‘Come Home Snohomish’ to Kla Ha Ya Days Community Picnic & All Class Reunion at Harvey Field

  • Written by Valley View Staff

SNOHOMISH–The Kla Ha Ya Days Festival invites the community to "Come Home Snohomish" and to celebrate with a Community Picnic and an All Class Reunion on Friday, July 22nd, 4 to 11 p.m. at the southwest side of Harvey Field near 10530 Airport Way, Snohomish.

This year’s event welcomes the alumni of Snohomish (SHS), Glacier Peak (GPHS) and AIM high schools. The picnic/reunion features live bands, plenty of food choices, beer garden, aviation displays, skydivers, helicopter rides and a special appearance by SHS graduate and NBA star, Jon Brockman.

Ticket prices are $10 for guests 21 years and older which includes entrance into the beer garden; $5 for guests aged 6-20; and free for guests under 6. Tickets can be purchased online at Proceeds help support all Kla Ha Ya Days activities and people are encouraged to bring family and friends.

The Community Picnic will be held at Harvey Field where 100 years ago in 1911 the first airplane took flight. Historian David Dilgard will have more on the story in "100 Years of Flight" on Saturday July 23rd, 2-3 p.m. at Harvey Field Hangar 15. Admission is free and part of the Kla Ha Ya Days’ festivities.

On Saturday, July 23rd a grouping of planes from Harvey Field will kick off the Kla Ha Ya Days 98th parade with a fly-by. Grand Marshal Jon Brockman leads the parade that starts at 10:30 a.m. on historic 1st Street right after the 5 Mile and 1 Mile River Run and Kids Dash. The parade is followed by games, a street fair, Snohomish Got Talent family stage and beer garden. On Sunday July 24th visit the Custom and Classic Car Show display at Harvey Field and see what the carnival has to offer. A free shuttle will move people between 1st Street and Harvey Field. The full schedule of events is at or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (425) 493-7824.

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