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Celebrate the abundance of the Pacific Northwest this January! Our restaurants take great pride in featuring dishes created from scratch every day. They often feature locally and regionally sourced ingredients, so you’re sure to eat the freshest cuisine possible. When you use our promo code, DMD2019, you can enjoy a 3-course meal for just $33. The promo code is valid Sundays through Thursdays throughout the month of January. Not only is the Long Beach Peninsula a perfect place to get away and experience great…Find out more »
The longest running indoor kite festival in North America returns. The event includes performances, competitions, and workshops!Find out more »
The FisherPoets Gathering is an authentic, creative celebration of life in the commercial fishing industry. A hundred fisher poets from coasts near and far.Find out more »
Make your own kite, fold origami and enjoy games at the Kite Museum during spring break. And don't forget to play the Kite Festival poster game.Find out more »
PAA Artists will enter art pieces in the show for purchase. Come and vote for the People's Choice Award; we award the top four entries voted by the public. Raffle sales benefit our Scholarship program and student art enrichment.Find out more »
The event that helped put the Long Beach Peninsula on the map in the 1940s features free razor clam digging lessons, contests, live music, an annual chowder cook-off and a giant clam fry.Find out more »
Free Fishing Derby for children ages 2-14 from 7 am-11 am on Black Lake. Free pancake breakfast and hot dog lunch.Find out more »
Art, refreshments and fun! Meet local artists and business owners and perhaps take home a masterpiece of your own.Find out more »
The Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco enters its 20th year! This market features more than 70 vendors along the pedestrian-only Waterfront Way overlooking the Port of Ilwaco marina and Baker Bay. Find regional produce, wonderful baked goods, a huge selection of local plants and many homemade arts and crafts.Find out more »