Community events on Long Beach, WA, have always played a significant role in the fabric of life here. A sense of community permeates the Peninsula area, and local events help foster this as residents and visitors come together at concerts and cultural events, crab and oyster feeds and benefits, programs and festivals throughout the year as well as beach cleanup days. You can attend the Cranberrian Fair, the Garlic Festival or the Wild Mushroom Celebration to taste the bounty of the Long Beach area's local flavors and meet friendly locals and visitors. Long Beach, WA, events of the community commemorate special area and holiday events such as Loyalty Day in May with two different children’s and grand parades and the Old Fashioned 4th of July Parade and Fireworks on the Beach events in July. Celebrate the Christmas season with a Holidays at the Beach event in November and Christmas tree lighting, tuba Christmas concert and bed and breakfast holiday open house events in December, followed by a grand finale of New Year’s Eve fireworks to usher in the new year.
Long Beach Peninsula Events Highlights the Sea
The Long Beach Peninsula has always been a seafood lover's paradise, and the area’s community events stress this. You’ll find a multitude of seafood events such as a community crab feed in January, Razor Clam Festival in April and the Jazz and Oyster festival in August. You can also participate in several fishing events such as the Black Lake Fishing Derby in April, the Blessing of the Fleet in May and the Deep Canyon Fishing Tournament Challenge and the Surf Perch Derby, both in August. These enjoyable Long Beach, WA, events bring the community out to celebrate its coastal lifestyle and also draw many visitors to the area. Check this guide to learn more about Long Beach Peninsula events throughout the year.