Saturday Feb. 23rd, 2019
11:00am – 5:00 pm
Bellingham Cruise Terminal
355 Harris Ave, Bellingham, WA 98225
Bring your friends and family to meet face to face with Apparel and Gear Manufacturers, Retailers, Outfitters, Outdoor Media, Activity Clubs, Stewardship Organizations and representatives from your favorite local recreation events and races. Explore Washington’s outdoor recreation opportunities to find new ways to get outside and play.
See the list of 2018 Exhibitors
Check out the 2018 schedule of Demos, Speakers and other specials (including Smokey Bear!)
Sign-up now to win a door-prize & bring cash to win amazing raffle prizes and to enjoy a Boundary Beer while you browse.
We are excited to share that StrEAT Food will be staying open during the Expo so you can enjoy their delicious fare while you’re here. Boundary Bay Brewery will be on site as well (please bring cash for the beer).
Please note that dogs are not allowed inside the Cruise Terminal.
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Read the latest Expo news from The Confluence
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