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Land Acknowledgement

The area that we know as Port Townsend is the ancestral territory of the S’Klallam People, the Strong People. The name of the S’Klallam village at Port Townsend was called qatáy (kuh-tai). We acknowledge and respect the land and surrounding waters that once belonged to the S’Klallam People.

MLK DAY SOCIALLY DISTANCED BEACH CLEAN-UP

Port Townsend Marine Science Center and friends invite you to a Beach Clean-Up on Monday January 18th, 2021 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We'll be collecting at Fort Worden from 10AM - 3PM but you can join in whenever suits your schedule! You can meet us at Fort Worden State Park in the Museum building portico to pick up supplies and drop off debris, or clean up another local beach! For more information and to RSVP please use this link: bit.ly/PTMSC-MLKDay2021

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