Bremerton Blackberry Festival
Celebrate the blackberry harvest along the waterfront each year on Labor Day Weekend. This family friendly event has live music, a beer and wine garden and plenty of great food. Don’t miss all the special blackberry treats!
Forever Twilight in Forks
This festival celebrates the popular Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer one weekend in September.
It rains a lot in Forks, so each April they celebrate the weather. This weekend festival includes arts and crafts classes, entertainment and the chance to decorate your own umbrella!
Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival
In early October, celebrate the Dungeness Crab. Enjoy cooking demonstrations, a chowder cook off, the crab derby and much more.
Juan de Fuca Festival
This annual music festival is held over Memorial Day weekend each year in Port Angeles. It offers a wide variety of musical performances as well as educational workshops.
The Wooden Boat Festival
This festival is held the first weekend after Labor Day and includes over 300 boats, over 120 presentations and dozens of exhibitors. Enjoy live music, interactive exhibits and lots of family friendly activities.
Port Townsend Victorian Heritage Festival
Celebrate the rich history and Victorian architecture of Port Townsend one weekend each March. This event includes a high tea, fashion show and museum tours.
Sequim Lavender Weekend
Thousands of lavender plants bloom in the Sequim Dungeness valley each July. Spend the weekend visiting the local lavender farms or strolling the street fair in downtown Sequim.
Sequim Irrigation Festival
This is the oldest continuously running festival in Washington. It celebrates the hard work of the early pioneers to bring water from the Dungeness River to the parched valley.
Olympic Peninsula Birdfest
The northern Olympic Peninsula is a popular spot for birdwatchers, especially in April when wintering birds are beginning their migration to the south. Birdfest has guest speakers, field trips and a Protection Island Boat cruise.