Washington State Apple Blossom Festival
The oldest major festival in the State of Washington draws thousands of visitors from around the world every year during the last weekend of April and the first week of May.
This 11-day festival is built around great food, entertainment, great events and losts of fun!! At blossom time, the food and entertainment begins at Memorial Park and continues through the entire celebration.
Enjoy the food and entertainment while walking around the arts and crafts fair. There is a Youth Parade the first Saturday and the Grand Parade the second Saturday, a golf tournament, children's art exhibits and much more. For further information call (509) 662-3616 or visit www.appleblossom.org.
Wenatchee Taste of the Harvest Festival
Celebrate the local harvest season in Downtown Wenatchee!! Held in the middle of Wenatchee Avenue the festival includes: an Improv Chef contest, Hurry Up & Wait waiters race, live music, local wine tasting, harvest market, food court, craft vendors, children's activities, a fine art exhibition and of course, great downtown shopping in between. Contact the Wenatchee Downtown Association for more details at www.wendowntown.org or call (509) 662-0059
Les Schwab's Classy Chassis Parade & Car Show
Always the first weekend in May, this event has become and Apple Blossom Festival tradition with antiques, classics, customs, hot rods, muscle cars, race cars, motorcycles, and tractors--- everything from old to new.
The festivities begin with a Friday evening parade in the heat of East Wenatchee, followed by an all-day car show on Saturday at Eastmont Community Park. Apple Bin Races, auto related vendors and food vendors round out the Saturday festivities. For mor information call the East Wenatchee Events off at (509) 886-6108 or visit www.east-wenatchee.com/classychassis.
Wings & Wheels Festival
Held the first weekend in October, this festival commemorates the famous Pangborn-Herndon first non-stop, Trans-Pacific flight in October of 1931 from Misawa, Japan to what is now East Wenatchee. The festival takes place at Eastmont Community Park and Pangbhorn Memorial Airport with free shuttle bus servie between locations on Saturday.
Festivities include a car show, motorcycle fest, fly-in, carnical, free entertainment, free kid's activities food and craft fair; and much much more. For more information call (509) 886-6108 or visit www.east-wenatchee.com/wingsandwheels.