Pacific Northwest Events Calendar

Welcome to our events calendar with an emphasis on "Upper Left": the upper left coast of the US and of Washington State.

We're now back "up and running" and can accept virtual events.

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Note: the map displays upcoming events with physical locations. If there are only a few, the map may show very zoomed in and you may need to zoom out for a wider view.

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Articles about PNW Events

Sound Fall Fun: Things to Do This Autumn in...

Autumn is here! Unfortunately, COVID-19 is also still here, which means a drastic change in our usual Autumn events and activities. Here are some ideas for things to do around here in Autumn 2020, as well as some events that have been canceled. Please feel free to share any events or activities that you've found worthwhile around here this Autumn.

Where to View Salmon Spawning in Kitsap County This...

Every year the salmon return from the ocean to their home streams to spawn. WSU offers a day of salmon viewing and education in the fall. Here's where and when to view spawning salmon in Kitsap County this Autumn.

Geeky Handmade Gifts from Pacific Northwest Artists and Makers

Wondering what to buy for that geek you love this holiday season (or anytime!) that isn't another comic book or Funko? Here are some of our favorite geeky handmade items by Pacific Northwest artists and makers that might just be "Plus Ultra."

Fleur Couture: A Sneak Peek at 2020’s Northwest Flower...

I had the chance to go to a media preview of this year's Northwest Flower and Garden Festival. The gardens, as always were fabulous, there looks to be a promising lineup of speakers, but the real stars of the show were the "Fleurs de Villes."

Visiting the Sequim Lavender Festival: A (Tiny) bit of...

Sometimes referred to as "America's Provence," Sequim sits in the Olympic rain shadow, so it sees more days of sun that some other parts of western Washington State -- and grows a LOT of lavender! Here's more about Sequim's Lavender Festival that takes place each July, tips for visiting, information about a few of the farms, and a link to an interative map of area lavender farms you might want to visit.