Jordan World Circus at Southwest Washington Fairgrounds

Jordan World Circus

With three rings of affordable family fun, "Jordan World Circus" will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts, animal attractions including tigers and elephants. In addition to the performing acts, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet different types of animals. *Acts are subject to change*

*-*-*Once online sales have finished, you can only purchase tickets at the circus location. We open doors one hour before the event!!

Tickets at the gate are "Adults $18 Children $14 (3 to 12 Years)

Children Under 3 years are 'FREE'

Saturday, March 2, 2019 6:30pm-8:30pm

Join us January 31st, February 1st & 2nd for the 55th Annual Lewis County Home & Sportsman Show!

This show features vendors from far and wide to inspire visitors looking to improve their home or lawns. Our 55th Annual Lewis County Home & Sportsman Show showcases some of the best local and most innovative home and garden experts along with their tips and tricks for your project! Every year, this family-friendly event allows you to shop and compare exhibits for your budget and needs! We welcome you to come and visit us at this year's 55th Annual Lewis County Home & Sportsman Show!

More information about registration and attendence: http://www.chamberway.com

NW Sports Hub
701 Allen Ave, Centralia, WA 98531

January 31-February 2, 2020 from 10:00am-1:00pm

The time has come ladies & gentlemen, registration for our 3rd Annual Cornhole Tournament & Sausage Fest is open!

Registration forms are available at the brewery & Dick's Brewing - NW Sausage & Deli for you to grab. Make sure to register today since space is limited! Pre-registration is $30 per team and $40 day of. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 teams of the tournament!

Other than cornhole there will be sausage, raffles, live music and more!

We are also hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Centralia Community Foundation. Bring a new coat or shoes for kids in need size K-12 and be entered to win a cornhole swag pack!

21+ only.

Dick's Brewing Company,

3516 Galvin Rd,

Centralia, Washington 98531


Saturday, September 14, 2019 2:00pm-5:00pm

This autumn, Seedpod Farm is hosting their Harvest Festival & Craft Fair. This family-oriented event will include pressing cider-tomatoes by the box, honey tasting, and other fun fall activities for kids. In addition to the various activities, local vendors and artisans will be selling preserves, soaps, textiles and other crafts. 

Live music by the Prairie Fire Band will be feaured at the event.

The fesitival begins at 10am on October 12th, and concludes at 3pm. 

2330 Howard Ave

Centralia, WA 98531

Registration for this event can by found on their website

Saturday, October 12, 2019 10:00am-3:00pm

Celebrate summer during ChehalisFest, a day filled with fun for the whole family. Activities kick off at 8 am with a pancake breakfast and then an All-American hot dog barbecue lunch hosted by the Lewis County Historical Museum. Market Street Pub will host music by Chris Jones and a beer garden on Boistfort Street. Boys and Girls Club will host a KidZone with bouncy house favorites, face painting, games and crafts in Downtown. Book 'N' Brush will feature kids’ activities and kids fly free with Young Eagle Flights at the Chehalis-Centralia Airport (ages 8 - 17). SWW ARTrails will have an art sale and Plein-air artists at work on the sidewalks, and downtown Chehalis businesses will offer a variety of fun experiences and sales. The Port of Chehalis is giving away 250 free steam train ride tickets for July 27 that can be picked up beginning July 10 at the Lewis County Historical Museum. The popular Chariots Car Club Car Show will display the best of the classics downtown and the Veterans Memorial Museum is hosting the Gambler 500 Poker Run that will conclude in Downtown Chehalis. 

Saturday, July 27, 2019 - All Day

Winlock Pickers' Festival includes instructional workshops, open mics, plenty of pickin' and grinnin', and organized kids activities! Check out the rest of the site to see details about the live bands, the workshop schedule, camping details, ticket info, links, and more.

The festival officially starts on Friday, but the jamming and camping begin on Thursday!

Nestled in a beautifully wooded area, Winolequa Park is conveniently located close to Interstate 5. Less than 2 hour's drive south of Seattle and an hour north of Portland, this gem of a pickers' fest is within close driving distance for plenty of great pickers who show up every year for it. And since the festival is put on by an all-volunteer staff, the price of admission is remarkably inexpensive.

Food is available on the premises from the Winlock Park Board starting at noon on Friday through Sunday Breakfast.

The Winlock Pickers' Fest is a labor of love created by a dedicated group of volunteers from the Washington Acoustic Music Association (WAMA) and co-sponsored by the Winlock Park Board.

The 2019 list of performers will include:

  • Richard Smith
  • The Portland Radio Ponies
  • Runaway Train
  • The Cowchips
  • Ash Creek

Cost is $15 per day or $25 per weekend per person. (WAMA members get a discount admission.)

August 2-4, 2019

The Roxy Theater presents "Command Performance - USO Show"

Celebrate and honor our Veterans with 1940’s USO-style entertainment:  skits, vocalists, dancers, plenty of laughs, and dancing to the Sound of Swing Big Band.

Performance Info:

  • November 9 at 7p


  • General Audience: $15
  • Veterans: $10
  • Students / Children: $7


For more information contact:

The Roxy Theater - 233 West Main Avenue, Morton WA, 98536

Phone: 360-496-0541

email: roxy@lewiscounty.com

Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 7:00pm

2018 Onalaska Apple Harvest Festival - Celebrating 10 years of apple harvest and the community that makes it happen!

Thursday and Friday night Royal Court kicks off the weekend festivities with BINGO and Coronation. Saturday Saturday is a full day of Parade, Vendors, Food, Music and Family Activities you won't want to miss! Sunday finishes off the weekend with the All-area Community Church Service, the 2nd annual Farm & Homestead Tour and Farm to Table Dinner.

Look for a full schedule of events at their website.

October 5-7, 2018

The Community Farmers Market at Chehalis is teaming up with Mackinaws Restaurant to present the 12th annual Farmers Market Harvest Dinner on Sunday, October 7th.

Come to City Farm in downtown Chehalis to enjoy a farm-to-table meal featuring ingredients from Farmers Market vendors. Travel with your taste buds and experience international flavors from local and seasonal foods. This dinner is all gluten free with vegan options. There will be local cheeses, beer, wine, and signature cocktails from Curious the bar, a dessert auction featuring delights from all over the Twin Cities, and a performance by the Southwest Washington Gypsy Caravan Tribal Belly Dance Troupe.

Arrive early for complimentary henna tattoos from Sunno Henna from 4-6pm, and an opportunity to bid on unbeatable silent auction prizes. All proceeds directly keep the Community Farmers Market Open and able to host programs like the popular Kids Club. 

We're so excited about this event, the market is in need of community support right now more than ever. Attending the dinner means a lot to us, and in return we want to say thank you by offering one of the best meals of the year in Chehalis." - Michaelyn Erickson, Farmers Market Manager

Tickets can be purchased at the Farmers Market Open Tuesdays from 11-4pm, on the market website, at Book n' Brush in downtown Chehalis, Mackinaws restaurant, Santa Lucia Cafe in Centralia and Embody Movement Studio in Centralia.

For more information contact the Community Farmers Market at 509-714-1978 or info@chehalisfarmersmarket.com

Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 5:00pm

Get your tickets now for the Packwood Farm-to-Table Dinner (it's sure to sell out). They will be using local, organic resources wherever possible including beer, free range chicken, produce, flowers, wild mushrooms, and more! The Yakima Valley College Enology program will have wine available for the event. There will be signature aprons and glassware available to take home as a memento of what promises to be a celebration of our bountiful local resources.

There will be an opportunity to interact with the local suppliers during the social hour and learn more about their offering through table top displays. You will be able to enjoy live music as you sit by the river.

Quantities will be limited to make it a special event, so be sure to get your tickets now.

For additional information please email PackwoodFarmToTable@gmail.com.

Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 6:00pm