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Celebrate Woodinville Summer Festival is Saturday, Aug. 15

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Come one, come all! Celebrate Woodinville’s Summer Festival is on Saturday, Aug. 15 in downtown Woodinville. Invite your family, friends and neighbors and join in the fun of this great community event.

Festivities will begin with the Woodinville Fire & Rescue pancake breakfast, followed by the 37th annual community parade. Throughout the afternoon, attendees can enjoy free music in the park; local libations in the wine and beer garden; tasty menu options from local restaurants and food trucks; arts and crafts fair; exhibitors; Woodinville farmers market; and children’s activities, hosted by the Northshore YMCA. Don’t miss the popular “Basset Bash,” a Basset Hound-only contest with prizes awarded for attributes such as best waddle, best howl and one you might expect: longest ears.

Celebrate Woodinville Festival Schedule of Events
Saturday, Aug. 15

Community Pancake Breakfast and Parade
Woodinville Fire & Rescue Pancake Breakfast | 8 to 10:30 a.m. | Fire Station 31
37th annual Parade | 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. | 175th St. Downtown Woodinville

Basset Bash
Basset Bash | 1 to 4 p.m. | Woodin Creek Park

Woodinville Festival
12 to 5 p.m. | Wilmot Gateway Park, Woodinville Fields
Free Music in the Park | Wine & Beer Garden | Local Restaurants & Food Trucks
Arts and Crafts Fair | Exhibitors | Children’s Activities
Farmers Market at DeYoung Park

Live Music
12:45 to 5 p.m.

BIG DOG REVUE | 12:45 to 2:30 p.m.
Big Dog Revue is a hard-drivin’, horn-oriented, dance and show band. The members are all Seattle area natives and have a combined experience of over 200 years, performing with groups that include the Temptations, Dr. Funk, Dix Delux and Charlie & The Tunas. www.bigdogreview.com

THE SPYROGRAPHS | 3:15 to 5 p.m.
The Spyrographs are a tight, five-piece band playing the best “spy, pop and surf” hits of the 1960’s. Between the James Bond soundtracks, go-go hits of Nancy Sinatra and classic surf of The Ventures, The Spyrographs have the musical mojo to make you say, “Yeah, baby!” thespyrographs.com

Wine & Beer Garden
12 to 5 p.m.
Bring your own glass, and enjoy wines poured by premiere Woodinville Wine Country wineries, and craft beers from local breweries. Guests must be 21 to purchase wine and beer, and ID is required.

Here are the wineries and breweries pouring at the festival:

• Aspenwood Cellars
• Blue Lightning Brew
• Dirty Bucket Brewing Company
• Eye of the Needle Winery
• Gecko Wine Company
• Patterson Cellars
• Torii Mor Winery
• Sumerian Brewing Company
• Twelve Bar Brews
• Triplehorn Brewing Co.

Local Restaurants & Food Trucks
12 to 5 p.m.
Pack a picnic or sample an array of sweet and savory menu options from these local restaurants and food trucks:

• Gobble
• La Rivera Maya Mexican Grill
• Mercer Greens
• Moonie Icy Tunes
• Pompeii Woodfired Pizza
• purple | The Commons
• T N T Treats & More
• The Ultimate Melt

Parking
Parking is available at Woodinville Alliance Church and Woodinville Community United Methodist Church, with free shuttles to the festival. Follow us on Facebook and visit our website at www.celebratewoodinville.com for more information.

We sincerely thank our sponsors:
Main Stage Sponsor: Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card
Platinum Sponsors: EvergreenHealth, Woodinville Weekly
Gold Sponsors: Fairwinds-Brittany Park, Gold’s Gym Woodinville, UW Medicine, Windermere Real Estate Woodinville
Silver Sponsors: BECU, Banner Bank, Harborstone Credit Union, McLendon Hardware, The Nest, Photography by Carol Hook, purple | The Commons, SkyMania Trampolines, Waste Management, Westhill Inc.

About Celebrate Woodinville
The mission of Celebrate Woodinville is to bring Woodinville residents together for family-oriented events, encourage a sense of community and promote Woodinville’s wineries, breweries, local businesses, agriculture and unique character to visitors from the Puget Sound Region. Celebrate Woodinville is a partnership between the city of Woodinville, the Greater Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, Woodinville Wine Country and the Northshore YMCA.

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