cropped wreath.jpeg




Saturday December 1 at Whitney Gardens from 11 to 3 you can

  •      Make a wreath

  •      Take away a locally made evergreen garland (you can preorder at

  •      Bid on silent auction items such as a a load of firewood, reflexology sessions, new items from Patagonia, a vintage Hudson Bay gold pan, metal sculptures, butterfly “farm”

  •      Win a handmade quilt raffle

  •      Eat tacos, homemade turnovers, and other good stuff

  •      Talk to your neighbors and much more

Holiday Celebrate Brinnon! is sponsored by the Brinnon Group. All proceeds go to legal fees challenging the 'urban scale' resort at Black Point, and to promoting appropriate economic possibilities in Brinnon.

     More information see  Contact us at

     Our GOFUNDME is

About Whitney Gardens

20,000 people from all over the world visit Whitney Gardens each year. Some return annually to share stories, see new additions to the garden and get reacquainted. Whitney Gardens is adjacent to the Dosewallips River where it fans out into Hood Canal. The 7-acre gardens feature plants, shrubs, water features, and trees determined by the University of Washington Department of Horticulture to be the oldest living specimens in the state.  You may find the perfect garden gift here.