In celebration of its fifth anniversary, George Washington Inn and Estate with its panoramic views, will provide the backdrop for this exciting event. The sunny weather on the North Olympic Peninsula attracts many visitors to its famous “blue hole”, also known as the Olympic Rain Shadow. The incredible experience will allow you to enjoy Sequim’s famous 17 year old agri-tourism event in the heart of America’s Provence which has become known as the Sequim Lavender Weekend. The setting for this inaugural music festival is a beautiful 10 acre lavender farm with a replica of George and Martha Washington’s beloved Mount Vernon as its iconic focal point.
Make plans to bring your lawn chairs or blanket, relax on the inn’s front lawn and enjoy some of the finest baroque and early American folk music as it wafts through the ocean air from under the portico of George Washington Inn.
Other Interesting Facts About the Area:
Average annual rainfall: 16 inches
Sunny days per year: 306
Miles of hiking trails in nearby Olympic National Park: 600
Number of glaciers in the Olympic mountains: 266
Number of bird species in Dungeness Wildlife Refuge: 250
Number of elk roaming the Sequim area: 50-60