Known as the Peace Arch City, Blaine is nestled in the northwest corner of Washington State sitting on the international border between British Columbia,
the United States. The City of Blaine epitomizes the best of small town charm
and is strong in maritime heritage.
Check out our restaurants, fun activities and places to stay.
Wednesday - January 8, 2014
Location: Blaine Pizza Factory
738 Peace Portal
Time: Noon to 1 p.m. • Lunch
This luncheon is open to all chamber members, area businesses and guests. Planning on attending? Please RSVP to email@example.com
Join us and help your business gain exposure in our community.
Blaine Holiday Harbor Lights
Community Tree Display
As part of Blaine's Harbor Holiday Lights festivities, we are offering businesses and community groups an opportunity to promote your activities as well as express your “Holiday Spirit” by displaying a decorated tree downtown on “G” Street Plaza. All trees need to be decorated and displayed by Friday, December 6. The public will cast their vote for the best decorated tree up to December 14. The winner will receive a gift basket with goodies from local businesses. Space is limited, so please contact Carroll Solomon: 332-4544 or Debbie Harger at 543-9982 by December 1 in order to participate.
For complete details on the Community Tree Display, please download the official PDF Poster withh all the deatails by
December 31, 2013
Annual Ring of Fire & Hope
Location: Birch Bay Waterfront (from Pt. Whitehorn to Birch Bay Village)
Time: (approx.) 7 p.m.
Revelers ringing in the New Year start with lighting road flares along the Birch Bay shoreline. Anyone can participate. This is a spectacular sight as the bay becomes a ring of fire, signifying hope for the coming year. Everyone participating is encouraged to bring their own flares. For more information contact the Birch Bay Visitor's Center, 7900 Birch Bay Drive at (360) 371-5004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 1, 2014
Annual Birch Bay Polar Bear Plunge
Location: 7900 Birch Bay Drive, Birch Bay
I-5 Exit 270 - west to Birch Bay waterfront
Time: 9 AM Registration
Costume Judging: 10:30 AM
THE PLUNGE @ NOON
Started in 1982 by local residents on a dare, this annual ritual draws hundreds of participants and onlookers each year. The Polar Bear Plunge is becoming a destination spot for the the holiday season. Participants some dress in costumes, and come from as far away as Germany, Tokyo, Chicago, and British Columbia to plunge in to the bay's chilly water. (No prizes awarded for amount of time spent in water.) Complete details at www.birchbaychamber.com