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Olympia Harbor Days - Scaled Down & Virtual

South Sound Maritime Heritage Association (SSMHA) has developed a scaled-down version of its popular Olympia Harbor Days Festival

 

 

Working within Washington State coronavirus health guidelines, the South Sound Maritime Heritage Association (SSMHA) has developed a scaled-down version of its popular Olympia Harbor Days festival normally held every Labor Day Weekend, according to board president Don Chalmers.  

Among the features of this year’s event are:

  • Olympia Maritime Heritage Self-Guided Tour along the Percival Landing Boardwalk
  • Links to a Decade of Olympia Harbor Days Videos of Tugboats, Races and Fun
  • Lego Tugboat Building at Home with an Instructional Video
  • Harbor Days at Home – Encouraging Maritime Displays in Neighborhoods
  • Estuary Beach Quest, Crab Bingo and other Stay Safe at Home Activities for Kids by the Puget Sound Estuarium
  • Logo Hats, Facemasks, Collector Buttons and Tugs at the Capital City Vol II Available for Purchase

Our friends at Experience Olympia & Beyond (aka VCB) just sent out this list of September "Daycations" in Thurston County. And Olympia Harbor Days Lite is listed with its many safe at home activities or a self-distanced self-guided Maritime Heritage Tour at Percival Landing. Looking for something local do to at any time of the year? Learn more here.

A full list of event information, activities, videos and links is available at www.HarborDays.comwww.MaritimeOly.org and on Facebook.com/OlympiaHarborDays.

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