in Carrie Blake Park!
Join us July 19 – 21, 2019 in beautiful Carrie Blake Park for the 23rd Sequim Lavender Festival® FRIDAY July 19 Open 9:00 am to 7:00 pm SATURDAY July 20 Open 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (street dance 7:00 –
Visit Sunny Sequim! Sequim Lavender Festival® is part of Sequim Lavender Weekend. Check out the City of Sequim Website for information about other events in the area.
**LAVENDERSTOCK MUSIC LINEUP** LavenderStock will be performed on the beautiful, state of the art outdoor performance stage built by the Sequim City Band. The stage is located at the James Center for the Performing Arts (Reuse Demonstration Site, 350 North Blake Avenue);
Check out the new 2019 Driving Guide below or download a copy! This is one of the first Marketing pieces developed for the 2019 Festival! Please note that the Sequim Lavender Street Fair is in Carrie Blake Park again this year.
We’re so excited to get our marketing pieces underway in preparation for the 2019 event. Here is our first set of materials – the Rack Card and Poster. After February, all our 2019 materials will have the new 2019 artwork
2019 Lavender Ambassador – Volunteer! Help us welcome thousands of visitors from around the world on behalf of Sequim and Lavender! Give of your time during Lavender Festival, and you will receive: Free 2019 souvenir t-shirt and button Certificate for
We are excited to announce the winner of our Festival Art Contest – Patricia Jollimore. Her wonderful artwork will be on T-Shirts, brochures and all over the festival! Read below to learn more about Patricia. Patricia Jollimore – Contemporary Fine
Special Thanks to our Sponsors for 2019 Please patronize the businesses that sponsor the 2019 Sequim Lavender Festival®! As the largest summertime event on the Olympic Peninsula, our sponsors are an integral part of the Sequim Lavender Festival®. Their support enriches every area
A big THANK YOU to our 2019 Lavender Buds ! The Sequim Lavender Festival® would not be possible without the generous support of our amazing community and local businesses including restaurants, hotels, retail stores, insurance and real estate brokerages, construction and professional services. We
The founders of the Lavender Festival began with a vision of rolling purple fields to replace fallow dairy pasture, restoring the agricultural base of the fertile Sequim Prairie. Since then, cultivation of lavender in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley has grown into