SalmonAID 2009 is produced by:


http://www.peridot-events.com

Event Organizer: AJ Pell

This event is greened by

http://www.greenmary.com/

All food service supplies at the SalmonAID Festival will be biodegradable. Our cups will be recycled. We're composting all organic waste and making soil. It's better still if you supply your own plate, cup and utensils! Please bring your own cloth napkin, a reusable canvas bag for shopping convenience, and own water bottle for free water refills.

SalmonAid Festival

Join us for the SalmonAid Festival
to celebrate wild salmon and steelhead with a
FREE, family-friendly, festival of music, food, and culture

in Oakland's famed Jack London Square
Saturday and Sunday June 20-21, 2009 – noon-7pm.

**Free Traditional Tribal Salmon Bake**
Ocean Beach, SF, Friday, June 19th -- Serving at 630pm

Salmon Bake
Photo by Dan Bacher.Karuk, Yurok and Hoopa Tribal members put on a traditional fish bake in support of SalmonAID2008 and will do so again for SalmonAID2009. Fresh Klamath salmon caught by Yurok fishermen will be offered free to SalmonAid supporters. Klamath Riverkeeper co-sponsors this event.

Outstanding Music and Native Culture

Friday
Traditional Salmon Bake -- 6pm -- Ocean Beach, San Francisco
Hosted by Native American Tribes of the Klamath Basin
Saturday Sunday
SalmonAID Main Festival -- noon to 7pm -- Jack London Square, Oakland

Native Prayer Ceremony
Maidu Dance
Zydeco Flames
Native Fashion Show
Albino
Native Drummers
Mitch Woods and the Big Easy

Native Prayer Ceremony
Captain Mike and the Seaweeds
The Saul Kaye Band
808 Band
Beaufunk
Kid Kaleidoscope

 

The finest sustainable seafood prepared by the West Coast’s best chefs

Tuscan White Bean and Tuna Salad

The Fish. version of the old Italian classic, served with local Iacopi farms bombaloni beans, house-poached local troll caught albacore tuna, red onion, fennel,black olives, fresh lemon, olive oil and aged red wine vinegar

The Classic Halibut Reuben

Local Rod & Reel Caught local Halibut w/ house made organic Sour kraut, Louie sauce, butter lettuce on New York Rye.

Grilled Monterey Squid Salad

Grilled fresh local calamari over mixed organic greens topped with housemade green goddess dressing.

Saigon Salmon Sandwich

Grilled marinated wild salmon with a blend of fresh carrot, jalapeno, cilantro and house made Vietnamese ginger-scallion sauce served on an Acme torpedo roll. Served with a side of chili-lime coleslaw or fries.

Mediterranean Stuffed Sardines

Fresh sardines from Monterey stuffed with currants, pine nuts, and capers.

Grilled cheese

With organic Spring hill white cheddar and house made organic potato chips

Thirst-quenching drinks – made with care

Sierra Nevada Beers Several choice brews made with love and the finest ingredients available
HonestTea Organic iced teas for the whole family – just a tad sweet.

and much much more, all with no entrance fee!


Transportation

Saturday/Sunday SalmonAid 2009 -- Main Festival


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SalmonAID is a green event. We hope you'll reduce your impact and ours by using alternate means of transportation to come to the event.

Here are some great options:

Take the Alameda/Oakland Ferry (510-522-3300) from San Francisco, board either at PIER 41 or the Ferry Building.

Take BART and exit at the 12th Street/City Center Station. Ride the 72R or 72M to Jack London Square.

Take AC Transit. Ride the 72R or 72M to Jack London Square.

Take Amtrak. Jack London Square is home to the award winning C.L. Dellums AMTRAK station located just one block from the center of the Square on Alice Street and the Embarcedero.

Jack London Square is also very accessible by bike. We recommend you view Oakland's bike map here: to find the best route for you.

Thanks for helping make SalmonAID a green event!

Friday Night Tribal Salmon Bake


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