may, 2022

This is a repeating event

18mayAll DayRhody Week - A flowering festival of community and funParticipate in trike races, bed races, hair & beard contest, grand parade, community dinner, and golf tournament celebrating Washington's flower, the rhododendron!(All Day: wednesday) Port Townsend Event Organized By: Rhododendron Festival Association Opportunities for:Student volunteers (community service hours),Local businesses and sponsors,Individual volunteers,Performers / Artists,Team participation,Volunteer groups

What to Expect

Rhody Week Schedule of Events

May 18th – Trike Races
     Ages 1–6 years—2–wheel bikes also allowed (with training wheels only) but must be 12” bikes or less!
     Check–in & Assembly in front of City Hall on Water Street
     Registration begins 5:00 pm—DON’T BE LATE!
     Races begin at 6:00 pm – on Water St. from Madison to Monroe

May 19th – Pet Parade
     Check–in & Assembly at Van Buren & Lawrence Streets
     Registration begins 3:30 pm
     No judging—everyone’s a winner!
     Parade begins–4:30 pm: on Lawrence St. from Harrison to Quincy

May 20th – Kiddies Parade and Bed Races/Hair & Beard Contest
     Kiddies Parade
          Check–in & Assembly at Rec Center, Lawrence & Tyler
          Registration begins 2:00 pm
          No judging—everyone’s a winner!
          Parade begins–3:30 pm: 
Lawrence St. from appx. Quincy to Jackson.  Left on Jackson to Chetzemoka Park.
          Registration at 5:15 pm & Judging 5:30 pm – Water St. at Legion
          Check-in & Assembly at Water & Monroe Streets
          Registration 5:30 pm & Judging 6:00 pm
          Races begin at 6:30 pm: on Water St. from Monroe to Madison
May 21st – Rhody Grand Parade
     8:00 am – 12 pm: Grand Parade registration at Visitor Center on Sims Way — Assembly uptown, per entry info
     8 am – Jim Caldwell Memorial Rhody Open – PT Golf Course
     12:30pm – Sunrise Rotary ‘Running of the Balls’, Monroe Street
     GRAND PARADE – Parade begins at 1 pm: Uptown to Downtown
     3 – 7 pm – Rhody Run Registration – Arts Bldg., JeffCo Fairgrounds
     4 – 7 pm – Spaghetti Feed at the Elks Lodge

MAY 22nd
     9 am – Jim Caldwell Memorial Rhody Open – PT Golf Course
     9 am – Rhody Run Begins – JeffCo Fairgrounds
10 am – 1pm – Sather Park open to public to view newly planted Pacific Rhododendrons


Port Townsend

Port Townsend, WA

Terms & Conditions

1. This website provides both free and premium services.

2. The Publisher reserves the right to delete any user account or user content for any reason at any time at his or her sole discretion, and to control all calendar content the same. 

3. Premium (paid) services on this website include a free trial period and a full satisfaction guarantee.


Meeting Address
World Trade Center Seattle
2200 Alaskan Way (4th floor)
Seattle, WA 98121

Mailing Address
Seattle Networking Guide
1420 NW Gilman Blvd
Suite 2-2748
Issaquah, WA  98027

Write for iLoveSeattle

Earn extra money from home on your own schedule!  

Our writers recognize a worthwhile community event, auction, concert, or networking opportunity when they see one. They enter these events into the calendar expeditiously with succinct descriptions, great grammar, relentless attention to detail, compelling copy, correct categorization, and few errors.  


We use UpWork to pay our writers.  Perks include same day payment, invitations to local events and activities, frequent tokens of appreciation, access to community leaders, enjoyable writing and research, and glowing LinkedIn recommendations we will write for you. 

We make editorial positions available to our writers after they demonstrate strong commitment and acumen for making our community calendar the best in Seattle. 

Interested?  Please contact us with your hourly rate and UpWork  link.  

Why does Seattle need this directory?


Covid has ruined the travel plans of so many people.  Maybe you are one of them.  Family trips, honeymoons, first time overseas trips postponed and cancelled.  Please explore this directory to create your own Round-the-World experience without traveling far from Seattle.  


Believe it or not, in 2022, New York City passed a law granting non-US citizens the right to vote in certain local and municipal elections.  Will Seattle follow NYC?  Time will tell.  If that comes to be, then this directory should be indispensable.  Let us know what you think.

Activate New Public Directory

Is Seattle missing a comprehensive directory for a cause or community that your business cares about?  We know a thing or two about directories.  Let’s talk!  Contact us below.

Trust Ticket Tomato to Sell

Ticket Tomato is a Pacific Northwest company.  More and more local event organizers trust Ticket Tomato as their partner to grow and manage ticket revenue responsibly and effectively in a post-covid world.