The Anderson Island Historical Society will host its traditional Salmon Bake at the Johnson Farm Saturday, July 6, from Noon to 3 PM. The meal includes wild salmon or ribs cooked on the outdoor grill, corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, beans, bread, beverage, and strawberry shortcake. Also featured:
Photo Contest Display
Shopping at the Museum Gift Shop
Sea Life TouchTank
Tours of the community gardens
Walk the Nature Trail
Pat McGoldrick, Event Chairman, says “Enjoy a step back in time on Anderson Island, via a ferry ride from Steilacoom, and join our community in attending this fun event.” Salmon Bake tickets can be purchased at the Anderson Island General Store, Johnson Farm Gift Shop, or at the door the day of the event.
Ticket Prices are:
Traditional Salmon or Rib Dinner . . . $15
New this year is a “reduced” Salmon or Rib Dinner for only $10 (there is no senior or children’s meal this year)–the reduced dinner is available to all ages.
The Hot Dog meal includes Lemonade and strawberry shortcake and is also available to all ages for only $5.
The Salmon Bake is the main fund-raiser for the historical society, a 501(c)(3) organization. Volunteers have restored and continue to maintain fifteen historical buildings on the current 28-acres. The farmhouse is over one hundred years old. The barn was built in 1917 and is on the State Historical Register.
If you walk onto the ferry, take the noon ferry from Steilacoom to Anderson Island, and complimentary bus service will be provided from the ferry to the Salmon Bake and return to ferry landing later in the day.