WARRENTON - A fun family weekend is in store at Fort Stevens State Park as Ancestral Chief and Chairman Joe Scovell of the Clatsop-Nehalem Indian Tribe and P.O.S.H. Events and Information present the Creation of the End of the Lewis and Clark Trail Pow Wow Friday through Sunday, Oct. 8, 9 and 10.

The Pacific Region Native American cultural event features drumming, singing and dancing, Pow Wow songs, a Native spiritual awareness talking circle and storytelling. Scheduled events for Saturday include a wooden canoe carving demonstration, nature walks and lake fishing lessons and a drum making class.

A cultural dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday features baked salmon, tuna, fish head soup, rice, fry bread and indigenous fruits. Cost is $10.

Camping spaces are available at the gate for the alcohol- and drug-free event. For information, call Fort Stevens at (503) 861-2000.


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