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Featured Articles from the West Sound. These are the highlighted articles from the WestSound Home & Garden Magazine.

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Daffodils

Enjoy the Early Spring Color Splash

The forsythia blooming is traditionally the start of spring activities in the garden. Rosarians use that as a clue to begin pruning roses. This year, the forsythia in my garden bloomed a full four weeks ahead of previous years due to the record … read more

Roxy Theater

Now and Then — Roxy Theater

First-run movies and folks who once lined up around the block to get in at the Roxy Theater have long been faded memories. The double-sided, age-worn, empty marquise, the towering vertical sign with missing letters and the huge, old “ROXY” sign — which … read more

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Kites over Kingston

Kites Over Kingston a Colorful, Fun Event

Kites over Kingston is a colorful, lighthearted celebration of spring where participants can either bring and fly their own kites or simply watch the sky fill with spiraling color. Come to the Mike Wallace Park on Saturday, March 28, from 11 a.m. to … read more

Woodbrook Native Plant Nursery

Delighting in the Indigenous — Woodbrook Native Plant Nursery

“Gardening makes you feel good,” says Ingrid Wachtler, owner of Woodbrook Native Plant Nursery. She believes that gardening is a wholesome and beneficial pursuit that keeps one young. After two decades of growing and selling plants in Gig Harbor, Wachtler still gets excited … read more

Get The Dirt

Get The Dirt — On Home Gardening

Gardening Chores • Heronswood Fun • Slugs

Gardening Chores Chores is often such an unpalatable word. It seems it’s something people love to put off if they can. But for gardeners, doing chores outdoors is often delightful because it means well-spent time outside, leading to future enjoyment in the garden … read more

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Nice Patio

Dreaming of Summer — It’s Never too Early to Start Planning!

This dreary winter weather really gets me to dreaming about sunshine and warmer days. Great afternoons on the deck or patio with friends, beautiful places to relax on a nice Northwest day, and additional living space during our spectacular summers are just a … read more

The Inn at Gig Harbor
The Inn at Gig Harbor

Homestyle Food, Quiet Atmosphere

During the last few years, Gig Harbor has grown from a relatively quiet little town to a shopping and dining destination — it’s almost hard to recognize the former sleepy fishing village, even from a decade ago. As the dining scene has exploded … read more

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Gardening With Peg

How to Start Veggies and Other Plants from Seeds

There are many reasons why gardeners decide to start plants from seed. It can be vegetable seeds for growing, harvesting and eating produce, or non-edible annuals to merely decorate containers and other areas of the garden or to attract pollinators. The main reason … read more

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