Nancy Knode, acupuncturist and owner at Harbor Healing Center in Kingston WA expands to include Continue reading Nancy Knode, Acupuncturist at Harbor Healing Center In Kingston Expands
Yes it’s raining, raining, raining and a North Kitsap resident’s fancy turns to COFFEE! Continue reading It’s Raining, Let’s Have A Coffee In Kingston!
Johnny Walker dba Almost Candid Photo & Frame opened his new gallery and frame shop in October in the shopping center located at 10978 State Hwy 104, Kingston WA. Johnny has been following and taking photos of our hometown sports leagues for some time and we welcome his energy into our community with his new endeavor. This article from the North Kitsap Herald gives some history of the newest additon to our to little town. Continue reading Almost Candid Photo And Frame, Kingston WA
The Kitsap County Parks around Kingston are in need of volunteers to help with maintenance as funding is low for those type of projects. A little help from everyone can go a long way and most likely we have all enjoyed one or more of them.
One of my favorite places in Kingston is Kola Kola Park. It is an active park because the old school houses the Kingston Coop Preschool, and nothing gives life to a place like young children! Continue reading Kitsap County Parks Need Help With Maintainence – Can You Do A Little?
January’s snow storm provided a wonderful sledding hill on the road going to the Jefferson Beach Fishing Pier near Kingston Wa. The sledders were flying down as soon as the road became packed enough for the sleds. Since the road curves and is a good distance from start to finish it was an exhilarating experience for sledders of all ages including moms, dads, kids, and even grandpas. Approximately 6 inches of snow was received in a day long burst of winter weather making a winter wonder land for everyone to enjoy. People seemed to be out all day taking walks, sledding, visiting neighbors, and sharing food. Chili, fresh baked corn bread and hot chocolate were enjoyed in our neighborhood, especially by the youngsters who worked up enormous appetites dragging their sleds up the hills. Our local children slept especially well that night.