Lynden Highlights

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Lynden. Lynden’s 26th annual Lighted Christmas Parade was on December 3. It was a beautiful site watching the colorful lighted parade of trucks, tractors and floats roll by. Edaleen Dairy was the title sponsor for the event. The sidewalks on Front Street were packed with parade spectators. The Realtors┬« at our office ladled up home made complimentary cups of hot soup during the parade. We were serving seafood chowder, taco soup, broccoli cheddar soup, meatball soup, salmon corn chowder, chicken noodle & more! If you missed out on our soup night, please be sure to visit us next year as this has turned into an annual event. Just remember to come early as we run out of soup in just over an hour! We all enjoy something free and delicious, right!
The whole day was fun-filled with family activities. Sinterklaas, from The Netherlands, entertained children and adults during a breakfast at the Lynden Community Center. The Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunt was throughout town at participating businesses. The scavenger hunt draws a huge crowd and if your lucky enough to win the gifts are pretty spectacular. Lynden also has a tree lighting and community caroling. We hope you were able to participate in the festivities around town! If not this year we hope you can make it next year! Be sure to check out The Lynden Chamber of Commerce for year round events happening in Lynden, Washington.
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Ten Things To Do In Lynden


1. Explore Berthusen Park with its historical barn and old growth forest.

2. Pick up a baked from scratch treat at the Lynden Dutch Bakery.

3. Climb on the 24,000 sqft Million Smile Playground, constructed by volunteers.

4. Experience all the sights and sounds coming from the Jansen Art Center.

5. Walk along Lynden’s interurban trail system for a leisurely afternoon.

6. Learn about the rich history of the Pacific Northwest at Lynden Pioneer Museum.

7. Shop in one of the many eclectic shops including antique and thrift stores.

8. Pick a variety of fresh berries straight from the fields during the season.

9. Taste the wines at family-owned Samson Estates Winery.

10. Enjoy a delicious farm-made ice cream cone from Edaleen Dairy.
Visit Lynden Chamber of Commerce for community information and more! Call the Muljat Group North if you are relocating to Whatcom County ~ 360-354-4242