A grass-trimming crew, aka resident deer, nibbles on Fort Worden State Park’s Littlefield Green Thursday morning while a worker photographs them. The space beside McCurdy Pavilion is being turned into one of the venues for THING, the interdisciplinary festival at the fort Saturday and Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

A grass-trimming crew, aka resident deer, nibbles on Fort Worden State Park’s Littlefield Green Thursday morning while a worker photographs them. The space beside McCurdy Pavilion is being turned into one of the venues for THING, the interdisciplinary festival at the fort Saturday and Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/for Peninsula Daily News)

Here’s the THING

Thousands expected at new festival at Fort Worden

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