2015 Auburn Art Walk
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Mexican Independence Day &
Latin American Celebration


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Event Calendar

Chocolate Walk
January 31, 2015
National Walking Day
April 1, 2015
Kids Art Walk
April 15, 2015
Clean Sweep
April 25, 2015
Auburn Art Walk
May 8, 2015
Auburn 124th Birthday
Celebration
June 5, 2015
Auburn Days
August 14 – 16, 2015
Auburn Health Fair
August 22, 2015
Auburn Art Walk
September 11, 2015
Mexican
Independence Day &
Latin American
Celebration
September 13, 2015
Halloween Harvest Festival
Oct. 24, 2 – 5 pm, 2015
Veterans’ Day Parade
November 7, 2015
Santa Parade
December 6th, 2015

Welcome to The Auburn Downtown Association

For over 100 years the city of Auburn has provided visitors and residents the opportunity to discover why this town is like no other. Auburn is the land of two rivers, home to two nations and spread across two counties. Located between Seattle and Tacoma in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, Auburn is the perfect place to work, play and spend a lifetime. It is a warm, embracing community where people still stop to say hello.

Come see our new Downtown Plaza Parks and Promenade on our historic Main Street, the new home of events, parades and festivals! Browse through the event calendar and add your favorites to your 2013 experience calendars.

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History of Auburn


In 1893, a large group of settlers from Auburn, New York moved to Slaughter, and renamed the town to “Auburn.” Due to this history, when Auburn was building its second high school in the mid-1990s… Auburn was originally incorporated as “Slaughter,” named after William Slaughter, who died in a Treaty War in 1855. At the time, the main hotel in town was called the “Slaughter House.”

» Then & Now

 

Attended our latest event? Tell us your opinion!

Please let us know your experience at events! When you complete the survey, your name will go in a drawing for a gift certificate from one of these downtown businesses. How cool is that?!!”

Tax Credit Incentive Donors:

• Puget Sound Energy