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    Elwha River Casino

    631 Stratton Road
    Port Angeles, WA 98363
    Phone: 360-452-3005
    Email: rena.barkley@elhwarivercasino.com
    Website: http://www.elwharivercasino.com
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    The Elwha River Casino is a Class 2 casino, featuring River’s Edge Deli, a barista bar and the “Hottest Slots in Town!”  Located in Port Angeles.

    Makah Museum

    1880 Bay View Avenue
    PO Box 160
    Neah Bay, WA 98357
    Phone: (360) 645-2711
    Email: makahmuseum@centurytel.net
    Website: http://www.makah.com
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    World-Class museum highlighting 10,000 years of the culture of the Makah people on the Olympic Peninsula

    7 Cedars Casino

    270756 Highway 101
    Sequim, WA 98382
    Phone: 360-683-7777
    Email: info@7cedarsresort.com
    Website: http://www.7cedarsresort.com
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    Entertainment, Events, Music, Nightlife, Concerts, Dining, Restaurants, Lounge, Gaming, Blackjack, Roulete, Slots, Promotions; Shuttle Service.  Located in Sequim.

    Forever Twilight in Forks Collection

    Rainforest Arts Center Alcove, 11 N. Forks Avenue
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-374-2531
    Email: director@forkswa.com
    Website: https://forkswa.com/ftfcollection/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/forevertwilightinForks

    At the Forever Twilight in Forks Collection, view screen-worn costumes and actual props used by your favorite saga actors.  This collection features a blend of book, movie and unique Forks-centric pieces, including authentic movie props and costumes, Twilight Saga novels from all over the world, an art piece made of Twilight Saga books, a backdrop for photo ops and other [Read more…]

    Creekside Massage

    260 Tyee Ridge Road
    Beaver, WA 98305
    Phone: 360-327-3824 or 360-640-4315
    Email: vicandjulie@centurytel.net
    Website: http://www.creeksidemassagestudio.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Creekside-Massage/287593251363973?sk=timeline

    Therapeutic Massage offered at a private and tranquil studio. Call for an appointment today to receive your massage! Gift Certificates are available!

    Forks Branch, North Olympic Library System

    171 South Forks Ave.
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-374-6402
    Email: forks@nols.org
    Website: http://www.nols.org
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    The Forks branch of the North Olympic Library System provides area residents with a large collection of educational materials.

    Sunset Lanes

    261 East E. Street
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-374-5323
    Email: wademccoy@centurylink.net

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    Bowling lanes available everyday; 2 pool tables & video games; Snack bar features over 25 items including 1/3 pound Bacon Cheese Burger Deluxe, Chicken Hoagie, a dozen kinds of beer and much more. Hours: Closed Sundays Open for lunch Mon-Fri  11:40-12:40 Hours 3:00pm (ish)-10:00pm (ish).

    Forks Timber Museum

    1421 South Forks Ave.
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-374-9663
    Email: info@forkstimbermuseum.org
    Website: http://forkstimbermuseum.org/
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    If you ever wanted to learn anything about logging in the past and their tools of the trade, the Forks Timber Museum is the place to explore. The museum displays exhibits depicting local history dating back to the 1870’s.  Located next to the Visitor Information Center.

    John’s Beachcombing Museum

    143 Andersonville Avenue
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-640-0320
    Email: dabeach@centurylink.net

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Johns-Beachcombing-Museum/1426213374275145

    See the treasures the ocean brings to our shores! Museum Hours: June – August 10am – 5pm All other times by appointment only ‘Treasure’ from around the world!  Since 1976 the beachcombing museum has built up its exhibits until today where tons of items have been collected off of beaches both local and distant and [Read more…]