Small Town Celebration - 2016 Winners

Published Jan 9, 2017

Small towns celebrations always bring unexpected fun for locals and visitors. Which is your favorite?

2016 Winner

1. Sequim Irrigation Festival

Voters Love

"I am happy to be a part of Sequim's longest running festival in Washington state. This Great "hometown" festival has been..."  via Shawnna R.

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P.O. Box 2073 Sequim WA 98382
2016 Runner-Up

2. SummerFest - Long Beach

Voters Love

"This is an amazing event put on totally for the benefit of local folks by a great Orting church. It is wonderful to see..." 

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115 Bolstad St Long Beach WA 98631
2016 Finalist

3. Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Voters Love

"So much to see and do in the Skagit Valley. During early winter the birds are thick in the fields and snow geese and swans..."  via Janet F.

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311 Kincaid St Mt Vernon WA 98273
2016 Finalist

4. Kent Cornucopia Days

Voters Love

"From the parade to the street fair, there is something for everyone at Cornucopia Days. It is fun to walk the street fair..." 

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Kent WA 98064
2016 Finalist

5. Maritime Gig Festival, Gig Harbor

Voters Love

"The Gig is a beloved tradition the roots of which were a blessing and farewell by St. Nicholas Catholic Church for the..."  via Kristin G.

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Gig Harbor WA 98335
2016 Finalist

5. Kla-Ha-Ya Days in Snohomish

Voters Love

"If you're looking for a good, old-fashioned, small-town summer festival, this is the one for you. Three days of fun in the..."  via Douglas S.

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1st St Snohomish WA 98290
Contest Overview
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