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Mother's Day weekend the AMALAK ladies group puts on its annual Plant and Book Sale. This is a very well-attended event and the prices are extremely reasonable. Make plans to arrive early for the best selections. Kalama Chamber holds their annual Spring Clean Up Day the first Saturday in May, a great volunteer opportunity to help spruce up Kalama!

Not to be outdone, the Lions Club puts on a wonderful Father's Day 
at the Community Building. Speaking of the Lions Club, they also have monthly Bingo games at the Community Building on the Second Sunday of each month.


Every July the town enjoys the Kalama Fair and Downtown Parade. Fair Princesses, Queen Coronation, and 4H activities all take place.  In August, downtown Kalama is filled with with antique cars for the Untouchables Car Show and the All City Garage Sales the weekend of the third Sunday in August.


Halloween in Kalama is always a great safe event for those young trick-or-treaters. 1st Street is closed down for a couple hours so the ghostly creatures, super heroes, and princesses can safely go from one business to another to receive their trick or treat! 


Christmas arrives in Kalama around the first weekend in December. The Fair Board hosts a Bazaar and Pie Sale.  The Kalama Chamber sponsors a free holiday event at the library as well as The Festival of Lighted Floats Downtown Parade. (We no longer hold the Festival of Lighted Boats in the river due to challenges with finding boat participants and volunteers for the festival). Of course there's the Holiday Light Display in Toteff Park all month long as well.

Watch our facebook page for updates and the upcoming events bar on the right side of this page for more info on events happening soon! 


*Not all events listed are sponsored and organized by Kalama Chamber of Commerce

Upcoming Events

Festival of Lighted Floats

Saturday December 3rd 2022 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm is a downtown Holiday Parade and Shopping/Dining event. First Street will be closed from 4-6pm to cars and open only to pedestrian traffic followed by the parade. Santa will be doing photos near the library building, the Chamber will be selling hot cocoa, and our merchants welcome you to eat, shop and find a spot to watch the parade. The parade will move south on First Street from Ivy Street to Elm Street. Parking is located along W Frontage Road near the pedestrian overpass. The parade will begin at 5pm and the street will re-open immediately following. Please consider having a float in the parade!! Anything lit with holiday lights works great. CLICK HERE to enter the parade. 


Join us for a lit Holiday Parade, Santa photos, hot cocoa and merchant specials on First Street in downtown Kalama! The parade starts at 5pm and will move south from Ivy Street to Elm Street. Parking is located along W Frontage Road near the pedestrian overpass. 

Festival of Lighted Floats Parade & Holiday Shopping Event - Dec 3rd 4-6pm

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