Home  About Us  |  Contact Us
   

   

Volunteer / Day Visit / Tickets / Vending / Camping / Stage / First Aid / Youthopia / ON / Map / Links

Day Visit  

        

   
 

We are primarily a peaceful weekend family gathering that extends well into the evenings. Join Us for the Day Our day visit entry begins at 8:00 am and continues well into the evening.

   Welcome

The Faire attracts folks from all over the northwest and beyond. You'll find folks trading goods, playing music, sharing arts and crafts, dancing and singing. Day visitors may enjoy the enter-tainment offered in all areas. Stage happenings, activities in our youth play areas and shopping an array of displays brought by our numerous vendors make it a fantastic visit.

 

   Prepare for Walking

The walk from day parking is lengthy. A round trip walk, to the faire and back to your vehicle again, is about a 2 1/4 mile walk. It is an enjoyable walk, full of interesting sites, friendly people and wonderful smells and sounds created by the eclectic array of love, life and festival energies. You may want to bring a pack or cart for hauling your goods to your vehicle and back. A flashlight may come in handy if you plan on staying on into the evening. Please remember, day pass holders are asked to exit the Faire by midnight. Elderly and disabled parking available. Ask for details upon reaching the first of the parkers.

   No Rave...

We have wonderful music and entertainment but this is not a concert. We're a peaceful family gathering and day pass holders are asked to leave the event by midnight

 

Recycle    Camp Fires Entry Rules
Pet Dogs and Service Animals

 

Non-service dogs are not allowed at the faire. We ask all service dogs check in at the gate.

 

Please be aware of Washington State laws about service animals! Service dogs are trained to perform tasks for the benefit of individuals with physical or mental disabilities- guiding the blind, alerting the deaf, as well as people prone to seizures or other tasks directly related to a disability.

 

Under the American with Disabilities Act, animals whose sole purpose is to provide comfort, companionship, or emotional support do not qualify as service animals and are not allowed in the Faire.

 

  Non-approved dogs will be turned away at the gate. There are multiple kennels and shelters near by. If you need a copy of the available places, locally, to board your pets, feel free to contact us. Our Faire manager, security officials or Board of Director president will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

 
 

A successful Event

 

ON BOD

Board of Directors

OFF BOD

Board of Directors

Who We Are

Respect!

Volunteer Contacts
 

The Okanogan Family Faire is a 501c4 non-profit organization whose mission supports cultural projects and education in the Okanogan.

Home  |  About Us  |  Contact Us