Summertide Solstice Art Festival

1-5PM | SAT. JUNE 17th 



Kick off the summer with us at Summertide, a free and family-friendly outdoor event to celebrate the longest day of the year and welcome new sculpture and poetry to Webster's Woods Sculpture Park.

Enjoy the unveiling of new sculptures, a live poetry reading from the Poetry in the Park finalists, art stations, food & drink vendors, and live music down in the meadow.

This event is free- start your summer with us!

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Summertide 2022: bubbles floating through festival

Outdoor Art

Annually we welcome new sculpture installations in Webster's Woods. Join us for Summertide 2023 as we celebrate our newest open air exhibition- UNDER THE CANOPY.

Our 2023 Call for Art is closed. Artist details coming soon.

Poetry in the Park

Throughout the park, visitors will discover original poems by selected poets, curated by the Olympic Peninsula Authors

​Meet the authors and enjoy live readings in our courtyard or explore the collection on a self-guided poetry walk.


Live Performances

Enjoy live performances from musical guests down in the meadow. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and relax into the festival atmosphere around you.

Musical guests include Jack Dwyer, Deadwood Revival, and Ant Bath.

Art Activites

Explore your creativity at nature art stations throughout the event.

In the past, visitors have contributed to a community nature weaving, designed playful solstice crowns, and created prints with natural objects.

Meet our Vendors!

Grab food, drinks, snacks, cold brew coffee and ice cream from these amazing local businesses.

Festivities Happening between 1-5PM | Food Vendors Available 
  • 1:00PM - Festival Begins!
    • Jack Dwyer performing in the Meadow
    • Food & Drink Vendors open
    • Nature Art Stations open
  • 1:10PM - Poetry Reading in the Courtyard
    • Clallam County Poet Laureate Jaiden Dokken
    • Summertide Poets
  • 2:30PM - Deadwood Revival performing in the Meadow
  • 4:00PM - Ant Bath performing in the Meadow
  • 5:00PM - End of Festival


WHERE TO PARK: We have space in our lot for 30 cars and there is ample parking throughout the neighborhood. Additional parking lots are available at Franklin Elementary School or at Peninsula College on Lauridsen Blvd (3-5 minute walk)

We have one accessible parking spot near on next to the Gallery and drop-offs are welcome as well for those who need assistance getting into the gallery. Check with the parking attendant on Jones Street.


Thank you to our Sponsors!