Poulsbo’s Nordic Musikk Festival and fundraiser with live music, BBQ – Kitsap Sun | Region & Cash

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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