Plan Your Weekend at Skagit Eagle Festival 2013
The Skagit Eagle Festival is a month-long celebration during eagle-watching season in eastern Skagit County. Activities take place in Concrete, Rockport and Marblemount every Saturday and Sunday in January. The festival features a variety of free tours, walks, and educational programs where you’ll learn not only about these majestic birds, but also about the beautiful areas along the Skagit River where they return each year. Presentations will teach you about grizzly bears, how to photograph wildlife and scenery, and much more. You and your family will also have the opportunity to enjoy arts & crafts, wine tasting, river rafting, music, dance and a wide variety of other outdoor and indoor activities. Bring your camera, dress for unpredictable January weather, and come join us for one of the most uplifting and entertaining events of the year!
HOW TO PLAN
1. Choose the weekend that’s most convenient for you.
2. See all the details for each of the 4 weekends, below.
3. Reserve your lodging, if you get to spend a night or two.
4. Get ready for a great time, at your own pace.
Please note that some activities are repeated each weekend, on both Saturday and Sunday; other events are one-time only, offered on a Saturday and/or Sunday during specific weekends. Download the BROCHURE (PDF 1MB) for a complete schedule, or contact us with questions.
The Skagit Eagle Festival is a collaboration of dozens of agencies, businesses and non-profit organizations, brought together by the Concrete Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to welcoming you to our community.
For more information, please contact the Concrete Chamber of Commerce. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.: (360) 853-8754. Or send an email.
When you visit, please watch for festival signage at activity areas,and remember to stop by the Concrete Center — home of the “Skagit Eagle Festival Information Station” — at 45821 Railroad Avenue in Concrete. The Concrete Center is open each Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to provide assistance, information, coffee and rest rooms. There will also be arts and crafts vendors, raffle tickets and festival souvenirs available for purchase.