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Don't Miss These Weekend Events

Snow days are getting you down? No worries. These weekend events can help you beat the cabin fever. And if you don't see anything you like, more events are on our full calendar of events across the Pacific Northwest.

Truffles and pups

OREGON TRUFFLE FESTIVAL

February 15–17, Yamhill Valley Wine Country
Fans of native Oregon truffles have opportunities to hunt for truffles with trained truffle dogs; enjoy dishes made with truffles, along with wine pairings; and to purchase these delicacies. Remember to designate a driver.

image of seeing eye dog in training from the movie pick of the litter at the everett film festival

THE EVERETT FILM FESTIVAL

February 15–16, Everett
A Friday night reception kicks off a weekend of engaging films, documentaries and shorts. Since its creation in 1997, the festival has primarily showcased works that were directed, written or produced by women or feature strong female leads. Everett Performing Arts Center.

a closeup of a woman hand quilting at the kitsap quilters annual quilt show

KITSAP QUILTERS ANNUAL QUILT SHOW

February 15–16, Bremerton
The theme for the group’s 33rd annual show is Stitches of Love, featuring more than 200 quilts, plus a members boutique, silent auction, demos and more, at Kitsap County Fairgrounds.

antiques at the renewed antique show in ocean shores washington

RENEWED ANTIQUE SHOW

February 16–17, Ocean Shores
More than 60 vendors come together at the Convention Center to bring you a variety of interesting antique finds. Ocean Shores Convention Center.

a snowy owl seen at the seabreeze walking festival in ocean shores washington

SEABREEZE WALKING FESTIVAL

February 16–18, Ocean Shores
On your marks! Get set! Stroll! This walking event, hosted by Capitol Volkssport Club, features six American Volkssport Association–sanctioned walks and a bike route.

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