The 18th annual Trinity River Salmon Festival, celebrating return of the salmon, will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, in Weaverville.
This festive celebration is on the meadow at Highland Art Center on Main Street, across from the Jake Jackson Museum.
Come and enjoy great music, games for kids and fun for the whole family. Music, arts and more in a welcoming atmosphere all promise a pleasing autumn outing.
The event opens with its traditional Native American blessing by members of the Nor-Rel-Muk Wintu Nation.
Fresh caught salmon cooked traditional style over a fire pit by tribal members will be available along with other tasty foods. There will be pumpkins for sale by Trinity County Master Gardeners, native plant sales and live music all day by local bands and musicians.
The annual Dutch Oven Cook-off will be taking place at the museum across Main Street from the meadow.
Turtle Bay Exploration Park will have a number of wild animals to share with visitors.