Join the Celebrate Woodinville Fun

Don’t miss out this summer! Join in the Celebrate Woodinville fun as an exhibitor, parade entry, art show participant, or volunteer. Presented by The Everett Clinic, in Woodinville, the 2018 Celebrate Woodinville summer concerts and festival are free, community events where families, friends, and neighbors can gather to enjoy a variety of high-energy bands playing fun music for all ages.
New this year is a shuttle service from the Woodinville Park & Ride, sponsored by Woodinville Martial Arts. See full shuttle details at:
How can you be part of these great events? Let’s count the ways!
We are seeking local and regional artists to showcase locally-made goods at the festival art fair. We are also seeking local businesses and non-profits to exhibit at the festival and showcase your organization to Woodinville residents and visitors from our region. Celebrate Woodinville draws crowds of up to 6,000 people who may be looking to do business with someone like you. You could consider bringing a float, drill team, vehicle, or other interesting entry to the 40th annual community parade, where you can be delightfully creative. Celebrate Woodinville sponsorships are still available. And, of course, there are so many ways to volunteer!
For more information about sponsorships, exhibitor opportunities, parade entries, and other ways to participate, contact the Woodinville Chamber at 425-481-8300.
2018 Schedule of Events
July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, 2018
Wilmot Gateway Park
5:30-8 p.m.
Wine, Beer & Cider Garden Local Restaurants & Food Trucks
6:30-8 p.m.
Free Music in the Park
Saturday, August 18, 2018
8-10:30 a.m.
Community Pancake Breakfast at Fire Station 31
11 a.m.-noon
40th Annual Parade - 175th St. Downtown Woodinville
12-5 p.m.
Wilmot Gateway Park
Free Music; Wine, Beer & Cider Garden; Local Restaurants & Food Trucks; Arts Show & Booths; Exhibitors; Farmers Market;  Children’s Activities
1-4 p.m.
Basset Bash at DeYoung Park

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