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Sawtooth Salmon Festival

Community Event, Fair/Festival, Fishing, Nature, Food/Tasting

The Sawtooth Salmon Festival is an annual tradition in beautiful Stanley, Idaho. Come see wild salmon spawning in the streams of their birth and join us a day of festivities focusing on wild Idaho, wild rivers and, most important, the magic and miracle of wild salmon. Join us for wild salmon spawning tours, leaving the Stanley Museum every few hours. Refreshments will be provided by Sockeye Brewing, who will feature their incredible Lonesome Larry Lager. Live music will be provided at the festival grounds. Festival Schedule Fri., Aug. 30, 5 P.M. Presentation by Russ Thurow, Research Fisheries Scientist. Born to be Wild: History, status, and recovery of wild Chinook salmon in Central Idaho Sat., Aug. 31, 10 A.M. To 6 P.M. Salmon Spawning tours Lunch and refreshments for sale For more info go to and click "events." More details coming soon!

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Stanley Museum
• Sat 8/31/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM