As the spring equinox approaches this week, the skunk cabbage is pushing its way up through the bogs and the days are getting longer. Make plans for a visit and catch a glimpse of the grey whales as they begin their spring migration. The lookout at Cape Flattery is a great place for viewing. It is possible to view grey whales from the shore but bring your binoculars to increase your chances. Check out the Washington State Ecology page for more information regarding the whales: http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/sea/coast/animals/gray_whale.html
Eugene, Oregon – Pacific Northwest Masters Basketball Tournament
Mon. July 28th – Fri. August 1st, 2014
Welcome to the first premier competitive Masters Hoops tournament on the West Coast,
offering 5 brackets for ages 50 to 70+.
Located in beautiful Lane County, Oregon on the easily accessible Interstate 5 corridor. One hour to the
Pacific Ocean or the Cascade Mountains. Fly directly into Eugene, OR, the home of the University of Oregon
Ducks. The Eugene/Springfield area is a vibrant center of arts, culture, recreation and fantastic restaurants,
cafes, wine bars and taverns. Lane County boasts one of the most thriving Winery and Craft Beer industries.
in the entire country.
For more information:
Please contact Arthur Hering at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Elwha Klallam Tribe is hosting a series of Small Business Workshops that will begin in March. The workshops will be offered at the Tribe’s Heritage Center Training Facility.
Please call (360) 417-8545 for more information.
The unveiling of the new website has been very exciting. Makah tribal staff have been busy preparing for the new site for months. Many staff members collaborated and maintenance of the site has changed departments. As spring brings a new season and cycle of life, we are pleased to bring you updated information and present our new website as it also begins a new cycle of life. Welcome to the site and we hope that it provides the information you need to plan your next adventure to the Makah Reservation.
Upcoming events include:
April 10th – Community Meeting for the Be?is Gathering Place
– The Planning Department will be recruiting volunteers to help with the artistic touches to the beach house shelter planned for the south end of Hobuck Beach.
– We are also looking for three carvers to contract projects for the gateway totem poles.
Later in April – Audubon Society Birding Event
– The Planning Department and Business Enterprise are putting together a birding checklist for use for the event and future visitors.
– We are also considering the construction of a bird blind along Cape Flattery Road.