Whatcom County Event Marketing Opportunities


One solid way to bring attention to your small, local business is to become involved with events — as a sponsor, vendor or participant. There are many options to choose from, including small town parades, street festivals, business trade shows and educational conferences.

Below are some events around Whatcom County to research. We’ll continue to update this list as more events arise. Feel free to email us if you know of one that is missing from the list.

Not sure how to market your business and events and trade shows? Read this!






  • Ski to Sea: This annual Memorial Day event brings in 1,000s of participants and event-goers. It is one of Bellingham’s largest events and there are many sponsor, vendor and advertising opportunities.


  • Deming Log Show: Vendors help to make the Deming Logging Show a full range community event. Many local vendors are at the log show each year showing their products and showing their wares.
  • Simply Organized Bride Whatcom Wedding Tour:  Brides, grooms and wedding planners visit wedding venues throughout Whatcom County to get an idea of what’s available.
  • Cross Border Expo: A networking across borders event for British Columbia and Whatcom & Skagit Counties. Features a tradeshow, business and real estate seminars, entertainment, tourism “specials”, real estate tours, and business networking and resource meetings.
  • Lynden Farmers Day Parade: This event is over 100 years old and is a tribute to farmers of the Pacific Northwest. A great family event put on by the Lynden Chamber of Commerce.


  • Birch Bay Music Festival: Vendors have always been an integral part of The Birch Bay Music Festival.  They appreciate your hard work and dedication to your craft.
  • Blaine’s Old Fashioned 4th Festival: Day-long event that brings in 1,000s of people. Many vendor opportunities for the street fair.
  • Fourth of July at Zuanich: Organized by Haggen, Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce and the Port of Bellingham. A day-long event with food vendors, music, play areas for the kids and more. Various sponsorship levels are available.
  • Old Settlers’ Picnic: Annual event at Pioneer Park in Ferndale. Great family event with plenty of vendor and sponsorship opportunities.
  • Raspberry Festival in Lynden: Businesses have the opportunity to sponsor the event on various levels.



  • Hovander Bluegrass Festival: If you are a craft or food vendor, the Festival would love to discuss the possibility of having you included.



  • Port of Bellingham (Holiday Port Festival): Event sponsorship opportunities are available. Reach up to 5,500 people with a Holiday Port sponsorship, a great way to get in touch with local consumers and give your company valuable public exposure.

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