There are so many different events happening on the Kitsap Peninsula during the months of November and December. Why not take an extra day or two off and make it a nice long weekend? It's a perfect time to spend some quality, one-on-one time with family and friends. Visit our lodging page for warm and comfy places for you or out of town guests to stay on the Kitsap Peninsula. According to research...there are lots of employees with lots of un-used vacation days just waiting to be use for a little R&R.
Celebrate the Holiday Season on the Kitsap Peninsula - Cities and towns around the Kitsap Peninsula region are glowing with bright colored lights, festive window displays, and lots of holiday cheer to share with visiting family and friends. Celebrate holiday concerts, tree lightings, lighted boat parades, cultural celebrations, holiday entertainment and lots of parties in breweries, bars and clubs from Kingston to Gig Harbor.
December 15 – January 9 - Bloedel Holiday Village
Discover the magic of Holiday Village at Bloedel, an imaginative tiny town that brings home big memories. Intricately designed, hand-made pint-size palaces, tree houses, and cabins ‘Wow!” the young and young-at-heart. Click here for details.
December 20 & 22 - Bloedel Solstice Walks - December 21 & 23 - Bloedel Silent Walks
Make the darkest days of the year a little brighter with a candle-lit walk through Bloedel Reserve. All walks begin at the Gatehouse and take place rain or shine. The only light will be from our candles. Click here for details.
Friday - December 21 - Admiral Theatre – The Polar Express Movie
One of the most highly visual movies you’ll ever see! Inspired by the beloved children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. A doubting young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole in a tale of self-discovery and belief in the possible. Click here for details.
Visit us at www.VisitKitsap.com/Calendar for more events through December and New Year Eve Celebrations.
Kingston Holiday Light Show - through December 31 - A not-to-be-missed holiday-season outing! Nearly 1 million lights that make up Kingston’s famous holiday light display surrounding the Port of Kingston building near the ferry terminal.