Small town charm, community spirit, live music, local libations and bites, arts, exhibitors, and activities all add up to a fabulously fun festival in Woodinville! Invite your family, friends, and neighbors and join in the merriment of this great community celebration on Saturday, August 18 – produced by the Woodinville Chamber and presented by The Everett Clinic in Woodinville.

Start your day with the pancake breakfast, hosted by Woodinville Fire & Rescue, then scope out your perfect spot to watch the 40th annual community parade along 175th Street in downtown Woodinville. Take a short stroll to Wilmot Gateway Park for the afternoon, where you can listen to free music in the Woodinville Wine Country wine, beer & cider garden while enjoying tasty menu options from local restaurants and food trucks.

A great collection of exhibitors will be on hand along with a juried art show, now in its second year. The Woodinville Farmers Market will be located on the festival grounds, and a variety of fun children’s activities will be hosted by the Northshore YMCA, so bring the whole family to enjoy the entire day! Don’t miss the delightful “Basset Bash” at the newly upgraded DeYoung Park (across from Molbak’s), with prizes awarded for best waddle, best howl, and longest ears.

Take the shuttle – it’s relaxing and easy! Park at the Woodinville Park & Ride and our friends from Woodinville Martial Arts will drive you door to door, with a smile. Shuttle details:

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