring along a camera to capture some of the happenings.

Whaling Days in Washington is open to everyone will be happening from Friday, July 26 until Sunday, July 29 at various times and locations in the Silverdale, Washington area. To preview the schedule of events, please visit the Whaling Day’s website.