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Orca Action Month Kick Off Festival
June 2 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Join Orca Salmon Alliance at the Orca Action Month Kick Off Festival to officially start Orca Action Month with a free, family-friendly festival!
The Orca Action Month Kick Off Festival will feature live music performances, DJ’s including KEXP dj Michele Myers, art activities, an Orca Sound station, storytelling time, food, drinks, beer garden, orca chats and so much more!
Bring your family and friends down to the Olympic Sculpture Park Sunday June 2nd for some fun in the sun and learn how you can take action to help save our remaining 75 Southern Resident orcas.
FREE – FAMILY FRIENDLY – COMMUNITY EVENT
RSVP on our event facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2394579223906174/
ORCA ACTION MONTH FESTIVAL PROGRAMMING
(subject to change)
DJ sets by Pezzner, KEXP DJ Michele Myers (KEXP) and DJ Baloogz
Live performances by Dana Lyons, Rise for the Orca Tour
Mike the Inflatable Orca – take a photo with Mike!
Orca Sound Station – create sounds of the sea!
Orca Selfie Station
Orca Chats – Orca fact chats hourly with Simone Del Rosario of Q13 and Dr. Deborah Giles of Wild Orca
Welcome and blessing by Duwamish Tribal Council Chairwoman Cecile Hansen
Orca Action Month Poster Contest
Clam Chowder by Ivars
Ice cream provided by Snoqualmie Ice cream
Orca Salmon Alliance Stations – stop by each booth for educational resources and fun activities!
Plus more information and activities coming soon. Stay tuned!
Enter to win a FREE swag bag just by RSVP’ing “Going”. Winner will be announced June 1st.
Orca Action Month
“Hungry for Change”
Orca Month is a chance to celebrate one of our region’s most iconic wildlife species, but also an opportunity to reflect on the plight of these fragile creatures.
Only 75 Southern Resident orcas remain, and the survival of each orca is vital for this critically endangered community’s future.
We hope you’ll join us for events all month long this June throughout Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia to learn how to protect this critically endangered community.
Visit www.orcamonth.com for more information and to find an Orca Action Month event near you!
Follow @orcamonth on Instagram!
Tag us in your orca photos or use #orcamonth to get your photos reposted.
Want to be involved with the Orca Action Month Kick Off Festival? Email firstname.lastname@example.org