Always Free Admission!

Victor Gonzalez, and his family welcome you to Victor’s Lavender Festival, July 15, 16, 17 in Sequim, Washington at . One of Sequim’s oldest and most important lavender locations with over 4,000 plants including more than 37 varieties designed by this world-famous lavender grower and farmer.

                Fri/Sat – 9am- 6pm
Fri/Sat – 7pm-10pm Barn dances

Sun – 9am-5pm

Workshops, lavender products, music, food, and one of the most knowledgeable farmers in the country … this is the place to be!

Victor

Victor’s Lavender Farm located on Olympic Hwy less than a mile west of Kitchen Dick Road a working farm loaded with activities for the annual festival, part of Sequim Lavender Weekend. Join Victor, Maribe and guests for special workshops, live music, great food and beverages from Bella Italia in Port Angeles, u-pick, expert lavender knowledge, handmade products, and more!

PLANTS FOR SALE
We have thousands of plants for sale – more than 20 varieties in fabulous colors. As one of the largest plant propagators in North America, we have the choice and selection you desire. And if you want fresh-cut lavender, you can cut it in the fields, or we will cut if for you.

U-CUT
Gather and cut your own lavender! $8 bundle.

LAVENDER EXPERTS HELP YOU OUT
We have lavender experts on hand throughout the weekend to answer all of your questions — real-time with real experts. There is no one in the valley who has this much knowledge and experience. Victor is the last remaining of the original Sequim lavender farmers. 

PRODUCTS
Maribel Gonzalez manages a fantastic line of lavender-based products made on the farm. Specializing in sought-after goat milk lotions and spectacular hand-made goat’s milk soap, our products feature year-round skincare. 

FOOD AND BEVERAGES

Bella Italia festival menu being served at Victors Lavender Festival!

Bella Italia from Port Angeles, one of the region’s best restaurants, brings delightful food and beverages to Victor’s. Visit them at bellaitaliapa.com.

STREET TACOS
PNW Rockfish
Carnitas

LAVENDER PEPPER SAUSAGE
Uli’s Famous with Walla Walla Sweets

FRESH OLYMPIC COAST GRILLED SALMON

ELOTES
Fresh Corn on the Cob with Crema, Lime & Seasoning

KIDS HOT DOG MEAL
Served with Chips

BEBIDAS
LAVENDER DRY SODA, ORGANIC LAVENDER LEMONADE, MEXICAN COKE, WATER, TOPO CHICO

HAND CRAFTED COCKTAILS

SCRATCH MARGARITA
Featuring – SAUZA HORNITOS

LAVENDER VODKA MARTINI / SPRITZ
Featuring – HERITAGE DISTILLING

LAVENDER BLACK CURRANT CHAMPAGNE

VINO
CHARDONNAY,SAUVIGNON BLANC, PINOT NOIR, CABERNET SAUVIGNON

CERVEZAS – SIDRA
PT BREWING ‘HOP DIGGITY’, MODELO ESPECIAL, FINNRIVER LAVENDER BLACK CURRANT CIDER

Plants outside store
Plenty of plants for sale

MUSIC & DANCE

Friday

  • 3-5pm   Chez Jazz with Sarah Shea
    • An upbeat Jazz/Funk/Classics fusion band playing for many years in the Northwest 
  • 7-10pm Barn Dance with The Backwoods Hucksters
    Food and beverages are available throughout the evening!
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The Backwoods Hucksters

The Backwoods Hucksters bring an updated take on the music of the Appalachian Mountains, including bluegrass and old-time stringband music, plus the African-influenced country blues of the American South. Incorporating the psychedelic dance-band sound of the Grateful Dead, and throwing in a little rock-n-roll, we call our music ˜Mountain Blues™. The Hucksters offer three-part harmonies, anchored by a solid rhythm section of Cort Armstrong on resonator guitar, Paul Stehr-Green on bass, and Adam Amr on drums, and featuring leads by Sean Divine (harmonica) and Joey Gish (fiddle).



Saturday

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Jean Lenke

Jean’s “Jean Therapy West Band” artfully mixes classic 30’s & 40’s Jazz & Blues with free spirited 60’s & 70’s Folk Rock & Jazz-Rock Fusion, celebrating the soundtracks of generations past and present ~ familiar, yet slightly off center, with haunting appeal. 

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The Soulshakers

The Soulshakers are a five-piece band playing classic and contemporary blues covers and originals.

Featuring Ted Hennessy (Albany, NY blues hall of famer) on harmonica and vocals; Dawn Martin on keyboards and vocals; Mike Pace on guitar and vocals, Terry
Smith
on drums; and Gordon Bowlby on bass, we go from Howlin’ Wolf and
Big Joe Turner to The Allman Brothers and The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
It’s all set to a beat that makes you want to get up and dance.

Food and beverages are available throughout the evening!

Sunday


1p.m. to 2 p.m. Family folk dancing with Lynne Clark. Learn simple international folk dances from Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Mexico, Greece and the U.S.

FREE LAVENDER WORKSHOPS

Friday

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Susan Harrington: Great everyday uses for lavender
3:30 to 5 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate

Saturday, July 16

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Pests, diseases, fertilization
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Susan Harrington: Great everyday uses for lavender
3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate

Great everyday uses for lavender workshop
Brighten and refresh your home from your own garden or with lavender products. With in-the-field demonstrations and Q&A, presented by Susan L. Harrington of Labyrinth Hill Lavender, Hansville WA.



MAKE A LAVENDER WREATH CLASS
Wreath Class at the Victor’s Lavender Festival with
Christian Gonzalez. Cost $30, includes supplies to make your own wreath.

  • Friday   11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m – 5 p.m. – join anytime.
  • Saturday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m – 5 p.m. – join anytime.

Christian Gonzalez (son of Victor and Maribel) will be sharing his wreath-making skills. You can make your own lavender wreath throughout the weekend, under Christian’s guidance. We provide all the supplies including freshly cut lavender from Victor’s fields — or you can cut your own.

MAKE A LAVENDER WAND CLASS
Learn how to make a lavender wand with Toni Anderson and Nancy Hanson.  All materials will be provided. $15 per wand.

  • Friday 1 p.m – 2 p.m.
  • Saturday 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

DOGS
Your dogs are welcome on the farm if they are on a leash. Please clean up after your dogs

Friday

  • 3-5pm   Chez Jazz with Sarah Shea
    • An upbeat Jazz/Funk/Classics fusion band playing for many years in the Northwest 
  • 7-10pm Barn Dance with The Backwoods Hucksters
    Food and beverages are available throughout the evening!
The Backwoods Hucksters

The Backwoods Hucksters bring an updated take on the music of the Appalachian Mountains, including bluegrass and old-time stringband music, plus the African-influenced country blues of the American South. Incorporating the psychedelic dance-band sound of the Grateful Dead, and throwing in a little rock-n-roll, we call our music ˜Mountain Blues™. The Hucksters offer three-part harmonies, anchored by a solid rhythm section of Cort Armstrong on resonator guitar, Paul Stehr-Green on bass, and Adam Amr on drums, and featuring leads by Sean Divine (harmonica) and Joey Gish (fiddle).

Saturday

  • 12-2pm Jean Lenke & Jean Therapy West
Jean Lenke

Jean’s “Jean Therapy West Band” artfully mixes classic 30’s & 40’s Jazz & Blues with free spirited 60’s & 70’s Folk Rock & Jazz-Rock Fusion, celebrating the soundtracks of generations past and present ~ familiar, yet slightly off center, with haunting appeal. 

  • 7-10 p.m. Barn Dance with The Soulshakers
The Soulshakers

The Soulshakers are a five-piece band playing classic and contemporary blues covers and originals. From Howlin’ Wolf to Marcia Ball to Big Joe Turner and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. It’s all set to a beat that makes you want to get up and dance.

Food and beverages are available throughout the evening!

Sunday
1p.m. to 2 p.m. Family folk dancing with Lynne Clark. Learn simple international folk dances from Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Mexico, Greece and the U.S.

FREE LAVENDER WORKSHOPS

Friday

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Susan Harrington: Great everyday uses for lavender
3:30 to 5 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate

Saturday, July 16

11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Pests, diseases, fertilization
1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Susan Harrington: Great everyday uses for lavender
3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. — Victor Gonzalez: Plants & plant selection for your climate

Great everyday uses for lavender workshop
Brighten and refresh your home from your own garden or with lavender products. With in-the-field demonstrations and Q&A, presented by Susan L. Harrington of Labyrinth Hill Lavender, Hansville WA.

MAKE A LAVENDER WREATH CLASS
Wreath Class at the Victor’s Lavender Festival with
Christian Gonzalez. Cost $30, includes supplies to make your own wreath.

  • Friday   11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m – 5 p.m. – join anytime.
  • Saturday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m – 5 p.m. – join anytime.

Christian Gonzalez (son of Victor and Maribel) will be sharing his wreath-making skills. You can make your own lavender wreath throughout the weekend, under Christian’s guidance. We provide all the supplies including freshly cut lavender from Victor’s fields — or you can cut your own.

MAKE A LAVENDER WAND CLASS
Learn how to make a lavender wand with Toni Anderson and Nancy Hanson.  All materials will be provided. $15 per wand.

  • Friday 1 p.m – 2 p.m.
  • Saturday 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

DOGS
Your dogs are welcome on the farm if they are on a leash. Please clean up after your dogs

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