Kettle Falls Town & Country Days

Town & Country Days is a tradition in Kettle Falls.  It has been held annually since the town moved from the shores of the Columbia River in the 1940's.  Town & Country Days is held on the first weekend of June.

 The festivities begin on Friday with live entertainment on the main stage, the opening of the food and craft booths, the beer garden and the 5k “Grumpy Grouch Fun Run.”  The fun continues on Saturday with the 3 on 3 “Slam Jam” Basketball Tournament, the Town & Country Days Parade, the Show & Shine Car Show and activities for the kids. The "Town Grouch" and the Weatherman Award is also announced on Saturday.  On Sunday, the community churches join together for a church service.

June 06, 2015 at 11am - 2pm
Kettle Falls Town & Country Days
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
United States
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Sally McQuain · · 509-939-6769

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