Tickets are available at the gate on all four days of the event. Adult admission is only $15 per adult for the entire weekend. Seniors and Active Duty Military receive a discounted price of $10, Teens are $5, and Children 3-11 are $2. Kids 2 and under are free.

Early-bird discounts are available for tickets purchased in advance of the festival.

If you are unable to attend the festival but would like to make a tax-deductible donation in support of our educational efforts through the George Washington Society, we welcome your participation.

 
 
 
 
 

THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE REFLECTS THE 2019 FESTIVAL. THE 2021 SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED NEXT YEAR.

Thursday August 6th

9:30

Event opens with…

Colonial Village & Children's Village

9:45–10:00

Columbia Fife & Drum Corp

10:00–10:20

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson by Tom Saffold

SAR: Day in the Life of Colonial America by Doug Nelson

10:30–10:50

Festival Commons: Social Graces with Wylin & Lucy

SAR: 16 Year Old Continental Soldier by Fred Gilbert

11:00–11:20

Battlefield: Battle of Lexington
Intro with Sons of Liberty Cap McGary, Narrator Jeff Dacus

 

11:30–11:50

Snack Shop: Enjoy a ‘Cup of George’ house roasted Coffee
Founders Tent: Battle Follow up with Jeff Dacus

DAR: Tea, why it was Revolutionary in the Colonies by Pam Gassman

12:00–12:20

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: The History of the American Flag by Art Dolan
 

12:30–12:50

Festival Commons: Visit the Fiber Arts tent with Pam Gassman

Founders Tent: Women Patriots with Esther Reed & Eliza Pinckney

DAR: Courtship and Weddings by Robin Barnes

1:00–1:20

Festival Commons: Colonial Dance, Wylin Tjoelker

Founders Tent: Mercy Otis Warren by Pam Gassman

SAR: Spies and Messages for the Colonial Effort by Fred Gilbert
Battlefield: Colonial Cricket

 

1:30–1:50

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: The Pennsylvania Rifleman by Bob Smalser

Battlefield: Colonial Cricket
 

2:00–2:20

Festival Commons: Gift Shop ‘Martha’s Own’ products

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson, by Tom Saffold

SAR: 18th Century Firearms in Colonial America by Bob Smalser
 

2:30–2:50

Founders Tent: Founding Mothers with Esther, Eliza, Mercy
SAR: 14 Forgotten Presidents by Neil Vernon

3:00–3:20

Battlefield: Battle for Concord Bridge

Intro with Sons of Liberty, narrator: Jeff Dacus
 

3:30–3:50

Founders Tent: Battle follow up with Jeff Dacus
Battlefield: with Zeal and Bayonets Only, British by A. House-Higgins
DAR: Farming to Flounces - Clothing in the Colonies, Marissa Goldenman

4:00–4:25

Founders Tent: Featuring our Colonial Ladies
SAR: American’s Creed Neil Vernon

 

4:30–5:00

FINALE: March with the Columbia Fife and Drum Corp

Friday August 7th

9:30

Event opens with…

Colonial Village & Children's Village

9:45–10:00

Columbia Fife & Drum Corp

10:00–10:20

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson by Tom Saffold

SAR: History of the American Flag with Art Dolan

10:30–10:50

Festival Commons: Social Graces with Wylin & Lucy

SAR: 16 Year Old Continental Soldier by Fred Gilbert

11:00–11:20

Battlefield: Battle of Lexington
Intro with Sons of Liberty Cap McGary, Narrator Jeff Dacus

 

11:30–11:50

Snack Shop: Enjoy a ‘Cup of George’ house-roasted coffee
Founders Tent: Battle Follow up with Jeff Dacus

DAR: Benedict Arnold by Barbara Houtenbrink

12:00–12:20

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: Day in the Life of Colonial America with Doug Nelson
 

12:30–12:50

Festival Commons: Visit the Fiber Arts tent with Pam Gassman

Founders Tent: Women Patriots with Esther Reed & Eliza Pinckney

DAR: Spanish America and the American Revolution by Judi Hine

1:00–1:20

Festival Commons: Colonial Dance with Wylin Tjoelker

Founders Tent: Mercy Otis Warren by Pam Gassman

SAR: Spies and Messages for the Colonial Effort by Fred Gilbert
Battlefield: Colonial Cricket

 

1:30–1:50

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: The Pennsylvania Rifleman by Bob Smalser

Battlefield: Colonial Cricket
 

2:00–2:20

Festival Commons: Gift Shop ‘Martha’s Own’ products

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson, by Tom Saffold

SAR: 18th Century Firearms in Colonial America by Bob Smalser
 

2:30–2:50

Founders Tent: Founding Mothers with Esther, Eliza, Mercy
SAR: 14 Forgotten Presidents by Neil Vernon

3:00–3:20

Battlefield: Battle for Concord Bridge

Intro with Sons of Liberty, narrator: Jeff Dacus
 

3:30–3:50

Founders Tent: Battle follow up with Jeff Dacus
Battlefield: with Zeal and Bayonets Only, British by A. House-Higgins
DAR: Farming to Flounces - Clothing in the Colonies, Marissa Goldenman

4:00–4:25

Founders Tent: Featuring our Colonial Ladies
SAR: American’s Creed Neil Vernon

 

4:30–5:00

FINALE: March with the Columbia Fife and Drum Corp

Saturday August 8th

9:45–10:00

Columbia Fife & Drum Corp
 

10:00–10:20

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson by Tom Saffold

SAR: History of the American Flag with Art Dolan

10:30–10:50

Festival Commons: Social Graces with Wylin & Lucy

SAR: 16-Year Old Continental Soldier by Fred Gilbert

11:00–11:20

Battlefield: Battle of Lexington
Intro with Sons of Liberty Cap McGary, Narrator Jeff Dacus

 

11:30–11:55

Snack Shop: Enjoy a ‘Cup of George’ house roasted Coffee
Founders Tent: Battle Follow up with Jeff Dacus

DAR: Drinking Leaves: Foundation to a Revolution with Marissa Goldenman
 

12:00–12:20

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: Day in the Life of Colonial America with Doug Nelson
 

12:30–12:50

Festival Commons: Visit the Fiber Arts tent with Pam Gassman

Founders Tent: Women Patriots with Esther Reed & Eliza Pinckney

DAR: Mrs. Benedict Arnold by Mara Perry & General Washington

1:00–1:20

Festival Commons: Colonial Dance with Wylin Tjoelker

Founders Tent: Mercy Otis Warren by Pam Gassman

SAR: Spies and Messages for the Colonial Effort with Fred Gilbert
Battlefield: Colonial Cricket

 

1:30–1:50

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: The Pennsylvania Rifleman by Bob Smalser

Battlefield: Colonial Cricket
 

2:00–2:20

Festival Commons: Gift Shop ‘Martha’s Own’ products

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson by Tom Saffold

SAR: 18th Century Firearms in Colonial America with Bob Smalser
 

2:30–2:50

Founders Tent: Founding Mothers by Esther, Eliza, and Mercy
SAR: 14 Forgotten Presidents with Neil Vernon

3:00–3:20

Battlefield: Battle for Concord Bridge

Intro with Sons of Liberty, Narrator Jeff Dacus
 

3:30–3:50

Founders Tent: Battle follow up with Jeff Dacus
Battlefield: with Zeal and Bayonets Only, British by Andy House-Higgins
DAR: Colonial Medicine with Coral Hileman

 

4:00–4:25

Founders Tent: Featuring our Colonial Ladies
SAR: American’s Creed Neil Vernon

 

4:30–5:00

FINALE: March with the Columbia Fife and Drum Corp

Sunday August 9th

8:00–9:00

Founders Tent: Public Sunday Worship

9:30–3:30

Event opens with…

Colonial Village & Children's Village

 

9:45–10:00

Columbia Fife & Drum Corp

10:00–10:20

Founders Tent: Thomas Jefferson by Tom Saffold

SAR: History of the American Flag with Art Dolan

10:30–10:50

Festival Commons: Social Graces with Wylin & Lucy

SAR: 16-Year Old Continental Soldier by Fred Gilbert

11:00–11:20

Battlefield: Battle of Lexington
Intro with Sons of Liberty Cap McGary, Narrator Jeff Dacus

 

11:30–11:50

Founders Tent: Battle Follow up with Jeff Dacus

DAR: Revolutionary War Medicine with Peggy Goldenman

12:00–12:20

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: Day in the Life of Colonial America with Doug Nelson
 

12:30–12:50

Festival Commons: Visit the Fiber Arts tent with Pam Gassman

Founders Tent: Women Patriots by Esther Reed & Eliza Pinckney

DAR: Farming to Flounces: Colonial Clothing with Marissa Goldenman

1:00–1:20

Festival Commons: Colonial Dance with Wylin Tjoelker

Founders Tent: Mercy Otis Warren by Pam Gassman

SAR: Spies and Messages for the Colonial Effort with Fred Gilbert
Battlefield: Colonial Cricket

 

1:30–1:50

Founders Tent: George Washington by Vern Frykholm

SAR: The Pennsylvania Rifleman by Bob Smalser

Battlefield: Colonial Cricket
 

2:00–2:25

Battlefield: Battle for Concord Bridge

Intro with Sons of Liberty, Narrator Jeff Dacus
 

2:30–2:50

Founders Tent: Battle Follow up with Jeff Dacus

Battlefield: with Zeal and Bayonets Only, British by Andy House-Higgins

SAR: 18th Century Firearms in Colonial America with Bob Smalser
 

3:00

Closing March Columbia Fife and Drum Corp.

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George Washington Inn & Estate

939 Finn Hall Road

Port Angeles, WA 98362

Early-bird discounts are available for tickets purchased in advance of the festival.

Tax-deductible donations to the George Washington Society, a fully recognized 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization, are appreciated.

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