Downtown Onalaska

Celebrating harvest and the rural lifestyle of small community with a family-friendly event. The Onalaska Harvest Festival features the Apple Parade, vendors, canoe and kayak races, a 5K run and more! You can take part in pie eating contests and enjoy live entertainment. Kick off the event with their not-to-be-missed pancake breakfast!'

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October 4-6, 2019 from 8:00am-3:00pm

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

Tour de Farms started during the inaugural Ride the Willapa event in 2016 as part of a USDA Rural Development grant project. Tour De Farms is a music festival and farmers market that will occur during the annual Ride the Willapa event. 
For those of you are participating in bike ride this year, the music festival and market is included in your Ride the Willapa ticket!
Day passes and overnight camp passes will be made available to those who wish to enjoy the farmer's market and music without riding their bikes; Drive, park and enjoy the festivities and local fare. 
A limited number of early bird $10 day passes will be available. Grab one before they sell out! 
$15 day passes will be available online until June 22nd. 
Tickets will be available at the event for $20 (cash only please) 
In addition to old-time bluegrass music from 11am-9pm, the farm will feature a “pop-up” market is presented by the Chehalis Farmers Market. Market participants will be listed in the coming weeks. 
This year is our first annual music festival and farmer’s market at Willapa hills Farm. Since 2008 Willapa Hills Farm has been handcrafting natural artisan cheese on their historic farmstead. The creamery produces sheep milk cheese six months of the year and cow milk and sheep/cow milk blended cheese year-round sourcing only the highest quality natural ingredients. 

++ $15 day passes will be available online until June 22nd.
++ Tickets will be available at the event for $20 (cash only please)
++ Additional ticket options include overnight camping and meals. 

Farmers Market: 11am-4pm
Beer and Wine garden: 12pm-9pm
Music by FERN HILL: 1pm-4pm
Dinner service: 5pm-7pm
Music by WHISKEY DEAF: 6pm-9pm

List of confirmed vendors:

• Community Farmers Market at Chehalis
• Willapa Valley Lavender Farm
• Chrisman Farms
• Telegraph Farm
• Centralia Cycle Works
• River House Bake Shop
• Cowlitz Falls Lavender Company
• Three Feathers Emu Ranch and Farm
• Beth Logan's Art
• Coffee Creek Community & Gardens
• Love INC of Lewis County.

Are you interested in vending at Tour De Farms - Music Festival & Farmers' Market? Please email Harry at omroa1@gmail.com if you are interested in participating this year. Please provide a brief paragraph, including your web site, contact information, and a high resolution logo about your farm and what you will provide at your booth.

June 22-23, 2019 from 7:00am-5:00pm

White Pass is home to the Craft Brew Festival. 

We've been talking about celebrating the agricultural history of our WP founders for a very long time.  Our founders grow apples, stone fruits, grapes, vegetables and they are the largest producers of Hops in the world.  For decades, WP has  enjoyed hosting hop buyers from around the world as they visit the Yakima Valley to select hops each year.  Isn't is about time that we celebrated our local growers, brewers and craft industry?  

We'll host the following breweries at the mountain February 6th - 8th.  Cruise by the Sitzmark or the HIgh Camp to enjoy a beverage, and meet up with our friends in the industry. 

Feturing brewers like:

  • Cowiche Creek Brewing Co
  • Packwood Brewing Co
  • Varietal Beer Company
  • Dru Bru
  • Bron Ur Aur Brewing Co
  • Single Hill Brewing Company
  • Triceratops Brewing Company.

For more infomration including a daily schedule visit the White Pass website.

February 6-8, 2019 from 12:00pm-12:00pm

Napavine will be hosting their 40th annual "Christmas on Parade" event on Saturday December 1st starting at 4pm. The parade starts at the Napavine Community Park and ends at the "Welcome to Napavine" sign. 

After the parade all are welcome to come to the elementary school to visit with Santa and get cookies, treats and hot drinks!

Saturday, December 1, 2018 at 4:00pm

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

13th Annual Pioneer Pie Social at the historic Borst Home

Wednesday July 4 11:00am-2:00pm

11:15 Music by Chris Gunther

Pie for sale by the slice

Silent auction


1:00 Pie Auction


Blueberry Pancake Breakfast and Hot Dog Lunch at Chehalisfest

Saturday July 28 8:00am- 3:00pm

Blueberry Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, fruit, and juice or coffee for $6.00

Lunch (starting at noon) will be hot dogs, chili for $3.00

Wednesday, July 4, 2018 11:00am-2:00pm

Celebrate summer during ChehalisFest, a day filled with fun for the whole family. 

Activities kick off with a pancake breakfast and then an All-American hot dog barbecue lunch hosted by the Lewis County Historical Museum. The Backfire Band will perform and Bethel Church will host a KidZone with bouncy house favorites Downtown.  Book N' Brush will feature a Where’s Bigfoot scavenger hunt, and SWW ARTrails will feature an art sale and artists at work on the sidewalks.  Chehalis businesses will offer a variety of fun experiences and incredible sales and specials. Have fun with kids’ activities at ”Summer Play on Whitworth Way,” hosted by Westminster Presbyterian Church and find “Fun Around the Fountain” with the Salzer Valley Band at the Vernetta Smith Chehalis Timberland Library.  The Chehalis Volvo Roll-In is taking place at the Veterans Memorial Museum at 9am and the Chariots Car Club Car Show will display the best of the classics downtown at 9am.  At the Chehalis Airport from 9am-4pm, kids fly free with Young Eagle Flights (ages 8 - 17) and the Scrap Metal VW Club will host the Midway Meet Car Show at 10am.  The Port of Chehalis is giving away 200 free steam train ride tickets for July 28 & 29 that can be picked up beginning July 10 at the Lewis County Historical Museum.

For more information contact Annalee Tobey @ 360-219-7088. And be sure to visit their Facebook page

Saturday, July 28, 2018 9:00am-9:30pm

Come celebrate the peak of the growing season at Cowlitz Falls Lavender Company in Randle. There will be a full week of fresh lavender in bloom so come out and share in the beauty and aroma.

July 13th & 14th Experience: Local crafts including one of a kind jewelry, linens, crafts, and must have items. Tasty treats, sauces, local farm fresh items -Watch demonstrations of our machinery and process. U-Cut floral and culinary lavender varieties. Stroll the field, bring a picnic lunch. Watch us craft award winning lavender oils. Free entry. For more information visit here.

July 6-14, 2019 from 11:00am-5:00pm