Paddle & Pub Celebration; 10 year Anniversary Party!
Sunday, June 14th, 2015
2:00pm Street Celebration
Front Street, Downtown Tillamook, Oregon
JOIN OUR CELEBRATION PADDLE!
Memaloose Park to Hoquarton Forest (1 way trip)
10:00am Stage kayaks at Memaloose Park
11:00am Launch (Sharp!)
Please RSVP so we know you are coming:
1) Memaloose to Hoquarton Forest - Own Boat
2) Memaloose to Hoquarton Forest - Paddle Board
3) Memaloose to Hoquarton Forest - Single Kayak
4) Memaloose to Hoquarton Forest - Tandem Kayak
FRONT STREET FESTIVAL
1:00pm Kick Off
Come enjoy a street festival with live music, a Pelican Pub beer garden, fantastic food, educational booths and interpretive displays of the Tillamook's Historic Waterfront at Kayak Tillamook County's 10-Year Anniversary Bash.
This June, Kayak Tillamook will celebrating its status as the most extensive kayaking guide service on the entire Oregon Coast; and, the oldest too!
Participants can register to bring their own kayak, reserve a stand up paddle board or kayak, and join a paddle carefully timed with coastal tides. The large flotilla will descending upon downtown Tillamook via a historic waterway trading route once traveled by native Americans and pioneering settlers alike.
The arrival of the flotilla will kick off a celebratory street festival at approximately 1:00pm, with vendor booths, street musicians, a beer garden and fantastic food provided by the Pelican Pub Tap Room [ yourlittlebeachtown.com/pelican/taproom ]! Historic interpretation will be provided by Tillamook County Pioneer Museum [ tcpm.org ] with educational displays about the trade route, it's importance to the region, and the formation of the City of Tillamook. As Museum Director, Gary Albright describes, “The slough was simply the lifeline for Tillamook City from the first pioneer settlement until the railroad arrived in 1911.”
The Tillamook Estuaries Partnership will offer ecological interpretation of the Tillamook Estuary System and the Tillamook County Water Trail [ tbnep.org/water-trails.php ].
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