Join the celebration of the return of the salmon! The annual Trinity River Salmon Festival will be held on Saturday, October 12 in Weaverville from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This celebration is located on the Meadow at the Highland Arts Center on Main Street.
The festival opens with a traditional Native American blessing by members of the Nor-Rel-Muk Wintu Nation to welcome the fish back.
We have a great line-up for you this year!
– Salmon cooked traditional style by tribal members
– Return of the giant inflatable salmon tent
– Special musical guests
– Raku pottery firing in the meadow by Studio G
– Many activities and crafts for kids!
The festival will host various vendors and entertainment throughout the day. The Trinity River Restoration Program will have interactive booths with quizzes and prize giveaways; the US Forest Service, Trinity County Resource Conservation District, and CA Department of Fish and Wildlife will have information booths and crafts for kids; and much more!
Interested vendors should contact the Trinity County Visitor Center at 623-6101, to reserve a space. Natural resource agencies and organizations should contact Elizabeth at the Trinity County RCD at 623-6004 if interested in participating.
Sponsors of this event include: Trinity River Restoration Program, Trinity County Visitor Center, Trinity County Arts Council, Trinity County Resource Conservation District, and many generous volunteers.
More information coming soon. Stay tuned!
Visit Super Saturday in Weaverville! Events include Artists in Acton happening in the Historic District on Main Street, and the Dutch Oven Cook-off taking place at the museum across from the Highland Art Center.