The Granite Falls Mountain Loop Experience is an annual event to celebrate the re-opening of the Mountain Loop Highway between Barlow Pass and the town of Darrington. Started in 2008 as a tri-city event including Arlington, Granite Falls is celebrating their 5th year, and it has grown to become one of the three largest events in the Granite Falls community.
Experience a day of Family Fun in Granite Falls, the Gateway to the beautiful Mountain Loop Highway! Enjoy Vendors, Side-Walk Sales, a Bounce House and other inflatables for ALL ages, Motorcycle Run for adults, a 5K Run/Walk, Flicks at the Falls (Outdoor Movie – Featuring “The Lorax”), Historical Society Concert and more…
PRE-purchased Tickets, available at IGA, KeyBank & Shell will cost:
$15 – Good for One (1) Wristband
$25 - Good for Two (2) Wristbands
$45 – Good for Four (4) Wristbands
These tickets can be redeemed at the Chamber of Commerce Booth on the day of the event for unlimited inflatable use wristbands. The PRE-purchase prices will be valid until the day of the event – so buy early and SAVE!|
Registration Form (For Vendors) (PDF) Inflatables Info (PDF)
Ryan Foxley has been playing music professionally since he was 16 years old when he took a job as campfire entertainer for a wagon train outfitter in the mountains of Western Wyoming. Since that time his musical career has been varied. He has played in symphony orchestras, jazz ensembles, country and bluegrass bands as well as taught music in public schools. He now plays and sings a variety of old-time and western flavored traditional tunes on fiddle, banjo, guitar and mandolin. He is a Sage Arts recording artist with a CD entitled Follow the Plow. He currently manages Littlefield Farm, a horse-powered organic farm near Granite Falls, Washington.
Tickets are available for purchase at Granite Falls Physical Therapy.
$15 per person OR $25 per couple.
June 22nd from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at the American Legion Hall.
Hope to see you there!
Ryan Foxley Flyer (PDF)
The Safety Fair will be in the IGA parking lot and adjacent field, and feature displays, information, demonstrations, giveaways, and more!
Bring the kids and visit with local heroes from the Granite Falls Police Department, Granite Falls Fire District, U.S. Army soldiers in their armored humvee, Search and Rescue with a hovercraft, the Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management, U.S. Forest Service, Sheriff’s Office and others. Bring your out-of-date prescriptions and over-the-counter medications for safe disposal, and visit with a Pharm-a-Save pharmacist who will answer your questions. Emergency and disaster preparedness, and safety tips for your home, fire, neighborhood, school, and community.
Kids can visit with Sparky the Fire Dog, Smokey the Bear, and McGruff the Crime Dog!
Background Photograph Credit: Cecil Andrews