On Saturday, October 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Bear Creek Salmon Festival will return for its 12th year with the theme:
"Stewardship Flows Downhill." This admissionfree festival will feature all-ages interactive exhibits focusing on improving salmon
and wildlife habitat in our region and on watershed stewardship in our own homes and yards.
You can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as fly and spin-casting, exploring Bear Creek, listening to Native American drumming,
a salmon story tent and a spiral labyrinth. Live music and Sultan's Delight food cart will round out the day!
Join us at North Mountain Park, 620 N Mountain Avenue in Ashland and help make this a Zero Waste event.
Learn more about Watershed Exploration Days this fall and how you can take part!
Are you interested in being an exhibitor at this year's event? Check out our Exhibitor page.
Volunteers are appreciated to help out with a variety of activities at the festival or on the day before to help set up. Please email the Ashland Parks & Recreation Volunteer Coordinator, Lori Ainsworth, or call 541.552.2264.
The Bear Creek Salmon Festival 2016 Planning Committee