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“Story Walk: Bridging Bremerton” . . . a day of festivities in Bremerton—hosted by Josh Farley of the Kitsap Sun

The Kitsap Beach Naturalists will be helping with the “Treasures in the Tidelands” part of the day’s events. For specifics of all of the day’s activities, please go to this blog announcement:

 An abridged version of the day’s schedule is listed below (from the “Bridging Bremerton” flyer and from the blog announcement):

“All walks will begin at Evergreen-Rotary Park; specifically, the World War I memorial next to the park's boat launch. All walks are free, just RSVP to or on Facebook and be prepared to walk about three miles!”

8 a.m. Healing the Salish Sea
      How nature can be nurtured to restore Puget Sound
(Note: Early risers can enjoy a 30-minute yoga class thanks to the Bremerton Family YMCA at 7:30 a.m.)

8 a.m. Run the loop with Kitsap Sun editor David Nelson

10:30 a.m. Wet Paint
      The art of the bridge loop, with live painting at Manette’s art wall
    (Note: Those who arrive early can enjoy a 30-minute yoga class thanks to the Bremerton Family YMCA at 10 a.m.)

10:30 a.m. Bike ride with Bremerton City Council members Kevin Gorman and Lori Wheat

1 p.m. Treasures in the Tidelands [* see additional information listed below]
       An adventure to one of Kitsap’s most abundant beaches

1 p.m. Scavenger Hunt
       Collect 12 clues to win a collector’s coin, good for admission about the USS Turner Joy

1-4 p.m. Block party at Seaside Church

4 p.m. [till?] Dark History Pub Crawl
       Feel, taste, and listen to the seediest times in Bremerton’s history at five Manette venues”

* regarding “Treasures in the Tidelands” —this notice from the 6 June 2019 WSU Extension newsletter
“We're excited to announce that Josh Farley from the Kitsap Sun has invited our Kitsap Beach Naturalists and partners to host a new ‘Treasures in the Tidelands’ exploration at their Bridging Bremerton event at 1 pm on Saturday June 22nd.
“Amy Linhart from WSU Extension, Jeff Adams from WA Sea Grant, Lauren Kemper from the SEA Discovery Center, and Rachael Easton from Harbor Wildwatch will also join the fun.
“The event officially beings at 1pm in Evergreen park in Bremerton. From there, Josh Farley will lead participants on a walk to Lions Park, where the intertidal exploration will begin.”