Annual Public Events

Starlight Beach

Starlight Beach Walk
January, 2022

Join Discovery Programs staff and the WSU Snohomish County Extension Beach Watchers for a low tide beach walk under the stars. We'll explore the beach as the tide goes out, then return to the Visitor Station for some hot beverages to take the chill off. Bring a flashlight and dress for the weather. Meet at the Olympic Beach Visitor Station. Co-sponsored by the Snohomish County Marine Resources Advisory Committee and Surface Water Management Division.


Watershed Fun Fair
May, 2022

A fun family event chock full of exhibits, games, crafts, and activities especially for kids. Feed a fish, pet a turtle, learn about backyard wildlife habitat, soil and water conservation and more. Workshops on Natural Yard and Home Care will be given throughout the day. At the Willow Creek Salmon and Watershed Education Center, 95 Pine Street. Call 425.771.0227 for more information. No registration required. FREE

Beach Walk Olympic

Public Low Tide Beach Walks
Summer 2022

 Join a Ranger Naturalist Memorial Day through Labor Day for a guided public beach walk at Olympic Beach free of charge. Learn more about our local intertidal community! Walks coincide with appropriate tides and happen rain or shine. No registration required - FREE 

Moonlight Beach Adventure

Moonlight Beach Adventure
August, 2022

A summer tradition! Join Edmonds Ranger Naturalists and Volunteer Beach Docents for a summer evening program at Marina Beach. Our team will be stationed at touch pools by the water's edge to help you get to know sea creatures brought to shore by volunteer scuba divers from the Marker Buoy Dive Club. You can ask the divers questions and see what they're seeing during their dive through a live underwater video feed. Dress warmly and bring a flashlight. Click here to view a You Tube video of the Moonlight Beach Adventure.

No registration required. FREE


Puget Sound Bird Fest is a celebration of birds and nature. Our mission is to increase awareness of species of birds that spend all or part of their lives in the Puget Sound region, and especially Edmonds. Residents and visitors will have opportunities to observe birds in their native habitats, and learn about ways in which habitat for birds and other wildlife can be preserved and restored in urban and suburban areas. There is something for everyone at Puget Sound Bird Fest.