Our distinctive purple and gold signs and purple flags identify our member farms throughout the valley. We have Farms on Tour, and you can drive to each farm where there is plenty of !
Directions: If you’re coming from the east, exit onto Washington Street. Just past Blake Sand & Gravel, turn right onto Blake Avenue. If you’re coming from the west, take the River Road exit into Sequim and turn right onto Washington Street. At the east end of Sequim, just past QFC, turn left onto Blake Avenue.
For those using GPS, Lavender Arts and Crafts Faire in the Park is next to 202 Blake Ave., Sequim, WA 98382.
Lavender Arts and Crafts Faire in the Park at Carrie Blake Park /Reuse Demonstration Park
Lavender Arts and Crafts Faire in the Park at Carrie Blake Park/Reuse Demonstration Park is your free family-friendly central source for all things lavender all weekend long. This beautiful park, with great lawns and lovely gardens, provides a relaxing and open area for the entire family. Spend a day at the park, picnic, and enjoy the exhibits, music, great food, and wine and beer garden. More than 100 booths feature lavender, hand-made crafts, and community organizations as well as family activities, agriculture and nature programs. Visit the Shiso Sister City Friendship Garden, the Sequim City Garden, the Northwest Raptor Center with their “ambassador” birds, a genuine hot air balloon., and even more surprises. There is no admission charge for Lavender Arts and Crafts Faire in the Park!Opening Ceremonies
What some of last years visitors had to say:
This is the 3rd year that I have attended the lavender festival. I enjoy it very much. (MN)
Wonderful time! (TN)
Really enjoyed it. Well organized! (WA)
Great weekend. Keep up the good work Emily! (WA)
Very enjoyable. (CA)
Loved it! Love to come and stay longer. (BC)
Awesome as usual!! (WA)
Thank you so much. Enjoyed everything. (WA)
This is my 2nd time. Really enjoyed the event. Very well organized. (CA)
Lovely festival! (Singapore)
The passport with stickers was fun. Great idea. (WA)
The Heritage Lavender Farm Tour™ features unique and iconic lavender farms, representing the heritage and future of lavender, including two of the founding farms of the lavender movement. Each farm is visually distinctive and reflects the vision of its owners and the surrounding environment. The farmers share their techniques for cultivating, harvesting, drying and using lavender. Each farm is a festival all its own with fields of lavender, hundreds of lavender products, workshops, demonstrations, u-cut lavender, crafts, food, beverages, music, and more. Visit the farms at your own pace, relax, and take in the aroma of lavender that fills the air.
Hours: Friday-Monday 10am-6pm
Heritage Lavender Farm Tour™ Tickets: Your advance weekend ticket to all of the farms all weekend is only $10.00 ($15 during the Faire). Admission for active duty military and their dependents is $10. Children 12 and under are free. There is plenty of free parking at all of the farms.
Your Ticket Has Added Value! Win a Sunbonnet Sue quilt!
The Farm Passport - As you visit each farm get your souvenir passport stamped. Visit at least three farms plus Lavender Arts and Crafts Faire in the Park and then turn in your entry form to be entered into a drawing for great prizes including the grand prize – a hand-made quilt donated by the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club. There are serendipities too - a variety of coupons randomly inserted into many ticket packets.
The Sequim Lavender Farm Faire is the annual fundraising event of the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association, a Washington State nonprofit corporation. Lavender Faire funds are used to develop and produce the educational programs of the association, including the bi-annual lavender conference, children’s programs at the Lavender Faire, and educational programs for lavender farmers and the industry. The sale of Sequim Lavender Farm Faire tickets pays for the production, marketing, management, transportation and the city and county services that are necessary to provide our 20,000-plus attendees the highest quality program and services. In addition, our members give back to the community through support of more than 80 community organizations such as the Sequim Food Bank, Sequim Boys & Girls Club/Carroll C. Kendall unit, and Serenity House. We thank our community for its support and the chance to continue with our donations to many fine organizations.The Lavender Season Is Not Over!