The ﬁrst known Wayzgoose, thrown in 1681, was a boozy summer feast hosted by a Letterpress Printer for his Print Shop employees. The printing community embraced this annual tradition, often sharing a harvest goose... hence the name, Wayzgoose.
Today, the Wayzgoose has been reimagined as a public arts festival. At Wayzgoose Kitsap, 24 local artists will print hand-carved linoleum blocks like the one below with 2 full-size steamrollers!
Thank you to everyone who visited the first-ever Wayzgoose Kitsap in September, 2018!
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We need LOTS of volunteers for the Festival on Labor Day Weekend, with roles for ages 12 and up!
Help make giant prints, support our vendors, guide festival-goers, or craft at the Kids Station. Get in the action, learn something new, and give back to the community.