Saturday, August 6, 2011
10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Chinook Bend Natural Area will celebrate summer with a Field Day on Saturday, August 6th. Artist Betsy Damon, environmental expert Steve Tolzman, and Snoqualmie Steward Mary Maier will be on hand to greet participants and provide guided tours of the recently enhanced area from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The fifty-nine acres of open space boasts many recreational access improvements and a number of ecological enhancements: an open water wetland, over 15,000 native trees and shrubs planted by volunteers, and a series of restoration projects. Betsy Damon’s newly installed public artwork, Homage to Living Systems, as well as tours of the site’s ecology will be highlighted during this fun and informative community event co-sponsored by 4Culture and the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks.
Listen to Betsy Damon talk about her artwork at Chinook Bend Natural Area.
Driving & Biking Directions
From SR 520 eastbound: Take the Fall City/SR 202 (Redmond-Fall City) exit and go right. Take SR 202 (Redmond-Fall City Rd.) to NE Ames Lake Rd and turn left. Ames Lake Road will turn into Ames Lake-Carnation Rd which will turn into NE Carnation Farm Rd. After 5.6 miles, you will see Camp Kory on your right. Continue 1.2 miles before turning left into the new parking area.
From SR 203: Take the NE Carnation Farm Rd (just north of downtown Carnation). Go 1.2 miles to the new parking lot. The new parking lot is located about 0.2 miles past crossing the bridge over the Snoqualmie River.
Overflow parking will be available along the NE Carnation Farm Rd or at the parking area next to the Snoqualmie River.