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OHFISHAL

WELCOME

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Way to the festival . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 2009 theme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Composting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Festival Spectacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Foods of the World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 What’s new/highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Field of Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Festival committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Salmon hatchery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Grande Parade/parade lineup . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Salmon Days staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Festival wear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Limited edition and Moroccan artists . . . . . . . 34 Featured artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Rainier Blvd. Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Front Street Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Kids Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Go Fish! Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Hatchery Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Salmon Days history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Community connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Nonprofit organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Rotary Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Advertisers index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Ohfishal Program of the 2009 festival published by

THE ISSAQUAH PRESS

P.O. Box 1328, Issaquah, WA 98027 425-392-6434 / www.issaquahpress.com

❖ Stories by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce Festivals Office staff and Salmon Days volunteers except where noted. Ohfishal Salmon Days logo designed by Robin Dale Spicer. ❖ Advertising sales by: The Issaquah Press advertising department. ❖ Interior page design by David Hayes. ❖ Edited and coordinated by Kathleen R. Merrill.

Still fresh, fun and free after 40 years of festivals Welcome to the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival as we celebrate 40 years of great returns. We’re 40 years old and Still Fresh, Still Fun and Still Free. This year’s festival promises to be the best ever, with many longtime favorite activities returning. The Grande Parade starts the festivities Saturday morning with colorful floats, marching bands and comical clowns.

Eileen Barber

Fishy fact: J.P. Patches and Gertrude led our parade 40 years ago in 1970.

Established in 1936, the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery and grounds are the place to view many environmental exhibits and, most importantly, the wild salmon as they journey home from the sea. While at the hatchery, continue your journey across the bridge to the world famous Kiwanis Salmon BBQ and the new Hatchery Stage, dedicated to bluegrass. Fishy fact: The Kiwanis have been serving barbecued salmon for all of our 40 years. This year, there are many new enjoyable activities to experience. You can pet a friendly alpaca and watch DockDogs — canines of all sizes and shapes compete for the longest and highest water jump, as well as the fastest retrieve; both are located on the Field of Fun. Get your souvenir photo taken with Issaquah’s largest salmon, Sammy the Salmon Days mascot, and then wander over to play some games in the Microsoft gaming lounge and sign up to participate in research and playtest studies at a later date. All of this fun is thanks to the support of more than 70 ohfishal spawnsors, led by our co-title Spawnsors — the Snoqualmie Casino and Overlake Hospital Medical Center. I’d like to tip my hat to the more than 500 volunteers for their wild enthusiasm and countless hours that bring this show to our community. Fishy Fact: Pam Stevens has been volunteering for 40 years and is our longest serving volunteer. It takes a whole village — the citizens, businesses, the city of Issaquah and an amazing staff to make this an award-winning festival. Thank you! Welcome to the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival. Forty years of Great Returns. We are Still Fresh. Still Fun. Still Free. Eileen Barber Festival Chairwoman


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WAY TO THE FESTIVAL

As always, with parking and gas at a premium, we have many alternatives for saving time and money. Handicapped parking There is convenient parking located in the Staples parking lot. From Interstate 90, take exit 17, the Front Street exit, and head south. At the intersection of Gilman Boulevard, turn left, and the Staples parking lot will be just ahead on the right. The north festival entrance is just two blocks from this lot. Go green — ride your bike! Once again this year, we offer our free bike corral, ohfishally spawnsored by REI and Banner Bank, for those who want to pedal their way to the fishy fun. The Bike Corral is conveniently located at the hatchery on West Sunset Way. To get there, take Newport Way to West Sunset Way and enter the hatchery through the first entrance. You can leave your bike and helmet in the safety of the corral while you wander the festival. REI, our community bike commute specialists, will provide free bike inspections at their booth, located adjacent to the Bike Corral.

Getting around town Shuttle service Our ever-popular shuttle service, ohfishally spawnsored by US Bank, will also be ready to transport you easily to the festival. Choose from any of the three shuttle locations, where you’ll find free parking at the new Issaquah Park & Ride, the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride or use the Costco corporate parking lot, just south of Pickering Barn. The shuttle will whisk you off to the festival in the earth-friendly biodiesel buses, and drop you off at one of two convenient locations. The cost is $2 per person

round trip and free for children 12 and under. The Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride shuttle will drop attendees off on the corner of East Sunset Way and Second Avenue Southeast. The park & ride facility is located between Northeast High Street and Northeast Park Drive. To get there, take exit 18 off Interstate 90 and head north toward the highlands. For the shuttle operating from the Costco corporate parking lot, from Interstate 90, take exit 15 and go north on to East Lake Sammamish Parkway. Turn right on 11th Avenue, take a left onto Lake Drive at the four-way stop and follow signs to the lot located on the left. The Costco corporate shuttle parking lot is past the store, just south of Pickering Barn on 10th Avenue Northwest. The new Issaquah Park & Ride is located on the corner of state Route 900 and Newport Way. Coming from Interstate 90, take exit 15 and go south to the third set of lights. Both the Costco corporate parking lot and the Issaquah Park & Ride shuttle drop attendees off near the corner of Front Street North and Northwest Dogwood Street. Be sure to go back to the shuttle stop where you were dropped off to ensure that you are taken back to the correct parking lot. Parking is free at all three lots. All shuttle buses run at approximately 10-minute intervals, beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. both days. Please note that some routes have to be altered at certain times to accommodate the Grande Parade and the Rotary Run. Attendees are required to pay only on the return trip. The buses are equipped to be handicapped accessible. Parking If you choose to drive into town, there are a number of Issaquah service organizations who operate pay parking lots as fundraisers. These parking lots are located around the perimeter of the festival and offer convenient parking at affordable prices. Look for the bright yellow “fish” signs, as these indicate ohfishally sanctioned parking lots. All of the proceeds go to Issaquah charities, nonprofit organizations or service groups.


INFORMATION

Information booths Want to know what is going on? Then be sure to stop by one of the three information booths on the festival grounds. Ohfishally spawnsored by Coldwell Banker Bain, the information booths are conveniently located at the corner of Front Street North and Northwest Dogwood Street, Front Street South and East Sunset Way and on the west end of the Field of Fun in Memorial Park. We also have roving information experts. You’ll easily be able to identify them, because they wear orange vests with a huge question mark on them. If you’re not near an information booth and you see them walking around Salmon Days, ask them — they will be able to point you in the right direction! Many of our helpful information booths’ volunteers donate their time and Issaquah expertise year-round at the Visitor Information Center. They have a wealth of knowledge not only about the festival, but about the community as well. At the information booth, you can pick up your ohfishal schedule of events, which includes detailed information including all of the free activities, each artist and his or her booth number, a map of the entire festival, entertainment information and spe-

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First aid

Finding the fun cial events. This easy guide will help you plan your day and get the most out of your Salmon Days experience!

We have three first aid stations all operated by Eastside Fire & Rescue to make medical attention easy and accessible. The stations are located at the following locations: ❖ The festival’s north entrance near the intersection of Front Street North and Northeast Dogwood Street. ❖ The festival’s west entrance on West Sunset Way near Newport Way. ❖ The festival’s east entrance at the fire station on East Sunset Way.

Issaquah Chamber of Commerce

Quiet Room

The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce has been the presenting organization of the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival for 40 years. The chamber was established in 1959 to help influence, develop and maintain a prosperous business climate in Issaquah. Located in the remodeled Alexander House (155 N.W. Gilman Blvd.), the chamber provides the business community with business savvy, and fun and informative opportunities to network and be involved in the evolving world of commerce. Stop by the chamber and learn how it can jumpstart your business today, or visit it online at www.issaquahchamber.com.

The Quiet Room is located on the west side of the Field of Fun and is managed through a partnership with the Salmon Days Festival and Issaquah’s Friends of Youth. The Quiet Room is the ideal place for parents with children needing to change a diaper or take a break from the bustle.

Please leave your dogs at home We have a “No Pets Please” policy. For the safety, health, courtesy and enjoyment of your pets and other festival attendees, please leave your pets at home. Thank you, on behalf of the city of Issaquah, the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and the Salmon Days Festival.


2009 THEME

This year’s theme is Celebrating 40 Years of Great Returns. Salmon Days is a kaleidoscope of events and people and that is reflected in the colorful splash created by the salmon. In honor of celebrating our ruby anniversary, we chose red for our three ohfishal volunteer shirts. Salmon Days began 40 years ago as a wondrous celebration of nature — specifically, the returning salmon. Each year, forces come together in a beautiful rainbow of energy that shines bright on Issaquah, with vibrant fall colors of rust, gold and green in Issaquah’s hills and valley, and the intensity of red salmon thrashing to complete their life’s destiny in the stream running through the heart of our city. Strategic partnerships help the carbon footprint of the event to be reduced and the impact of the “grand party” that Salmon Days is minimally affects the environment. We focus on that impact — implementing the reduce, reuse, recycle philosophy; using biodiesel fuel in shuttle buses and generators; offering a free Bike Corral; and working with our citizenry to sort their waste into compostable and recyclable refuse, which in turn lessens the debris being taken to the landfill from the event.

Celebrating 40 Years of Great Returns Our local schools eagerly await the return of the salmon each year, as their lifecycle is built into classroom curriculum; field trips to the stream and hatchery are plentiful. With educational opportunities at Salmon Days, like “Gill”-ivers Travels on the hatchery grounds, students are prompting their parents with the correct answers. With such an abundance of children having a close personal relationship to the salmon, the future looks very bright. Those same children paint and color salmon to be used as decorations at

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Salmon Days; part of the children’s fun in attending the event is the quest to find their salmon somewhere on the grounds. It is the intention and integration of image and theme, coupled with the extraordinary efforts of thousands of people who come together, creating the magic that is Salmon Days. Named as a treasure by our citizens, held as an icon of the community by city leaders, the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival is the framework that bonds diverse people, with assorted missions and interests, together in an authentic, heartfelt celebration. Salmon Days is more than just a festival — it embodies the heart and soul of our community. In no other place is the circle of life and grace more fully embraced than in the perfect union of a fun festival that provides amazing free entertainment to its attendees. It embraces and raises awareness for the service organizations that are the lifeblood of the community; actively promotes care of the habitat of the miracle of nature that occurs here; allows commerce to thrive and support its customers, who in turn support them; brings joy into the lives of young and old alike; and creates memories and traditions that last a lifetime and beyond.


COMPOSTING A leaner, cleaner and greener festival Celebrating its 40th year, Salmon Days remains as “fresh, fun and free” as the day J.P. Patches made his cameo appearance before a “crowd” of 15,000 at the first Salmon Festival in 1970. But, like all good things, fun has a way of catching up with our “waste-lines.” Thus, the Issaquah Salmon Days Festivals Office is excited to announce this year’s festival food services will use only compostable service ware and to-go containers. Vendors will

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also be able to purchase these products at pricing comparable to polystyrene and less “green” products directly from the festival. Everything from your spoons, plates and cups to the straw in your drink are made from corn, sugar cane, bamboo and wheat byproducts, which makes them all fully compostable. Join the fun, friendly folks at the recycle stations who will happily help you dispose of your food containers. Thanks to the cooperative efforts of the Salmon Days Office, our city Resource Conservation Office, Cedar Grove Composting and Food Services of America, the 2009 Issaquah Salmon Days Festival will be a totally compostable event. This year, we’ll all be celebrating the Salmon Days “big 40” more re-spawnsibly than ever. Wander over to Foods of the World and see the miracle of decomposition in the Cube of Food.


FESTIVAL SPECTACLE

Join us on the Field of Fun at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, to see the Festival Spectacle, featuring hundreds of local children as part of the special performance created specifically for the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival. We are delighted to have returning artist-in-residence Jeroen Mourik bringing his Festival Spectacle to life again this year for the 2009 festivities. The performance will be a fabulous addition to our 40th Anniversary! Mourik, a European now living in the Canary Islands, works with schools and children around the world. This summer included a very special Festival Spectacle at the Mbirizi Primary School in Masaka, Uganda. The Festival Spectacle was first performed at the 2005 Salmon Days event and was such a huge success that we brought it back again in 2006 and 2008. Each visit integrated school children, dance schools and others from the community with dance, movement and costumes highlighting the current year’s theme. Themes were “Born to be Wild,” featuring nature and the wildlife in our community, and “What a Wonderful Whirl,”

A Festival Spectacle to celebrate 40th anniversary addressing recycling and our environment. This year’s performance is ohfishally spawnsored by Cascade Bank and the Issaquah Arts Commission, allowing Mourik to return and expand on his fun, educational concept. The 2009 performance will be developed around the theme of celebration! “I am happy to be back in Washington,” said Mourik, who originates from The Netherlands. “I am very pleased and

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excited to rekindle the community connections I made in previous years as the artist-in-residence.” We are looking forward to offering this wonderful opportunity to our community, as participants and spectators. The Festival Spectacle will be created at Newcastle Elementary School and then will be performed at 2 p.m. at Memorial Park, aka the Field of Fun, Saturday, Oct. 3. “Having Jeroen as an artist-in-residence enhances our commitment to including cultural diversity as a priority for Salmon Days. It adds an educational, international artistic element,” said Robin Kelley, director of festivals for the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce. “We continue to seek out activities that are inclusive and make the festival meaningful to the broadest audience. “We have always encouraged participation by families and are delighted that schools have allowed volunteering at the festival to count as credits,” she added. “This involvement ensures a part for the youngest in our community. For example, in Issaquah, our third-graders are learning about the life cycle of the salmon.”


FOODS OF THE WORLD

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Of course, after eating all this great food you’ll need a cool beverage to wash it down. Grab an ice-cold Coca-Cola or Talking Rain water, available at most food booths. Did someone say salmon? Get your fill of fresh salmon at Scotty’s Northwest, serving blackened salmon over a Caesar salad or Ballard Brothers blackened Cajun salmon burgers in the Foods of the World. Or, stop by the Kiwanis Salmon BBQ in Gibson Park, across from the salmon hatchery off Newport Way. Remember to save time, and room, for your favorite festival treats! For your dining pleasure and convenience, we now have concessions on the street and on the Field of Fun. Check out the listing below to find your favorites. Did you know that all of the festival cuisine is being served on compostable service ware this year? So, when you are done, look for the “Compostables” people and toss it all away. Easy!  Denotes vegetarian options

Foods of the World

Everyone has their favorite festival food and there is no better place to get a bite to eat than at Salmon Days. Where else can you get roasted corn on the cob, barbecued salmon and beef, funnel cakes, gyros, tacos, crepes and Thai noodles, just to name a few, all at the same place? Foods of the World, ohfishally spawnsored by Keller Supply, provides mouthwatering entrées, scrumptious side dishes and great festival fare for everyone’s taste buds. Enjoy the flavors of Vietnam at the Bambuza Vietnamese Bistro, grab some pot stickers at Ray’s

Come enjoy scrumptious festival food Foods or some delicious German cuisine at Zieglers Bratwurst Haus. Looking for something more American? Stop by Pat’s Philly Steak Sandwich, or the Issaquah Brewhouse’s booth for Kobe chili, chowder or beer cheese soup served in a warm, crusty, sourdough bread bowl. Or choose traditional corn dogs, hamburgers and curly fries from Fiesta Time Foods.

 Aussie Onion Burst — Deep fried onion “burst” with dipping sauce, lemonade Ballard Brothers Concessions — Cajun blackened salmon and gourmet burgers  Bambuza Vietnamese Bistro — Vietnamese food, teriyaki skewers, soba noodles Biringer Farms — Delicious strawberry shortcakes Crab Cakes & Seafood Specialties — Crab cake plate, crab cakes a la carte and lobster roll sandwiches  CrepeAlicious — Chicken, seafood and veggie crepes, oh my! And dessert crepes, too! Eloi: Taste the Caribbean — Caribbean jerk chicken and calypso wings  Fair Food — Baked potatoes, sweet roasted potatoes and turkey legs Fiesta Time Foods — Corn dogs, hamburgers, curly fries, fried cheese and chicken nuggets The Frankfurter — Old-fashioned German style frankfurter, Kielbasa and smoked Thai chicken on a French roll  Issaquah Brewhouse — Delicious Kobe chili, chowder and beer cheese soup, all served in a warm, crusty, sourdough


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FOODS OF THE WORLD

bread bowl Kaleenka Piroshky — Entrée piroshky, cossack (sausage) and apple piroshky  Kenyan Kitchen — African chicken piri piri, vegetable curry, beef and vegetable sambusa  Kolossus Gyros — Beef, lamb, chicken and veggie gyros; Greek salad and baklava Mehfil Fine Indian Dining — Chicken tikki masala with rice and mutler paneer with rice Mondo Pizza — Delicious pizza to tempt you New York Style Italian Foods — Italian

sausage sandwich and Italian steak sandwich Panda Catering — Dim Sum combo and phad thai Pat’s Philly Steak Sandwich — Philly steak, chicken or Polish sandwiches, apple pie and lemonade  Ray’s Teriyaki and Pot Stickers — Teriyaki chicken, veggie combo and potstickers Scotty's Northwest — Regular, shrimp or blackened salmon Caesar salads and lemonade Smokey’s BBQ Grill — Northwest style hickory barbecue Taco Grande — Giant soft taco, nachos and taco salad Zieglers Bratwurst Haus 1 — German bratwurst, jumbo Polish sausage, corn dogs, German wieners and curly fries

On the street Chilly Billy Polar Ice — Shaved ice treats Big O’s BBQ — Sauteed De Bomb scallops, Mango Tango shrimp and papaya pineapple chicken breasts located near the Rainier Boulevard Stage Birdhouse Coffee — Espresso Biringer Farms 2 — More delicious desserts Boehms Bar — Fantastic Boehms handdipped ice cream bars Bump “N” Run Espresso and Funnel Cakes — Coffee and funnel cakes — yum! Burton’s at Your A’Fair — Roasted corn

on the cob, smoked salmon and lemonade Cow Chip Cookies — Amazing chocolate chip cookies Ice Cream Lady — Delicious waffle ice cream cones Kernal’s Original Kettle Korn — Sweet, delicious Kettle Korn Kiwanis Club of Issaquah Valley — Barbecued beef sandwich, soda, water and coffee Love A Latte — Hot and tasty espresso Olde Tyme Kettle Korn — Kettle Korn, cinnamon-glazed almonds and pecans Pike Place Nuts — Fresh, roasted jumbo cashews — wow! Ray’s Elephant Ears — Elephant ears, foot long corn dog and root beer floats Ray’s Foods — Elephant ears and garlic fries Seattle Fudge — Fudge, fudge and more fudge Shishkaberry’s 1 and 2 — Chocolate and candy coated skewered fruit Sugee's Strawberry Shortcake — Strawberry, blueberry and combo shortcakes covered with whipped cream, and iced tea Sweet Things — Cotton candy, lemonade and lollipops Washington’s Own Apple Dumpling Gang — Apple dumplings with vanilla ice cream You Found Us! Concessions — Scooped ice cream, caramel apples, cotton candy, frozen bananas, root beer floats Zieglers Bratwurst Haus 2 — German bratwurst, jumbo Polish sausage, corn dogs, German wieners and curly fries located near the Rainier Boulevard Stage

Field of Fun Grimaldi’s Coffee House — Lattes, Italian soda and scones Irishman Enterprises — Lemonade, soft serve ice cream, Kielbasa and hot dogs Mini Melt Ice Cream — Wonderful mini ice cream dots — colorful fun you can eat.

Off site Kiwanis Club of Issaquah — Barbecued salmon dinner — Gibson Park near the Hatchery Stage Lake Sammamish Elks Lodge — Stop in on your way to the festival and eat pancakes for breakfast or grab some fish and chips for lunch


WHAT’S NEW/HIGHLIGHTS

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We always create a splash of new activities at Salmon Days! This year, there is more to see and do on Rainier Boulevard, First Avenue Southeast and other parts of the festival than ever before. Look what’s happening!

a.m. - 1 p.m. and from 3:30-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3 only. On Sunday, stop by the PEMCO booth to get your “spin-towin” prize.

Rainier Boulevard

NEW ** Puget Sound DockDogs Stand in the splash zone and you’ll see, and feel, the high-flying athleticism and energy of the exciting DockDogs water jump. Once again, your favorite festival brings you the thrill and excitement of something new, fun and free for the whole family. Watch as dogs of all shapes and sizes daringly dash down the dock to dive into a tremendous tank of water, creating a tidal wave of fun for all. Dogs compete in the big air (long jump), extreme vertical (high jump) and the speed retrieve (fastest dog to the end of the pool wins the race)! The big splashes are ohfishally spawnsored by BECU.

Field of Fun

NEW** Listen to the music from the Rainier Blvd. Pavilion With the frenzy of melodies, even a tribute to Woodstock, planned for the Rainier Blvd. Stage this year, sit and listen to the music in the comfort of the Rainier Blvd. Pavilion, ohfishally spawnsored by Dex Media. The climbing wall Enjoy a new perspective — the view of the festival from the top of the 24-foot climbing wall! Test your strength and coordination by ascending to the peak of this specially created challenge activity, ohfishally spawnsored by Banic Chiropractic. NEW** Microsoft Xbox Gaming Lounge Stop in and play the latest and greatest video games at the Microsoft Xbox Gaming Lounge. Sign up to playtest and try new programs offered by Microsoft. The lounge is ohfishally spawnsored by the Microsoft User Research Group. Rope-a-phobia Take the extreme challenge of the high ropes. Strap on a harness and navigate through eight challenging elements, beginning with a net climb and ending with sliding down the fireman’s pole. Yes! It’s ohfishally spawnsored by Whole Health Chiropractic.

There’s a splash of activities United States Army recruiting — fitness challenge — First Avenue Southeast Back again this year, the Army is showcasing its H3 Hummer. Take the challenge to “be all you can be” at the basketball toss and test your strength and fitness on its special equipment. NEW** PEMCO’s exclusive Sammy trading card — First Avenue Southeast This is your only chance to get your photo taken with our famous Salmon Days mascot, Sammy the Salmon, on a PEMCO “We’re a lot like you” trading card. Sammy will be at the PEMCO booth from 11:30

The Festival Spectacle See European artist-in-residence Jeroen Mourik, ohfishally spawnsored by Cascade Bank and the Issaquah Arts Commission, as he brings to life the Festival Spectacle on the Field of Fun at 2 p.m. Saturday. The 30-minute outdoor show will feature hundreds of local school children in a dance performance created especially for Salmon Days. NEW** Alpaca petting zoo Come over and pet the gentle alpacas, ohfishally brought to you by Alpaca Mentors. These sweet, calm animals are very friendly and love people. See the beautiful yarn and try the luxurious garments made from their wool.


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Hatchery grounds NEW** Hatchery Stage Join us on the hatchery grounds by Newport Way for our newest stage, featuring some great bluegrass music performed by renowned artists and ohfishally spawnsored by AXA Financial Advisors. Come on down for some toetapping, finger-snapping tunes. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your partner and dance ‘til spawn! Bike Corral and inspection center Back by popular demand, the Bike Corral, ohfishally co-spawnsored by Banner Bank and REI. The fun, friendly folks at REI will provide free bike inspections while you roam the festival. NEW** The Metal Cowboy — next to the Bike Corral Meet Joe Kurmaskie, the Metal Cowboy. Joe will tell you tall tales of his cycling adventures as he rode across the country with his two young boys. Get an autographed copy of his latest book, “Blood, Sweat and Gears,” and be sure to be at the Go Fish! Stage at 4 p.m. Saturday and at 4 p.m. Sunday to hear Joe tell stories and sing songs.

Things to look for Hand-sanitizing stations — on the streets All around the festival, find our handsanitizing stations, ohfishally spawnsored by Waxie Sanitary Supply, to help keep you clean and healthy. NEW ** Reduced fee flu shots — Front Street near the stage Stop by the QFC pharmacy booth to purchase this year’s flu shot at a reduced price — only at the festival.

Giant salmon puppet — on the streets Look for the giant salmon puppet swimming above the festival crowds. This festive, flamboyant fish is a fun feature of our 40-year-old fishy festival and is ohfishally spawnsored by Adventure Kids Playcare. NEW** Cube of Food and food waste composting — Foods of the World Ewwwwwww! Come see how food decomposes in the Cube of Food. This year, your fish-friendly festival is helping to reduce our carbon footprint even further, by being one of the festivals using fully compostable service ware. That’s right, everything from your spoons, plates and cups to the straw in your drink are made from corn, sugar cane, bamboo and wheat byproducts, which makes them all fully compostable. Join the fun, friendly folks at the recycle stations who will happily help you dispose of your food containers. Rotary Run ’09 — 12th and Mall streets through the festival grounds and back Join either the 5K or 10K run and see the festival from a runner’s perspective. To join the run, go to www.issaquahrotary.org.


FIELD OF FUN Bring kids of all ages to visit the Field of Fun, a virtual playground of free and exciting adventures in Memorial Park, behind the Issaquah Police Department and across from Foods of the World. FREE! Puget Sound DockDogs Join us this weekend for the amazing DockDogs, ohfishally spawnsored by BECU. Come see these water loving dogs run down a 20-foot dock into a 24,000-gallon tank of water — talk about a splash zone. Great fun for children and adults alike, not to mention the dogs! FREE! Alpaca petting zoo Wander over, pet the soft fleece of the alpacas and have your photograph taken with them. These quiet, gentle creatures have the most luxurious fleece and there will be wonderful garments for you to try and buy. They’re ohfishally spawnsored by Alpaca Mentors. FREE! Festival Spectacle Join us at 2 p.m. Saturday for our free Festival Spectacle where our ohfishal European artist-in-residence Jeroen Mourik brings his Festival Spectacle to life again this year for the 2009 festivities, featuring children from one of our local schools. We are delighted to have Cascade Bank as the ohfishal spawnsor of the Festival Spectacle, along with support from the Issaquah Arts Commission. FREE! Monkey Motion Trampoline Again there will be the Monkey Motion Trampoline, where you can soar to new heights at this popular four station trampoline. This free, safe and exhilarating attraction gives you a chance to master your backflips or just see how high you can jump!

A virtual playground making a splash FREE! Make a salmon puppet On a decidedly fishy note, Fred Meyer is ohfishally spawnsoring the Sock-eye

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Puppet Theatre, where children can make salmon puppets out of (new) socks and then try them out in the puppet theatre. FREE! Fish print making Join us on the steps of the Issaquah Police Department for a Salmon Days tradition, presented free by Seattle Children’s. The fish prints will have you up to your elbows in brightly colored paint and

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FIELD OF FUN

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From Page 18 fish — rubber fish that is! The final product is a unique imprinted piece of art that can be taken home as a festival souvenir. FREE! Kids’ Stage Families will roll with laughter at this year’s Kids’ Stage, ohfishally spawnsored by American Family Insurance and Radio Disney AM 1250. With plenty of favorite regional children performers, audiences will remain captivated by exciting stories, amazing magic, roving reptiles and more. FREE! Mini trains All aboard! Hop on the mini trains, ohfishally spawn-

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citing and colorful locomotive for a fun ride.


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FIELD OF FUN

Pony rides Once again, we join the excitement and ride the ponies. This is for children 14 and under and weighing not more than 100 pounds. Kids, come on and ride the Party Ponies. FREE! Incredible inflatables Children love to jump, climb and bounce around and this year, the best place to accomplish this is on these brightly colored, waterthemed, inflatable play areas, ohfishally spawnsored by Broadstripe. Field of Fun carnival Local school groups and nonprofit organizations create fun games and exciting challenges to test your mind and award prizes when you win. Plus, you will find fun attractions, such as the popular handin-wax and spin art activities.


FESTIVAL COMMITTEE

From the beginning, at the very heart of Salmon Days were the volunteers. In fact, until the early ’80s, the event was entirely run by volunteers, at which point a full-time festival director was brought on board as staff. Salmon Days still depends on its wonderful volunteers to help produce the event. The Salmon Days Festival Committee is the core group of volunteers who head up the various committees. This group of 17 people chair and manage various parts of the festival. They meet monthly beginning in June and continue through Salmon Days assisting the Festivals Office with preparation and production. This year’s committee includes the following: Kristi Tripple Chamber board liaison Capt. Steve Westlake Eastside Fire & Rescue David Harris/Bruce Koenigsburg Entertainment Steve Campbell Emergency management Eileen Barber Festival Committee chairwoman Camie Callahan Field of Fun/Salmon Cycle Family Bike Ride Joyce Adams Grande Parade Pam Stevens Geoteaming Max Maxwell Headquarters Robert & Marilyn Ittes Information booths Sgt. Chris Wilson Police liaison

Meet the festival committee and volunteers Alex and Dave Bahm Refuse Rangers Wendi DuBois Retail Marty Budzius Rotary Run Terri DeLile Salmbassadors Luke and Greg Spranger Tech Team Mike DeLile Vehicle integration placement Gail Brothers Volunteers Salmon Days is thrilled to partner with more than 500 members of the community each year; people jump into the fun and the frenzy to put on a remarkable salmon homecoming party. These trusty people are often referred to as “ohfishals” and this year, in celebration of our ruby anniver-

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sary, you’ll find them bustling around Salmon Days in ruby red-colored T-shirts, helping with just about everything! This year’s annual Salmon Days Volunteer Sign Up Party was held Sept. 15 at Pickering Barn and catered by our fun, family-friendly partners Timber Ridge at Talus. Our volunteers are at the heart of the festival and their contribution is what makes us a huge success year after year. The volunteers at Salmon Days are ohfishally spawnsored by Overlake Hospital Medical Center of Issaquah. Salmon Days has two highly specialized volunteer teams, the Refuse Rangers and the Tech Team. The irresistible Refuse Rangers, now in their 16th year, are under the guidance of Garbage Czar Alex Bahm with David Bahm as trash master emeritus. These guys and “gills” take care of the things that go squish and have an inimitable, magical aroma. The Refuse Rangers are ohfishally spawnsored by Costco Wholesale. The Tech Team gets the festival set up and ready to go, and keep it going. Tech Team dynamos, wielding duct tape and flashing zip ties, low-tech all the way, are our volunteer production crew. Their motto is “Fish Happens!” We can count on them. Salmon Days would not be the same without them. The Tech Team is ohfishally spawnsored by Microsoft.


SALMON HATCHERY

‘Gill’-iver’s Travels The “Gill”-iver’s Travels passport game at the downtown hatchery is an annual favorite. Join many of the earthfriendly nonprofit organizations for this excursion that lets both children and adults assume the role of a migrating salmon. Start by picking up your passport at the entrance of the hatchery and then travel to different booths and answer questions about salmon, their environment and water quality. When you have completed the journey, show your stamped passport at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife station, to receive a special fishy treat! “Gill”-iver’s Travels is made possible by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, King County and the state De-

Hatchery is a flurry of fish partment of Natural Resources. “Gill”iver’s Travels and other hatchery activities are ohfishally spawnsored by Puget Sound Energy. More activities The hatchery is also the place for environmental nonprofit and service organizations. Some great attractions include:  City of Issaquah — Resource Conservation Office: The city Resource Con-

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servation Office will present information about food waste recycling and answer questions about recycling and food composting. Come and talk to local recycling and composting experts; see and touch examples of compostable packaging; and listen to Recycle Man and the Dumpster Divers sing about recycling and the environment.  King County Department of Natural Resources’ Noxious Weed Program: Noxious weed coloring and drawing activities.  Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest hosts a storytelling tent, roving fish characters, a watershed activity model and Bert the Salmon.  Vintage salmon fishing tackle: Come see the display of vintage salmon fishing tackle and see how salmon used to be caught.  Trout Unlimited – Bellevue Issaquah Chapter: Paint a stencil of kokanee trout.


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GRANDE PARADE

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By Greg Farrar

Gabe Garay, Jake Hotchkiss, Sammy Bisignano and Andre Garay (from left), of Boy Scout Troop 636, wave flags for spectators along the Grande Parade route. The Issaquah Salmon Days Grande Parade kicks off the two-day festival at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3. Issaquah will begin its 40th anniversary celebration with more than 80 entries, including 13 stunning floats from around the Northwest. Follow the procession from Front Street at Northwest Dogwood Street, down Gilman Boulevard to 12th Avenue and along 12th Avenue until the parade’s end. The Grande Parade is ohfishally spawnsored by Lakeside Industries. Watch for Captain Coho, Terri De Lile, of the Issaquah Salmbassadors — the festival’s volunteer organization. Other festival VIPs in the parade include Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger, who is also Issaquah’s Citizen of the Year; Issaquah Police Chief Paul Ayers; Eastside Fire & Rescue Chief Lee Soptich; Issaquah Chamber of Commerce President Robert Ittes; 2009 King and Queen of Issaquah Brandon Lorain and Renee Walden; special guests from our sis-

Fresh! Fun! Free! – It’s a parade! ter city Chefchaouen, Morocco; and Sammy the Salmon. The floats this year include Marysville Strawberry Festival, Astoria’s Regatta Festival, Port Orchard’s Fathoms O’Fun, Penticton’s Peach Festival, Tacoma’s Daffodil Festival, New Westminister’s Hyack Festival, Olympia’s Capital Lakefair and Wenatchee’s Washington State Apple Blos-

som Festival, just to name a few! Cheer on regional high school bands, drill teams and cheerleaders as they perform for your enjoyment. Wave to Ronald McDonald or your neighbors and friends as they display their pride and talents. See the exciting Kau Lio Pa’u Riders where each princess on her horse represents a Hawaiian Island. Keep an eye out for the Axis Dance Co., the Blue Dog Tap Dance Troupe, Seattle Seafair Clowns and the Keystone Kops entertaining you in the parade. And finally, dust off your dance shoes and join the Voodoo Vets and Zombie Pets as they perform “Thriller” as the parade finale. Watch out for that moon walk.

Parade lineup 1 — Eastside Fire & Rescue apparatus 2 — First Corps Command Honor Guard 3 — U.S. Army humvee 4 — Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3436


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5 — Skyline High School Cheer Squad 6 — Skyline High School Marching Band 7 — Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger and her husband Bill 7A — Issaquah Citizen of the Year — Ava Frisinger 8 — Eastside Fire & Rescue Chief Lee Soptich and his wife Carrie 9 — Issaquah Police Chief Paul Ayers and his wife Rosie 10 — Issaquah Chamber of Commerce President Robert Ittes and his wife Marilyn 11 — 2009 Queen and King of Issaquah Renee Walden and Brandon Lorain 12 — Mayor Mohamed Sefiani, of Chefchaouen, Morocco 13 — Captain Coho — Terry DeLile and Sammy the Salmon 14 — Issaquah Chamber of Commerce royalty (retired) 15 — Astoria Regatta Festival float 16 — Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery 17 — Evergreen Junior High Marching Eagles 18 — Special Interest Antique Auto 19 — Kau Lio Pa'u Riders (Colors of Hawaii) 20 — Universal Energy Martial Arts 21 — Tulalip Resort Casino Float 22 — Issaquah Dance Theatre — Axis Dance Co. 22A — Seattle Seagals and helmet buggy 23 — Olympia Capital Lakefair float 24 — Corvette Marque Club of Seattle 24A — PEMCO Insurance 25 — Sequim Irrigation Festival float 26 — Greyhound Pets Inc. 27 — Cub Scout Pack 426 28 — Lake Sammamish State Park 29 — Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Co. 30 — Sammamish High School Marching Band 31 — Riverdog Canine Coaching 32 — Washington State Apple Blossom Festival float 33 — Cedar Grove Composting 34 — Gymnastics East Gymnasts 35 — Washington State Elks Association Parade float 36 — YMCA Adventure Guides 37 — Issaquah High School Cheer Staff 38 — Issaquah High School Marching Band 39 — Issaquah High School Drill and Pom Team

By Greg Farrar

Jacqueline Reeve, 11 (left), and Emily Waltzer, 9, of Maple Hills Junior Girl Scout Troop 1989, wear a feather boa and a costume in the parade. 40 — Cub Scout Pack 571 41 — Port Orchard: Fathoms O'Fun float 42 — Girl Scouts of Western Washington 42A — Alpaca Mentors 43 — Selah Community Days royalty float 44 — Life's a Poodle LLC 45 — Penticton Peach Festival Society float 46 — Woodland Park Zoo 47 — Chief Sealth High School Cheer Staff 48 — Chief Sealth High School Marching

Band 49 — Seattle Seafair Commodores 50 — UL72 Hydroplane 51 — Seattle Seafair Clowns 52 — Red Robin Issaquah 53 — Keystone Kops 54 — Lil’ Senoritas Drill Team 55 — La Senoritas Drill Team

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By Greg Farrar

Melissa Karapostoles, a member of the royal court on the Sequim Discovery float, strikes a pose from her fishy perch during a Grande Parade.

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56 — Cub Scout Pack 551 57 — Tacoma Daffodil Festival float 58 — Liberty Belles 59 — Panther Pride Unicycle Team 60 — Interlake High School Color Guard 61 — Interlake High School Marching Band 62 — Interlake High School Drill Team 63 — Issaquah Nursing & Rehabilitation Center 64 — Los Charros of Seattle 65 — Emerald Heights Academy 65A — Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival float 66 — Movin 92.5 67 — Platinum Plush Drill Team 68 — The Grange Supply 69 — Marysville Strawberry Festival float 70 — Sunnybrook Montessori 71 — Issaquah School District transportation 72 — Storm Athletics 73 — New Westminister Hyack Festival float 74 — Arbor Montessori Schools 75 — Blue Dog Dance Tap Troupe 76 — Washington State Patrol 77 — The Issaquah Press mascot, Inky Dinky 78 — The Center for Dance 79 — West Seattle Hi-Yu Festival float 80 — Little Gym of Issaquah 81 — Ronald McDonald 82 — Liberty High School Cheer staff 83 — Liberty High School Marching Band 84 — Liberty High School Drill Team 85 — General Biodiesel Inc. 86 — Waste Management — Vintage garbage truck

Nate Brown, of Preston, (holding umbrella) stands in the cockpit of his unlimited hydroplane, Miss Red Dot, in a Grande Parade. By Greg Farrar


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SALMON DAYS STAFF

Festival staff photo

The Salmon Days Festival staff is (from left) Pauline Middlehurst, Andrea Larsen, Robin Kelley and Sylvia Hodges.

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saquah Salmon Days Festival! Planning and promoting the festival is a yearlong endeavor. Beginning with the theme, it grows and develops into a magnificent two-day extravaganza that celebrates the return of the salmon to Issaquah waterways. Our fishy festival is put together by a staff of four — two full-time and two parttime employees — who have a lot of fun while putting in a lot of hard work, strange hours and using their creativity to concoct the best possible celebration for you. Along with the staff, more than 500 volunteers work to produce Salmon Days, many who regularly join us in the office to count and fold shirts, prepare banners, build and stock shelves, copy, collate, print, glue, color, and generally play with us yearround. Others come out to help with their favorite job during Salmon Days. Put this together with the more than 70 Ohfishal Spawnsors, over 60 nonprofit organizations, 40 food purveyors, 270 arts and crafts artists and 150,000 of the community’s closest friends and family and you have a festival!

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FESTIVAL WEAR The 2009 Issaquah Salmon Days Festival retail line has arrived with a splash of color, showing this year’s theme, “Celebrating 40 years of Great Returns. Still Fresh. Still Fun. Still Free.” The splash is a kaleidoscope of color with a salmon swimming through. Items are available in sizes small to 2X, and they are sure to be a hit with men and women, buoys and gills!

Women’s full-zip jacket in green tea and amethyst showcases our beloved salmon of Issaquah with classic, discreet embroidery on the upper left chest. These jackets are perfect for those casual days, or cool evenings and are available in sizes small to extra large for $25.

Women’s long-sleeved T-shirts are available in paprika and skylark and sport the iridescent motif, Livin’ the Stream. They’re available in sizes small to 2X for $22.

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is black with the splash in neon colors and “Still Fresh. Still Fun. Still Free.” down the sleeve. It comes in sizes medium to extra large for $22 and 2X for $24.

Ohfishal hats, available in Texas orange, woodsage (green) and stone (beige), are back for 2009! The hats feature a classic version of the theme and the Texas orange hat has “Celebrating 40 years of Great Returns” embroidered on the back! All hats are $15.

Black and navy full zip fleece jackets with this year’s signature kaleidoscope splash and salmon stitched on the upper left chest is a stunning, warm souvenir of Issaquah and Salmon Days. They’re available in sizes small to extra large for $30.

The Festival has many unisex items for 2009, including the Ohfishal shortsleeved Issaquah tees in navy and grey that have the Issaquah name and a salmon on them. Made from 100 percent preshrunk cotton; they’re a perfect fit with your favorite jeans! Sizes small to extra large are $18 and 2X are $20.

Ohfishal short-sleeved festival tees, with this year’s logo, come in white, redwood and denim. All of them are 100 percent preshrunk cotton and are available in sizes small to 3X and range in price from $15 - $20. The Ohfishal long-sleeved tee

There are two Ohfishal limited-edition artists tees this year. We have a child/youth white short-sleeved tee with our young artist Atesha Banki’s watercolor fish with the inscription “If fishes were wishes.” Shirts comes in youth sizes small and large for $12. The other shirt is a


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long-sleeved navy tee with a “School of Salmon” print, by Mary Gibbs. Sizes small to extra large are $22 and 2X are $24. The Issaquah hoodie sweatshirt is available in navy and gray to complement the T-shirts. The hoodie has the Issaquah name and the leaping salmon, and is sure to be a favorite. Sizes small to extra large

are $36 and 2X are $38. Ohfishal pins are available in two colorful splash schemes, one with a white background and one with a black background. They’re a must have for only $3. Ohfishal jute tote — This strong, durable, washable and stylish bag is made from natural, biodegradable plant fibers.

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Festival staff photo

Junior artist Atesha Banki (right) hand delivers her art piece to Andrea Larsen, Salmon Days vendor manager, at the festivals office. This year, the limited-edition print is presented in a different fashion — on Tshirts. The call to artists went out in April and May and many wonderful art pieces from submitted from which to select. It was a difficult decision to choose from so many exquisite works of art, but two were selected to represent Salmon Days. Junior artist Atesha Banki, hand-delivered her piece to the festivals offices. This particular piece was chosen for its vibrancy and lively colors — so indicative of the salmon and the landscape at this time of year. It is being recreated on a white youth-sized T-shirt. The second selection features Mary Gibbs’ “School of Salmon” print. Her vivid watercolor of a cluster of fiery-red spawning salmon has been beautifully reproduced on a navy long-sleeved T-shirt. The city is honored to have Chefchaouen, Morocco, as a sister city.

wearables and the Moroccan connection Building on that cultural exchange and nurturing our relationship, Issaquah will host two renowned artists from Morocco exhibiting their art at Salmon Days. Mostafa Dennouch, of Marrakech, is one of the country’s premier wood artists who creates lasting masterpieces of geo-

metric patterns, sometimes encrusted or inlaid with different pieces of wood or with metal. The second visiting artist is a metal crafter, Driss Essakhi, from Fes. His work consists of a diverse range of metal art pieces — such as jewelry, utensils, silverware, brassware, statues and wrought iron — ornately decorated with geometric patterns and inlays. Both artists have been invited to participate in a number of prestigious international art fairs throughout Europe in destinations such as Oman, France, Poland, Portugal, Beirut and Lisbon. Explore the cultural techniques and exotic beauty of the art they will display and produce from their location at the corner of Sunset Way and Rainier Boulevard.


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SALMON DAYS ARTISTS Hundreds of artists visit Salmon Days each year to exhibit and sell their handcrafted items. Some are new, while others have been participating in the festival for many years. Below is just a small sample of some of the great artists from Issaquah and the Northwest.

Sample varieties of festival art fascinating. Be sure to stop by and visit Wil at his booth and go to his Web site at www.wilspapercutouts.com.

Ron and Ursula Stocke

Grandles Carla and Ernie Hoch make oil candles from the finest granites, fossil, septarian nodules, petrified wood and more. Grandles are truly a treasured piece of functional art to use and display in, or around, your home or office. Stop by their booth to see these beautiful, unique yet functional pieces at Salmon Days or go to their Web site — www.grandles.com.

Ron Stocke’s painting career began more than 20 years ago, capturing the landscapes of the Yakima Valley. Moving to Seattle in the late 1980s, Ron looked toward the Puget Sound for his inspiration. Two decades later, he lives and paints with his artist-wife, Ursula, in Everett. Using dynamic color and brushstrokes, Ron creates traditional watercolors of Pacific Northwest scenes. Ursula was born and raised in Alaska. Her family moved to Minnesota where Ursula earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration and fine art from the College of Visual Arts, in St. Paul, Minn. Ursula creates colorful impressionistic oil paintings and her themes include florals, wine, portraits and food. Come see their gorgeous art at their booths or go to their Web site at www.stockeartstudios.com.

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Briston Trapp studied fine art at Montana State University and Central Washington University and is currently a senior majoring in technology education at CWU. Briston’s work consists of integrating art and engineering to create one-ofa-kind sculptures. Visit him in person while at the festival and see a full selection of his unique creations or go to his Web site at www.btsculpture.com.

Fox’s Art Gallery After teaching art for more than 30 years, Ned Fox now has time to pursue his dream and is a full-time photographer. He has been taking photographs for more than 40

years and with his art background, he has a better understanding about what he would like the images to say. These photographs are irresistible, so drop by his booth or go to his gallery online at www.nedfoxartist.com.

Hoppy’s Garden Art Hoppy, aka Steve Hopkins, has a history of artists in his family and has been making artisan garden sprinklers since 2007. Each sprinkler is hand made using polished copper and blown glass balls. The colors of the glass balls are continually changing and are sourced from a variety of talented glass artists. Growing up on Vashon Island, Steve always was involved in the creative process. He began creating simple copper garden sprinklers, which his customers loved. No two sprinklers are identical. Each glass ball or globe will catch the sunlight, glinting and glittering and sparkling, while the water spray creates rainbows. To see more of Steve’s beautiful and functional creations, stop by his booth or go to his Web site at www.hoppysgardenart.com.


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RAINIER BLVD. STAGE Woodstock, country, jazz and rock ’n’ roll on one stage

What do Woodstock and Salmon Days have in common? They are both celebrating 40 years of rocking the world. So, put on your funky ’70s fashions and follow the groove to the Rainier Blvd. Stage to join in the fun and frolicking during a weekend of Woodstock-inspired entertainment. Located on Rainier Boulevard, south of East Sunset Way, the stage is ohfishally spawnsored by the Issaquah Arts Commission and Swedish Medical Center. Grab some food from purveyors Big O’s BBQ and Zieglers Bratwurst Haus, and then relax and listen to those rockin’ tunes in the shady comfort of the new Rainier Blvd. Pavilion, spawnsored by Dex. The performer lineup features a variety of musical styles, from the classic rock of The Bramble Brothers; the high energy of 2112, a Rush tribute band; rhythm and blues with the musical excellence of The Fabulous Roof Shakers; jam with jazz of Electric Blue Sun; find that pop edge with The Pop Offs; and wind up the weekend with a jam session featuring the magnificent Mungo Jerry with Black Velvet 4!

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Sunday, Oct. 4

11 a.m. - noon — Kari Ehli Band (country, blues, rock)

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Electric Blue Sun (original, contemporary jazz)

12:30-1:30 p.m. — The Bramble Brothers (straight ahead rock ‘n’ roll) 2-3 p.m. — 2112 (Rush tribute band) 3:30-4:30 p.m. — The Rockafellers (classics of the 20th century)

Kari Ehli Band

5-6 p.m. — The Fabulous Roof Shakers (rockin’ rhythm and blues)

1-2 p.m. — The Core (original Seattle dance rock) 2:30-3:30 p.m. — The Pop Offs (pop music with an edge) 4-6 p.m. — Mungo Jerry with Black Velvet 4 and friends (Woodstock jam session)

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FRONT STREET STAGE Come on over to the Front Street Stage! This is the place at Salmon Days to enjoy local and regional performers. Located on Front Street South, just past the main intersection of the festival at Front Street and Sunset Way, this year’s lineup features a variety of performers, including swing, rock and blues. Issaquah’s own Kaleidoscope All Stars will once again return to the Front Street Stage in 2009 to get your feet tapping to some great rock. The Astro Cats, Issaquah’s own famous rock band, last year gave a wildly successful performance in Morocco while visiting our sister city, Chefchaouen. There they played at the Allegra Music Festival, Chefchaouen’s musical equivalent of Salmon Days. There is something for everyone at this fun stage right at the heart of the festival. Don’t flounder. Flip a fin and make a musical splash at the Front Street stage. Whatcha waitin’ for? Dance! The Front Street Stage is ohfishally spawnsored by Penguin Windows, Prevail Credit Union and 94.1 KMPS.

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Now playing:

local and regional talent

Ventura Highway Revisited

Beckie Sue & her Big Rockin’ Daddies!

Astro Cats

Take 1 Band Double Scotts on the Rocks

Junkyard Jane

Saturday, Oct. 3

Sunday, Oct. 4

10:45 a.m. - noon Kaleidoscope All Stars (modern & classic rock)

11 a.m. - noon — Innervisions (contemporary jazz)

12:30 -1:30 p.m. — The Offenders (classic rock) 2-3 p.m. — Junkyard Jane (roots, rock, country and blues) 3:30-4:30 p.m. — The Astro Cats (Issaquah’s own famous rock band)

Rainy City Riff Raff

5-6 p.m. — Ventura Highway Revisited (sounds of the ’70s and beyond)

12:30-1:30 p.m. — Rainy City Riff Raff (eight-piece swing band) 2-3 p.m. — Double Scotts on the Rocks (hard driving blues and rock) 3:30-4:30 p.m. — Take 1 Band (classic, funk and disco) 5-6 p.m. Beckie Sue & her Big Rockin’ Daddies! (swing, blues, rock)


KIDS STAGE Join us at the Kids Stage for a weekend full of exciting adventures. Come watch the Zambini Brothers puppet show, and then go make your own “sock”eye salmon puppet and put on your own puppet show. Plan to be on the Field of Fun to watch the Festival Spectacle. Join in musical games with Alley Oop, and thrill and chill to the exhibits of the Reptile Guy. Oooh! Watch Clay Martin’s puppet show and get your heart racing with the high-energy jump roping of Rope Works. The stage is ohfishally spawnsored by American Family Insurance and Radio Disney.

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Look no further for exciting talent Rene Bibaud, of Rope Works

Saturday, Oct. 3 11 a.m. — Zambini Brothers puppets Noon — Radio Disney 1 p.m. — Rope Works jump ropers 2 p.m. — Festival Spectacle 3 p.m. — Zambini Brothers puppets 4 p.m. — Rope Works jump ropers 5 p.m. — Radio Disney

Sunday, Oct. 4 11 a.m. — Clay Martin's Puppet Theater Noon — Wonderland Tea Party 1 p.m. — Radio Disney 2 p.m. — Alleyoop 3 p.m. — Wonderland Tea Party 4 p.m. — Radio Disney 5 p.m. — Reptile Guy

Alleyoop

Clay Martin’s Puppet Theater

Radio Disney

Zambini Brothers puppets


KIDS STAGE Join us at the Kids Stage for a weekend full of exciting adventures. Come watch the Zambini Brothers puppet show, and then go make your own “sock”eye salmon puppet and put on your own puppet show. Plan to be on the Field of Fun to watch the Festival Spectacle. Join in musical games with Alley Oop, and thrill and chill to the exhibits of the Reptile Guy. Oooh! Watch Clay Martin’s puppet show and get your heart racing with the high-energy jump roping of Rope Works. The stage is ohfishally spawnsored by American Family Insurance and Radio Disney.

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Look no further for exciting talent Rene Bibaud, of Rope Works

Saturday, Oct. 3 11 a.m. — Zambini Brothers puppets Noon — Radio Disney 1 p.m. — Rope Works jump ropers 2 p.m. — Festival Spectacle 3 p.m. — Zambini Brothers puppets 4 p.m. — Rope Works jump ropers 5 p.m. — Radio Disney

Sunday, Oct. 4 11 a.m. — Clay Martin's Puppet Theater Noon — Wonderland Tea Party 1 p.m. — Radio Disney 2 p.m. — Alleyoop 3 p.m. — Wonderland Tea Party 4 p.m. — Radio Disney 5 p.m. — Reptile Guy

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GO FISH! STAGE The Go Fish! Stage is always a wonderful whirl of eclectic activity, and this year is no different. Plan your time at the festival around such classic acts as The Fabulous Bel-Airs playing cover tunes, the Heel Clickin’ Cloggers showcasing Appalachian clog dancing, and the Seattle Ukulele Players delighting us all with jazz, swing and show tunes and join Craig Dye and Friends for some blues. Wander over at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday to listen to bestselling storyteller Joe Kurmaskie tell tales of riding a tandem bicycle across the country with a tag-along and two small boys. These are hilarious adventures of a cycling kind. The stage is ohfishally spawnsored by Virgina Mason Medical Center and JACK 96.5 FM.

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Wishin’ and fishin’ for great music The Fabulous Bel-Airs

Saturday, Oct. 3 11 a.m. — The Fabulous Bel-Airs (cover tunes) Noon — Seattle Ukulele Players (jazz, swing, cowboy, show tunes and pop) 1 p.m. — Blue Dog Dance (tap, jazz and hip hop youth dance) 2 p.m. — The Fabulous Bel-Airs (cover tunes) 3 p.m. — Seattle Ukulele Players (jazz, swing, cowboy, show tunes and pop) 4 p.m. — Joe Kurmaskie (The Metal Cowboy) 5 p.m. — Craig Dye and Friends (rocking good blues)

Joe Kurmaskie: The Metal Cowboy

Sunday, Oct. 4 11 a.m. — Heel Klickin’ Cloggers (Appalachian clogging) Noon — Bakra Bata (steel drum) 1 p.m. — Filé Gumbo (Zydeco) 2 p.m. — Heel Klickin’ Cloggers (Appalachian clogging) 3 p.m. — Cascade Cut Ups (traditional bluegrass) 4 p.m. — Joe Kurmaskie (The Metal Cowboy) 5 p.m. — Rhonda and Peco (pop rock duo)

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Bakra Bata


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HATCHERY STAGE

This year, Salmon Days is featuring an additional music stage on the grounds of the state salmon hatchery; the Hatchery Stage will showcase bluegrass groups from the Northwest and is ohfishally spawnsored by AXA Advisors and KBCS 93.1. The Hatchery Stage offers bluegrass enthusiasts a chance to see some of their favorite regional bands for free and an opportunity to be exposed to some artists they might not have heard yet. It will also be a great introduction for the bluegrasscurious and is sure to be entertaining background for the many other attractions located around the hatchery grounds and for the salmon making their way up Issaquah Creek. Saturday afternoon will include a special performance by the duo of Darol Anger and Scott Law. Noted fiddler and composer Darol Anger is a founding member of the David Grisman Quintet, as well as Turtle Island String Quartet, Montreux, Republic Of Strings and is a featured soloist on dozens of recordings and motion picture soundtracks. “It would be hard to overstate Darol Anger’s prominence and influence on the bluegrass music scene over the last three decades,” according to Rob Gilde, manager of the Hatchery Stage and a bluegrass music aficionado. Salmon Days is honored and privileged to have him be part of the bluegrass music program.

Bluegrass comes to new venue Scott Law

The Cascade Cut Ups

Darol Anger Foghorn String Band

Saturday, Oct. 3 11 a.m. - noon — Down The Road 12:15-1:15 p.m. — Cascade Mountain Boys 1:30-2:30 p.m. — Foghorn String Band 2:45-4 p.m. — Jackstraw 4:30-6 p.m. — Darol Anger and Scott Law

Sunday, Oct. 4 11-11:45 a.m. — The Cascade Cut Ups Noon - 12:45 p.m. — The Howdy Boys 1-2 p.m. — Northern Departure 2-3:15 p.m. — Stay Tuned 3:30-4:45 p.m. — Creeping Time 5-6 p.m. — Deadwood Revival

Cascade Mountain Boys


SALMON DAYS HISTORY

Celebrating 40 years of great returns — they keep coming back! ❖ In 1970, the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce presented the first Issaquah Salmon Days Festival. ❖ The event grew out of the desire to replace the once popular Labor Day celebration, as well as a need to celebrate one of Issaquah’s greatest treasures — the annual return of the salmon. ❖ In the beginning, festival attractions included the Kiwanis Salmon BBQ, hatchery tours, an art show, children's parade led by J.P. Patches, Little League football games at Memorial Field, fire crew competitions and more. ❖ In 1980, the Salmon Days Festival and parade underwent two major changes that have been credited with altering the course of the festival: Salmon Days became a Seafair-sanctioned event and a fes-

Looking back at 40 years of memories tival float was created and utilized in marketing. ❖ To aid in the growth process, merchandise was introduced, the first paid festival director was hired and large ohfishal spawnsors came on board in the 1980s.

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❖ In 1990, the festival introduced the Salmon Days limited-edition print, a signed-and-numbered run of 450 prints featuring original artwork. The festival retired the collection at the end of 2003 and almost all of the past prints have sold out. ❖ After 40 years, Salmon Days still has the goal of providing a community celebration focused on our returning salmon. The Kiwanis are still in town barbecuing salmon — just the amount has increased (over a ton each year); the Grande Parade features nearly 100 entries annually; Memorial Park, renamed the Field of Fun during the festival, hosts free activities for families to enjoy; sporting events have replaced the once-popular fire crew competitions; and finally, what began as an art show has transformed into a marketplace, where more than 270 imaginative artists sell their handcrafted pieces to attendees in excess of 150,000.


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By Greg Farrar

Harry Dingwall (left) and Patrick Rogers prepare salmon fillets for cooking over the wood pit at the Issaquah Kiwanis Club’s famous salmon barbecue. The Issaquah Salmon Days Festival is not only the major fundraiser for the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, a not-forprofit organization, but also provides opportunities for other local nonprofit and service groups to raise funds and awareness for their organizations. More than 60 groups who are based in, or directly benefit Issaquah residents, are represented at the festival. A small sampling of the organizations you will find at this year’s festival are listed.

Fabulous, fishy, friendly, fundraising

Kiwanis Salmon BBQ For 40 years, the “world famous” Kiwanis Salmon BBQ has enticed festivalgoers with the wafting smells of fresh fish grilling over an open flame. Just as the festival has grown, so has the amount of mouth-watering salmon served — now totaling more than one ton each year! Located at Gibson Park on Newport Way, the feast is just a short walk behind the hatchery — across the street from the bluegrass music on the new Hatchery Stage. The

first fillets come off the grill at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the fabulous meal for only $12, you’ll find covered seating; a tot lot, where children can play; and you can enjoy the accompanying tunes.

Kiwanis BBQ beef sandwiches The Issaquah Valley Kiwanis Club once again has its mouthwatering beef barbe-

cue on Front Street next to Mills Music and the Go Fish! Stage. Food fanatics will find tasty barbecued beef sandwiches for only $6. There is seating where you can delight to the performers onstage while you enjoy your meal. All proceeds benefit a variety of projects and programs in the community.

Issaquah History Museums The Issaquah History Museums and Restoration Shop will be open from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. during Salmon Days. The Gilman Town Hall Museum and Jail (165 S.E. Andrews St.) tells the story of Issaquah's early history. Our own Issaquah Train Depot, fully restored and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is at the center of Salmon Days activities. Exhibits at this location feature Issaquah's railroad history; the depot is also the home of the Issaquah Valley trolley, currently undergoing restoration in the trolley barn north of the depot.


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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

2010 Firefighter Calendar Support the efforts of Eastside Fire & Rescue Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 2878 to raise funds for burn care research and education by purchasing the 2010 Firefighter Calendar. After you buy the calendar, an amazing deal at only $15, you can have it autographed by some of the firefighters featured in this year’s calendar.

FISH answers Bring your freaky, fun and fabulously fishy questions to the experts at the hatchery, located on West Sunset Way. Highly trained and knowledgeable volunteers, also known as FISH (Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery) docents, are there to answer all of your questions about salmon and the attractions at the hatchery. Docents are easily identified by the tall “Ask Me” signs. You can also stop by the FISH booth at the hatchery to have fun with the “Gill”-iver’s Travels passport game. Complete the game to earn your own special treat!


NONPROFITS Again this year, more than 60 nonprofit groups and service organizations will raise funds and awareness for their organizations. For many of these nonprofits, Salmon Days is one of their major fundraising activities for the year. We are tickled pink to host these organizations, the proceeds from which go directly back into the Issaquah and greater Eastside communities. We are delighted to be able to support so many good causes through our event and hope you will look for them and support them in many different ways. Thank you!

 Denotes green organizations

5th District Democratic Party 5th District Republican Party American Moroccan International Exchange (AMIE) American’s United for Separation of Church and State Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound

Ohfishal nonprofits raise funds at festival Boy Scout Troop 636 Boy Scouts of America Calvary Chapel Eastside  City of Issaquah – Resource Conservation Office  Colehour + Cohen Inc. (for King County Solid Waste Division) Compassion House Delta Society Eager Eye Guide Pups

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Encompass  FISH Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary No. 3054, Issaquah Fraternity Snoqualmie Family Nudist Park  Friends of the Trail Friends of Youth Greyhound Pets Inc. I-90 Community Church  Issaquah Alps Trails Club Issaquah Citizen Corps  Issaquah Environmental Council Issaquah High School DECA Issaquah History Museum Issaquah Middle School PTSA Issaquah Police Department Issaquah Valley Elementary School PTA Issaquah Valley Rock Club Issaquah Youth Advisory Board  King County Conservation District  King County Department of Natural Resources — Noxious Weed Program King County Police Union — My ID Club Kiwanis Club of Issaquah Kiwanis Club of Issaquah Valley


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ROTARY RUN

The Rotary Run, held each year since 1977 on the first Sunday of October during the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival, draws more than 1,200 runners and walkers and helps position the club to perform meaningful community service throughout the year. Although this is a premier competitive event for all runners, it is also becoming a wellness event. You can also jog or walk. Register as an individual, form a team or join an existing team. Register at http://run.issaquahrotary.org. You can also challenge John Curley in the race and help raise money for Issaquah Rotary. Learn more at http://ibeatjohncurley.com. Last year, the Rotary Club of Issaquah proudly joined with Science and Management of Addictions in its work to reduce teen addiction. A portion of the proceeds from the run will go to help further that research. SAMA’s mission is to eliminate the disease of substance addiction in youth by advancing research, education and treatment. SAMA offers support services to parents struggling with their child’s use of alcohol or other drugs.

Kids, adult runs raise dollars for charities Learn more about SAMA at www.samafoundation.org or e-mail info@samafoundation.org. Raising money is easy. You can make a difference in the lives of children and families in your community by helping to eliminate the disease of substance addiction. If you can’t join the race, you can register to raise donations in support of the 2009 Rotary Run from the comfort of your home.

Run day events

❖ 7:30 a.m. Registration tables open,

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runners pick up their shirts, bibs and timing chips ❖ 8:45 a.m. 10K call to starting line ❖ 8:55 a.m. 5K and 10K registration tables close; wheelchair start ❖ 9 a.m. 10K run start ❖ 9:05 a.m. 5K call to starting line ❖ 9:20 a.m. 5K fun run/walk/crawl start ❖ 10 a.m. 1K registration tables close ❖ 10:15 a.m. 5K and 10K courses close ❖ 10:20 a.m. Kids 1K dash starts ❖ 10:30 a.m. Post event celebration and prizes given Rotary Run registration booths and activities are at 1185 N.W. Gilman Blvd., the corner of Gilman Boulevard and 12th Avenue Northwest Awards will be given to the winners of each division in the 10K and 5K, as well as the top three finishers overall. Awards will also be given for top fundraiser and top fundraising team. The awards will be presented at the post event celebration and cannot be mailed. ❖ Top three finishing men and women — First prize: $200; second prize: $100; third prize: $50 ❖ Top Fundraiser: $100 ❖ Top Fundraising Team: Pizza party at Zeek’s Pizza


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Churches Beit Tikvah. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church . . . 37

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