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August 22-Sept 2, 2019
Evergreen State Fair
Monroe, Washington

August 28-Sept 1, 2019
Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days
Walla Walla, Washington

August 30-Sept 22, 2019
Washington State Fair
Puyallup, Washington

August 31-Sept 2, 2019  30th Annual Blackberry Festival - Bremerton, Washington


September 6-8, 2019  58th Annual Huckleberry Festival
Bingen, Washington
Family fun! Carnival, parade, food, talent show, classic car show, entertainment, and our famous bratwurst and micro brew fest. Fresh baked huckleberry pies, jams, jellies, syrup, and other huckleberry items will be offered at the Huckleberry Pie booth.

September 14, 2019 - Brady's World Famous Oyster Feed
Westport, Washington
Oysters served every way you love them! Proceeds benefit clean water and scholarships.

September 19-21, 2019  29th Annual Wenatchee River Salmon Festival
Leavenworth, Washington
Held each fall to celebrate the return of the salmon to the Wenatchee River. Fishing Talk & Casting Demos, Reptile Isle to Kids in the Creek, Gyotaku fish printing to Animal Track making, Salmon Sing-A-Long to Native American dancing.

September 20-21, 2019  5th Annual Arts & Draughts Beer & Wine Festival - Port Angeles, Washington
Join us for a traditional small town Oktoberfest - a Fermentation Celebration!  A giant beer garden in the heart of downtown Port Angeles, the waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca on one side and the towering majestic mountains of the North Olympics  on the other side.  Sample tastes from over 20 Washington state breweries, wineries and cideries while listening to live entertainment all weekend long.  Full street of local artists and crafts people who make and  produce hand made original arts and crafts, festival food vendors, art galleries, walking tours and more.  The little town with a big heart invites you to see the local natural splendor, enjoy our hospitality, soak up some fantastic live entertainment and drink down a rich assortment of beers and wines of all varieties and flavors!


September 20-21, 2019
Inland NW Craft Beer Festival
Spokane, Washington
The Inland NW Craft Beer Festival will welcome 30 craft breweries pouring over 100 different types of beer, including a selection of pumpkin beers. Live music and food will also be part of this celebration of the Inland NW craft beer scene.

September 20-29, 2019
Central Washington State Fair - Yakima, Washington
For the purpose of promoting, developing, and cultivating an interest in Agriculture and Horticulture in Central Washington.

September 21-22, 2019 - The Nourished Festival - Seattle, Washington
The Largest Gluten Free, Allergy & Special Diet Festival in the United States.  Whether you're looking for specialty products that taste great or trying to learn how to cook and bake to meet your dietary needs, the Expo is the place to be!

September 22-October 31, 2019  Snohomish Festival of Pumpkins
Snohomish, Washington
A fall tradition cherished by Puget Sound families. 200,000 visitors each year will tell you it's WAY more than pumpkins! Fresh country air, wide open spaces and tons of fun activities for all ages. Visit all five farms!  Pumpkin Hurl & Medieval Faire; Zombie River Walk; Schak-Tober Fest; Pumpkins in the Park & Scarecrow Row; Haunted House.  Attendance: 200,000.

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September 8, 2018  6th Annual Oktoberfest - Shelton, Washington
Little Creek Casino Resort.  Beer, German Cuisine, Live Entertainment & More!

September 28-30, 2018  Everett Sausage Festival - Everett, Washington
This festival is a family-oriented weekend fair centered around a Bavarian theme. From our traditional Bavarian dinner to a variety of food booths, children's games, the family entertainment stage, bingo, carnival, and Bavarian beer garden, there is something for everyone.

September 29, 2018  16th Annual Fresh Hop Ale Festival
Yakima, Washington
Voted one of the top ten beer festivals in the nation, Fresh Hop Ale Festival is a celebration of the hop and craft beer industry.  The Yakima Valley produces 75% of the United States' hop crop, and this festival showcases the unique beers that are produced with our valley's hops.  For a beer to be considered a “fresh hop ale,” it must be produced with Yakima Valley hops that were picked no more than 24 hours prior to brewing. This is a one-of-a-kind beer festival that is only possible in the heart of hop country!  Attendance: 3,500.

September 29, 2018  Pumpkin Pitch and Harvest Festival
Burlington, Washington
Held annually on the last weekend of September, this is Washington State's original pumpkin hurling competition. Picture this…. medieval type machines hurling pumpkins through the air, zucchini car races, pumpkin painting contest and lots of kids activities, all for FREE!  Pumpkin Pitch, Pie Eating Contest, Make your own Pumpkin Cookies, Zucchini Car Races, Pumpkin Painting, Bouncy House, Food Vendors.

September 29-30, 2018  Northwest Tea Festival  - Seattle, Washington
The Festival is a fun and educational event about the multifaceted world of tea. Our goal is to provide experiences covering all aspects of tea, from the cultural to the historical and the sensory to the scientific.

September 29-30, 2018  31st Annual Festa Italiana Seattle
Seattle, Washington
Actually a week-long series of events held the last week of September and culminating in a major Italian Festival at Seattle Center.  Celebrity Chefs, Cooking Demos, Children's activities in the Kid's Courtyard, Italian and Italian-American arts and craft, a Pizza Toss, an Italian Classic Vehicle show, Bocce Tournament, Historical Photo Display. Plus Pizza, Pasta, Prosciutto, Salami, Focaccia, Gelato, Espresso and more!  Festa's World-Famous Grape Stomp - Jump in with both feet and make wine as they used to in the old country. Put together a three-person team and compete for T-shirts and great prizes.

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September 22-23, 2017  Westport Maritime Festival
Westport, Washington
Celebrating Westports Maritime History and Salmon Lore. Bring the kids to explore "FIN" the migrating salmon. Enjoy smoked salmon, beer garden, games, vendors and a fantastic music line up.  All on the grounds of the Historic Westport Maritime Museum. For vendor sign up or more info call 360-268-0078.



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September 12-18, 2016  Washington Organic Week (WOW)
Statewide, Washington
Washington Organic Week, or WOW!, is a week-long campaign to connect consumers to Washington organic growers and products. WOW! offers unique opportunities for consumers to meet organic farmers and learn about the healthiest, freshest and most environmentally friendly food available. See website for details of the numerous events.


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September 20, 2015  9th Annual Bite of Bellingham
Bellingham, Washington
Come indulge your taste buds at the 9th annual Bite of Bellingham at the Depot Market Square! Hosting a selection of more than 20 Bellingham area restaurants with cuisine ranging from Cajun and pub fare to modern American and Asian, the Bite is an all-ages, fun and affordable event! Admission is free, bite tickets are $1 each.



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