Birch Bay Drive in at the Waterslides
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- Tickets should be purchased online in advance.
- Customers must remain in their vehicles at all times, except to visit the restroom or the concessions area.
- Customers must wear a cloth face covering when leaving their cars for any reason.
National Night Out – Safety Parade
National Night Out focuses on community and raising awareness through camaraderie. By improving area relationships, the hope is to make our neighborhoods safer. Shining a spotlight on community police programs, National Night Out increases connections between those who serve and their neighborhoods.
You might remember the event we held last August in the Birch Bay Beach Park field. This family friendly event featured fire trucks from North Whatcom Fire & Rescue, BP, Phillips 66, police vehicles from Whatcom County Sheriff & Blaine Police Department, as well as vehicles from Search & Rescue and Boarder Patrol.
Due to COVID-19 and controlling the spread of the virus we are taking some of these vehicles on a safe, socially distanced parade through the neighborhoods in Birch Bay. This would be a great night to BBQ on your front porch wave to your neighbors & watch the parade to come through your neighborhood!
The parade will start at the Birch Bay Waterslides & end at the Sea Links Neighborhood, a route map, and more information are available by clicking the button below.Birch Bay national Night OUt
Labor Day in Birch Bay
If you live in Birch Bay, you know that this is the place to spend Labor Day weekend. The beach, is wonderful for social distancing, swimming, catching crab and sand sculpture building. The new portion of the berm is great for a walk along the bay, and our golf cart friendly zone provides a fun transportation method! The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce has put together some extra, family friendly activities for you to do for Labor Day to end this crazy summer!
Friday night join us for a double feature at the Birch Bay Drive in at the Waterslides! We will be showing Grease and American Graffiti!
Saturday we are hosting a FREE Golf Cart & Bicycle Poker Run along Birch Bay Drive. We will have prizes for the top hands.
Sunday is for crabbing! Enter your catch in our Crab Derby. Bring your crabs to the Birch Bay Visitor Center to be weighed by the one and only Billy Brown.Click here to purchase tickets to the drive in Click here for information on the poker run Click here for information on the crab derby
Sand Sculpture Competition
This year we are taking the Sand Sculpture Competition Virtual! – NOW EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST 14TH, 2020!
Pictures and registrations must be received by (EXTENDED!) AUGUST 14th. Votes will be compiled the first week in August, and prizes will be distributed after.
The only rules this year are:
1) Sand Sculptures must be created in Birch Bay, WA.
2) Please follow social distancing rules & health department guidelines if building with non-family groups.
3) Have fun!More information