City of Woodland – Hot Summer Nights & Movies in the Park
The City of Woodland is again presenting in 2022, Hot Summer Nights & Movies in the Park. This is a Friday family night fun for the young and old starting Friday, June 24th, 2022. Activities start at 5:30 PM with a $5 dinner provided by the VFW, live bands start at 6:00 PM going until 8:30 PM followed by family friendly movies starting at dusk ~ 9:00 PM.
All activities are outside and dependent on weather. Check out the City of Woodland website for theme for the night, movies and bands throughout the summer 2022.
Guild Klady Centennial Orchard
The Guild Klady Centennial Orchard honors the Woodland history of agricultural and development. In 2015, three Eagle Scout candidates selected the orchard as a joint project undertaking landscaping, historical horticulture, restoration and construction of many of the features at the Orchard. In 2016, the Orchard was dedicated to the founding families who homesteaded the area. Information about the history and the orchard are illustrated on the back of the sign. The orchard is open to the public. Picking of the fruits at the orchard are free and open to the public. The Port publishes updates on their Facebook page for harvesting. The Port maintains the Orchard as part of its development plans with Centennial Industrial Park as a one-acre green space.
Woodland’s 100th Planters Days – 1922-2022
This will be the 100th celebration for Planter’s Day in the City of Woodland. This is an activity that has been supported by contributions by local businesses. Planters days is the longest continuously running civic celebration in the State of Washington that began in 1922 celebrating the completion of the dikes built to stop the annual flooding.
This year’s celebration will begin Thursday, June 16th with a Kid’s parade and coronation of the Planter’s Days Queen and end Sunday, June 19th with a car show, raffle drawing and Weekend Market. This is just a few of the activities that will be happening those days and the days between.
Check out the Planters Days Website for more information on this year’s celebration and and the history going back to 1922.