Sedro-Woolley’s Loggerrodeo is held each year during the week around July 4th.
Sedro-Woolley staged it’s first 4th of July celebration in 1886, making it the oldest continuous celebration in the state, AND Sedro-Woolley is the chainsaw carving capital of Washington
The weeks festivities consist of more than a dozen events. Here are a few:
Loggerodeo Fireworks: Brilliant blasts of exploding color light up the black night sky in grand display this July 4th, starting at dusk at Riverfront Park. With its convenient location right next to the carnival, there is still time to visit the carnival after the fireworks show ends as it is open until midnight.
Chainsaw Carving. The contestants start with huge slabs of cedar and over several days transform them into unbelievable works of art. Many pieces, both large and small are also for sale.
Sedro-Woolley Riding Club Rodeo And if all the above is not enough, The Sedro-Woolley Riding Club Rodeo is held each year over a two-day period. There are bucking broncos, barrel riding and Rodeo Queens! It is truly a spectacular event. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for Seniors, children and military members.