East Jefferson County
United States of America

     Port Hadlock is a small, vibrant village on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. The Hadlock Block Party is a celebration of the town's long and storied history, beginning with its founding in the 1870's with one of the biggest lumber mills in Washington. The Block Party parade kicks off the event, which is highlighted by music, a kids play area, vendors and events throughout the afternoon and evening. It is a family friendly event that anchors summer events in the area.  

     The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County is honored to coordinate the 2019 Hadlock Block Party Parade in Port Hadlock WA on Saturday, August 3rd, 2019. The parade will begin at noon, sharp. Registration details coming soon! Vehicles will check in and line up at the baseball fields off Elkins road near the Sheriff's Department, and walking units will check in and gather along Church road.

     Parade marshalls will direct participants out onto Chimacum road and alternate vehicles and groups on foot at Church road. The parade will move north along Chimacum Road into Port Hadlock, then turn left on Ness Corner road (Washington State Highway 116), proceed west through town, then turn onto Christney road and end.  

     The reviewing stand will be at the corner of Chimacum Road and Ness Corner Road, in the parking lot of the Valley Tavern. 

     The parade is always a great start to a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon and evening. Come on out and enjoy a real slice of small town life on Washington's spectacular Olympic Peninsula!  




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