Traveler Days

Traveler Days, a festival welcoming the return of The Traveler and spring, is a special arts-focused public celebration held in Union, Washington from Earth Day through Motherʼs Day annually.

Click HERE for the Traveler Days 2014 event line up.

The Traveler itself is a light-and-shadow effect on the face of Mt. Washington, usually seen as a hooded figure with awalking staff visible for a few months every spring when the snow on the mountains has begun to melt. Only visible from the Union, The Traveler has a variety of myths and legends woven about it by both the native and western populations living along Hood Canal.

The Traveler Days celebration features a wide variety of events, all designed to help visitors sample Unionʼs breathtaking views, cuisine, and arts culture.

Traveler Days 2014 Schedule:

Hama Hama Oyster Rama
Saturday, April 19th, 12 pm – 5pm
Location: U.S. 101, Lilliwaup, WA 98555
For more information, please call 888-877-5844
Tickets available at

Vineyard Days Featuring Cameo Boutique and Robin Hood Restaurant and Pub
The weekend April 26th and 27th:

Cameo Boutique (Friday and Saturday Only):
Location: 6871 Washington 106, Union, WA 98592
For more Information, please call (360) 898-3200

Robin Hood Restaurant:
Location: 6790 Washington 106, Union, WA 98592
For more information, please call (360) 898-4400

Union Tourism Association and Hunter Farms presents: Garden Days

Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm
Location: 1921 Washington 106, Union, WA 98592
For more information, please call (360) 426-2222

Mother Days Weekend Celebration:

“Alderbrook en Plein Air”
An Art Workshop and Open-Air Exhibit presented by Alderbrook Resort and Spa
Saturday, May 10th | 12 pm – 5pm
Location: 10 E Alderbrook Drive, Union, WA 98592. For more information, please call (360) 898-2200.

* Please bring your own art supplies for the workshop.

8AM – 8PM
All women get $5 in Lucky Bucks to play.
Location: 19330 N US HWY 101, Skokomish, WA 98584 For more information, please call (360) 877-5656

For more ways to enjoy Union, please visit our home page. For more information about experiencing the greater Hood Canal area, please visit Explore Hood Canal.