Events Calendar

Saturday, August 21 2021

August 21, 2021 - 10:00am - 4:00pm

Photo: Molly Rosenblum/Sam LaStrapes/Kodah

Visitors must adhere to our social distance walking visitor guidelines.

Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden.

For 2022 Dog Days dates click here.

August 21, 2021 - 11:00am - 4:00pm


Visitors to Lynden must adhere to our social distance walking visitor guidelines.

This year, we are offering HOME 2021 as a series of dispersed events spanning the summer. These events will be small, in order to conform with public health guidelines, and will take place outdoors on Lynden’s grounds. We hope that these events, when taken together, will capture the spirit of art, food, and performance that we experienced at the HOME 2019 outdoor festival.

Browse our outdoor market featuring crafts and other goods from Africa, Asia, and Indigenous makers. Participants include:

Al Kahf Grocery Store: African and Asian goods
Ana Cummie: One-of-a-kind Malaysian treats and festive desserts, called kuih, and Asian beauty accessories, brooches, scarves, and dresses
April Sharifa: Traditional and modern fashionable clothes, make up, and bags sourced from Myanmar and Malaysia
Aung Myo Tin: Watercolor paintings of Myanmar landscapes and portraits by various Myanmar artists
Frey Faris: African and Ethiopian crafts and spices
Hmodern Made: Ashley Xiong’s Hmong handmade hair accessories
Lin Yaung Kyi: Myanmar and Rohingya grocery store
Made by Micho: Traditional tea-time and festive bite-sized snacks from the Southeast Asian and South Asian region, such as samosas, Burmese lentil fritters, steamed shrimp wrapped in banana leaf, and steamed sticky rice.
Mchete's African Treasures: Authentic, handmade African and Tanzanian clothing, fabric and accessories, and other African treasures
Native Nation Designs by Sabrina Lombardo: Modern native handcrafted jewelry and wearable art
Rose Onama: African dolls, hair wraps, scarves, and small handmade gifts
Rumaneh Nourish: Simple, natural and nourishing skincare products inspired by owner Bisan Musa's Palestinian heritage
Song of the Sun Ceramics: Indigenous ceramic jewelry and pottery
Yenepa Herbals: Indigenous herbal products and medicinal remedies
Zura Rahim: Offering a complete meal, along with snacks as dessert. Burmese Mohingya, rice noodle and seafood based soup; Khaja, Indian dessert fritter; and the famous must-have Malaysian Cendol, iced sweet dessert with an appealing coconut milk base.

The list of participants is being updated regularly.

For a complete listing of HOME 2021 events, click here.

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