This was a week like no other for our town! The Quilcene community gathered at Worthington Park this week to celebrate the fall spirit in an unprecedented display of creative spirit and fun. This year’s third annual Scarecrow Contest provided a much needed morale boost for friends and neighbors alike as they assembled twice the number of scarecrow entries from years past. The 18 entries came from all parts of Quilcene and sported a colorful range of costumes and characters.
Due to recent events, we have cancelled this year’s Easter Egg Hunt. Thank you for your patience and support. Join us in Worthington Park for the 2nd Annual Quilcene Fire & Rescue Egg Hunt! This free community event is from 10 a.m. to noon – arrive early for Pony Cart Rides and the […]
Guests enjoying the 2019 Holiday Gala Our fourth annual Welcome to the Holidays gala was a great success! We are delighted to have had the opportunity to present our progress on interior decorations of the Worthington Mansion this month. Festivities included a silent auction featuring donations of original works by local artists, proceeds supporting the […]
Our Halloween Harvest Festival, a team effort of Worthington Park and the Quilcene School and PTK, was once more a complete success! Over two hundred students, teachers, and families attended the second annual event – significantly more than last year. Worthington Park hosted the first part of the event with a student theatrical performance, the […]
Join us on Wednesday, October 23rd for this year’s Halloween Harvest Festival. Our collaboration with the Quilcene School District will include live performance by the QHS Drama class which will begin at Worthington Park and end at the school, followed by an open house and dinner at the school, open to the community and free […]
We had a great time at the Oyster Races this year, and some fantastic photographs to share with you. 203 runners registered, and 170 ran, making our second-largest registration numbers in the seven year operation of the Oyster Races. Meanwhile, over 200 visitors toured the Worthington House. Thanks to The Leader for publishing some of […]