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March 2020

Coastal Celtic Music Festival

March 6 @ 5:00 pm - March 8 @ 10:00 pm
Long Beach, WA 98631 United States
$30 – $100

Second Annual Coastal Celtic Music Festival. This year will bring 12+ bands, new venues, dancers and workshops! 3 day festival that will span March 6-8. Tickets are now available.

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Spring Break Family Kite Fun

March 15 - April 15
World Kite Museum, 303 SW Sid Snyder Dr
Long Beach, WA 98631 United States
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$3 – $5
Man flying a kite

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.

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Mermaid Parade

March 29
Long Beach, WA 98631 United States

Long Beach, Washington shellebrates International Mermaid Day with it’s first annual mermaid parade! The Long Beach Mermaid Parade, will start at 1 pm, Sunday, March 29, 2020. Mermaids, mermen, sea creatures and land lubbers are invited to join in the fun. Open to all ages, this family friendly art parade will include both walkers, push/pull carts and motorized float entries. Prizes for entries will be awarded. The first 20 preregistered parade participants will receive a special VIP pass to Merlandia Art Trail at Queen La De Da’s Mermaid Sandcastle, a commemorative art item by Artist…

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April 2020

PAA Spring Art Show

April 3 - April 5
Long Beach Train Depot, 102 NW 3rd St
Long Beach, WA 98631 United States
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Free
Peninsula Art Association Spring Art Show

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.

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Long Beach Razor Clam Festival

April 11
Long Beach Long Beach, WA 98631 United States
Free – $10
Long Beach Razor Clam Festival

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.

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