Fun time at the Everett Sausage Festival

Tonight Sher and I and our daughter and son-in-law went to a neat local festival. The Everett Sausage Festival is a three day fundraiser for Catholic education at the Immaculate Conception/Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Everett, Washington. According to the Festival website this is the 38th year of the festival. There were lots of great vendors selling everything from cooking spices to Alpaca sweaters to hand made jewelry. A full Midway full of rides was also set up .

This is one of those events that is just plain fun. The crowd was mostly locals, most of whom knew each other. The food we had was what you would expect from local concessions. It was great! Hand cut fries served in a tray the size used for a full meal at a Dairy Queen, delicious huge sausage and kraut sandwich, large hot off the grill cheeseburgers filled us all up!

One stage under a tent gave local bands a venue to play. Good music and lots of dancing! Another stage was set up inside a “Beer Garden” that offered different wines. This is a fun festival that is open Saturday from noon to midnight and Sunday from noon to 7.