Sequim Irrigation Festival now set for October

Kick-off dinner, float unveiling rescheduled for September

SEQUIM — The 125th Sequim Irrigation Festival has been rescheduled for Oct. 2-11.

The festival was originally set for May 1-10 but has been postponed due to the precautions taken against the spread of COVID-19.

Royalty was crowned in March. Judges selected Lindsey Coffman as queen along with prince Logan Laxson, princess Alicia Pairadee and princess Olivia Preston.

Syndey VanProyen was chosen by fellow contestants as Miss Congeniality.

The kick-off dinner and float unveiling, originally set for later in March, have been rescheduled for the evening of Sept. 19 at 7 Cedars Casino.

The festival will begin with Crazy Callen Weekend beginning Oct. 2 and will end with the grand finale Oct. 11.

All festival events will follow the same day of the week and time format as the original festival schedule.

Organizers emphasized that these are target dates and could change if circumstances warrant.

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