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Tulip Festival

  • Meet at the George Washington Statue (map)
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Engage in great conversation and community building while learning about tulips at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the destination events for the Pacific Northwest, held from April 1-30, celebrating millions of tulips bursting into bloom. As with all things governed by Mother Nature, the tulips bloom according to their own schedule sometime during the festival. The tulips allow us to share our corner of the world and showcase Skagit Valley agriculture.

The tulips are generally grown in a 15-mile triangle bordered by Highway 20, the Skagit River, and the Swinomish River Channel. The festival is designed as a driving tour as many events and attractions are miles apart, scattered throughout the lower Skagit Valley.

ADVANCED SIGN-UP BEGINS ON MONDAY, April 1ST AT FIUTS OFFICE (HUB 206)!

Date: April 21st, Sunday

Meeting Location & Time: George Washington Statue at 8:30 AM

Cost: TBD

Who: Everyone

What to bring: Money for food & drink

Earlier Event: April 17
What in the World is FIUTS?
Later Event: April 22
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