Banquet Permit: Allows the service and consumption of liquor at a private, invitation-only banquet or gathering held in a public place or business. Banquet Permits are available online. Examples include weddings, company banquets, retirement parties, or club, organization or church events. Apply online at https://lcb.wa.gov/licensing/online-banquet-permit
Call 360-664-1600, Lopez Island
The Building, Plaza, and Commercial Kitchen at Brickworks are available for rent. Please visit our Calendar for availability. Information regarding rates and policies may be downloaded here and a copy of our rental agreement here. If you would prefer to have someone else tidy up the building after your event, click here to view the menu of cleaning options available.
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! We would be pleased to have your party at the Farm. The summer is the best time of year for outdoor weddings on San Juan Island, as that is when the lavender is in bloom and we do not have any indoor facilities. Specifically Mid-July to Mid-August is the best time of year for the fields to be at their “peak of purpleness”.
Snug Harbor Resort's new event room is the perfect environment for your next wedding, corporate retreat or family reunion. We now have the facility to take care of many kinds of events. Our event room can be set up in a dining format, conference setting, or classroom setting for up to 60 guests. One corner has a couch and chairs in front of the fireplace for a more intimate gathering spot. There is a large private patio, exclusive to the event room. We have a dedicated kitchen and full audio and visual capabilities and internet. The waterfront location, looking into picturesque Mitchell Bay, makes this an incredibly special place to host your next event.
For the quintessential San Juan Island, Washington wedding, Friday Harbor House's stunning marina views offer an amazing ceremony site to exchange vows. Incredible views, delicious food, and the comfort of knowing that your wedding and reception are in professional hands make Friday Harbor House the perfect place to celebrate your special day. Our guest services specialists are available to assist you with your reception menu selections, set up, and event coordination.
The Harrison House Suites is perfectly suited to groups traveling together. The Inn, along with our neighbor property the Tucker House Inn, can accommodate upwards of 70 guests. Let us know the configuration of your party and we can help choose the perfect accommodations for your group.
Call 800-407-7933, Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
Sailing aboard our traditionally gaff-rigged vessels engages your senses and takes you to another place in time, a time away from a busy world. The experience and the ship are filled with the history, adventure and romance of a by-gone day. Close your eyes and you'll hear the wind in the rigging and the water against a wooden hull, smell and taste the fresh salt air, and feel the gentle motion of the boat as she glides through the sea. These sensations have been shared amongst seafarers since the dawn of sail.
Our church motto is “Blessing our Island since 1860.” We are a Christ centered congregation proclaiming the life transforming love of Jesus Christ, dedicated to meeting the spiritual and personal needs of people in our congregation and community.
San Juan County Park is open for day use and overnight camping on San Juan Island. Reservations for Summer camping (May - September) are strongly recommended at this popular campground. See Camping for information on making reservations. This beautiful park, located on the west side of San Juan Island, includes rocky bluffs and gravel beaches that overlook Haro Strait with views to the Straits of San Juan de Fuca and Vancouver Island. Most sites have water views across an open meadow surrounded by trees. Park amenities include water, flush toilets, small picnic shelter, picnic tables, beach and boat launch. Click here to read about the park's "colorful, rich" history.
Call 360-378-8420, San Juan Island
San Juan Vineyards, a destination winery located on beautiful San Juan Island, Washington. Come explore our vineyard and visit our tasting room. San Juan Vineyards was founded in 1996. Yvonne Swanberg has been operating San Juan Vineyards since 2002, and now is the sole owner. We are the only commercial operating vineyard and winery on San Juan Island.
Call 360-378-9463, San Juan Island
For intimate events or parties of up to 150 guests, Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes offers spectacular ceremony sites and reception locations on San Juan Island that both nature lovers and sophisticates will love. Our stunning log Great Room overlooking Neva Lake provides a warm reception atmosphere, perfect for an unforgettable Friday Harbor wedding. Lakedale's Event Coordinators would love to assist you and your wedding planner with your once-in-lifetime event (and we are crazy about second-time-arounders too!)
Call 360-378-2350, San Juan Island
The Brickworks Project is a major initiative by the San Juan Islands Agriculture Guild (www.sjiagguild.com) to re-purpose an historic property in the heart of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, Washington. Situated at 150 Nichols Street in Friday Harbor and taking its name from its original role, the project most prominently includes the restoration of the original building and its re-purposing, along with an outdoor Plaza, Green and Stage, to provide a community gathering place for a variety of local food-based, educational and cultural activities and events.
A beautiful, historic landmark for your intimate island wedding. if you continue out of town for a mile, turn left on Douglas, go another mile and look up cemetery hill, you will see a “beautiful little Gothic church, (now on the official Washington State Historical Register.) It was constructed almost wholly by volunteers of the congregation…” Begun in 1878, incurring no debt, and four years in the building, the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church nicknamed “The Valley Church” was dedicated to the Lord on July 8, 1882 by the Presbytery and the congregation led by Pastor T.J. Weekes.