The City of Sedro-Woolley is proud to present Loggerodeo, however it is not a Chamber of Commerce event, for more information please go to the Loggerodeo Website.
Held the Week of July 4th, Loggerodeo is Washington’s oldest continuous 4th of July celebration. It features logging contests, parades, carnival attractions, a fun run, and a must see rodeo.
For information or details for the Loggerodeo event or schedule, please visit www.loggerodeo.com Thank you!
Nearly every kind of activity awaits visitors and county residents during the weeklong celebration of Sedro-Woolley’s logging and rodeo history.
Sedro-Woolley staged its first Fourth of July celebration in 1886, making it the oldest continuous celebration in the state, according to the Sedro-Woolley Chamber of Commerce. The town is also considered the chain saw carving capital of Washington, the chamber said.
Activities fill the weeklong Loggerodeo celebration.