Arts & Crafts Festival

Kitsap Arts & Crafts Festival is the second longest-running festival in Washington State. Now in our 59th year, we are planning ahead for 2018. We’ll have artisan craft booths, local food vendors, and Juried and Student Art Shows. Walk on the ferry from Edmonds and you’ll be steps away from a good time. Free parking is available.

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Slug Hunt

The Slug Hunt is Back! Saturday, August 18, 2018. Visit the Slug Hunt page for more information and updates on Slug Hunting license availability! The event is co-sponsored by Kitsap Arts & Crafts and the Village Green Foundation.

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Kitsap Arts & Crafts provides college art scholarships to qualified local students from the proceeds of our annual festival and the generous donations from our community. Since 1975 there have been 195 scholarships given out, both new and renewable awards.

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“My love of art, creativity and communication is a passion and talent I have recently discovered I possess. I may not have a long history in the arts but it is something I plan to dedicate my heart and career to; communicating to an audience in any form of media that I can.”

— Danielle Fox, 2015-16 scholarship winner

Get Involved for 2018

Please join us for our next Kingston Festival meeting:

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 , 6pm at Village Green

2018 Kingston Festival: July 27-29


Thursday July 26, Opening Event and Silent Auction
Friday July 27, 10am – 6pm
Saturday July 28, 10am  – 6pm
Sunday July 29, 10am – 4pm

Learn about Volunteer Opportunities or download our Sponsorship Opportunities (PDF).

2018 Vendor Application (PDF) now available!

Kingston Festival

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TONIGHT At 6 PM The next meeting to discuss plans for the Kingston Arts Festival and the Slug Hunt is happening on Wednesday February 21st at 6 pm at the Village Green Community Center. Helpers wanted! bring a friend....Tonight.....

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Discover the lost Okinawan art of Bingata, a dyeing process that dates back to the 14th century!

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