What: Promoters bill this event as the "Woodstock of wooden boats." Visitors get to tour wooden boats and learn how to build them. The event includes a chance to view 300 wooden boats, a rowing race and an opportunity to sail on historic boats. The Port Townsend-based Schooner Adventuress, built in 1913 will be on hand.
When: 9 a.m.-7 p.m., today and Saturday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday
Where: Point Hudson, Port Townsend
History: This is the festival’s 31st year.
Getting there: From U.S. 101, take state Route 20 into Port Townsend. Use the park-and-ride at the Safeway on your left as you enter town. Organizers say these shuttles are the best way to get to the event.
Cost: Tickets range from $25 to $55 for the three-day event.
Of note: Tickets can be ordered online at www.woodenboat.org . There will be after-hours dancing and live music until midnight today and Saturday.
Information: www.woodenboat . org