Skagit County Events

September 2018

Bow Little Market

Skagit County • Thursdays June to Sept • 1 to 6 pm
Samish Bay Cheese, 15115 Bow Hill Road

Skagit River Salmon Festival

Anacortes • Sat Sept 8
Celebrate the Skagit River at this fun-filled event at the Swinomish Casino & Lodge. Live music and cultural performances, salmon barbecue, beer and wine garden, youth activities and crafts.

Fall Garage Sale

Mount Vernon • Fri Sept 21 to Sat Sept 22
Shop from more than 140 vendors at the 26th annual Fall Garage Sale at the Skagit County Fairgrounds in south Mount Vernon. Live music, food and more.

Oyster Run

Anacortes • Sun Sept 23
On the fourth Sunday in September, rain or shine, Anacortes is taken over by more than 10,000 leather-clad bikers during the annual Oyster Run, making it the largest motorcycle run in the Pacific Northwest. Motorcyclists ride along scenic backroads west to Anacortes, often stopping to enjoy the local oysters. The Bow-Edison area is one popular stopping point before the free main event. The Anacortes event includes motorcycle vendors, musical entertainment and oysters, and middleof-the-street parking for thousands of motorcycles.

Uncorked, Woolley Wine & Music Festival

Sedro-Woolley • Dates TBD
Celebrate the fall harvest season; local wine and food and music at Eagle Haven Winery in a scenic vineyard just outside of Sedro-Woolley.

Founders Day

Sedro-Woolley • Dates TBD
Sedro-Woolley celebrates its past with games, a museum open house and honoring one of its pioneering families. The event kicks off with a community breakfast at the Sedro-Woolley Community Center.

Anacortes Antique Engine and Machinery Show

Anacortes • Dates TBD
At the corner of Market Street and T Avenue near the W.T. Preston snagboat for those interested in old-time gadgets and gizmos.

Burlington Harvest Festival

Burlington • Dates TBD
Teams use catapults of all sizes to fling 8-pound pumpkins hundreds of feet through the air. Children can build small cars out of zucchini and play games, and everyone can enjoy food from local vendors.