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On Friday, July 19 the Expo & Bite of Mason County will once again take to the street for a street fair along Railroad Avenue. The downtown location allows for even more local businesses and restaurants to share their services, show their wares, and present their menus to the public. As always, this event offers residents a chance to check out local services, retailers, and restaurants in a fun, casual atmosphere. Vendors entertain and interact by hosting games, offering giveaways…Find out more »
Fair Hours 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday Carnival Hours 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Wednesday thru Saturday 11 a.m. thru 8 p.m. on Sunday If admission tickets are purchased by credit card, the vendor will add a credit card usage fee to the admission price.Find out more »
July 10: EveryLeaf Band / Country Rock/sponsored by McDonald's July 17: WineHouse Band / Alternative Funk, Rock/ sponsored by Olympia Orthopaedic Associates July 24: Platinum Soul / Dance, Soul & R&B/ sponsored by Nicholson & Associates & Sound Credit Union July 31: The Roostertails / Rockabilly/Americana/ sponsored by McDonald's Aug 7: Tacoma Concert Band / Concert Band/ sponsored by Heritage Bank Aug 14: Flor De Luna /Latin Rock Band/ Meyer's House of Travel & South Sound Solar Aug 21: Ethan Tucker Band / Acoustic Roots/ sponsored by Evergreen State College Complimentary "Take out Delivery…Find out more »
Solar 101 is a workshop designed to help homeowners decide for themselves whether solar is right for them.
Kirk Haffner, owner of South Sound Solar, presents this free workshop. Topics covered include how solar works in Western Washington, how to evaluate your own site’s solar potential, solar incentives and tax credits currently available, and system costs and returns. If allowed by the host, a free site assessment is available for all attendees. ($95 value. Design charges may apply.)
To schedule a Solar 101 workshop for your neighborhood group or organization, please call us at (360) 352-7869.