Ridgefield First Saturday: Bacon, Baseball, & Bingo!

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Ridgefield First Saturday: Bacon, Baseball, & Bingo!

February 1 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC-7

Free

It is Ridgefield’s first ever BaconFest! You will be transported to a sizzling bacon paradise featuring all things bacon and baseball. Immerse yourself in bacon-inspired food, baseball drills and thrills, and BINGO! It’s a festival that will make your mouth water!

9-11AM: Bacon Breakfast Bar
Savor the flavor of breakfast’s favorite side item – the greatest food on earth – BACON. Taste a variety of bacon inspired goodies.

9AM-2PM
-Bacon and Baseball board games
-Raffle prizes every 30 minutes featuring Raptors tickets and other gifts for bacon and baseball lovers.
-Wear your favorite baseball jersey or bacon t-shirt for photos at selfie stations, inflatable bacon & eggs, Rally and Spudder players
-Pop-Up Art Gallery and Kids Crafts with Ridgefield Art Association
-Fun with Books sponsored by Friends of Ridgefield Library
-Farmer’s Market & First Saturday vendors

10-12:30: Indoor and Outdoor Baseball activities
-Run the bases with Rally the Raptor
-Baseball drills with the Spudders baseball team
-Bacon walk
-Bacon & Baseball trivia
-AND MORE!

12:30PM: After baseball bacon sweet treats

1-2PM: PLAY BINGO!

AROUND TOWN
Downtown businesses and restaurants are open. Take a walk to check out the stores, sales, parks and eateries.
BLT Sandwich Special for $5 @ Season’s Coffee Shop
Valentines and flowers for kids @ Ridgefield Floral & Gifts
8PM: Live Music @ The Sportsman’s Public House

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Details

Date:
February 1
Time:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC-7
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://ridgefieldwa.us/event/first-saturday-february/

Venue

RACC
510 Pioneer St
Ridgefield, WA 98642 United States
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Organizer

City of Ridgefield
Phone:
(360)887-3557
Website:
https://ridgefieldwa.us/

*Event status cannot be confirmed due to Covid-19.

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