This admission-free festival will feature all-ages interactive exhibits focusing on healthy salmon habitat in our region and watershed stewardship in our own homes and yards. Regional organizations and businesses will offer a schedule of mini-workshops on topics ranging from water conservation to wildlife. Participants can also enjoy a variety of fun outdoor activities such as fly and spin-casting, exploring Bear Creek, listening to Native American drumming and more.
This event is a fun-filled day of hands-on activities for the whole family and takes place the first Sat of every Oct. Learn all about wildlife habitat and how we can all become better stewards of our watershed.
Local experts will be on hand with outdoor activities for all ages, including crafts, games, fly-casting, the Salmon Story Tent, a demonstration of Native American traditional salmon cooking, the Salmon Spiral Labyrinth, and more. Admission is free!
Enjoy a lineup of outdoor musical entertainment (Rutendo Marimbas, Native American Drumming, JenUwin Playtime with the Prancing Musical Unicorn, Salmon Spiral Parade, Phoenix Sigalove, Montana Soul) or grab a delicious lunch provided by the Sultan's Delight food truck. (Please help us make this a Zero Waste event by bringing a reusable water bottle or cup.)
Please join us!