Northwest Small Town Festivals You Don’t Want to Miss
Here are just 5 of my favorite small-town festivals coming up this summer.
The garlic fest is, you guessed it, all about garlic. Some of the many interesting foods offered are: Garlic Elephant Ear, Salmon Garlic Caesar Salad, and more. Admittance is $5 General Admission, $4 65+ and Military ID, 7 and under free admission.
This festival includes a civil war reenactment, a parade, and a chance to win the dad of the year award! Admission is always free for everyone and food is available for purchase.
This festival has many activities, from a parade, to a carnival, to sky diving demonstrations. They even have yoga in the park! Admission varies depending on activities you attend.
The Irrigon Watermelon Festival is an annual even held in Irrigon, Oregon each July. The festival consists of a breakfast, parade, games, entertainment, car show and a street dance at the end of the night.
Since its beginning in 1989, the National Lentil Festival has brought national attention to Pullman. The Palouse region of farmlands in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho has a reputation for producing the highest quality lentils in the United States.