3 DAYS! JUNE 2, 3, 4, 2017
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Call Valerie at 206.335.9665

Edmonds Waterfront Festival
The Rotary Club of Edmonds
As part of the world's largest service club organization, our membership represents a cross-section of the community's business and professional men and women. The world's Rotary Clubs meet weekly and are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races and creeds.

If you are interested in the Rotary Club of Edmonds, join us for lunch. The club meets Tuesdays at 11:30 a.m. at Salt & Iron (201 4th Ave N, Edmonds).

You can visit us online at www.edmonds.rotaryclub.pro
Rotary Club of Edmonds
Community Projects Benefit:

Music 4 Life

Boy Scouts

Scholarships for 
Edmonds High Schools 

Rotary First Harvest

Edmonds Food Bank


Guardian Ad Litem Program

David Stern 
Police Officer
of the Year

Edmonds in Bloom

Trinity Place

Fish Bite Back!

Dates:        June 2-4, 2017
Times:      Friday 3pm to 10pm, Saturday 11am to 10pm, 
                   Sunday 11am-7pm
Location: Port of Edmonds Marina, 
                   358 Admiral Way, Edmonds WA. 98020

Admission:  $4.00 Admission. Children 12 & under are free.

The PORT OF EDMONDS welcomes the 30th Annual EDMONDS WATERFRONT FESTIVAL hosted by the Rotary Club of Edmonds. This annual festival is a major fundraiser with proceeds supporting Rotary programs and services. Among programs that benefit include college scholarships for local youth, support for YWCA transitional housing for women and their children, YMCA Partners with Youth, Boy Scouts, literacy, housing and water projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America and Rotary First Harvest service to local food banks. Please visit www.edmondswaterfrontfestival.com for a complete listing of the programs and services the Rotary Club of Edmonds supports. The setting for the festival is the beautiful Port of Edmonds Marina that is home to over 1200 boats and named the 2006 National Marina of the Year. When you come to the Waterfront festival you’ll find something for everyone in your family to enjoy. Here are some of the attractions:

THE MAIN STAGE to be determined.

SHUTTLE TROLLY will be on hand to help make your visit to the festival a snap. 

FOOD ROW will offer taste-tempting treats from over 15 food booths.

THE WILLOW CREEK (aka Deer Creek) FISH HATCHERY will offer free fishing for kids Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm. This event is hosted by Edmonds Laebugten Salmon Chapter and has become a traditional favorite attraction.

12th Annual CLASSIC YACHT DISPLAY sponsored by Pacific Northwest Classic Yacht Association will be in the water all weekend long. Bring your sea legs and stroll the docks marveling in the beauty of yachts built as early as 1928 and up to 73’ long. The craftsmanship is unsurpassed and you have to see the beauty of these boats to believe it. Up to 20 will be on display. Meet the owners and tour these beautiful boats.  www.classicyacht.org

Classic Boat Display will showcase several Mahogany gems on trailers on the festival grounds. Marvel at the meticulous woodwork that went into the boats of yesteryear. Talk with the owners on how to care for these beautiful boats and what is under the hood. 

HYDROPLANE DISPLAYS: get your picture taken with some of the fastest boats on water that you see racing at Seafair and Tri Cities.

THE KIDS’ ARCADE will have tons of fun stuff for the kids. Inflatable rides, carnival games, face painting, rock climbing wall, bungee trampoline, paintball gallery and lots and lots of cool stuff for the youngsters.

ARTS & CRAFTS is always a favorite attraction. Glass art, pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, and much more.

MUSIC AT THE PIER – SEA JAZZ will kick off its 5th year in conjunction with the Edmonds Rotary Club Waterfront Festival and will feature live jazz. You can see these award winning musicians from the Edmonds School District at 3PM on the FAMILY STAGE. Throughout the rest of the weekend they will be performing in the Port of Edmonds Public Plaza.

GOING GREEN-The Boy Scout troops of Mount Baker Council will monitor the trash for the grounds of the Festival and the Waste Warriors of the Sustainable Community Stewards of the Snohomish County WSU Extension Service will cycle the waste stream. Last year ½ ton of organic waste was diverted from the landfill through your efforts.


All vendors: Valerie Claypool 206.335.9665
Sponsors & Entertainers: Craig Cooke 425.489.7900 Extension 1 
General Information: Valerie Claypool 206.335.9665
Media Contact: David Kaufer 206.455.2929 David@KauferDMC.com

An early poster from the festival.