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Sidney Art Gallery, Sidney Museum and the Log Cabin Museum:
Operated by the Sidney Museum and Arts Association. The Log Cabin Musuem built in 1914  currently houses changing exhibits of home life in the South Kitsap area during the past 100 years.  The Art Gallery housed in the town's original Masonic Hall, is a block up the hill from downtown Port Orchard and the marina. The Sidney Gallery is a terrific place to find artistic treasures by renowned and emerging artists.  The upstairs Sidney Museum features vignettes of early South Kitsap life


Northwest Metal Art Gallery, Neon Art Gallery and Northwest Glass Works: 
Housed in the "Anything Neon" building, this funky, tucked away, vintage museum and gallery just outside of downtown Port Orchardis something you won't
want to miss.

Live Theater:
Local talent shines in dramas, musicals, and comedy productions presented throughout the year by the Western Washington Center for the Arts and the recently begun Port Orchard Community Theatre.  South Kitsap High School is also respected known for its excellent drama program, which offers three productions each year in the Win Granlund Performing Arts Center.


Festivals & Tourist Activities

Fathoms O' Fun Festival:
One of the oldest festivals in the state runs the last week of June through the 4th of July.

Seagull Calling Festival:
The internationally known Seagull Calling Festival, coordinated by the Port Orchard Chamber, takes place the first Saturday in May.

The Cruz:
The second Sunday in August provides a full day- and something for everyone with The Cruz custom car show, and Festival by the Bay.

The Festival of Lights & Chimes:
Takes place in early December, and includes a pet walk, tree lighting ceremony, lots of vendors, warm treats, and the entire town being decorated!

Farmers' Market:
Every Saturday from April 5th to mid-October, the Farmers' Market is open, and full of local produce and products! Help your neighbors; shop local!

The Chris Craft Rendezvous:
July 10th-14th, this massive rendezvous of local boaters draws hundreds of people to our tiny port.

Concerts by the Bay:
Free public concerts begin on June 5th, and continue every Thursday night through summer.