The 2014 Mill Creek Festival and Street Fair on Saturday July 19th and Sunday July 20th is a popular, fun, and free event for the whole family to enjoy.
The festival is produced by the Mill Creek Business Association.
Plan to attend Mill Creek’s biggest party of the year!
This year’s event will continue to feature the elements it has in the past, with more artisan booths than ever before, new roving artists, new northwest bands on stage, more food vendors and an even bigger Kid’s Plaza.
This event is free to the public.
This year’s event will feature:
- Artisan Booths which are juried and feature only handcrafted items
- Neighborhood Business Booths
- Food Court
- Main Stage with live entertainment
- Beer and Wine Garden
- Community Stage with local acts
- Children’s Activities Area
- Pet Plaza.
The festival will continue to be a street fair, with the location on Mill Creek Blvd. (behind Albertsons) and heading up a portion of 161st (between Bank of America and Rite Aid).
The Mill Creek Festival will run Saturday, July 19th from 11 am to 7 pm and Sunday, July 20th from 11 a.m. To 5 p.m. The main stage at the beer and wine garden will have continuous, live entertainment throughout the weekend and the area will stay open for an extra hour on both days.
The community stage offers kid-friendly entertainment throughout the weekend.
The children's area will include a rock climbing wall, a giant bouncy slide, a bouncy obstacle course and a dunk tank. There will be activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, or having your picture taken with a super hero.
The Mill Creek Festival is the dog friendliest festival ever! It is one of the few festivals in the area that allows you to bring your well mannered dog on a leash.
In fact there is a whole Pet Plaza with vendors who have all sorts of accessories, care, and compassion for your pet. The whole family will love the animal acts at the Pet Plaza Arena! Visitors are encouraged to get their own family pets involved in the fun.
For the families still looking for that perfect pet to make their family whole, FurKidz 911 and other pet shelter/adoption groups will be conducting ongoing pet adoptions on site.
Festival organizers suggest that attendees take advantage of the free shuttle service that will be available from Jackson High School during festival hours.