From our Friends at Nooksack Wild and Scenic.
The Summer Celebration will take place at the Douglas Fir Campground, 2.7 miles east of Glacier off of the Mt. Baker Highway. Activities include hikes, fly-fishing workshops, rafting and a BBQ dinner. All events, except for rafting, are free. Wild and Scenic River Tours will be offering half-priced ($40) rafting trips on the North Fork Nooksack at 3pm on both Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29.
The schedule of events is as follows:
8:30am – Hannegan Pass Hike
10am – Horseshoe Bend Interpretive Walk
11:30am – Intro to Fly Fishing Streams and Rivers Workshop
2pm – Intro to Fly Tying Workshop
2:30pm – Horseshoe Bend Interpretive Walk
3pm – Rafting the North Fork Nooksack with Wild and Scenic River Tours
5pm – Nooksack River Protection Happy Hour
6pm – Summer Celebration BBQ
Please call Wild and Scenic River Tours at 360-599-3115 to make your rafting reservation and provide promo code WSRA1968 in order to receive the $40 price.
Hikers for the Hannegan Pass Hike will meet at 8:30am at the Horseshoe Bend Trailhead to sign-in and organize a carpool to the trailhead. We are requesting an RSVP for the Hannegan Pass Hike. Please either reply to this email or call me at 206-213-0330 to reserve your spot on the hike. The hike is free. All other events meet at the Douglas Fir Campground Picnic Shelter and are free.
We are also asking for RSVPs for the BBQ so we can plan accordingly. Space is limited so please either reply to this email or call me at 206-213-0330 ext. 1 to let us know if you’re coming to the BBQ.
For more information about the Summer Celebration, please see the attached full description of events and the promotional poster.
Thank you and we’re looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, June 28!
Associate Director Washington Conservation Programs
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Todd Elsworth is one of the many “Mossy-haired lunatics roaming the dripping peninsulas”, described in “I’m Here for the Weather” by Tom Robbins. As executive director, he works to fulfill our mission to teach the health benefits of nature, promote outdoor recreation, and steward the places where we play.