Festival of the River
Don't miss the FREE 23rd Annual Stillaguamish Festival of the River & Pow Wow on Friday, August 10th through Sunday, August 12th at River Meadows County Park in Arlington! There will be live music on 2 stages, with 2012 main stage entertainment featuring Jana Kramer, Los Lonely Boys, Lee Brice and many more! Click here for a full entertainment schedule.
Friday, August 10th -- Gates open at 1:00pm (subject to change)
Saturday, August 11th -- Gates open 10:00am
Sunday, August 12th -- Gates open 10:00am
The mission of the Festival is to help people who live and work in the surrounding regions understand how their actions can help make their environmental healthier for people, fish, and wildlife.
Activities for the entire family include:
- Live music on two stages
- Circus troupe from Whatcom County: The New Old Time Chautauqua
- Raptors in rehabilitation display
- Pow Wow PUBLIC WELCOME!
- 5K Fun Run (Pre-register at Brown Paper Tickets)
- Traditional alder salmon bake - delicious!!!
- Children's storytelling and entertainment stage
- Climbing wall
- Interpretive salmon habitat tours along the river and forest edge
- Environmental and wellness exhibits
- Pacific Science Center show
- Stillaguamish cultural exhibit
- Food and craft vendors
- Logging show
- Volleyball and badminton
- And more!
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Parking fee is $5 per car, per day. Pre-purchase at Brown Paper Tickets.
Personal chairs, picnics, etc, are A-okay!
NO ALCOHOL or DRUGS.
Well behaved dogs are permitted On A Leash and with poop bags in tow.
Children's & informational booths close at 6pm. Vendors may stay open until last act. Salmon bake closes at 8pm or when the fish runs out.
Handicapped access: Yes, but it's bumpy terrain throughout the site. We do offer free shuttle service from the parking lot to inside the gates.
We apologize but there is No Public Camping Available this weekend, as the park is full with festival vendors and exhibitors - please check the web for nearby sites. Festival and Pow Wow participants may camp on the grounds. Thank you!
For more information visit Stillaguamish.nsn.us!