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Cascade Geographic Society's

21st Annual

Mount Hood Salmon & Mushroom Festival 2012

 

 

 

 

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21 st Annual

Mount Hood Salmon & Mushroom Festival



 (Saturday) October 6th, 2012  & (Sunday) October 7th, 2012

Featuring “Native American Salmon Bake”  (on both days),

&

 the “Mount Hood Scarecrow Championship”  (on both days)

&

 “Mount Hood Scarecrow Fashion Show” (on both days)

&

 “Sasquatch Talk” (on both days)

~ 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday/10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday~

    Mt. Hood Village, 65000 East U.S. Highway 26,

near the historic Village of Brightwood, Oregon

No Admission!  Free Parking!

Two of the Northwest’s greatest bounties are the Salmon and Wild Mushrooms, which are the honored celebrities at this festival, is featured at this 21st annual event.  

This two-day, family-oriented event is held during the month of October to welcome home the return of the Salmon to the streams of Oregon’s Mount Hood and the Wild Mushrooms to its forested landscapes.  Featured: Native American storytelling, original Folk music, arts and crafts, exhibits on Salmon and Wild Mushrooms (including Mushroom identification), and great food.  There is a Native American Salmon bake and Salmon Habitat Walks, and Wild Mushrooms on sale.  A scarecrow-making contest will take place on both days.  There will even be a Sasquatch Talk with speakers discussing the rich oral traditions of Northwest Native American tribes about these Wild People of the mountains and forests.

Salmon and Mushroom Festival Vendor Applicaition

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:  MICHAEL P. JONES
(CASCADE GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY) --- (503) 622-4798.

Cascade Geographic Society, an educational non-profit, staffed by volunteers who believe in the preservation of Oregon history and hands-on education.
P.O.Box 398, Rhododendron,  OR  97049   503-622-4798

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