and Seafood Festival
Scheduled this Year October 5-7, 2018
Join the fun at this year's 17th Annual CrabFest, one of the most acclaimed food festivals in the country!
The festival celebrates not only the aquaculture, agriculture and maritime traditions of the breathtaking Olympic Peninsula, but brings food, art, music, Native American activities, and children’s events into one spectacular 3-day event for everyone! Click here for More
Scheduled Next Year May 3-12, 2019 for its 124th Year!
The Sequim Irrigation Festival celebrates the work that D.R. “Crazy” Callen and his partners did to design and develop the Irrigation Ditches that brought water from the Dungeness River to the parched prairie. The first headgate on the Dungeness River was lifted on May 1, 1895. On May 1, 1896 the first celebration took place at Crazy Callen’s farm. This was the start of a tradition that would become the oldest continuing festival in Washington state. Click here for More
from Christopher Wright
A sampling of some of the fine wineries of Port Angeles and Sequim. Festivals and tastings happen throughout the year, so find your favorite spot by visiting Olympic Peninsula Wineries
North Olympic Discovery Marathon
This event grows year after year and in 2017, featured over 2050 participants from 31 states and 4 countries! See details about training, events, sponsorship, etc at North Olympic Discovery Marathon
Sequim Balloon Festival Takes to the Skies
from Jeff Chew
Sequim Valley Airport was abuzz with the three Little Bees early Saturday morning at the launch of the Dungeness Valley's first hot-air extravaganza. The festival continues to entertain guests - Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire
Juan de Fuca
Festival of the Arts
from Tanya Smith
Scheduled this Year on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-27, 2018
This remarkable event is held over four days presenting roughly 80 performances on four major showcase stages, not to mention the “After Hours in the Clubs” and a lively Street Fair. All of this nestled between the majestic beauty of the Olympic National Park and the Straits of Juan de Fuca! There’s something for everyone! Thanks Colleen McGaughey for the video. Click here for More
Sequim Lavender Festival
In 2018, scheduled on July 20, 21 & 22 celebrating its 22nd year!
This wonderful event is held annually in the heart of Sequim and in the surrounding Dungeness Valley. Farm tours, music, shopping, artisan street fair and food court round out the fun. Come learn why Sequim is one of the best climates in the country to grow lavender.
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