The Lynden Downtown Business Association (LDBA) is made up of nearly 100 members who promote and enhance the success of downtown Lynden, providing a unified voice for business owners and help marketing themselves to locals and visitors alike. The group had a big part in revitalizing Lynden’s charming Front Street, with its clean, safe, bikeable and walkable location — which also offers free parking for shoppers. In 2016, the LDBA helped Lynden win $25,000 from America’s Main Street, a national contest that awards one lucky town a grand prize to be used for downtown revitalization efforts.

Art in the Alley: Benefit Concert and Studio Showcase

Submitted by: Jansen Art Center You’re invited to the Jansen Art Center’s annual block party and benefit concert Art in the Alley! On Saturday, August...

BBQ and Big Trucks: Lynden DBA’s Annual 4th of July Celebration

For the third straight year, Lynden’s Downtown Business Association will celebrate Independence Day with a truck-and-barbecue-filled celebration along Front Street. The annual July Fourth...

How Lynden’s Downtown Business Association Helps Front Street Blossom

If you take a stroll through downtown Lynden these days, it’s hard not to be impressed by what you see: immaculate storefronts housing bustling...

Lynden Downtown Business Association Launches Friday Films on 4th

Submitted by: Village Books and Paper Dreams Grab your lawn chairs, pick up a snack from a downtown business, and join your neighbors for Friday Films...

Lynden Named Finalist for ‘America’s Main Streets’ Contest

Submitted by KATZ! Coffee and Used Books The national small business movement, Independent We Stand, announces the 25 finalists, including downtown Lynden, of the 2016...
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