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Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival 14TH ANNUAL

Oct. 9, 10 & 11, 2015

Held rain or shine on the Port Angeles waterfront. Food, crafts, music, cooking demonstrations, chowder cook-off and more!

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Friday: Noon - 10 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

“The Welcome Crab” by Port Angeles artist Clark Mundy

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 5K Fun Run ‌................................................................... 7 Beverages, wine and beer ‌........................................... 11 Bike Corral ‌..................................................................... 7 Capt. Joseph House Foundation Chowder Cook-Off ....... 7 Cooking Demonstration Stage ........................................... 4 Crab Buddies .................................................................. 17 Crab Revival ...................................................................... 8 CrabFest Cocktail Sauce ................................................... 3 Feiro Marine Life Center ................................................... 8 First Federal City Pier ....................................................... 6 Food booths and menus .................................................. 11 Gateway Pavilion .............................................................. 6 Grab-a-Crab Derby ............................................................ 9

Kitsap Bank Crab Central .................................................. 6 Map of the Festival ......................................................... 10 Marine Debris Art ............................................................... 12 Military discount .................................................................. 3 Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association ............................ 8 Our crab ........................................................................... 3 Peninsula Daily News Community Crab Feed ................... 7 Schedule at a glance ....................................................... 10 Sponsors ......................................................................... 18 Staff and volunteers........................................................ 19 Stage schedule ............................................................... 15 Vendors ............................................................................14 Welcoming Ceremony ......................................................... 3

ABOUT COVER ARTIST CLARK MUNDY

“The Welcome Crab� by Clark Mundy

“The Welcome Crab� is a hand-hammered sculpture by Port Angeles copper artist Clark Mundy. Inspired by a local Klallam story about giving thanks, this artwork seeks to extend a warm welcome to all, much as our Klallam tribes do as they raise their hands in thanks and gratitude. A copper sculptor and woodworker, Mundy is well known for his public marine life creations in and around Port Angeles. Check out his 20-inch copper and stainless steel sculptural sign titled “Lucy and the Welcome Crab,� which lives above the entrance to the Feiro Marine Life Center on Port Angeles City Pier. Inside the marine center you can also find his

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mixed media story pole and bench, a tribute to marine lab founders Art Feiro and Will Wirt. Mundy’s work is dedicated to the return of our wild salmon. The triumphant upstream journey of 22 salmon on the Landing Mall’s spiral staircase, a 10-foot copper fountain in the great hall of the Elwha Klallam Heritage Center and a collaborative mixed media piece in the Clallam County Courthouse are all within a few blocks of the Festival. Be sure to visit Mundy’s festival booth to find out more and to see him demonstrating his craft. You can also find Mundy on the Internet at www.coppersalmon.com or write to him at info@coppersalmon.com.

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Welcome to the 14th annual

Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival Welcome! CrabFest welcomes each and every one of you to one of the best seafood festivals in the country. CrabFest is the annual celebration of the North Olympic Peninsula’s diverse bounty — the seafood, agriculture and aquaculture, maritime history, cultural traditions and the breathtaking coastal environment. Just a few miles from Dungeness Bay, this is the home of the Dungeness crab where we celebrate the region’s famed crustacean and Olympic Peninsula cuisine. Enjoy the abundance of the Olympic Peninsula, its communities, and all that the Festival has to offer!

Welcoming ceremony We always begin the Festival with the blessing of the first peoples. Local officials and Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members will welcome the festival at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Gateway Pavilion with the Elwha Klallam Drum Group, traditional stories and songs.

The price of seafood We do our very best to keep festival-goers in mind and provide fresh, delicious crab dinners at a reasonable cost. Even with the rising cost of seafood, we have been able to avoid increasing the price of the crab dinners for many years. We get our crab live and fresh, caught especially for the Festival and delivered throughout the weekend by High Tide Seafoods.

Take a crab home Purchase fresh, cooked, cleaned, whole and chilled Dungeness crab — on the pier right next to the Grab-aCrab Derby. And for our Canadian friends, yes, you may take cooked crab and other seafood into Canada.

CrabFest Cocktail Sauce Nothing says CrabFest more than our CrabFest Cocktail Sauce — a festival in your mouth! All of the ingredients are locally grown and prepared in Clallam County. The recipe was developed by Michael McQuay of Kokopelli Grill and the sauce is prepared and bottled by Betsy Wharton of Clallam Canning Company. Bottles are available for purchase at the information booths and at the Crab Derby.

Contact us The street address of the Festival is 121 E. Railroad Ave. for GPS locaters. We welcome your comments and suggestions. E-mail info@crabfestival.org, call 360-452-6300 or mail: 105 ½ E First St., Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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We honor our current members and families of the armed forces with a special crab dinner price of $25 all weekend and 10 percent off all merchandise at our information booths. Please show current active military ID to receive your discounts.

Volunteers We need your help! A variety of volunteer positions are available throughout the weekend. Contact CrabFest online at www.crabfestival.org in advance of the Festival, or inquire at one of the information booths during the Festival. Volunteers receive a volunteer T-shirt, and those working two or more shifts are rewarded with a free ½ crab dinner, and the thanks of the community. Volunteers will be entered in a drawing to win great prizes!

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CrabFest chefs ready to tempt your taste buds COOKING DEMONSTRATION STAGE

Sponsored by Olympic Restaurant Equipment Inc., Olympic Culinary Loop and Olympic Peninsula Wineries Saturday, Oct. 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located at the Gateway Pavilion CrabFest is proud to share with you an outstanding lineup of regional chefs with host and emcee — Steve Shively, Membership and Marketing Director of Olympic Culinary Loop. Important notice: As the program goes to press we have just received word that Chef Graham Kerr is unable to attend the Crab Festival due to a family DANIEL RATIGAN medical emergency. He sends his apologies and asks BETSY WHARTON for your prayers. Plugra butter and lemon and house-cured steelhead lox, We will be doing some shuffling of the cooking demos so dressed in capers, red onion, house herbed cream cheese clams, mussels, prawns and fresh fish in a seafood please check out website prior to the Festival for the final and Pane d’Amore crostini. schedule, which will also be posted at the info booths and bouillabaisse. at the stage. Thanks for your patience and understanding. 12:30 p.m. — BETSY WHARTON, owner of Clallam 5 p.m. — JOSH BAAR, sous chef at Kokopelli Grill in Canning Company and chef/mastermind of the official Port Angeles, will prepare smoked scallop taquito with SATURDAY, OCT. 10 CrabFest Cocktail Sauce, will prepare pan-seared halibut avocado tomatillo salsa. 11:30 a.m. — DOV HAYES, chef at Ajax Café in Port Hadlock will prepare a Northwest fisherman’s stew with with rhubarb chutney. SUNDAY, OCT. 11 1:15 p.m. — To be announced 11 a.m. — XINH DWELLEY, chef and owner of Xinh’s Clam & Oyster House in Shelton. 2 p.m. — GARRETT SCHACK, executive chef of Vista 18 Restaurant in Victoria, B.C. 3 p.m. — VIRGINIE BOURGUE, owner and winemaker at Lullaby Winery in Port Townsend will prepare “Olympic Peninsula” Paella and showcase why it’s best paired with Viognier wine. 4 p.m. — DANIEL RATIGAN, chef at Fireside Restaurant at The Resort at Port Ludlow will prepare local steamer clams in broth of fresh herbs, garlic, white wine,

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Three CrabFest venues full of fun, excitement The Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival includes three major venues on the Port Angeles waterfront all connected where Railroad Avenue and Lincoln Street meet at Ennis Creek, the Port Angeles Harbor and the Olympic Discovery Trail. A detailed festival map is provided on Page 10 for your convenience. Here are some details about what will be happening at each venue during the three-day festival.

Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent Friday, Oct. 9, open noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty, Nash’s Organic Produce, Olympic Cellars, Olympic Peninsula Wineries, Olympic Distributing Company and Sunny Farms. Join us under the 8,000-square-foot Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent set up adjacent to the Red Lion Hotel and Port Angeles Crab House, 221 N. Lincoln St. Here you’ll find our old-fashioned crab feed complete with large kettles of fresh crab, Sunny Farms corn and Nash’s organic coleslaw. Eight of the finest local and regional restaurants complement the crab feed with more than 30 dishes and great desserts.

There are plenty of non-seafood choices, including a variety of vegetarian dishes. We’ve got wine tasting by award-winning local wineries, local and Washington state beers, a raw oyster bar, and hours of live music. See Page 10 for all the menus.

Gateway Pavilion Saturday, Oct. 10, open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The pavilion is home to the Olympic Restaurant Equipment Cooking Demonstration Stage. Sponsored by Olympic Restaurant Equipment, Olympic Culinary Loop, D.A. Davidson and CHEK. The Gateway Pavilion showcases our regional and Olympic Peninsula chefs on the Cooking Demonstration Stage, plus more great food. Check out the clock tower “crab art” by local artists. See Page 4 for chef demonstration information.

Climb the pier tower for magnificent views of the harbor, the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains. Check out more than 75 craft, merchant, nonprofit and sponsor booths. Don’t miss the historical murals about the Elwha River Dam. Family-friendly food booths and refreshments can be enjoyed at one of the picnic tables while you watch the Grab-a-Crab Derby. On Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. check out the Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association’s exhibitions off Hollywood Beach. Take the family to the Feiro Marine Life Center, located on the pier, to see fascinating sea life exhibits.

First Federal City Pier Friday, Oct. 9, open from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Take a walk out on City Pier or along Hollywood Beach in downtown Port Angeles.

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Port Angeles Likes Bikes Bike Corral Friday, Oct. 9 from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at the Gateway Pavilion at the corner of Lincoln and First streets. Ride your bike to the Festival and park it at the Bike Corral sponsored by Port Angeles Likes Bikes. Volunteers will secure your bike in our portable bike racks supplied by the City of Port Angeles and CrabFest.

Captain Joseph House Foundation Chowder Cook-Off Sunday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Held in the Transit Center bus lanes next to the Gateway Pavilion Visitors to CrabFest have a delicious opportunity to support Captain Joseph House, a place of respite and healing for the Gold Star Families of our Fallen Heroes. Professional and amateur chefs will compete to create the most delicious chowder, as determined by a People’s Choice Award and a panel of judges. All chowder entries will be made from scratch on site beginning at 10 a.m. Festival-goers can watch the chowder cooking, and, beginning at noon, sample the work of the chefs and vote for their favorite.

Peninsula Daily News Community Crab Feed Friday, Oct. 9 from Noon to 10 p.m. Held in the Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent Receive $4 off our Crab Dinner all day! Your $25 entry includes a whole Dungeness crab, Nash’s organic cole slaw and Sunny Farms corn. Eight of the finest local and regional restaurants complement the crab feed with more than 30 dishes and   great desserts (see menus on Page 11).

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Tickets for five 2-ounce tastes may be purchased for $10, and entitle the ticketholder to one vote for the People’s Choice Award. Any number of tickets may be purchased. The official award ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. All proceeds will support the Captain Joseph House Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing a unique respite/retreat experience in the Pacific Northwest where Gold Star Families of our Fallen Heroes can heal, make new memories, and rebuild family traditions.

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Sunday, Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Held at the Gateway Pavilion Brass bands! Clapping hands! Joyful sing-along songs — a great way to start your Sunday! Come on down and join us at the Gateway Pavilion for a Sunday morning celebration of gospel music for the whole family. The fifth annual CrabFest Crab Revival will include performances by the Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers, the CrabFest Revival Choir, gospel favorites led by Revival director Michael Rivers and a performance by the Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers’ Little Brass Band. Last year’s collaboration of adult and student singers proved so successful the CrabFest Revival Choir was invited to be the “special guest” at the Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers’ annual spring concert at the high school and ended up featured on the group’s newest CD, “Fill-a Me Up! “ Rumor is the new CD could be available pre-release at the CrabFest — just one more reason to join us for a great morning of music and fellowship. Admission is always free and all are welcome.

Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association Saturday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Hollywood Beach Rowing exhibitions and a “learn-to-row” seminar will be conducted next to City Pier at Hollywood Beach. Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association is dedicated to making the benefits of rowing available to the North Olympic Peninsula community, regardless of age, ability or economic status. Few sports have such broad appeal and accessibility for so many kinds of people. >> continued on Page 9

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From weekend enthusiasts to serious athletes, rowing can be enjoyed by anyone. More college scholarships are awarded for rowing than any other sport. It’s also a great way for seniors to stay fit. Check out Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association’s boat house on Ediz Hook.

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KITSAP BANK CRAB CENTRAL TENT Friday, Oct. 9 — Noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 — 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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GATEWAY PAVILION Saturday, Oct. 10 — 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 —9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

SUNDAY, OCT. 11 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. — Crab Revival — Non-denominational musical service at the Gateway Pavilion 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Feiro Marine Life Center at First Federal City Pier

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SATURDAY, OCT. 10 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. — Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association presents a rowing exhibition and “learn to row” seminar at Hollywood Beach 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. — CrabFest 5K Fun Run open registration on the Olympic Discovery Trail 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Feiro Marine Life Center — First Federal City Pier 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. — 75 arts and crafts, food and nonprofit booths on First Federal City Pier 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. — Port Angeles Likes Bikes Corral and food booths at Gateway Pavilion 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Grab-a-Crab Derby at First Federal City Pier 11 a.m. — CrabFest 5K Fun Run on the Olympic Discovery Trail 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. — Welcoming Ceremony with the Lower Elwha Drum Group at the Gateway Pavilion 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. — Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent — crab feed, eight food booths, oyster bar, beer and wine, live music 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Cooking Demonstration Stage at the Gateway Pavilion

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FRIDAY, OCT. 9 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Feiro Marine Life Center — First Federal City Pier Noon to 10 p.m. — Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent — Peninsula Daily News Community Crab Feed Dinner, eight food booths, oyster bar, beer and wine and live music Noon to 6 p.m. — 75 arts and crafts, food and nonprofit booths at First Federal City Pier Noon to 6 p.m. — Port Angeles Likes Bikes Corral open at Gateway Pavilion

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10 a.m. to noon — Captain Joseph House Chowder Cook-Off — Watch the chefs cook in the Transit Center bus lanes, just west of the Gateway Pavilion 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — 75 arts and crafts, food and nonprofit booths at First Federal City Pier 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Grab-a-Crab Derby at First Federal City Pier 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Port Angeles Likes Bikes Corral and food booths at the Gateway Pavilion 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. — Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent — crab feed, eight food booths, oyster bar, beer and wine

and live music 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Cooking Demonstration Stage at the Gateway Pavilion . Noon to 2 p.m. — Captain Joseph House Chowder Cook-Off — chowder tasting for the public and voting for the People’s Choice Award in the Transit Center bus lanes 2 p.m. — Captain Joseph House Chowder Cook-Off — Official Award Ceremony in the Transit Center bus lanes 5 p.m. — Festival closes — See you next year at the 15th annual CrabFest, held Oct. 7-9, 2016! PENINSULA DAILY NEWS


What’s cookin’ CrabFest food Vegetarian items are marked with a (v)

PORT ANGELES CRAB HOUSE House made coconut prawns Teriyaki salmon Ahi tuna poke KITSAP BANK CRAB CENTRAL TENT Dungeness crab cocktail Dungeness crab mac and cheese Co-sponsored by Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty Giant baked potato with fixins or with chili and fixins Crab House chili, with bread bowl or baker DUNGENESS CRAB FEED Hot dog, with fixins and chili Steamed or chilled whole Dungeness crab served with Crab and corn chowder, with bread bowl organic coleslaw from Nash’s Organic Produce and corn Crabby cupcakes on the cob from Sunny Farms. This is as fresh as it gets! Whole crabs average 2 pounds. SERGIO’S HACIENDA Two Halibut fish tacos with sour cream and guacamole BLONDIE’S PLATE Two Dungeness crab enchiladas served with sour Curried Salmon Oscar: Local king salmon from Wild cream and guacamole West on basmati rice in red curry, topped with local Two tostadas with Dungeness crab and baby shrimp Dungeness crab and cucumber salsa Dungeness crab shooters: Bloody Mary & celery, finger ceviche Cheese quesadillas with sour cream and guacamole (v) lime caviar and cilantro, and ginger wasabi aioli and cucumber salsa TAYLOR SHELLFISH FARMS Traditional Caesar salad: Romaine lettuce, garlic Fresh shucked oysters — Kumamoto and shigoku dressing, parmigiana & croutons. Add Dungeness crab or local king Salmon, if desired. Oyster grinder: Fried oysters, caper tartar and cabbage TOGA’S SOUP HOUSE Dungeness crab bisque from fresh CrabFest crabs slaw on a bun Northwest clam chowder Fried chicken wings: Plain or spicy, with blue cheese Tomato bisque (v) dressing and celery Garlic ciabatta bread (v) CEDARS AT DUNGENESS Fried oysters FIRST FEDERAL CITY PIER BBQ oysters BC FROZEN TREATS Oyster po boy wrap Ice cream bars, frozen bananas, frozen cheesecake and Fried calamari frozen strawberry and banana kabobs. All may be dipped Dungeness crab poutine in chocolate and rolled in peanuts, while you watch! Grilled hamburgers and fries Halibut cake sandwich and fries CURBSIDE BISTRO Nathan’s famous hotdogs, longhorn smoked German DUNGENESS CRAB CAKE COMPANY — sausage and Adell’s chicken pineapple bacon sausage. BELLA ITALIA Dungeness crab cake plate GYPSY COFFEEHOUSE Dungeness crab cake sandwich Traditional Italian café selections and gypsy chai latte Dungeness crab roll Holistic child-friendly alternatives FRIENDS OF THE FIELDS Sunny Farms pumpkin pie (v) Sequim blackberry pie (v) Lazy J apple pie (v) Dungeness crab quiche Bread pudding Drip coffee Crab pot pie KOKOPELLI GRILL Halibut and chips Cod and chips Shrimp and chips Combo shrimp, cod and halibut and chips Grilled sea bass fish tacos Seafood gumbo Garlic parmesan fries (v) Side of fries (v) Peninsula Daily News

THE SEAFOOD SPOT Northwest seafood gumbo, and freshly grilled Cajunstyle blackened salmon cakes or Dungeness crab cakes with organic greens and balsamic lavender vinaigrette.

GATEWAY PAVILION

J’AIME LES CREPES Savory crepes: Smoked salmon, chicken, cheese, ham, artichoke and spinach. Sweet crepes: Strawberry, fruit, chocolate, jam, sugars and whipped cream ALASKA WEATHERVANE SCALLOPS Scallorito — Scallops on a warm tortilla with pesto, coleslaw and bacon Seared Alaska scallops served on rice pilaf with your choice of Marsala mushroom, pesto or red curry sauce.

OLYMPIC PENINSULA WINE, REGIONAL BEER

Olympic Peninsula Wineries and Olympic Distributing Company provide festival-goers with great wines, ciders, beers and beverages. Wine includes selections from Alpenfire Cider, Camaraderie Cellars, Eaglemount Wine & Cider, FairWinds Winery, Finnriver Cidery, Harbinger Winery, Lullaby Winery, Marrowstone Vineyards, Olympic Cellars Winery and Wind Rose Cellars. All of the wineries are open during the Festival; visit www.olympicpensinsulawineries.org. Beers include Fathom & League Hop Yard Brewery from Sequim, micro-brews including The Pike Brewery of Seattle, Scuttlebutt of Everett and Hales Ales of Ballard. Local Bedford’s Sodas are made with pure cane sugar and are a refreshing treat. Water is provided by 7 Cedars Casino Properties. Wine is available by the glass and bottle (and you may purchase wine to take home). Classic wineglasses and pint beer glasses are available for purchase to better enjoy your beverages while at the Festival and to keep as souvenirs. TAKE HOME A CRAB AND OUR SEAFOOD SAUCE! Can’t get enough fresh crab? Before you head home, “Grab a Crab To Go!” Purchase a fresh, cleaned, cooked, chilled crab. We also have a crab kit with bibs, forks and napkins. You can even take it on the ferry to Canada! And don’t forget to buy a bottle of our great, locally sourced and locally made CrabFest Seafood Sauce. Crabs are available at City Pier next to the Crab Derby. CrabFest Seafood Sauce is available at the Crab Derby and festival information booths.

EVEN MORE GOOD EATS ON THE SAME BLOCK The Port Angeles Crab House is open next to the Red Lion Hotel, and there are three restaurants in The Landing mall, 115 E. Railroad Ave., adjacent to City Pier: Downriggers On The Water, Smugglers Landing and Wine on the Waterfront. Also open nearby: Kokopelli Grill, 203 E. Front St.; Jasmine Bistro, 222 N. Lincoln St.; H2o Waterfront Bistro, 222 N. Lincoln St.; Dairy Queen, 128 E. Railroad Ave.; La Belle Creperie, 222 N. Lincoln St.; and Turnip the Beet, 130 E. Front St.

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Marine debris art — ‘From Trash to Treasures’ ‘Crabtastic’ eats

await at the 14th annual CrabFest

In 2015, there will be three marine debris art sculptures at CrabFest. In the main tent, look for Jennifer Bright’s popular 7-foot “Jellyfish” and Sarah Tucker’s “Octopus,” a new sculpture which has been created with debris gathered by volunteers from the many organizations associated with Washington CoastSavers. Just outside the main tent, Tucker’s “Public Crab” will be displayed. “Public Crab” will return to CrabFest festooned with fresh debris!

Think about it The art pieces invite us to consider our role in the debris that has invaded our marine environment and the toxicity of marine waste. They remind us to keep these critical environmental issues in the forefront of our minds and eco-decisions. CrabFest attendees chow down on culinary delights in the Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent.

Marine debris art The ever-burgeoning amount of marine debris in our oceans and rivers has been mined by local artists to create thought-provoking, fascinating and unusual artistic statements.

From trash to treasures Local artists Tucker and Bright will display three of their marine debris sculptures at CrabFest this year. Bright brings her masters degree in marine biology and her passion for the natural world together with her fascination of deep-sea organisms and combines them into artistic expressions. Tucker brings 15 years of multi-arts experience in Port Angeles, especially working with recycled and repurposed materials.

What is marine debris? Marine debris is trash that somehow ends up in the ocean. Recognize this plastic water bottle? It could be the one you threw away several months ago — not at the beach, but at your home! It just blew out of your garbage, landed in a nearby waterway and floated out to the coast. Now it’s degrading and poisoning our coastal wildlife.

Artist Jennifer Bright’s 7-foot “Jellyfish” sculpture will hang in the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival’s main tent.

Or maybe a commercial fishing boat lost some gear in one of our notorious winter storms. No matter where you live or what kind of work you do, marine debris is everyone’s problem.

Dungeness crab, corn on the cob, coleslaw and many other scrumptious dishes greet festival-goers each year.

Don’t forget your crab hat!

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Each year during the three-day CrabFest you will find people wearing some very crabby head gear. Stop by the festival’s Crazy Crab Hats booth for a selection, including foam hats, crab visors, velvet berets, baseball crab hats with pincers and legs coming off the sides, and the most popular — the beanie with bendable crab legs and eyes. Peninsula Daily News


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Festival vendors Arts, crafts, merchant and nonprofit booths on the pier open Friday through Sunday 3-D Wood Maps ......................................................WOOD A Living Canvas ................................. FACE PAINTING Air Flo Heating Company ............................. SPONSOR Alex Art & Construction .......................................WOOD Alice’s Small Creations ........................................ FIBER Applegate Pottery .........................................CERAMICS Art of Letters Photography ................ PHOTOGRAPHY Bath Fitter ..................................................... SPONSOR Bob’s Freakin Nuts ............................... CONSUMABLE Brevin’s Solid Gold Fudge .................... CONSUMABLE Celia’s Gourmet Foods .......................... CONSUMABLE Cindy Elstrom Ceramics & Textiles ........... CERAMICS Clallam Canning Company................... CONSUMABLE Clark Mundy Copper Sculptor ........................... METAL Crazy Crab Hats ........................................ MERCHANT Custom Knitting ................................................... FIBER DJ’s Jewelry & Accessories ........................... JEWELRY Doug’s Puzzles ...................................................... WOOD Elegant Hardwear ......................................... JEWELRY Elwha Apiary ...................................... AGRICULTURAL Fishpeople Seafood ................................ CONSUMABLE Friday Harbor House of Jerky .................. MERCHANT Garlic Gourmay ..................................... CONSUMABLE Glass Fused Art ................................................... GLASS Gone Fishin’ ........................................... CONSUMABLE

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CrabFest Stage sponsored by Jim’s Pharmacy & Air Flo Heating Friday, Oct. 9 — Noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 — 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our music stage in the Kitsap Bank Crab Central Tent features fantastic live music throughout the weekend — country, bluegrass, rock, jazz and folk — we have it all covered!

FRIDAY, OCT. 9 Noon – 1 p.m. 1:15 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. 4 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. 5:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. 7 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Buck Ellard Band Ranger and the Re-Arrangers The Crocs The Fabulous Hayshakers Ranger and the Re-Arrangers Tanga Joy In Mudville

country swing/gypsy jazz rock/blues covers rock/blues swing/gypsy jazz Latin/jazz Americana/rock/funk

SATURDAY, OCT. 10 11 a.m. – Noon 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. 2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. 5:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 6:45 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

bluegrass/country Luck of the Draw The Vibratones ’50s-’60s rock Hot Damn Scandal American gypsy blues Scott Sullivan original/cover rock Pufnstuff jam rock (Pufnstuff sponsored by Olympic Mailing Services) Locos Only contemporary rock Luau Cinder reggae Chance classic rock Fat

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The classic rock band Fat Chance will entertain crowds at the 14th annual Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival in downtown Port Angeles on Saturday, Oct. 10.

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Wine Tastings 1st&3rd Fridays Oct thru June

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Meet the 2015 Crab Buddies Support the businesses that support the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival AUTOMOBILES

Wilder Auto www.wilderauto.com

BANKING

Burwell & Wolfe www.bw-cpa.com

Newsradio KONP www.konp.com

D.A. Davidson www.davidsoncompanies.com

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REAL ESTATE

First Federal www.ourfirstfed.com

Gentry Architecture Collaborative www.gentryarchitecture.com

Kitsap Bank www.kitsapbank.com

Olympic Mailing Services www.olympicmailing.com

Windermere Real Estate/Port Angeles www.portangeles.com

Sound Community Bank www.soundcb.com

Pen Print Inc. www.penprintinc.com

RESTAURANTS

Umpqua Bank www.umpquabank.com

Platt Irwin Law Firm www.plattirwin.com

BEVERAGES

Tracy Wealth Management www.tracywealthmanagement.com

Bedford’s Sodas www.bedfordssodas.com Hale’s Brewery www.halesbrewery.com Olympic Cellars Winery www.olympiccellars.com Olympic Distributing Company 360-452-8966 Olympic Peninsula Wineries www.olympicpeninsulawineries.com Scuttlebutt Brewing Company www.scuttlebuttbrewing.com The Pike Brewery www.pikebrewing.com

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Air Flo Heating www.airfloheating.com Bath Fitter www.bathfitter.com Blake Tile & Stone www.blakeinc.net Ferrellgas www.ferrellgas.com

Trisa & Co. Interior Design www.trisa.co

CASINOS

7 Cedars Casino Properties www.7cedarsresort.com

COMMUNITY

Cock-a-doodle Doughnuts www.cockadoodledoughnuts.com Kokopelli Grill www.kokopelli-grill.com Toga’s Soup House www.togassouphouse.com

RESTAURANT SUPPLIES Food Services of America www.fsafood.com

Olympic Restaurant Equipment Inc. www.olympicrestaurantequipment.com

Olympic Culinary Loop www.olympicculinaryloop.com

RETAIL

Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce www.portangeles.org Rotary Nor’Wester www.rotarynorwester.org

GOLF COURSES

The Cedars at Dungeness www.7cedarsresort.com/golf

LODGING

Red Lion Hotel Port Angeles www.redlion.com/portangeles

MARKETS & FOOD

Dairy Fresh Farms www.dairyfreshfarms.com Longhouse Market & Deli www.7cedarsresort.com/shopping/longhouse-market

Mathews Glass Company 360-457-5277

Nash’s Organic Produce www.nashsorganicproduce.com

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MEDIA

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North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center www.nopsc.org

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Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty www.uptownrealty.com

CHEK www.cheknews.ca

Jim’s Pharmacy www.jimsrx.com Northwest Native Expressions www.northwestnativeexpressions.com Swain’s General Store www.swainsinc.com The Landing Mall www.thelandingmall.com What’s In Store 360-457-1427

SEAFOOD

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STORAGE

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TRAVEL

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Thank you festival sponsors! Presenting Sponsors

M.V. COHO

Major Sponsors

Official Sponsors

The Landing Mall Bedford’s Sodas

Birchhill Enterprises LLC Burwell & Wolfe

Monte English Self Storage North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center

Supporting Sponsors Avis Budget Group Blake Tile & Stone Dairy Fresh Farms Gentry Architecture Collaborative

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CrabFest staff and volunteers The Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival is brought to you by Olympic Peninsula Celebrations and the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce.

5-K Fun Run Captain ................................................................................... Alison Crumb Chowder Cook-Off Coordinator .......................................................................... Sam Coyle Chowder Cook-Off Coordinator ................................................................ Tawana Borden Chowder Cook-Off Coordinator ......................................................... Betsy Reed Schultz Cooking Demo Emcee .................................................................................... Steve Shively Cooking Demo Sound ...................................................................................... Duane Wolfe Cooking Demo Sound Assistant ........................................................................ Julie Wolfe Cooking Demo Staff .......................................................................................... Karen Hunt Cooking Demo Staff ........................................................................................... Linda Keck Cooking Demo Staff ................................................................................ Sally Sturdevant Crab Central Manager and Volunteer Director ............................................ Kelly Jo Hill Crab Derby Crab Coordinator .............................................................. Quinton Chastain Crab Derby Tank Coordinator .............................................................................. Bob Keck Crab Derby Assistant ....................................................................................... Dan Schultz Crab Derby Catcher ....................................................................................... Mikey Brown Crab Derby Staff ................................................. Peninsula College Men’s Basketball Crab Derby Staff ............................................................................. Puget Sound Anglers Crab Feed Captain ........................................................................................ Steve McCabe Crab Feed Cookers ...................................................................................... Julian McCabe Crab Feed Cookers ....................................................................................... Steve Johnson Crab Revival Director ................................................................................. Michael Rivers Crab Supply Consultant .................................................................................... Ed Bedford CrabFest Executive Director ............................................................................ Scott Nagel Feiro Marine Life Center ........................................................................ Melissa Williams Finance Manager ........................................................................................ Emerald Keyte Food Consultant ............................................................................................... Neil Conklin Food Services Director ................................................................................... Toga Hertzog High Tide Seafoods Manager .......................................................................... Dan Schleve Information Booth Coordinator .......................................................................... Carol Peet Line Manager ......................................................................................... Charlie Comstock Main Stage Booking ............................................................................... Paul Stehr-Green Main Stage Sound .................................................................................................. Tim Brye Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association ........................................................... Jim Moran Operations Manager ....................................................................................... Carol Gentry Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce Executive Director ........ Russ Veenema Peninsula College Athletic Department .......................................................... Tim Tucker Peninsula College Men’s Basketball ......................................................... Mitch Freeman Producer .......................................................................................................... Karen Powell Production Assistant ........................................................................................... Randy Hill Production Assistant ....................................................................................... Tyson Young Production Crew Chief ................................................................................ Amanda Pinell Production Crew ...................................................... Kevin Johnson and Paula Messer Production Director ..................................................................................... Mike Prebezac Production Equipment Manager ..................................................................... Curtis Beus Red Lion Liaison .............................................................................................. Lindsay Fox Security Coordinator ........................................................................................ C.J. Kapitan Signage Contractor ........................................................................................ Wade Leinaar Skills Center Coordinator .............................................................................. Denise Dahll Vendor Coordinator .................................................................................... Barb Landbeck Vendor Coordinator ........................................................................................... Beth Norris Videographer ................................................................................................ John Gussman Wine Captain ................................................................................................ Michael Smith Wine Manager Assistant .......................................................................... Regan Harrison Wine Manager Assistant ............................................................................ Renae Bradley Winery Liaison-Olympic Peninsula Wineries ................................................. Lisa Martin PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Captain Joseph House Chowder Cook-Off Committee .......................... Sam Coyle Tawana Borden Betsy Reed Schultz Joe Borden Clock Tower Crab Design Team ............................................ Anna Wiancko-Christian Dani Lablond Gray Lucier Cindy Elstrom CrabFest Photographer ............................................................................. Russ Veenema CrabFest Seafood Sauce ........................................................................... Betsy Wharton Marine Debris Art ...................................................................................... Jennifer Bright Sarah Tucker Marketing and Media ................................... Deborah Anastasi Black Public Relations Laurel Black Design Peninsula Daily News Newsradio KONP Captain T’s Shirt Shoppe Olympic Printers Pen Print, Inc. Steve Shively/S3 Solutions Peninsula College Athletic Department: Thanks to the Men’s Basketball Team, Women’s Basketball Team, Men’s Soccer Team and Women’s Soccer Team for their great support. Vendors and suppliers: High Tide Seafoods, Food Service of America, Sysco, Olympic Distributing Company, Olympic Peninsula Wineries, Olysigns, Ferrellgas, Olympic Restaurant Equipment, Event Management Services, Rainbow Sweepers, Day Wireless, The Landing Mall, Olympic Cellars, Nor’Wester Rotary, Sequim Rotary, Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club, Burwell & Wolfe, ASM Signs, Bill’s Plumbing, Dairy Fresh Farms, Goodwill, Budget Rental, Monte English Self Storage and All Points Charter. City of Port Angeles: Thanks to the City Council and all the staff who make the Crab Festival possible each year. Special Thanks: Port Angeles Ambassadors, Puget Sound Anglers, Ryan Malane, Wade Leinaar, Russ Veenema, George Bergner, Jim Moran, Kevin Tracy, Mike Pinell and Mickie Vail. Thanks to all of the Volunteers who make the Crab Festival work!

We hope to see you next year at the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival. Save the date! Oct. 7-9, 2016 DUNGENESS CRAB & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL 2015

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Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival 2015

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Special Sections - Dungeness Crab Festival 2015  

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