They came to drink in the rich, colorful history that is Port Angeles — and got it — during the first History Weekend.
A sold-out Saturday crowd of more than 500 walked through the city’s dark, dank downtown “underground,” rambled through remnants of a once-ribald brothel, and took the trolley tour past the oldest homes in the city, many built by Civil War veterans.
Russ Veenema, Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce executive director, said Saturday afternoon that scheduled tours today are already sold out, but more will be added today after 3 p.m. to meet public demand.
The cost is $4, collected at The Landing mall on Railroad Avenue. Scheduled events start at 10 a.m.
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