FARMERS DAY PARADE 2016! SATURDAY, JUNE 4 COME AND CELEBRATE LYNDEN’S 125TH BIRTHDAY WITH A PARADE!
Parade starts at 10:30 a.m. and can be viewed along Front Street in Lynden, running from 10th Street east to 3rd Street. Please feel free to park anywhere north of Grover Street and walk south to Front!
CELEBRATE THE 125TH BIRTHDAY OF LYNDEN WITH A “LITTLE” STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE! 1,250 FEET OF STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE!!!
A trial run of the Lynden 125th Birthday Shortcake proved the need to have 300-400 helping hands to create this festive food! When competed, the shortcake should produce around 6,000 to 7,500 servings.
WANT to HELP? Email your name and contact number to events-at-lynden.org!
Following the Lynden Farmers Day Parade, the Lynden community will be coming together to build the World’s Longest Shortcake! At 1,250 feet long, this delicious Lynden Dutch Bakery-made shortcake will meet up with Curt Maberry Farm strawberries, Edaleen Dairy ice cream and some Darigold whipped cream!
GET READY TO RAZZ! MORE INFO COMING SOON!!!
FRIDAY, JULY 15 – SATURDAY, JULY 16, 2016
Vendor Application Form Click Here
Do the Razz! Curt Maberry Memorial 3-on-3 Entry Forms Click Here
Looking for something special for someone special? Looking for real value for your dollar? Looking for knowledgeable advice and to being treated like you matter? Shop in Lynden and you can have it all! With a history of working with consumers who are looking for quality and value, Lynden business owners have for generations treated customers as customers should be treated: The reason they are in business.
S & H Auto Parts is not only staffed with knowledgeable staff to help find great gifts, but a car buffs experience! You can even munch on a little popcorn while you shop!
When shopping in Lynden, you’ll find hand-made gifts from local producers, made with the same love your Grandma put into each and every stitch.
The Hen House, located in the Dutch Village Mall in downtown Lynden, offers a large selection of hand-made gifts, home decor and unique one-of-a kind finds at great prices!
When you shop in Lynden, you are also doing more than just gaining a possession, you are supporting a community. Most Lynden businesses are locally owned, keeping your spending rolling through the community over, and over, and over. These local businesses support local youth teams, arts programs, education and other organizations that make Lynden what it is. Local businesses are also active in promoting Lynden and the unique situations that arise being a small local business.
Dave VanderHoek, second generation business owner of Dave’s Sports Shop, answers questions from local and federal elected officials about being a small business owner.
The businesses are here to serve you, the customer. You will be treated with respect, kindness and with value. So come on home; come to Lynden!