Welcome to the June Blooms 2024 Spring Tour

June 8th, 2024 | 10AM to 4PM

Our new June event grew out of many requests from previous attendees of the fall events. From garden starts to spring farm babies, flowers in bloom and gardens in production-people want to see more!

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Astrid’s Lavender Farm

3617 Thomas Road Northwest
Gig Harbor, WA
10AM – 4PM

Developing lavender farm on 10 acres-currently 2 acres are planted with over 3,000 plants of 7 varieties of lavender. From culinary to decorative, fresh and dried lavender as well as many lavender products available for purchase. Check out the distillation process in action! Stroll the hillside and take some cuttings to make your own lavender wreath.

Parking Directions
– Parking lot is at entry to farm

– Tour the lavender fields, make a lavender wreath and observe the still making essential oils

– None

Bill Family Farm

9501 159th St NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98329
10AM – 4PM (Corgi Families may arrive as early as 9:30AM). Activities begin at 10AM

A small family farm that occasionally raises and sells pork and beef. Come meet the Corgis, sheep, Nigerian Dwarf milk goats, horses, chickens ducks and a turkey, eggs available. Handcrafted all natural goat’s milk and milk free soaps made on site so stock up now! Sustainability on a budget- reduce/reuse/recycle is key for many of the projects around the farm from animal buildings to garden projects and fencing-save money and get growing!

Parking Directions
– Front field on left for general or short term parking, larger field parking for corgis and longer term visitors. ADA visitors only please along the driveway/ white fence as indicated by signage.

– Maps/Info table
– “Foraging for Health and Nutrition” with Amanda Ramsey
– Get your FREE plant start! One each person(veggie/flower/strawberry)
– Corgi Round Up 10am-1pm Corgi races and games
– Goat Yoga guided by certified yoga instructor Deborah Collins with Nigerian Dwarf kids (mini sessions throughout the afternoon 1:30-3:30)

– None


Creviston Valley Farm

3421 Creviston Rd SW
Longbranch, WA, USA
10AM – 4PM

The 10 women and two men who make up the staff and board of Food Backpacks 4 Kids have a vision for the Key Peninsula: to provide nutritious food for every child and adult in need.

Called Food 4 All, the project goal is to enable any interested person to learn about growing, cooking, storing and preserving food.

The vision of Food 4 All is a contrast to the current model of most food banks. Promoting and presenting interactive teaching, and meeting people where they are, has brought the FB4K program to the forefront of the nonprofit field. It was named Nonprofit of the Year by the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce in 2023. The goal of making food available to every person in need, reducing barriers to accessing food, and emphasizing nutrition and high-quality foods sets it apart. Creating locally sustainable systems of growing, selling, and distributing food not dependent solely on government programs and budgets is its paramount goal, according to Woodworth.

Parking Directions
– Ample parking as driveway meets the farm

– Apiary tours with the Key Peninsula Beekeepers Association
– Volunteer opportunities information table
– Ladybug release 11am
– Facepainting and kid activities
– Seed planting instructions for kids throughout the day
– FB4K staff will be on hand to talk about producing food for families served
– Band “The Improvement Club” will be playing noon-2pm

– None

Grand Farm

17616 S Vaughn Road NW
Vaughn WA 98394 (Vaughn)
10AM – 4PM

Grand Farms is a full-care boarding and training facility that is home to head trainer Anni Grandia Dodsun. Training specializes in 3-Day Eventing, with each program tailored to the individual horse and rider.

They also provide lessons to brand new riders and introduce them to horses. The farm consists of 26 acres with an indoor arena with a new sand surface and roof, outdoor grass jumping arena, acres of trails and a cross country course with water complex. They also boast a heated viewing area, amenities for riders with disabilities, and work with Easter Seals of Washington in the summer months.

Additionally, Grand Farms hosts an extensive conference and wedding events venue and the very popular Haunted Forest in the fall.

Parking Directions
– All parking will be in the lower lot

– Grand Farms Jumper Days. There will be jumping in the outdoor arena (cross country will be closed to the general public). We will have clearly marked areas for people to watch
– My Haunted Forest will have one scare for people to walk up to and see
– The Key Peninsula Business Association information booth

– Pink Gorilla will be onsite to serve coffee and smoothies

Sound View Camp

8515 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch, WA 98351 (Longbranch)
10AM – 4PM

Come to Sound View to feel like you’re at summer camp again – pet a llama, sing some songs around the campfire, take a guided nature walk through our property, and shoot an arrow!

Sound View Camp is owned and operated by the Presbytery of Olympia (PCUSA). The camp consists of 100 acres of woods, trails, and a sandy beach. Sound View Camp provides rental opportunities and educational programs for groups, as well as running their own summer family and youth programs, open to the public.

As part of our brand-new Outdoor Environmental Education Program, camp has begun a mini-farm and garden for teaching sustainable living. We plan to see the farm grow over the next few years, with programs for kids to learn to plant and harvest their own food. The former horse stable and corral area has been converted into a miniature farm populated with rescued goats, sheep, chickens, and a llama. We love to see visitors interact with animals and learn about their care.

– Showcase farm and animals

Red Barn Youth Center

15921 84th St NW
Lakebay, WA 98349

Red Barn Youth Center’s mission is to provide a safe, supervised place for Key Peninsula youth in 6th through 12th grade to go after school to have fun, find guidance, develop positive relationships, and become community minded citizens.

Come see our Red Barn Youth Garden.

Parking Directions
Park in main lot to visit the youth center or continue on driveway to right around back to garden

– Plant sale
– Two Waters Arts “painting plein air”

– None

The Barn Marche at Faraway Flower Farm

6506 Cliff Aveneue Southwest
Longbranch, WA, USA
10AM – 4PM

The name The Barn Marché is a play on words, meant to honor and celebrate Frank & Josephine McDermott, the founders of The Bon Marché department store chain in Seattle in the late 1800s. We have not only saved the original 100+ year old dairy barn, but transformed it into a floral shop and demonstration kitchen on the main floor, and an airy light-filled open workspace in the loft.
Flower seeds and seedlings as well as cut flower arrangements, potted peony plants, timed garden walk (only as scheduled TBD)

Parking Directions
– Parking will be along Cliff Ave

– Moontea Artwork-Key Peninsula themed hand made tea towels & block printing kits
– Thyme to Be-floral themed candles, bath bombs and salt scrubs
– Honeywood Farm CSA sign ups/produce and plant starts available
– Photo ops with the mini horses Itsy & Bitsy (the models for this year’s poster artwork)

– Charcuterie boxes-(catered-awaiting name of caterer)
– Onyx & Oak mobile bar cart serving flower themed non-alcoholic beverages
– Sugar Wheels-macarons and macaron pops
– 3 Clouds Bakery-flower shaped sugar cookies


Two Fox Winery

17812 18th Street NW
Lakebay, WA 98349
Noon – 5PM

Two Fox is a cozy winery located on the beautiful Key Peninsula. Set on Two Fox Winery is a cozy micro winery located on almost 15 acres. The winery includes a tasting room, production cellar, two small vineyards, and a private residence. The property was previously known as Trillium Creek Winery. It was purchased by Kyle and Tedra in 2020 and has been rebranded and restored.
Kyle and Tedra offer approachable wines suitable for any palate or occasion. They also offer beer and non-alcoholic beverages for purchase.
Wine may be sampled for glass pours and bottle purchases.

Dogs are not permitted during the June Blooms Farm Tour and children must be supervised at all times.

Parking Directions
-Parking is limited at Two Fox Winery. Please carpool with your friends and family.
– A volunteer will be directing traffic for parking.
– Only those with limited mobility will be able to park by the tasting room

– Alex Bodnar, pianist 2PM-4PM
– Wine cellar tours conducted by vintner at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 & 4:30

– Packaged snacks available

Supporting Locations

Gateway Park

10215 State Route 302
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Wauna)
Presented by Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • Fresh Food Revolution Co-op
  • Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation
  • Key Peninsula Historical Society
  • Huckleberry Machine Display
  • Master Gardeners

Fiber Arts Show

Longbranch Improvement Club [LIC]
4312 Key Peninsula Hwy S
Longbranch WA 98351​ (Longbranch)

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • Over three dozen artists and vendors, antique tractor collection on display, and a miniature logging camp display

Food and Music:

  • Chef Ann-Marie Ugles – Farm to Table Menu
  • Bertolino’s Espresso Bar
  • Dr Roes DownHome Band
  • BlueGrass Minstrels
  • Conchord
  • Bowties and Berets
  • Teri Wolf Duo

Firehouse Pancake Breakfast | 8AM - 11AM

8911 Key Peninsula Hwy N
Lakebay WA 98349 (Key Center)

Presented by Key Peninsula Firefighters Association

8 a.m. until the last pancake (about 11am)

Activities and Booths:

  • Fire Department Demonstrations
  • Emergency Preparedness Booth
  • Fire Trucks
  • Ashes Bake Sale

Food and Music

  • Firehouse Pancakes and All the Trimmings
  • Complimentary Coffee provided by Key Peninsula Business Association

Longbranch Marina

Shuttle Bus from LIC (Longbranch)
*no parking available

Need Descp

Activities and Booths:

  • West Pierce Fire and Rescue
  • Pierce County Sheriff’s Fire Boat
  • Wooden Boats
    Envirostars Clean Marina Program
  • Power Squadron
  • Dave’s Diving

YMCA Camp Seymour

9725 Cramer Road KP N
Gig Harbor WA 98329 (Minter)

Check out the Living Machine! Camp Seymour installed Washington’s largest Living Machine in 2003. A Living Machine is a sewage treatment facility that treats effluent to a level that allows water reuse in irrigation and a fish pond, as well as other useful end products. It is it’s own ecosystem, accelerating nature’s own water purification process!

Activities and Booths:

  • Aquaponics – How to Grow a Lot of Food in a Small Place
  • Educational Garden Tour
  • Meet the Camp Chickens Housed in a Uniquely Reclaimed Coop
  • Participate with Games and Activities for Kids
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