Centrum Executive Director Rob Birman speaks to about 60 people at Fort Worden about the Port Townsend Main Street Association’s effort to apply to become one of the state’s first Creative Districts. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Centrum Executive Director Rob Birman speaks to about 60 people at Fort Worden about the Port Townsend Main Street Association’s effort to apply to become one of the state’s first Creative Districts. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend organizers advocate for Creative District

Organizers seeking state designation for year-round arts economy

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