Travel Itinerary

Wild Salmon Caravan from the Salish Seas to the Fraser Canyon!

Coast Salish territory to Nlaka’pamux and St’at’imc territory (Lytton and Lilloeet)

A celebration of the spirit of wild salmon.

Swim with us!

Save the Dates: July 5 – 9th, 2019

For more detailed travel times and locations visit our facebook page.

@wildsalmoncaravan

OR CONTACT;

Dawn Morrison, dmo6842@gmail.com,

Wilson Mendes, wilsonpmendes@gmail.com

Detailed Travel Itinerary – WILD SALMON CARAVAN 2019

 Working DRAFT only. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!

 

Self-organize all logistics at your own expense- bring your own food, tents, bedding and /or book your own camping and accommodation.

 

Friday, July 5th (‘Q’emcin – 2 Rivers Remix Festival )

https://2riversremix.ca

1:00 pm – Depart from Vancouver – Safeway Commercial and Broadway

5:00 pm – Arrive in Lytton, Dinner

7:00 pm – Set up camp – Set up camp, rest up, and get ready to dance and celebrate the spirit of wild salmon with some amazing creative natives!!

Camping available at your own cost at

Kumsheen Rafting Resort (at your own cost). Book online at https://kumsheen.com

Free camping available for WSC at Lytton Memorial Hall on Saturday night. (https://rs.locationshub.com/location_detail.aspx?id=081-10108786&page=483 )

Saturday, July 6

10:00 am – Set up Wild Salmon Caravan Costume Making and Let’s Talk about Wild Salmon Workshop

1:00 pm – Costume making Workshop and 2 Rivers Remix program begins

Sunday July 7 (times and locations to be announced)

9:00 am – pack up camp, prepare for the ceremony, procession and departure to Lillooet

11:30 am – Salmon ceremony with Nlaka’pamux Elders at ‘Q’emcin (lookout above hall)

12:30 noon – Honouring Wild salmon procession – downtown from the lookout.

1:30 pm – Lunch on your own

2:30 pm – Depart from downtown Lytton for Lillooet

4:00 pm – Arrive at in Lillooet Museum for Honouring wild salmon procession

4:30 pm – Welcoming into St’at’imc territory, passing of Eagle staff.

Speakers – Traditional knowledge holders, Leaders

Drumming and singing

5;30 pm – Honouring wild salmon procession from Lillooet Museum (route tbd)

6:00 pm – dinner on your own in Lillooet

7:00 pm – depart for Ulluisc/Voice for the Voiceless Camp (dirt road, need reliable vehicle and fill up gas tank). Bring your own camping supplies and food (if you have special dietary requirements).

8:00 pm – arrive and set up camp.

Monday, July 8

– overnight camping at Ulluisc.

Tuesday, July 9

10:00 am – depart from Ulluisc to your destination.

Travel safely!