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|The events listed below are longstanding, annual activities in Woodland. Most other community events are highlighted on our Facebook Page. Please visit the Woodland Facebook page for up-to-date information about smaller, upcoming, local events.
Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens
The gardens were established by Hulda Klager (1863-1960), who began hybridizing lilacs in 1905. By 1910 she had created 14 new varieties, and in 1920 she started showing her lilacs every spring. She eventually developed over 250 varieties. After her death, the gardens were preserved and then organized into a nonprofit foundation in 1976.
Today the gardens contain more than 90 varieties of lilacs, as well as Victorian gardens and farmhouse.
Address: 115 S Pekin Rd, Woodland, WA 98674
Open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Phone: (360) 225-8996
Planters Days, first held in 1922, is the longest continuously running civic celebration in the State of Washington.
Planters Days is a four day festival, held in mid June, celebrating the completed construction of the dikes along the Columbia and Lewis Rivers preventing the annual flooding in the Woodland area. The festival is family centric, with entertainment for all ages.
Hot Summer Nights on the Plaza
Hot Summer Nights is held on Friday nights, mid July through mid August. The music starts at 7pm and ends at 9 pm at Hoffman Plaza in Downtown Woodland.