Lynden Dutch Treat

Takes place citywide in Lynden. Halloween Day, from 2:00-5:00 p.m., bring your little ghouls (Ages 12 & under, Please) around town to get some scary good treats from your local Lynden Chamber of Commerce members! Keep your one good pirate-eye out for the “Lynden “Dutch Treat” signs in front of participating Lynden Chamber of Commerce member businesses at Fairway Center, Lynden Towne Plaza, downtown Lynden and other locations. 

Pumpkin Patches – Jump aboard the apple bin express to the u-pick patch at Bellewood Farms. Take a drive to the county to Stoney Ridge Farms patch for u-pick or we-pick pumpkins or out to Home Farm Family.


Pumpkin and apple time at Stoney Ridge Farm!! 🎃 🍎 2092 Van Dyk Rd, Everson.
The pumpkins are turning orange on the vines and the apples are ripening on the trees!
The Gavette family is once again sharing their farm at harvest time with the community.
We will be open the first four Saturdays in October starting October 2. We will be open three Fridays this year starting with October 8.
Saturday hours are 10 AM – 5 PM.
Friday hours are 12 PM – 5 PM
Closed on Sundays.
Home Farm Family,  8020 Kickerville Rd. Blaine.

If you’re looking for a fun and educational outing for your family our U-Pick farm is the ticket! 

Come out and pick the perfect pumpkin for your fall decor!
Visit their website to view our daily u-pick hours and learn more about their farm!

Cramers Western Town, 956 Van Dyk Rd, Lynden.

Dan Cramer’s Western Town hosts events including birthday parties, weddings, company parties, and more! We can host events outside at our location located in beautiful northern Whatcom County where you can enjoy the open country with scenic mountain views. Inside, we can offer undercover events in our rustic, western-themed barn regardless of weather. We also do wagon rides, mobile petting zoo, and western-style decor for your event—for kids and adults—an enjoyable and memorable one.


In the event of inclement weather, this schedule may change. Please check our daily calendar, before coming out, to verify hours. 


Also in  Lynden, the return of Scream Fair to the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds will be welcome news to adrenaline junkies hoping to scare up a good time. This year’s theme, “Nightmare Theater,” promises visitors will not only encounter “relics abandoned and left to rot in the dark,” but also “the ghosts of space, history, and time” who have awoken and are out for revenge. Needless to say, parental discretion is strongly advised. When: 7pm-10pm Oct. 22-23, 29-30 and 7pm-9:30pm Sun., Oct. 31.


Where: NW Washington Fairgrounds, 1775 Front St., Lynden. Cost: $10-$12 (make a return trip for an extra $5). 


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