Woodland Comes Alive, Planters Days 95
Ready to kick off some summer fun? Head to Woodland for the 95th annual Planters Day Celebration June 15-18, 2017. The festival is family-centric, with entertainment for all ages.
The four-day festival opens with the Carnival at Horseshoe Lake Park at 3:00 pm on Thursday. Other events over the four days will include: Thursday: Children’s Parade, Coronation, Fireworks; Friday: Carnival, Bingo and show events; Saturday: Grand Parade, Markets, and a load of great fun!; Sunday: Car Show, Raffle Drawing, and Talent Contest.
And then there’s the don’t miss events like the annual Fireman’s Barbecue and the chance to cheer on your favorite team on during the annual Bed Races!
Planters Days, first held in 1922, is the longest continuously running civic celebration in the State of Washington. The four-day festival celebrates the completed construction of the dikes along the Columbia and Lewis Rivers preventing the annual flooding devastation that had historically wreaked havoc in the Woodland area.
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