Free holiday meals served on Peninsula

Free holiday meals are planned on the North Olympic Peninsula on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

The dinners are arranged by community.


Free Christmas meal

CHIMACUM — Donations from the Farm’s Reach have made a free dinner available at Tri-Area Community Center on Christmas Day from noon to 3 p.m.

The community center is located at 10 West Valley Road, Chimacum.

If you would like to donate in support of the meal, if you need to have a meal delivered to your home or you would like to volunteer, phone 360-732-4822.


Free dinner, party

PORT TOWNSEND — Better Living Through Coffee will host a free Christmas dinner from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

The meal will feature “lasagna, some kind of meat, salads and appetizers,” with dessert of Christmas-style apple pie and apple cider, according to a news release.

The shop at 100 Tyler St. also will have a donation bucket for a local nonprofit.

For more information, contact Julie Brown at 360-344-8080 or


Free holiday meal

SEQUIM — Hardy’s Market invites the public to a complimentary traditional holiday at 11 a.m. Christmas Eve on Saturday.

The market at 10200 Old Olympic Highway is offering the meal dine-in or takeout (one per person) while supplies last.

Kettel’s free dinner

SEQUIM — Kettel’s 76 will offer a free traditional Christmas dinner from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Free 12-ounce fountain drinks and coffee also will be served at 194 W. Washington St.


Free Christmas dinner

FORKS — All are welcome at Forks Community Center to the Feeding 5000: Christmas Dinner from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

The community center is located at 91 Maple Ave.

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