Annual Calling Back the Salmon
Photo © Anthony Hanrahan
Event Dates: October 05, 2013 - October 06, 2013
The annual Calling Back the Salmon Celebration takes place early October and is a free day of activities for people of all ages.
The Calling Back of the salmon is more than symbolic. It is a day to come together as a community and join efforts to return migrating salmon and steel head back to Auburn Ravine. Over 200 species rely on salmon and they bring fertility back to our watersheds. Salmon have returned to Auburn Ravine for as long as anyone can remember. We invite you to join in our efforts and realize our part in this magical process.
Throughout the day there will be live music, informational and science booths, arts and crafts for children, fly tying and casting activities, and food and merchandise for sale. This third annual event is sponsored by SARSAS and Wildlife Heritage Foundation.
If you are interested in learning how you can positively impact the environment, then you will want to attend the Annual Calling Back the Salmon Celebration held at McBean Park in Lincoln.
Admission Fee (if any): Free
Ages Festival is Appropriate For: All ages