Multicultural Festival

09/07/2019 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Overlook Park
Address: 113-131 S Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA


We are excited to announce Ridgefield’s 2nd Multicultural Festival!


Sept. 7th | 9am – 3pm
Downtown Ridgefield


Celebrate what makes us great! Come say hello to your community, have tons of fun and learn about different cultures!

It’s the second annual Ridgefield Multicultural Festival! Spend the day in downtown Ridgefield to connect with your community, have fun, and learn about different cultures! The event will showcase Ridgefield’s traditional heritage and introduce visitors to cultures from around the world through live music, dance performances, storytelling, sporting events, kids activities and a wide range of ethnic vendors.


The Multicultural Festival Vendor Village will open at 9 AM in Overlook Park and feature Farmer’s Market, First Saturday, and Multicultural vendors; and food vendors serving Indian cuisine, BBQ and other ethnic dishes. Many hands-on activities will be offered at vendor booths, as well as a Passport Activity that explores the history and customs of other nations. Visit the Native American Village, a section of the festival dedicated to showcasing the Chinook Indian Nation and its history in the Ridgefield area; immerse yourself in indigenous culture with hands on activities, children’s crafts, music, demonstrations , and artisan vendors. Read on below for a schedule of events.

Explore downtown Ridgefield and visit the Family History Zone at Ridgefield Community Library or DISCover Golf Course at Davis Park. Old Liberty Theater will have two showings during the festival: Kirikou and the Sorceress at 2PM (children’s matinee), Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World at 7PM. For more details, see the City’s website at

Showcase a Country’s Flag

Our goal is to celebrate cultures at home and around the world. In order to create a festival atmosphere and to showcase the many places that Ridgefield families have roots, we plan on having flags of all nations along Pioneer Blvd and Main Street in the downtown area, as well as around the roundabouts. Fill out a flag application here. 

Event Schedule

9AM Opening and Welcome

9AM Multicultural Vendor Village opens

  • Farmer’s Market, First Saturday and Multicultural vendors
  • Food vendors including Stanwich, C&J BBQ, Chutneys & Foodie Blues
  • Lost of hands-on activities
  • Pick up game cards for Passport Activity

Live Performances on Stage

11:30 Wine garden featuring Windy Hills Winery

2PM Children’s matinee
Kirikou and the Sorceress @ Old Liberty Theater

Native American Village
Learn about the Chinook Indian Nation and its history in the Ridgefield area. Immerse yourself in indigenous culture with hands on activities, children’s crafts, interactive maps of the local languages and tribes, and artisan vendors to enjoy. Chinook Artist Greg Robinson will be one site exhibiting his carvings, as well as doing some carving during the event.

All-Day Fun Around Town

7PM Film
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World @ Old Liberty Theater

Become a Volunteer or Vendor!

We would love to have you join us!

Check out our Facebook page!

Thank you to our sponsors!

“We are a progressive organizing group, bringing together people in Ridgefield, Washington.



“Humanities Washington’s mission is to spark conversation and critical thinking using story as a catalyst, nurturing thoughtful and engaged communities across our state.”


“Kaiser Permanente was founded on the radically simple idea that everyone deserves the chance to live a healthy life. That’s why you can find high-quality care and coverage in one place.”


“Serving hand-crafted boutique coffees from around the world.  These specialty coffees are roasted fresh and locally by Stumptown Coffee Roasters.”

Lava Java is raising money for Multicultural Festival by selling origami art by owner Phuong Tran at the coffee shop, located at 2 S 56th Pl, Suite 102. Artwork will be on sale throughout the month of August. Stop by and check it out!


“We work with American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native artists and communities to promote revitalization, appreciation, and perpetuation of Native arts and cultures across the United States.”



“Yaculta supports Perkins Pacific, Pacific Power Group, Southwest Products and the Nordstrom Family Office by providing leadership, finance, IT, accounting and marketing services to enhance the day-to-day operations at each company.”

The Ridgefield Art Association is dedicated to promoting art in the community.