Celebrate the return of Tukwila’s salmon on Sept. 23

  • Friday, September 15, 2017 3:53pm
  • Life

The community is invited to celebrate the epic journey of the Green-Duwamish River salmon on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Tukwila’s Codiga Park.

Tukwila Mayor Allan Ekberg will open the festivities at 10 a.m. with lots of fun, free activities for children, live music, a river otter exhibit from the Woodland Park Zoo, free native plants for the first 100 guests, tours of the park habitat and river.

Learn about local salmon and wildlife and how to get involved in sustaining a healthy habitat in Tukwila.

Free parking is available at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S., with a shuttle bus running every half hour to the park, 12535 50th Place S. Parking will not be available at the park.

Bring a picnic and enjoy a day of fun at the river with Tukwila’s inaugural Salmon Seeson Celebration. The celebration goes until 1 p.m. is sponsored by Tukwila Parks and Recreation and Duwamish Alive Coalition.


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