Chief Seattle Days Schedule
Co-Ed Softball Tournament
Chief Seattle Days 5K Run/Walk
Sunday, August 17 at 10 a.m. A fun, scenic and challenging course that passes by historic cultural heritage sites in Suquamish such as Chief Seattle’s Grave, Old Man House Park, marine water and mountain views, and starts and finishes at the Suquamish Tribe’s beautiful House of Awakened Culture. Ribbons and t-shirts will be presented to the first five male and first five female finishers. The first male and female finishers will also each receive a Pendleton blanket. Participant ribbons, t-shirts and refreshments will be presented to all other participants. Register on-line and pay entry fee and sign waiver on the day of race or send in registration brochure with payment and signed waiver. Pre-registration at $15 per person and day-of-event registration at $18 per person. Tribal members register for free. All are welcome. Come celebrate a fitness event at Chief Seattle Days. For more information, please contact Teresa Barron at (360) 394-8462 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Softball tournament occurs throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday. Team registration is being organized by the Sports & Recreation Department. If you are interested in signing up a team, please contact Craig Miller at email@example.com or by phone at (360) 394-8574.
Chief Seattle Days Golf Tournament
Thursday, August 14 at 9am at the new White Horse Golf Club. Find out details and register your team online by clicking here!
If you're interested in participating in the Pow Wow as a dancer, no pre-registration is required. Sign-ups will be available starting at 10am on Saturday, the day of the event. Events scheduled in Tiny Tots, Boys, Girls, Adults and Golden Years categories include Fancy, Traditional and Grass competitions.
Community members and organizations are encouraged to join! No registration necessary. Simply bring your family-friendly costumes, floats and banners to the Suquamish Tribal Administration Building at 10am on Saturday for the parade line up. For more information about participating in the parade, please contact April Leigh at (360) 394-7102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday and Sunday noon-5pm there are traditionally prepared Salmon Dinners for sale. The meal includes Alder Baked Salmon, Red Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, a Bread Roll and Bottled Water. The price of the meal is $9 for adults and $6 for Seniors and children under the age of twelve.
Suquamish Tribal Members between the ages of 5 and 18 are encouraged to compete in the Chief Seattle Days Royalty Pageant. A total of six youth will be crowned including Princess, Tiny Tot and Junior Princess, Warrior, Tiny Tot and Junior Warrior. Applications are available and due by August 14, 2014. To obtain an application contact Sports & Recreation Program Manager Kate Ahvakana at (360) 394-8573 or email@example.com
Chief Seattle Days Vendors
Vendor applications are currently being accepted for Chief Seattle Days. If you are interested in being a vendor, please fill out a Vendor Application. The due date for applications is August 11. Submission details and event rules are listed on the application. For more information on becoming a Vendor at Chief Seattle Days contact Coordinator Ed Midkiff at (360) 434-4780.
War Canoe Races
Cheer on your favorite War Canoe Racers throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday. War Canoe Racing will occur along the waterways near the Charles Lawrence Memorial Boat Ramp in Downtown Suquamish. For more information about races contact Sports & Recreation Director Barb Santos at (360) 394-7107 or firstname.lastname@example.org