Parade Registration & Details
National Night Out
Welcome to SeaScare
Wednesday, August 8, 2017
This will be the 16th year for this local event. Hatched as an idea to replace Brierfest, the Park Board, got creative and developed this festival centered around the business core of Brier.
See the Pictures
Spend a day with Barnacle Billy|
- We did.
for all the pictures.
Join us as the people and sea creatures of Brier get together for a casual evening of fun. Gather the kids on your block and enter the parade - the theme is scary sea creatures, octopi, pirates, boats, nautical or any sea related idea.
All kids, classic car owners and anyone with a great parade idea are encouraged to participate. And, there will be prizes.
Click Here - To register on line
A "Jolly Roger". Don't know what one is:
Date: circa 1785
: a black flag with a white skull and crossbones formerly used by pirates as their ensign
Be sure to design your own special flag (Jolly Roger) for your group in the parade! Here are a couple samples of different Jolly Rogers.
This year the parade will again feature a variety of entertaining participants, local classic cars, race cars and a couple bands including the KD and District Pipe Band. There will be our favorite usual entrants and anyone else interested in joining the fun. And, there will be a few prizes.
After the parade there will be musical entertainment sponsored by Brier Pizza and Pasta
Brier Salmon Derby Sponsored by the Fish Market at QFC - This year look for a staff member and get a FREE ticket to the drawing for the big fish. Must be present to win, drawing will be held right after the parade - down by Brier Pizza at the announcement booth.
Schedule of Events
Sea Cucumber Day at Brier Elementary - June TBA
At Brier Elementary, during our annual assembly, Barnacle Billie helps Carmichael the sea cucumber emerge from his tank to predict the weather for SeaScare. If Carmichael sees, or does not see, his shadow a prediction of nice weather will be made (FYI - sea cucumbers don't have eyes).
Kidscare - Friday, August 4 - 11:00 am
Parents and kids! This year the kids will make something special,
then walk with the library staff in Brier's SeaScare Parade. - More Information
SeaScare - Wednesday evening - August 8, 2017
Brier Salmon Derby sponsored by QFC - This year look for a staff member and get a FREE ticket to the drawing for the big fish. Must be present to win, drawing will be held right after the parade.
- 6:00 pm - Parade check-in and line up - Check in will be on the north side of 232nd on Brier Road. Click Here for complete details.
- 7:00 pm - The Brier Realty Porch Light Parade
The parade begins just north of the library (232nd) and moves south down Brier Road ending just past Brier Realty (238th).
Register for the parade on-line - Click Here
- Following the parade - Salmon Derby, pie eating contest, there will be musical entertainment by the KD Pipeband,
Beer Deck, a live band, fire truck display, plus an art and classic car show.
- 6:30 - 8:30 pm - Food Drive - Benefiting Concern for Neighbors Food Bank. Look for the barrel near Jason's Java.
- 7:00 - 8:30 pm - Book Sale - Sponsored by the Friends of the Brier Library. This will be held next to Brier Grocery.
- 6:30 - 8:30 pm - Special Seascare Sodas at Jason's Java
- Right after the parade and Salmon Derby drawing - Pie eating contest - always a favorite - chocolate cream
- Following the parade - Tap your feet to live music - Sponsored by Brier Pizza and Pasta.
Beverages, food and other services will be available from all the merchants during the event.
Are you a local business? Interested in a sales opportunity? - Click Here for more details.
We encourage you to support your local businesses and neighbors. And, we thank them for all their support in the production of this event.
Sponsorships are available - Are you interested in sponsoring a portion of this event? Click Here - for more.
Parade Registration | Sponsorship |
Special Thanks to Our Sponsors|
For further questions you can contact any of the current Park Board members and volunteers:
Ken Overstreet - (206) 498-7426
For pictures of this event - Click Here