2011 Journey

Paddle to Swinomish 2011

Basic Info

Founded
1989 Canoe Journey
Location
About
Paddle To Swinomish Tribal Canoe Journey 2011
Company Overview
Paddle to Swinomish Landing Day is Monday July 25th!  Visit www.PaddleToSwinomish.com/volunteer to explore volunteering to help us serve breakfast and dinner, or be a part of another volunteer team.
Description
July 25th – Canoe Landing / Dinner
July 26th – 10am Opening Protocol Ceremony
July 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th – 10am Protocol
July 31st – 10am Protocol and Closing Ceremony
Mission
Celebrate with the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community as Canoe Journey events unfold in the waterfront village across the Rainbow Bridge from La Conner.
Products
This is the first year the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community is hosting the annual Canoe Journey, which began in 1989 to coincide with the state centennial.

About 150 canoes will travel to Swinomish from the Northwest and beyond. Thousands of people are expected to attend.

Join us for traditional welcoming ceremonies, dancing, storytelling, food, crafts, vendors, and much more during this week long event.

Loving, caring, and sharing together.

Phone
360-358-5723
Website

 

 

 

 

3 Responses

  1. [...] Centrum, the site of the Port Townsend Writers Conference, is a place I’ve come to love for the beach, the bluffs, the deer bounding through the grounds, the workshop faculty, the lectures and the readings, the opportunity for both solitude and social time, and this year the canoe landings of the 2011 Native Canoe Journey. [...]

  2. Have the pleasure of watching at S’Klallam tomorrow!

  3. I am trying to get hold of Connie McCloud of the Puyallup tribe whom of which I believe is the directer of their Canoe Family. I am at the work release at Lincoln park & Rap house, for us Native Americans to go to the journyes when everyone arrives at Puyallup we have to have a flier saying that the event is going on, so far I have not been able to find one, this is why I am trying to get hold of Connie McCloud. I would appericate it greatly if someone could help me out. Thank you, Blake Shelafoe.

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