Poulsbo’s Nordic Musikk festival and fundraiser with live music, BBQ

On Saturday, over 100 residents at Nordic Hill Manor will be lining up for Poulsbo’s first Nordic Musikk Fest, with over five hours of live music and a BBQ to raise funds for North Kitsap Fishline, a non-profit food and resource center for low-income residents.

All ticket sales for the festival, which is self-funded by Nordic Hill owners KJ and Heinz Lange, are donated to the organization. As of August 3, approximately $7,900 has been raised and the amount continues to increase.

Kevin Sheen, Fishline’s marketing and communications coordinator, said multi-thousand-dollar donations like this are rare for the organization, and the money will provide a tremendous boost to Fishline’s mission.

“We are thrilled to have this additional funding,” Sheen said.

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