May 26, 2024    
11:00 am - 7:00 pm


1207 10th St, BELLINGHAM, WA, 98225, PNW

Event Type

Fairhaven Festival

Sunday, May 26, 2024 (11:00 AM – 7:00 PM)

The historic village of Fairhaven hosts “Bellingham’s Biggest Street Fair” – the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend!

Celebrate the athletes as they cross the finish line of the 50th annual Ski to Sea race w. a day of live entertainment, food vendors, maker’s market w. 70+ vendors, craft beer & wine garden and a kid zone.

Explore Fairhaven’s local restaurants, bars and coffee shops as well as a variety of boutiques, art galleries and gift shops. Fun for all ages!

Fairhaven Festival Mission: To gather people together in community to celebrate Ski to Sea while sharing the beauty of Fairhaven Village and supporting local and independent artisans through their handcrafted food, drink, goods and music with the goal of drawing people back time and again.

Are you interested in being a volunteer? CLICK HERE

Parking in Fairhaven Village!

There are several lots that are accepting a donation for parking: Hillcrest Church – 14th and Larabee (suggested $10 donation), Sacred Heart Catholic Church – 14th and Knox (donation requested) and St James Presbyterian Church – 14th St and Filmore (donation by QRC).

Western Washington University Lot C – Bus to Fairhaven:  WTA’s red line bus (Route 1) will run three times an hour between downtown and Fairhaven. Four extra buses have been added for the day. Route 14 runs leaves downtown and hits Western Washington University’s C before proceeding to Fairhaven. That route leaves every 45 minutes on race day. Cost is $1.00 each way or you can use a WTA bus pass. Don’t hassle with traffic and parking, take the BUS! For more information, call 676-RIDE or visit www.ridewta.com

Lowell Elementary School – 15th and Taylor. Parking is free.

RIDE YOUR BIKE! Let’s Bike Bellingham is offering free, safe bike parking that will be available to everyone who attends Fairhaven Festival. Ride your bike, follow the signs, and find the bike valet just off the bike path as you enter Fairhaven, near OVN (10th St.) They will watch your bike while you enjoy the festivities!

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