Southwest Washington Festivals and Events
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2004 Events by Date
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October 2004
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October 1 - 31
Artists in the Gorge (25th Annual)
Gorge artists display work at Stevenson Community Library.
Call 509-427-5471

Every Saturday in October
Vancouver Farmer's Market
Esther Street at Esther Short Park
Call 360-737-8298

October, 2
Fort Vancouver Kids Digs
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Call 360-696-7659 ext. 13

October, 2
Piece of the Rock Golf Tournament
Beacon Rock Golf Course, North Bonneville.
Call 509-427-5730

October 2-3
Pumpkin Festival
Pomeroy Living History Farm, Yacolt
Call 360-686-3537

October, 7
Alive After Five - Art Walk
Downtown Vancouver
Call 360-993-1318

October, 8
Vancouver Symphony Fundraising Tea
Royal Oaks Country Club
11 AM - 1 PM
$40 per person

Call 360-735-7278

October 8-10
Cranberrian Fair (83rd Annual)
Head to the Ilwaco Heritage Museum to celebrate the harvest with artisans, music, dancing, the 'Bog Bus' and more.
Contact: Ilwaco Heritage Museum 360-642-3446

October 9-10
Mystery Weekend
Intrigue, suspense and family fun. Search for clues in downtown Stevenson.
Call 509-427-7047

October 9-10
One Sky, One World Kite Carnival
One Sky One World gatherings will be held annually around the world to promote protection of the planet, peace, friendship and understanding between all people.
Long Beach

Contact: World Kite Museum 360-642-4020

Saturdays & Sundays Oct. 9 - 31
Pumpkin Lane
Pomeroy Living History Farm, Yacolt
Call 360-686-3537

October, 12
Great Columbia Crossing
This is your chance to be a pedestrian on the amazing 4.1-mile-long Astoria-Megler Bridge, which spans the Columbia River near its mouth.
Participants are shuttled from the Port of Astoria to the Washington side of the river and runners and walkers return across the bridge to the finish line.

Contact: Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber 503-325-6311 or 800-875-6807

October 15 - November 15
Wild Mushroom Festival
Participating restaurants, inns and bed and breakfast establishments offer daily wild mushroom specials. Wild mushroom workshops, field excursions and prix-fixe dinners are also offered. October 15 - November 15.
Peninsula

Contact: Carol Zahorsky 360-704-3020

October, 17
Celebrate Freedom Gala includes fireworks over Columbia River
Vancouver
Call 360-992-1829

October 21-24
Water Music Festival XX
The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Peninsula

Contact: Patti Jacobsen 360-642-3254

October, 24
Pearson Family Fun Day
Pearson Air Museum
Call 360-694-7026

October, 30
Apple Cider Pressing
Cedar Creek Grist Mill
Call 360-225-5832

October 30-31
Headless Horseman
Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, Yacolt
Call 360-686-3559

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