Snoqualmie Tribe's Canoe Family holds craft fair, salmon lunch at Christmas in Carnation

Snoqualmie Tribal members led by the Canoe Family Cultural program will join in the annual Christmas in Carnation celebration on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Starting at 9 a.m. at the Tribe’s Carnation building at 4480 Tolt Ave., members will host a Native American craft fair featuring beaded items, basketry, carving and other unique handcrafted gifts.

Starting at 11 a.m., a lunch featuring salmon cooked in their alder smoker, Indian fry bread and beans will be served, with all proceeds from the lunch benefiting the Canoe Family youth and drug prevention programs.

The Canoe family offers tribal cultural programs that are open to the public including Lushootseed language classes every Tuesday, Adult Traditional Skills every Wednesday, and Friday night youth culture classes, from 5 to 8 p.m.

For more information, call Jean Medina at (206) 280-4092 or send an e-mail message to

Learn more about the Snoqualmie Tribe at



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