Annual Salmon Bake and Powwow

The Native American Longhouse Eena Haws is hosting the 19th annual Salmon Bake! With temperatures rising and the sky clearing of dark clouds, it is the perfect time of the year to enjoy the Salmon Bake.

Come enjoy traditional Indigenous cuisine on May 19th starting at 12:00 pm until food is gone! Bring friends and family as favorite first foods are shared. The following dishes will be served:

– Salmon
– Fish Head Soup (priority to elders)
– Corn Bread
– Kale Salad
– Garlic Roasted Potatoes
– Blueberry Buckle

The Oregon State Chapter of SAF will have a booth at the Salmon Bake to discuss how salmon impacts forestry, how forestry and salmon habitats intermingle, and how salmon is viewed in relation to professional (career, studies, etc.), and personal worlds.

Annual Salmon Bake

The next day will be the 41st Klatowa Eena Powwow, hosted by the Native American Long House Eena Haws and the Native American Student Association. Inside Gill Coliseum there will be dance competitions, drumming, vendors and fun!

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made one week prior to event to Luhui Whitebear at or 541-737-9036.

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