Tickets for North Olympic Land Trust's StreamFest smorgasbord are available.
Vendors are Port Book and News and Feiro Marine Life Center, Port Angeles; Pacific Mist Books, Sequim; and Sunny Farms Country Store's Farm and Garden Store, between the two cities. Tickets also will be available by Aug. 10 at the Land Trust's Web site, nolt.org, or by calling the office, 417-1815.
The smorgasbord, served from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 30, at the 10th annual StreamFest, will offer a greater variety than in the previous nine StreamFests.
Each $15 ticket covers salmon grilled by chef Jamison Brandt, Alder Wood Bistro's farmers market salad, Ennis Arbor Farm new potatoes prepared by Bushwhacker Restaurant, Sunny Farms' Tendy's General Tso's chicken and vegetables, Sabai Thai's green curry chicken and vegetables and local bakery bread.
Available for separate purchase will be berry cobbler with ice cream from 1-6 p.m. and beverages including wines from Olympic Cellars Winery, beer from Harbinger Brewery and Winery, coffee from Princess Valiant and lemonade from Joy's Wine Bistro from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Admission to StreamFest is free. It is held at Ennis Arbor Farm, in Port Angeles. In addition to the smorgasbord, StreamFest offers nature walks, educational booths and other environmental awareness activities, a Procession of the Species parade, music by Washington Old Time Fiddlers and Hurricane Brass Septet and a silent auction.
Information about auction donations and volunteering at StreamFest is available from the land trust office, 417-1815. More information about the land trust is at www.nolt.org.
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