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Northwest Timber Revival Horses Cut Shop presents a Northwest "Timber Revival" on the grounds of the historic Polson Museum in Hoquiam, Washington, Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, August, 30th. This day-long, free to the public event features eight hours of live music, a beer garden, whiskey tasting, vintage logging equipment gawking, a good ol'fashioned keg-put, free sunshine and graphic t-shirts representing local, iconic timber industry brands. Sponsored by Filson, Stanley, Wishkaw River Distillery and Westland Distillery, all profits from the Timber Revival event go to support the Natural Resources - Forestry Technician Program at nearby Grays Harbor College which serves the coastal communities of western Washington state. This two year applied associate degree program provides students with the skills needed to secure jobs in the modern-day timber industry.

“Horses Cut Shop Revival events seek to re-introduce audiences to their regional American roots by reviving the brands and stories which represent their personal geographies. By creating celebrations that both honor the legacy and support the future of local industry, Horses Cut Shop hopes to strengthen the ties we all have to our communities and those elements which make them unique. ”
                                                       Gabe Johnson, - Horses Cut Shop

Five bands from the greater Seattle area will be sharing the stage over the course of the eight hour, live music event. American roots music and original country-rock will be the style of the day. Bring your dancing boots and the hugs.

Evening Bell- EVENING BELL
"Evening Bell is Ballard honky-tonker Davidson Hart Kingsbery’s twangy new venture with pianist Caitlin Sherman. Together with drummer Jason Merculief, the group perform classic country duets that sound something like Tammy and George dubbed over the soundtrack to a Sergio Leone spaghetti western." - American Standard Time

Seattle country-rock institution The Maldives bring their sweeping, cinematic sounds out into the great wide open in this rare Northwest summer appearance.

American roots music delivered by Mike Giacolino, the wizened front man of Seattle band Ol' Tinder. 

Houston native, Aaron Dugas and his Ganges River Band were voted Seattle’s best country band in 2013band Ol' Tinder.

One of Seattle's most dynamic country-rock bands, The Swearengens bring a truckload of drinkable music you can dance to.

Polson MuseumWHERE: The event will be held on the lush grounds of the historic Polson Mansion on the north bank of the Hoquiam River in Hoquiam, Wash. Hoquiam's downtown core is a short ten minute walk from the venue where you'll find lodging accomodations a couple epic bars and shopping to satisfy your needs. Click HERE and get Google's best idea of where this thing is happening and how to get there...

ACCOMMODATIONS: Plenty of places to lay your head in Grays Harbor County. The Hoquiam Econolodge is within easy walking distance of The Polson Museum where the event will be held and the Harborena Skating Rink where you'll be getting your after-event floor burns.



Charlie Choker Grays Harbor CollegeFACEBOOK EVENT: See all the event details on the FACEBOOK EVENT, if you're into that type of thing...

T-SHIRTS: Horses Cut Shop will be producing a limited number of nine different t-shirts designs specifically for the Timber Revival event which represent the timber history of Grays Harbor County Wash. Profits from the sale of these t-shirts will go to the Grays Harbor College Foundation and the Natural Resources Department in the form of scholarship money for the Timber Technology Degree program which prepares students for jobs in the timber industry. The t-shirts will be available for sale at the event on August, 30th and also will be our website starting September 1st.

SPONSORS: Horses Cut Shop is lucky as all-get-out for the amazing support we've received from our like minded sponsors. All our sponsors are dedicated to celebration of the American experience and supporting true Americana.

Olympia BeerScrappy's Bitters Stanley American Standard Time Wishkaw River Distillery Filson Westland Distillery

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