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  1. Feb
    12
    Business After Hours @ Olympic Natural Resources Center
    Wednesday: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

    “Business After Hours”

    hosted by

    Olympic Natural Resources Center

    1455 S. Forks Avenue

    Wednesday, February 12th

    5:30 – 7:30pm

    Come out and tour the Center, listen to a brief introduction about the conference center facilities and programs that they offer to the community.

    Business After Hours is a fun evening of socializing and networking with others in the business community. Bring your business card to exchange, learn what your business neighbors have to offer and let them know what your business is all about. Come out and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and spirits, pop, coffee, et cetera. Items served are at host’s discretion.

    “Business After Hours”

    is brought to you by

    Forks Chamber of Commerce

    and

    West End Business & Professional Association

  2. Feb
    15
    The Newlywed Game @ Forks Elks Lodge
    Saturday: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

    The Newlywed Game

    The Newlywed Game returns to the Forks Elks Lodge!

    A 3 course Prime Rib Dinner is followed by the Forks version of The Newlywed Game.

    Dinner starts at 6:30pm and the game at 8pm.

    Tickets are $20.00 per person.

    Please contact Dora at 360-640-8473 for reservations and ticket information.

  3. Feb
    27
    Thursday: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

    Ocean Salmon Season Meeting

    For 2014 Ocean Salmon Season Areas 3&4 North Coast

    When: February 27, 2014 at 7:00 pm

    Where: Pacific Pizza Meeting Room

     

    Agenda:

    2013 Season Review

    2014 season Proposals

    Halibut & Bottom fish Seasons constraints

    Research Programs

    More info at: Gary Grahn-(360)640-4820

    Gary@olympicanglers.com

    Categories: Fishing
  4. Mar
    1
    The Soul Ducks perform LIVE @ BBG Blakeslee's Bar & Grill
    Saturday: 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm

    The Soul Ducks

    The Soul Ducks

     Featuring:

    Pete Larsen, blues harmonica

    Johnny Rollston, guitar & vocals

    Phyllis Gale, keytar & vocals

    The Soul Ducks have been performing their eclectic mixture of Blues, Hoppin’ Rock-A-Billy and Classic R & B Motown tunes together for about 4 years. From toddlers to folks well into their 90′s, dancers have enjoyed the Soul Ducks at private and public venues from the Snorting Elk at Crystal Mountain Ski Area, Sequim’s Carrie Blake Park summer music in the park series, Clallam Bay, Beaver and several dance hot spots in Port Angeles. 

    Saturday will be their first performance in Forks. The Soul Ducks invite those 21 and older to come enjoy their lively toe tapping music, with or without dance shoes.

    No Cover

    The Soul Ducks

     

  5. Mar
    4
    Tuesday: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    "There Is Always Hope" Free Workshop

    There Is Always Hope!

    Free Workshop, Tuesday, March 4, 2014, 6:30 – 8:00 PM, Forks Community Hospital, Ambulance Conference Room, 530 Bogachiel Way, Forks.

    We’ve all experienced a sense of hopelessness.

    Gaining weight. Managing physical pain. Living with cancer. A relationship on the rocks.

    Your mind can make heaven out of hell and hell out of heaven. You lose sight of all the good in life and wrap yourself up in fear and anxiety.

    But there is hope.

    Certified Counselor and Medical Hypnotherapist Roger Moore will show you how to use a simple technique called mindfulness to soothe your fears and open the doors of hopefulness and peacefulness once again.

    Roger Moore has been assisting Forks residents with their health and wellness goals since 2008. Hypnotherapy is medically-approved for reducing weight, stopping smoking, reducing the side effects of cancer treatments, minimizing chronic pain, and decreasing feelings of depression, stress and anxiety.

    Contact:

    Roger Moore
    (206) 903-1232
    Roger@HypnosisHealthInfo.com
    www.HypnosisHealthInfo.com

  6. Mar
    7
    Supper Fund Raiser for Prince of Peace @ Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
    Friday: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

     

    Spaghetti Supper

    There will be a community spaghetti supper at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 250 N Blackberry Ave, on March 7th, beginning at 6pm to 8pm.  The money raised will go toward a new roof fund. For more information, call Pastor Pam at 374-6343.

    Categories:
    Charity
    Community
  7. Mar
    7
    “Hatchery AND Wild” Movie Showing @ Forks High School Commons
    Friday: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    Hatchery AND Wild

    From the website www.hatcheryandwild.com

    “Watch the movie! Sign the Petition!

    Sport, Tribal, and Commercial fishermen don’t always agree and are often times at odds with each other, but we agree that hatchery and wild salmon are very important to our way of life. Check out the new video “Hatchery AND Wild” to hear stories that showcase the cultural, ecological, economic, and social importance of Pacific Northwest fish, both hatchery and wild.  You will never view hatcheries the same way again! Get involved and make a difference by signing the petition today.”

  8. Mar
    14
    Friday: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

    Chasing the Iceworm in Tibet

    Friday, March 14, 2014 – 6:30 PM

    Olympic Natural Resources Center

    1455 S. Forks Avenue, Forks

    Presenter: Mike Tetreau

    Mike Tetreau has a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Wildland Recreation Management from Washington State University and worked as a natural resource manager for Kenai Fjords National Park in south central Alaska from 1987 to 2006. He now resides in Forks and works part-time as a biological technician for the Olympic National Park.

    Tetreau became fascinated with ice worms after his first encounter with them in the early 1990′s around Seward, Alaska. As luck would have it, he soon crossed paths with Dr. Dan Shain from Rutgers University who was also interested in ice worms. Since then, Tetreau and Shain have searched for the ice worm throughout the Pacific Northwest and, most recently, in the Himalaya Mountains of eastern Tibet.

    The ice worm, Mesenchytraeus solifugus, is a small annelid that lives only on warm, temperate glaciers or permanent snowfields along the Pacific Northwest coast. They are the largest metazoans known to complete their life cycle exclusively in glacier ice. How they are able to live their entire life at or below the freezing point is just one of their unique attributes. Their biology, genetic history and somewhat mythical status make them an intriguing subject for study and discussion.

    Evening Talks at ONRC is funded the Rosmond Forestry Education Fund, an endowment that honors the contributions of Fred Rosmond and his family to forestry and the Forks community.

    Everyone is welcome. Topic is appropriate for learners of all ages.

     

  9. Mar
    15
    Saturday: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

    Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction

    This two day event is a fundraiser for Forks High School students featuring a live auction of hundreds of items.  Items like cookies, pies, hand-made items from OCC, firewood, hunting trips, gift baskets, gift certificates and many more items.   This is one of Forks’ most loved events!

    This scholarship auction has been a tradition for the last 40+ years and has raised over a million dollars.

    Auction items can be viewed at www.searchforks.com/qvsa

    If you would like to bid on an item, call number provided on the website.

    Monetary donations can be mailed to QVSA, PO Box 976, Forks, WA 98331

     

  10. Mar
    16
    Sunday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

    Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction

    This two day event is a fundraiser for Forks High School students featuring a live auction of hundreds of items. Items like cookies, pies, hand-made items from OCC, firewood, hunting trips, gift baskets, gift certificates and many more items. This is one of Forks’ most loved events!

    This scholarship auction has been a tradition for the last 40+ years and has raised over a million dollars.

    Auction items can be viewed at www.searchforks.com/qvsa

    If you would like to bid on an item, call number provided on the website.

    Monetary donations can be mailed to QVSA, PO Box 976, Forks, WA 98331

     

  11. Mar
    19
    Wednesday: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

    “Business After Hours”

    hosted by

    Forks Forum

    490 S. Forks Avenue

    Wednesday, March 19th

    5:00 – 6:30pm

    Come out and meet the new editor, Christi Baron and tour the new Forum office.

    Business After Hours is a fun evening of socializing and networking with others in the business community. Bring your business card to exchange, learn what your business neighbors have to offer and let them know what your business is all about. Come out and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and spirits, pop, coffee, et cetera. Items served are at host’s discretion.

    “Business After Hours”

    is brought to you by

    Forks Chamber of Commerce

    and

    West End Business & Professional Association

  12. Mar
    21
    Friday: Mar 21 (all day)

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Location: Forks High School Gym

    For more information, please contact Larry Scroggins

    360-374-7532 or  360-640-0100

    chitown.24@Hotmail.com

    Categories:
    Charity
    Sports
  13. Mar
    22
    Saturday: Mar 22 (all day)

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Location: Forks High School Gym

    For more information, please contact Larry Scroggins

    360-374-7532 or  360-640-0100

    chitown.24@Hotmail.com

    Categories:
    Charity
    Sports
  14. Mar
    23
    Sunday: Mar 23 (all day)

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Nate Crippen Memorial Basketball Tournament

    Location: Forks High School Gym

    For more information, please contact Larry Scroggins

    360-374-7532 or  360-640-0100

    chitown.24@Hotmail.com

    Categories:
    Charity
    Sports
  15. Apr
    4
    Friday: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

    Taking the Pulse of Washington’s Wetlands:  How Will They Respond to a Changing Climate?

    Speaker: Meghan Halabisky

    Time: 6:30 PM

    Date: Friday, April 4, 2014

    Bring: Favorite snack to share with others

    Location: Olympic Natural Resources Center, 1455 S Forks Avenue, Forks

    The Olympic Natural Resources Center invites you to its monthly Evening Talks at ONRC. This month’s program features Meghan Halabisky and her research on wetlands.

    Wetlands provide society with a wide range of ecosystem services. This includes: groundwater recharge, critical habitat for plants, fish and wildlife, erosion control, water pollution mitigation, food and recreational bases for people, and healthy water cycles and lake levels. Without adequate baseline data we do not understand how changes to temperature and precipitation, such as those predicted for the coming century, will impact the hydrology, structure and function of wetlands.

    Meghan is a doctoral student in the Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Lab (RSGAL) at the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. 

    At her Evening Talk presentation, Halabisky will introduce the research tools she uses and present preliminary results for the Pacific Northwest showing historical changes to wetlands and predicted future responses of wetland hydrology to a changing climate.

    Evening Talks at ONRC is funded by the Rosmond Forestry Education Fund, an endowment that honors the contributions of Fred Rosmond and his family to forestry and the Forks community. 

     

     

  16. Apr
    10
    Business After Hours @ Quileute Oceanside Resort
    Thursday: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    “Business After Hours”

    hosted by

    Quileute Oceanside Resort Clubhouse

    320 Ocean Drive, LaPush

    Thursday, April 10th

    6-8pm

    Come tour the clubhouse, cabins and motel and meet the wonderful staff of the Quileute Oceanside Resort!

    Tours begin at the Clubhouse located on the south end of the property (enter at the Lonesome Creek Store driveway and proceed to clubhouse).  Visit a luxury cabin, a standard cabin and motel rooms (both floors).  After a quick stop at the Lobby, you will return back to the Clubhouse.  Staff will be running tours about every 15 minutes depending on demands, approximately 6 to 10 people per group. 

    There will be a drawing, must not be present to win, but must have attended the event.

    Tours to the local residents of La push start at 4 pm.

    Business After Hours is a fun evening of socializing and networking with others in the business community. Bring your business card to exchange, learn what your business neighbors have to offer and let them know what your business is all about. Come out and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and pop, coffee, et cetera. Items served are at host’s discretion.

     “Business After Hours”

    is brought to you by

    Forks Chamber of Commerce

    and

    West End Business & Professional Association

  17. Apr
    11
    Friday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

    7th Annual Welcoming the Whales Ceremony

    7th Annual Welcoming the Whales Ceremony

    10:00am First Beach, La Push, Washington

    1:00pm Meal, Singing and Storytelling at Akalat Center

    All are welcome

  18. Apr
    12
    Saturday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Spruce Up Forks

    “Spruce Up Forks!”  

    Event: April 12, 2014 9am-12pm

    Let’s “Spruce Up Forks” on April 12th.  This is a community-wide effort to clean up problem areas in and around the city of Forks.  Local clubs, businesses and citizens will be donning their orange vests to pitch in and give Forks some love, by picking up litter, window washing, doing some much needed landscaping and more.  We will meet at First Federal at 9am for a safety talk, donuts, assignments, vests and supplies. We will even have a drawing for volunteers at the end of the cleanup for two dinners for two at Creekside Restaurant at Kalaloch Lodge.  After the cleanup there will be signs posted to remind people that the area was cleaned by volunteers. 

    The Forks Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the Revitalization Committee, West End Business & Professional Association, Forks Police and Cadets, Bogachiel Garden Club, Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition, Forks Avenue Real Estate, the Christian Men’s Group, Soroptimist International of the Olympic Rain Forest, Forks Lions Club and the Clallam County Chain Gang for their involvement in this endeavor.  We appreciate First Federal, Forks Broadcasting, Forks Forum, Forks Outfitters, Forks True Value, 110 Business Park and Kalaloch Lodge for providing what we needed to make this happen.

    If you would like to join in the effort, either individually or with a team, or would like to make a monetary donation please contact the Chamber or JUST SHOW UP.  All are welcome to attend and we thank you for helping us to “Spruce Up Forks!”

  19. Apr
    12
    Community Shred Event @ First Federal - Forks Branch
    Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Community Shred Event

    Community Shred Event

     

    Categories:
    Community
  20. Apr
    12
    Prime Rib Dinner @ Forks Elks Lodge
    Saturday: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

    Prime Rib Dinner

    Prime Rib Dinner

    Saturday April 12th

    Sponsored by Forks Emblem Club #488

     

    Categories:
    Charity
    Community
  21. Apr
    13
    He Arose, An Easter Cantata @ Forks Baptist Church
    Sunday: 10:45 am – 10:45 am

    An Easter Cantata, entitled HE AROSE, will be offered by singers from the Forks Baptist and Assembly of God churches this Easter Season.

    The musical program, Directed by Eldon Officer will be presented at the Forks Baptist church on Sunday, April 13, at 10:45 am, and at the Forks Assembly on Sunday, April 20, at 11:00am. The work includes traditional Easter Hymns and new compositions. Nearly 20 singers from the two churches will present the musical which celebrates Christ’s resurrection, and our redemption.

    Everyone is welcome.

     

  22. Apr
    16
    Wednesday: Apr 16 (all day)

    RainFest Page 1

    Schedule of Events

    RainFest Schedule

    Celebrating the arts and environment in the heart of the rainforest.

  23. Apr
    17
    Thursday: Apr 17 (all day)

    RainFest Page 1

    Schedule of Events

    RainFest Schedule

    Celebrating the arts and environment in the heart of the rainforest.

  24. Apr
    18
    Friday: Apr 18 (all day)

    RainFest Page 1

    Schedule of Events

    RainFest Schedule

    Celebrating the arts and environment in the heart of the rainforest.

  25. Apr
    19
    Saturday: Apr 19 (all day)

    RainFest Page 1

    Schedule of Events

    RainFest Schedule

    Celebrating the arts and environment in the heart of the rainforest.

  26. Apr
    19
    Saturday: Apr 19 (all day)

    Washington CoastSavers

    Washington Coast Cleanup

    April 19, 2014

    Calling all volunteers! Online registration is now open for this year’s Washington Coast Cleanup, to be held on April 19th. Help save your favorite beach from the harm of marine debris and enjoy a day of fun and great exercise on Washington’s beautiful beaches from Cape Disappointment to Cape Flattery and up the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

    Sign up today at CoastSavers.org!

     

  27. Apr
    19
    Saturday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

    RainFest Bazaar

    The Emblem Club 488

    RainFest Bazaar/Flea Market/Garage Sale

    Saturday, April 19, 2014

    Elks Lodge/Merchant Rd.

    10:00 am to 3:00 pm

    Join us for lunch and lots of shopping.

    A few tables are still available.  Call Diane Gooding for more information.

    360-374-2230

  28. Apr
    19
    Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

    RainFest River & Ocean Days – Umbrella Workshop and Book Giveaway

    Umbrellas provided for the kids to decorate before the Umbrella Parade.

    Categories:
    Community
  29. Apr
    19
    Saturday: 12:00 pm – 1:05 pm

    The Umbrella Parade will start at Peninsula College and continue to the corner of Forks Avenue and Division Street where there will be a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Rainforest Arts Center.  The kids will be able to participate in the ceremony and afterwards, continue to Tillicum Park where they can hunt for Easter eggs!

    Parade  Noon – 12:10

    Groundbreaking Ceremony 12:10 – 12:40

    Easter Egg Hunt 1:00 – 1:05

    Categories:
    Community
  30. Apr
    19
    2014 Annual Easter Egg Hunt @ Tillicum Park Baseball Fields
    Saturday: 1:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    easter egg hunt

    2014 Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt

    At Tillicum Park Baseball Fields

    Saturday, April 19th

    1:00 PM

    All children eligible to win a bike, chocolate rabbits and stuffed animals.

    Children will be separated into 3 age groups:

    3 and under

    4 – 8 year olds

    and 9 – 12 year olds

    Sponsored by Forks Elks Lodge