Lewis River Fall Fest
Outdoor Fun For All Ages
September 28 & 29 2013
LEWIS RIVER FALL FEST TO INCLUDE NATIVE ART
The Lewis River Fall Fest has announced its 2013 schedule and expanded program plans. The 2nd annual festival will be even more exciting and diverse, with new additions including the area's first Northwest Native American outdoor arts market. Local artists and crafts people are joining the event which aims to promote all aspects of the 'finer things' available in Southwest Washington...including local art, an outdoor Antiques Bazaar, regionally produced wines and microbrews, and outstanding performances on the Festival Main Stage. Fun family activities will include WWII "duck" boat rides, kids' art and crafts, face painting and great food. The Festival will run Saturday and Sunday, September 28 and 29, 2013, at Horseshoe Lake Park in beautiful Woodland, Washington. The non-profit event will raise funds for Woodland's new Scott Hill Park and select local charities. The festival is produced by the Lewis River Fall Fest Committee in conjunction with the Woodland Rotary Club, a nonprofit community service organization. For more information and vendor registration, visit www.LewisRiverFallFest.com.
2012 Fall Fest
The first annual Lewis River Fall Fest was held on September 28, 29 and 30, 2012. The weather was wonderful and the event was a success. The military Duck rides, kid events and the Car Show were highlights. Good times, good friends and all for a good cause. For more pictures, click here.
Located in the beautiful Lewis River Valley at Horseshoe Lake Park in Woodland Washington, this multifacted, three day event focuses on fun activities for people of all ages, with the following planned events:
Main Stage Attractions:
Outdoor Entertainers, Balloon Artists, Face Painting-All Weekend Long!
For Festival Schedule, or to register for the Art, RC Hydrocraft, or Talent Competitions, or to secure an Event Sponsorship or Vendor Booth-go to: LewisRiverFallFest.com