Celebrate 50 Years on the Waterfront!

The 2014 Artists and Vendors have been selected!
See who will be at the Coupeville Festival in August!

WELCOME

Join us as we celebrate the Coupeville Festival’s 50th Anniversary, Saturday and Sunday, August 9th and 10th, 2014. Saturday hours 10 AM – 6PM, Sunday hours 10AM – 5PM

2014 Poster by Michele Kempees

2014 Poster by Michele Kempees

Established in 1964, the Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival is one of Washington State’s oldest continuously run festivals. The Festival is renowned for its primary focus on quality arts and crafts, handmade by artisans from the Pacific Northwest as well as many other states throughout the US.

The Coupeville Festival features nearly 200 diverse Booth Artisans representing arts and crafts in 16 separate categories.  It is a juried show.  Booth Artisan applications (online only) are accepted February 1st through April 1st. Watch this link after May 1st to see the 2014 Accepted Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival Artisans.

Downtown Coupeville streets are transformed from a business to a festival atmosphere beginning at 4:00 PM on Friday, August 8th.  The historic town of Coupeville is located on Penn Cove, Central Whidbey Island, WA.  Shoppers, vendors and visitors will all be charmed by the waterfront views, historic buildings and direct beach or wharf access from the festival.

Also on site during festival weekend:  Lively Entertainment throughout both days;  Food Court with snacks and real meals right next to entertainment; Waterside Wine and Beer Garden hosted by the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce (Local to Whidbey wineries provide wine selections); Interactive children’s activities and much more.

Plan early for overnight accommodations!  Coupeville is a small and popular town.

The Coupeville Festival Association is a non-profit, All Volunteer, 501c4 organization. Over 200 Coupeville area volunteers dedicate countless hours toward the success of this annual festival.  All nonoperational proceeds from each festival are invested in the historic Coupeville community in the form of project grants and scholarships.

 
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