An annual colonial festival (August 8-11, 2019) with a colonial village and daily reenactments of the Battles of Lexington and Concord at the George Washington Inn and Washington Lavender Farm, located between Sequim and Port Angeles, Washington.

Tickets are available at the gate on all four days of the event. Adult admission is only $15 per adult for the entire weekend. Seniors and active duty military receive a discounted price of $10, teens are $5, and children 3-11 are $2. Kids 2 and under are free.

2018 Battle on Lexington Green
Battle on Lexington Green (Photo credit: Ron Stecker)

The festival is co-sponsored by the educational non-profit George Washington Society and George Washington Inn & Estate.

Learn by doing (Photo credit: Ron Stecker)
Learn by doing (Photo credit: Ron Stecker)

Key participants:

  • NW Colonial Reenactors Association
  • The 7th Company, Brigade of Guards
  • Army of the Columbia Fife and Drums Corps
  • Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Sons of the American Revolution
  • Living historians: George Washington, Martha Washington, Benjamin Franklin, et al
  • Event Directors/Coordinators: Dan Wilbanks, Jane Ritchey
  • Hosts/Proprietors of George Washington Inn & Estate: Dan and Janet Abbott

Email Address: info@georgewashingtonsociety.org

Event LocationGeorge Washington Inn/Washington Lavender Farm

  • 939 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, Washington, 98362
  • Phone: 360-452-5207

Tax-deductible donations to the George Washington Society, a fully recognized 501 (c)(3) educational non-profit organization, are appreciated.

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  1. Berthina A Foland

    I had an Early American shop in Snohomish for about 13 years. Although I have closed, I have access through previous vendors, to offer early American wares at your festival.’
    Items include 13 star flags, tricorns, mob caps, children’s toys, pewter, tin lighting…
    Is this something you are interested in?
    What is the cost for a space?
    If you are interested, I would expect no competition on my goods with other vendors.
    I was at the tea last Saturday and was impressed with what I saw.
    This is truly a venue I wish to support.
    If we can agree to terms, I am able to advertise and promote this show.
    Thank you.


  2. Good Morning Berthina!

    I would be happy to talk with you further regarding your idea. There currently would be no cost for you to utilize the space. I would need to make sure the focus is primarily on the historic themes of our event – our founding history, colonial times, Patriotic Americana, Rev War, etc. I can’t guarantee 100% exclusivity as the D.A.R. & S.A.R. members will often have small items they sell for fundraising which might crossover. There would be no intent to directly compete and we would enjoy having those resources. I would also ask that retail pricing be inline with the nature of our nonprofit educational program (Northwest Colonial Festival) and be competitive with the market.

    There would be no plan to recruit any other vendors in your specialty and I am sure you would find a ready made audience for your products. I would be glad to discuss the details with you further. The event is located outside on the grounds of the George Washington Inn this August 9th – 12th. You may reach me at my email (dlwilbanks@gmail.com) or my cell – 541-817-3353 as needed.

    Thank you for taking the time to drop us a line.

    With Regard,

    Dan Wilbanks
    Event Director
    Northwest Colonial Festival


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