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is King” is back this year. The Rainier Blvd. Stage is a must stop for hot rock, pop and blues. Of course ALL is FREE.

It’s a “Wild Thing” weekend as we celebrate the annual return of our Kings, Reds and Silvers to the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery. The hatchery, which is the center of Festival attractions, is filled with displays and activities. Pick up your “Gill”–iver’s Travels passport and navigate to the different booths to learn about salmon, their migration, the environment, and water quality. Show your completed passport to the Dept. of Fish & Wildlife for a special fishy reward. The Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery docents will be happy to answer all of your questions about the salmon lifecycle. They can even tell you about the salmon 5-6 million years ago that had fangs, weighed 500 lbs. and were 10 feet long. They were a true “Wild Thing.” Entertainment is everywhere. The Hatchery stage “Where Salmon Swing and Bluegrass

There’s a wonderful world of “Wild” activities throughout the Festival. The Parade starts at 10 am Saturday with marching bands and floats. There are over 300 arts and crafts booths, the Foods of the World can satisfy any appetite and the Field of Fun is full of hands on projects, rides, games, music and magic. Stop by to create your very own “Wild Thing” sock puppet. Salmon Days continues to be a cleaner and greener festival. Spoons, plates, cups and straws are made from cornstarch and are fully compostable. Spot our fearless team of Refuse Rangers, in neon green shirts throughout the festival to happily help you dispose of your food containers. Be sure to give them a high five!

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A special thank you goes to over 500 “Wild Things” volunteers who put in countless hours to make the Festival run smooth and safe. They can be identified by their Ohfishal Volunteer “Wild Thing” t-shirts. Also many “Wild” thanks to the Festival staff who produce our award-winning Festival. Welcome to Issaquah. I hope you enjoy your visit! Eileen Barber Festival Chair

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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.

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For those pedaling Wild Things, come take advantage of our FREE bike corral Ohfishally Spawnsored by REI and Costco Wholesale for those who want to ride their bikes. The Bike Corral is conveniently located at the Hatchery on W. Sunset Way. To get there, take Newport Way to W. Sunset Way and enter the Hatchery through the first entrance.

Did you know? One of the greenest residential developments in our country is located right here in Issaquah! Join us during Salmon Days for a free tour of zHome, the first multifamily, zeroenergy, carbon-neutral community in the United States.

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 by the Bike Corral.

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Look for our booth at the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride shuttle stop. We can then direct you to the homes, which are located just steps away! The 10 townhomes achieve an impressive amount of ultra-green benchmarks, including: True zero-net energy

Our ever-popular Salmon Days shuttle service Ohfishally Spawnsored by Swedish/Issaquah will whisk you to the Festival grounds. Use the FREE parking at the Issaquah Park and Ride Transit Center, or the Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride or use the Costco corporate parking lot, just south of Pickering Barn. The shuttle will convey you off to the Festival in earth-friendly biodiesel buses and drop you off at one of two locations for the Festival. Parking is free, the cost to ride the shuttle is $2 per person round trip and free for children 12 and under. The Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride shuttle will drop off and pick up attendees on the corner of E. Sunset Way and Second Avenue SE. The Issaquah Highlands Park and Ride is located between NE High Street and NE Park Drive. To get there, take exit 18 off Interstate 90 and head north towards the Highlands and the new zHome. For the shuttle operating from the Costco corporate parking lot, from Interstate 90 take exit 15 and go north on E. Lake Sammamish Parkway. Turn on 11th Ave, take a left at the 4-way stop and continue to the lot on the left. The Costco corporate parking lot is near the store and the shuttle is located on 10th Avenue NW. The Issaquah Park and Ride Transit Center 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.

High indoor air quality through ventilation and low-toxicity materials Deep green building materials 90 percent of construction waste is recycled/reused Site stormwater mimics natural, forested state A significant portion of our environmental footprint comes from the construction and operation of buildings. Spearheaded by the City of Issaquah, zHome demonstrates how to make a home’s impacts as close to zero as possible. During the tour, you’ll see a variety of cutting-edge technologies firsthand, such as: Ground source heat pumps, which are three times more efficient than the best furnaces Building exteriors with twice the insulation of a typical home Solar panels 1700-gallon rainwater cisterns, which are used for toilet flushing and washing clothes Free public tours of zHome will run from 10 am-5 pm Saturdays and 11 am-5 pm Sundays from Sept. 17-Oct. 30. For more information, go to

Both the Costco corporate parking lot and the Issaquah Park and Ride shuttle drop attendees off near the corner of Front Street N. and NE 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 on approximately 10-15 minute intervals, beginning at 9 am and ending at 7 pm both days. Please note

Parking If you choose to drive into town, there are a number of Issaquah non-profits and 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 pink “fish” signs as these indicate Ohfishally sanctioned parking lots, all the proceeds go to Issaquah charities, nonprofits or service groups.


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Finding the Wild Things at the Festival!

Information Booths

Want to know what exciting things are happening at Salmon Days? 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 N. and Northwest Dogwood Street, Front Street South and E. Sunset Way and on the west end of the Field of Fun located at Veterans’ Memorial Park. Have a question on the move? Keep an eye out for our roving information experts! Wearing orange vests with a large question mark on the back, these experts will be able to point you in the right direction if you are not near an Information Booth. Many of our helpful Information Booths’ volunteers donate their time and Issaquah expertise year-round at the Visitor Information Center. Our wonderful volunteers have a wealth of knowledge not only about the Festival, but also about the community at large as well. Be sure to pick up your Ohfishal Schedule of Events which contains detailed information including all FREE activities, each artist’s booth number, a map of the Festival,

entertainment information and special events. This easy guide will help you plan your day to get the most out of your Salmon Days experience! Remember to visit our website to download a map to bring with you!

Issaquah Chamber of Commerce The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce has been the presenting organization for the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival for the past 42 years. The Chamber, with over 450 members, works year-round to promote the Issaquah community, support the local economy, provide business networking opportunities, and serves as the voice of local business to government through its political advocacy. Located in the historic Alexander House on Gilman Blvd., the Chamber produces dozens of networking and other business-focused events each year and actively works to promote and support local businesses through print, online, word of mouth and other mediums. Visit the Chamber today at www.issaquahchamber. com to learn more about how we can help your business thrive in Issaquah.

First Aid We have three first aid stations all operated by Eastside Fire and Rescue to make medical

attention easy and accessible. Stations are located at the following locations: The Festival’s north entrance near the intersection of Front Street North and Northeast Dogwood.

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.

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

Please leave your dogs at home Salmon Days is a great place for fish, friends, family and kids. Thank you for leaving your pets at home! We love fur, fins and feathers, but the bustling atmosphere, kids, and environment is not petfriendly or fun for them. Thank you, on behalf of the City of Issaquah, the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival.

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Wild Things! Salmon Days is a kaleidoscope of events and people coming together to celebrate the return of salmon to our streams. This year’s theme is “Wild Things”, celebrating 42 years of fun and excitement. Salmon Days began 42 years ago as a wondrous celebration of nature – specifically, the returning salmon. The backdrop for this momentous occasion is Issaquah itself, wreathed in vibrant fall colors and shining like a jewel. The beauty of salmon and city come together to create a unique and magical event. Strategic partnerships help us to limit carbon emissions, ensuring that Salmon Days 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. The Issaquah Salmon Days Festival has received numerous awards over the last 20 years for its environmental, family-friendly and marketing programs, including the prestigious International Festival & Events Association’s (IFEA) Pinnacle Awards, the Washington Festival & Events Association’s (WFEA) Summit Awards and the Washington State Recycler’s Association’s (WSRA) Best Event for 2010 for our greening efforts. Local schools eagerly await the return of the salmon each year, as their lifecycle is built into classroom curriculum, and field trips to the stream and hatchery are plentiful. With educational opportunities also at Salmon Days, students are seen prompting their parents with the correct answers. A highlight for many of these young students is the quest to find their salmon, a brightly colored and painted art project. Displayed around the festival, these creative works of art show case the talent of our festivals youngest participants.

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It is the extraordinary recipe of image, theme, and effort, which blends together to create Salmon Days magic. 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 embodies the heart and soul of our community. The Festival celebrates and embraces one of nature’s most amazing creatures, the salmon. In no other place is their journey more fully embraced than in the perfect union of a fun festival. Providing free entertainment and activities for all ages, our Festival remains committed to our attendees. Knowing that service organizations are the lifeblood of the community, Salmon Days is proud to embrace and raise awareness for such worthy causes. More than just a Festival, we are a celebration of nature; a friend to local business and commerce; a coming together of young and old alike to create memories that last a lifetime.

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Salmon Days Staff Welcome to Salmon Days! Our Wild and Wonderful Director of Festivals, Robin H. Kelley, celebrated 20 years with Salmon Days this summer. Your Wild and Wicked Spawnsorship & Promotions Manager is Pauline Middlehurst, the Wild and Wacky new Vendor Manager is Laura Walker and we welcomed back the Wildly Winsome Bernadette Anne as our Retail Specialist/Business Analyst. We just can’t wait for you to find out what we have planned this year. Along with the staff, more than 500 volunteers work to produce Salmon Days. Volunteers regularly join us in the office to count and fold shirts, prepare banners, build and stock shelves, copy, collate, print, glue, color, and generally work with us year round. Many more come out to help with their favorite job during Salmon Days. Add to this the more than 80 Ohfishal Spawnsors, 71 Non Profits, 58 Food Purveyors, over 260 Artisans and Vendors, and 180,000 of the community’s closest friends and family and you have a Festival!


Planning and promoting this year’s Festival is a magical, year-long journey. Beginning with this year’s Wild Things theme, it has grown and developed as the fishy characters have taken on a life of their own. We have so much fun in creating a magnificent two-day extravaganza to celebrate the return of the salmon to the Issaquah waterways.

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Oh, Baby it’s those Wild Things!

The Issaquah Salmon Days Festival is the major fundraiser for local non-profits and service groups to recruit volunteers, raise funds and create awareness for their organizations. As well as being the major fundraiser for the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce, more than 70 groups that directly benefit Issaquah residents are represented at the Festival. Here is a small sampling of the organizations you will find at this year’s Festival.

Kiwanis Salmon BBQ

For 42 years, the “world famous” Kiwanis Salmon BBQ has enticed festival goers with the wafting smells of fresh fish grilling on an open flame. Just as the Festival has grown, so has the amount of mouth-watering salmon served - now totaling more than two tons a year! Located at Gibson Park on Newport Way, the feast is just a short walk from the hatchery and close to the Hatchery Stage playing Folk, Bluegrass and Americana. The first fillets come off the grill around 11:30 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. In addition to the fabulous meal you’ll find covered seating and a tot-lot where the children can play.

Kiwanis BBQ Beef and Pulled Pork Sandwiches

If you are craving something a little meatier, visit the Issaquah Valley Kiwanis Club barbecue on Front Street in the parking lot next to Mills Music. Food fanatics will find scrumptious BBQ \ sandwiches for only $8. The proceeds from both BBQ’s benefit a variety of projects and programs in the community.

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Bring your fishy questions to the experts at the hatchery located on West Sunset Way. There you’ll find highly trained and knowledgeable F.I.S.H. volunteers (Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery). Docents are easily identified by the tall “Ask Me” signs. Stop by the F.I.S.H. booth at the hatchery to partake in the “Gill”-iver’s Travels passport game. Complete the game and earn your own special treat!

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Ensuring a healthy environment for the salmon to return to is always on our minds. This year we continue our initiative to use only compostable service ware and to-go containers. Thanks to the cooperative efforts of our city Resource Conservation Office, CleanScapes and the Salmon Days Office, vendors will be able to conveniently purchase compostable service ware directly from the Festival. 522457

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Of the many things “Wild Things” this year, Salmon Days is especially proud of our commitment to having a clean and green festival. A celebration of this size has a way of catching up with our “waste-lines” and carbon footprint.

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The Issaquah Historical Society Museums and Restoration Shop will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. during Salmon Days. The Gilman Town Hall Museum and jail (165 SE Andrews Street) tell the story of Issaquah’s early history. The 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 address Issaquah’s railroad history. The Train Depot is also the home of the Issaquah Valley Trolley, currently undergoing restoration in the trolley barn north of the Depot. Experience some historical hands on activities at their booth #929.


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From straws to plates and everything in between, Salmon Days will again be one of the festivals in the nation which requires vendors to use only compostable products. Made from corn, sugar cane, bamboo, and wheat byproducts, which are all fully compostable, these goods allow Salmon Days to drastically reduce waste destined for landfill. This year we expect to divert from the landfill at least 50% of the total waste generated at the festival. Friendly volunteers and events professionals from CleanScapes will happily help you to dispose of your food containers at our recycle stations. So grab a tasty treat, enjoy some delicious food, and come help us “re-spawn-sibly” celebrate the return of the salmon to our local hatchery.

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Ohfishal Festival Nonprofits

We are thrilled to have more than 70 nonprofit groups and service organizations participating in Salmon Days 2011. For many of these nonprofits, the Festival serves as their major fund raising activity of the year. Salmon Days is pleased to host these organizations, with the proceeds going directly back into the Issaquah and Greater Eastside communities. We are delighted to be of service to so many good causes through our Festival and hope you will join us and support them. Thank you! * Denotes Green Organizations 5th District Democratic Party

Fraternity Snoqualmie Family Nudist Camp

Issaquah Valley Rock Club


5th District Republican Party

*Friendly Earth

Issaquah Youth Advisory Board

*Trout Unlimited - Bellevue Issaquah Chapter

American Heart Assn.

Friends For Life Guild

*King County DNR - Noxious Weed Program

Unlimited Light Hydroplane Racing Association

American Moroccan International Exchange

*Friends of the Trail

King County Police Union / My ID Club

*USDA Forest Service


Friends of Youth

Kiwanis Club of Issaquah

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3436

Boy Scout Troop 636

Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce

Kiwanis Club of Issaquah Valley

Village Theatre

Boy Scouts of America

Greyhound Pets Inc

Lake Sammamish Elks Lodge #1843

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Calvary Chapel Eastside

*Issaquah Alps Trails Club

*Lake Sammamish State Park

WA State Council of Fire Fighters Burn Foundation

*City of Issaquah - Resource Conservation Office Issaquah Citizen Corps

*Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust

*Washington State, Department of Ecology

*Colehour + Cohen Inc. (for KC Solid Waste Div.) Issaquah Community Support Team

Our Savior Lutheran Church

*Washington Trails Association

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Issaquah Wear and Salmon Days Gear The 2011 Ohfishal style is exciting. Featuring our WILD THINGS! cast of fishy characters, these quality pieces are sure to reel you in with their coziness, comfort and style. More than ever before, we have men’s and women’s styles in sizes from small to 3X. NEW this year, two fishy characters showcase WILD fun on toddler and kids’ T-shirts.

Short Sleeve T-Shirts Traditional white and surplus green are the colors for this year’s ohfishal short sleeve t-shirts. Each shirt is 100% cotton by Gear and has a small logo on the front with a 2011 ohfishal slogan on the back. White shirts are available in S-3X and the green shirts are S–2X. $20 The women’s purple short sleeve t-shirt has a redesigned fit and longer length. It features a fun WILD THING with a flying boa and heels underneath an evening sky of rhinestones. 100% cotton by Gear. S-XL and 1X-3X. $25 Returning this year, is the most popular Salmon Days t-shirt of all time, Born To Be Wild, which showcases a salmon riding a motorcycle on the back with a small Issaquah Salmon Days Festival logo on the front. Born To Be Wild is available in both a women’s t-shirt (S-2XL) and a men’s standard crew (S-3XL.) 100% preshrunk cotton. If you own a bike or love to ride, don’t miss this shirt. $25

Long Sleeve T-Shirts Our 2011 artist T-shirt features Salmon Swirl by Kate Larsson,, of Gig Harbor, Washington. This outstanding watercolor

is showcased beautifully on our long sleeve black t-shirt, available in women’s (S-2XL) and men’s (S-3XL). 100% cotton. $25

body. The GPS coordinates lead you to the best place for salmon viewing. Sized generously for the guys, ladies may need to go down a size. Men’s M-2XL. $45

The 2011 men’s long sleeve t-shirt is sporty. In a gorgeous heathered charcoal, this shirt is extra soft for wearing all winter long. Follow the GPS coordinates on the back for the best place to see our salmon. A small chest logo and “Keeping it Wild in Washington” on the sleeve mean there isn’t anything about this shirt that you can’t love. Men’s S-2XL. $25

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1/4 Zip Sweatshirts Our ¼ zip sweatshirts by Gear are sure to keep you comfy with their soft interiors. The gravel ¼ zip showcases our guitarplaying WILD THING rocker beautifully embroidered on the front. 65/35 cotton/ poly blend. Men’s M-2XL, $40. Show your support for Issaquah with the rich sueded fabric of our olive ¼ zip sweatshirt. Styled for golf, wear it for active times and business. 80/20 cotton/ poly blend. Men’s S-2XL. $45

Full Zip Jackets Need a little more warmth for a chilly autumn evening? Our 2011 jackets are the answer. Raspberry fleece is a super soft gem. It’s baby soft and washes up to be even softer. This cheerful women’s jacket features Issaquah embroidery and has two seam zip pockets in the front, a lined neck and enough length in the torso that you can’t be cold. 100% polyester. S-2XL. $40 The women’s washed red hoodie, with a soft fleece interior, showcases WILD THINGS like no other garment in our 2011 line. 65/35 blend. Women’s S-2XL. $40 Need something a bit warmer and fit for the guys? Try our 2011 Issaquah blue sherpa hoodie. This 70/30 blend has a sherpa lining in the hood and

WILD THINGS are beaming from our 2011 collectible pins. Choose your favorite from the two styles and four colors. Our Issaquah pin is also available, while supplies last. $3

Hats No stream was left untraveled as we pulled out all the stops in the design of our 2011 hats. In black or purple, declare your Issaquah spirit. In khaki, add this year’s Salmon Days hat to your collection. With beautiful embroidery on the front and back, the art doesn’t stop there. Look under the bill and inside. You may just be surprised at how far WILD THINGS can go. $18

KIDS T-Shirts The 2011 kid’s t-shirts make everyone smile. We thank the 4 & 5 yr. old students at Bright Horizons at Issaquah for deciding which WILD THINGS characters should be having fun on our kid’s shirts. Offered in two designs. Sizes 2T-Youth 10/12. $15

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Bring your Wild Things to come and play on the FREE and fabulous Field of Fun which is full of exciting activities in Veterans’ Memorial Park. The Field of Fun is located behind the Issaquah Police Station and next to the Foods of the World. Catered towards families and our youngest festival goers, the Field of Fun has safe, fun, free, and fishy activities for all ages. For more roly-poly fun check out our giant Human Hamster Balls Ohfishally Spawnsored by Banic Chiropractic Center! Climb inside these giant inflatable balls and see what if feels like to be a hamster. Enjoy a roll around the Field of Fun!



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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 Alpine Animal Hospital, Cascade Water Alliance and Vertafore. Need a place to calm your own Wild Things? The Quiet Room is the place to be. Providing a respite time to get those little ones calm, fed and ready to enjoy the fun again. This peaceful oasis is supported and serviced by Friends of Youth and is Ohfishally Spawnsored by HAPPYFAMILY.

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For a different kind of break and some energy release join Karate West on the Police Patio and break a board for only $2 each. This fun and exciting activity will let you experience the thrill of splitting a piece of wood with your bare hands!! Coolio!!! Enter to win karate lessons or a karate themed birthday party.

Take a walk on the Wild side and stand in the splash zone and you’ll see and feel the high-flying athleticism and energy of the exiting DockDogs water jump. Salmon Days brings you the thrill and excitement of something 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

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The Kids’ Stage is full of Wild Things for family members of all sizes. Packed with favorite regional children performers, audiences will remain captivated by exciting stories, thrilling magic, intriguing reptiles and more! Ohfishally Spawnsored by American Family Insurance and Radio Disney AM1250. Join wild man Rick Hartman of the Toy Workshop and learn how to turn everyday household items into fun folk toys! Travel through the stations to saw, hammer, glue, color and decorate your very own toy that can be taken home and enjoyed! This activity is FREE thanks to Bank of America, the Ohfishal Spawnsor. All aboard for a wild ride! Choo Choo here come the mini trains! Hop on the mini trains and enjoy the ride, Ohfishally Spawnsored by Port Blakely Communities. Toot, toot! The 2011 Issaquah Salmon Days Festival is presented by the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and is Ohfishally Spawnsored by Virginia Mason Medical Center. For more information on the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival, please visit the Festival’s web site at www. or email

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Wild and Wonderful! Our Ohfishal Festival Committee and volunteers

Part of the magic of Salmon Days is our wonderful network of volunteers. In fact, until the early 80’s 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 amazing volunteers to help produce the event. The Salmon Days Festival Committee is the core group of volunteers who head up various committees. This group of 21 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 the preparation and production. This year’s committee includes the following:

Will Parkinson Chamber Board Liaison Don Turner Eastside Fire and Rescue David Harris Entertainment Eileen Barber Festival Committee Chair Camie Callahan/Sharianne Coad Field of Fun Pam Stevens Geoteaming Joyce Adams Grande Parade

Rob Gilde Hatchery Zone Max Maxwell Headquarters Mike Winkler Information Booths Sgt. Chris Wilson Police Liaison David Bahm Refuse Rangers Wendy DuBois/Pam Stevens Retail Joyce Adams Salmbassadors Greg & Luke Spranger Tech Team Jack Hodges/Mike DeLile Vehicle Integration Placement Ileah Hoeke Volunteers

This year’s annual Salmon Days Volunteer Sign Up Party was held September 7th at Pickering Barn and catered by our family-friendly partners Timber Ridge at Talus. Volunteers are at the heart of the Festival and their contribution is what makes our Festival a huge success year after year. All the volunteers at Salmon Days are Ohfishally Spawnsored by BECU. Salmon Days has two highly specialized volunteer teams, the Refuse Rangers and the Tech Team. The remarkable Refuse Rangers, our own Eco-Maniacs, are now in their eighteenth year. These dedicated guys and “gills” take care of the wild things that go squish and help to keep our reputation of being one of the cleanest festivals in the Northwest. The Festival is an exciting bustle of booths, activities, signs, banners, murals and more. Wielding duct tape and flashing zip ties, our Tech Team is the amazing group of volunteers who gets the festival set up and ready to go. With their motto of “Fish Happens” we know we can count on them to keep the festival going.

Salmon Days is honored to partner with more than 500 members of the They all come together to make Salmon community each year that come to lend Days one of the best–loved and cleanest a hand. These trusty people are often Festivals around! referred to as ‘Ohfishals’ and this year you’ll find them hustling around Salmon Days in wild and colorful t-shirts helping with just about everything!

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