Fall is beginning to settle in, and with it comes some wet weather this weekend. We’ve still got some ideas to get you out and about, including plenty of indoor options. Read on.
Now that back-to-school shopping is out of the way, moms might want to spend some money on themselves at the third annual MOPs Marketplace small business fair. The event, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at Peninsula Bible Fellowship in Bremerton, is a fundraiser to help with childcare costs for the local Mothers of Preschoolers group.
More than 25 vendors will be selling home decor goods — including candles, soaps and essential oils. RSVP at www.facebook.com/events/177289629661336.
If you want to venture outdoors, this will be one of the few remaining weekends to enjoy local produce and handmade goods from some neighborhood farmers’ markets. On Saturday, you can stop by the Bainbridge Island market in the town square, the Belfair market in front of Belfair Elementary, the Kingston market at the marina park, the Port Orchard market on the waterfront and the Poulsbo market at Gateway Fellowship. Local market details can be found at http://kitsapag.org/farmers-markets/.
There’s also the option to celebrate cannabis culture in Manette on Saturday. The third annual Baked in Manette block party is taking place at three locations: Budeez Bremerton, Elixir Fixer and the Manette Saloon. You’ll be able to shop for gifts and treats and get a behind-the-scenes look at cannabis processing with producers and processors. The event is for those 21