Showing posts with label bigfoot bash and bounty. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bigfoot bash and bounty. Show all posts

Friday, August 24, 2012

Skamania Bigfoot Bash and Bounty

Visit Bigfoot Lunch Club's Booth at Skamania's Bigfoot bash and Bounty
Tomorrow on Saturday August 25th the Skamania County Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the annual Bigfoot Bash and Bounty. It is a festival that celebrates ordinance 1984-2. This is official legislated ordinance that declares Skamania County a refuge for the endangered species known as Sasquatch. Click the following link to read the original Skamania County Sasquatch Ordinances.

Bigfoot Lunch Club will be there in selling these t shirts pictured below. All you have to do is meet us at Home Valley Park (Map)

The schedule of events are below:

9:00 -11:00 - pancake breakfast
Noon - Food and craft vendors, kids crafts, bouncy houses, kids scavenger hunt, and sand dig.
1:00 - Larry Lund
2:00 - Bigfoot hunt
3:00 - Todd Neiss
4:00 - Bigfoot hunt
5:00 - Thom Cantrall
6:00 - Bigfoot hunt
6:45 - Storytime!

It should be a great time especially with the guest speaker line up. Hope to see you there!

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Skamania 3rd Annual Bigfoot Bash

Every Year in late August Skamania county celebrates their 1984 ordinance, declaring Bigfoot a protected species. Although most places on the web have a small snippet of the ordinance we have the whole thing here.

Today, August 27th, 2010, they are celebrating it again, although they have not promoted it very heavily this year. Even the website seems to be below par to previous two years. This is the third annual Bigfoot Bash and Bounty, they are 45 minutes away from downtown Portland. If you get a chance go check them out! They have tons of activities planned and vendors with plenty of good stuff.

this is a great opportunity for you to read the county ordinance at our earlier post here.

Skamania's 3rd Annual Bigfoot Bash & Bounty Site
The entire county ordinance protecting Bigfoot
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