Cake Picnic is a Port Townsend cultural heritage celebration featuring massive amounts of delicious artisan cake, an epic dance party, field games, play zone and thousands of people amped up, Port Townsend style.
In the past five years, our team has partnered with local farms, nonprofits, artists, city officials, and businesses like The Leader and Star Printery to create this successful celebration.
Visit the Cake Picnic website to learn more.
Once upon a time the people of Port Townsend would get together and enjoy massive community feasts. Cheif Chetzemoka, Joe Kuhn and James G. Swan amongst others were known for producing community clam bakes that would serve 1200+ people.
A tribute to this past, "CAKE PICNIC" provides our community an excuse to get together & celebrate with family and friends... with free food.
11:00 AM - Our Team gathers at 1829 Lincoln St. to prepare for the parade
1:00 PM - The Grand Parade Begins - We are the final entry
We march with DJ Captain Peacock and his massive mobile sound system.
As we march, many of the people watching the parade jump in & join the festivities...
When we arrive downtown, we land at Pope Marine Park... We have a brief ceremony / ribbon cutting and BOOOM!!! THE CAKE FEAST BEGINS!!!
Live music on the patio with a massive dance party. Dirty Beats Duo will play a set, the O'Meara Dance Studio will perform and many other fun surprises are to be expected.
By 5 PM the whole shabang comes to a close.