Our community loves special events and we miss being able to offer them in the same way. Due to the pandemic, however, some of our regular events are modified or canceled. Please contact the Chamber for updates. Below are some of the annual events you’ll usually find in Concrete:

Skagit Eagle Festival 2022
January – TBD

Fourth of July  
Sunday, July 4, 2021
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Main Street/Town Center
Contact the Chamber

Concrete Youth Activity Day 2021
Activities & Schedule TBD

Concrete Vintage Fly-In
July 2021 – CANCELED
Concrete Vintage Fly-In Facebook Event Page

Cascade Days 2021
August 21, 2021 — One day only!
Contact Cascade Days Association
Call 360-853-7867
Cascade Days website

Concrete Ghost Walk 2021
Evenings in October – TBD
Tickets required in advance.
Contact the Chamber

Murder Mystery Evening
October 2021

Tickets required in advance.
Contact the Chamber

Halloween Trunk-or-Treat
October 2021

Contact the Chamber

Holiday Lane 2021
Schedule TBD
Main Street, Concrete
Contact the Chamber

Can’t wait for the Skagit Eagle Festival in January?

We can’t wait for the Skagit Eagle Festival to begin again, either! And in fact, you don’t have to wait — there may be eagles to see right now. Visit Rockport State Park or walk along the Skagit River and visit the Interpretive Center during the December and January.

Howard Miller Steelhead Park houses the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center.

Stay tuned for more Skagit Eagle Festival activity announcements!

The Skagit Eagle Festival

The Skagit Eagle Festival is a month-long celebration during eagle-watching season in Skagit County. Activities take place in Concrete, Rockport and Marblemount every full weekend in January. During December and January Visit the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center at Howard Miller Steelhead Park (Saturdays and Sundays) or Rockport State Park (Fridays – Sundays) for a variety of free tours, walks, and educational programs where you’ll learn not only about these majestic birds, but also about a variety of wildlife and the beautiful areas along the Skagit River where they live or return each year.

Bald eagles, among the largest birds of prey, are opportunistic meat eaters often seen in local parks and greenbelts. Their winter migration to the North Cascades provides an opportunity to observe and photograph them in groups, feeding along riverbeds or roosting in trees in numbers that only occur from December to February when they come from as far away as Alaska to feast on carcasses of salmon that spawn, then die, along the upper Skagit River. Get up close and personal with a self-guided tour of the Marblemount Fish Hatchery, a visit with a Forest Service Eagle Watcher Volunteer (at Howard Miller Steelhead Park, Milepost 100, or the Marblemount Fish Hatchery) or a-3 hour heated drift boat tour with Skagit River Guide Service (1-888-6-SKAGIT)

Special presentations during the Skagit Eagle Festival will teach you about a year in the life of an eagle, how to photograph wildlife and scenery, and much more. Bring your camera, dress for unpredictable winter weather, and come join us for one of the most uplifting and entertaining events of the year!

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