Taylor Shellfish Bivalve Bash and Low Tide Mud Run

Save the Date
for the 9th Annual
Samish Bay
Bivalve Bash
and Low Tide
Mud Run
July 16, 2011

REGISTER NOW FOR THE MUD RUN!

9th Annual

Samish Bay Bivalve Bash 

Saturday, July 16, 2011
10AM-5PM

and

Low Tide Mud Run
REGISTER NOW!

250 Yard Low Tide Mud Run (13+) 12:07PM

Kids (8-12) 100 Yard Run, 11:47AM

World’s Only Oyster Shell Sculpture Contest

Benefiting Community Clean Water Awareness Programs

Event Information

Carpooling encouraged. Follow signs on Chuckanut Drive to free offsite parking. (See below)
Free shuttle bus service to festival site.

$5 Entrance Fee (Kids 6 and under free) Activities for all ages. Oyster shell sculptures, Mud Run, Kid’s Beach, great food, beer garden, local bands, dancing, contests and games. Scenic beach setting.

No pets. No coolers.

Invite family and friends to support clean water and join the fun.

FAQS & FLYERS

 

Parking?

Except for bicycles, all Bivalve Bash Parking is offsite and free.

 

There will be Bivalve Bash signs directing you to free offsite parking. Shuttle busses will run approximately every 15-20 minutes. One bus is wheelchair accessible. We encourage car-pooling.

 

Parking is available at Blanchard Chapel (3685 Legg Rd.) View Map and Edison School (5801 Main St. Bow) View Map . The Edison School has Handicapped Parking.

 

From the north for Blanchard Chapel Parking : go south on Chuckanut Drive. 2.3 miles south of the Taylor Shellfish Farm entrance and turn left on Colony Road. At the stop sign, turn left. Blanchard Chapel is just ahead on the right.

 

From the north for Edison School Parking : go south on Chuckanut Drive. 6 miles south of the Taylor Shellfish Farm and turn right at W Bow Hill Road. Stay to the left and turn onto Main St.

 

From the south for Blanchard Chapel Parking : Coming north on I-5 get off at Exit 232 (Cook Rd). Turn left at exit and go to Chuckanut Drive (Hwy 11). Turn right and look for signs for Bivalve Bash Parking. Turn right on Colony Road. At the stop sign, turn left. Blanchard Chapel is just ahead on the right.

 

 

From the south for Edison School Parking: Coming north on I-5 get off at Exit 232 (Cook Rd). Turn left and go to Chuckanut Drive (Hwy 11) and turn right and look for signs for Bivalve Bash Parking. Turn left at W Bow Hill Road. Stay to the left and turn onto Main St.

 

Entry Fee?

The Festival Cover is $5 per person.

Kids 6 and under and Mud Runners free.

No pets. No coolers.

For Bivalve Bash or Mud Run Information Call: Kate 206 612-2761

Please visit our Silent Auction Donors
Please click here
if you are interested in becoming a Bivalve Bash sponsor.

Updated 3/30/11

Friends and Supporters

  • Blau Oyster
  • Blueacre Seafood, Seattle
  • Cedar Grove Packaging, Seattle
  • Chuckanut Shellfish, Samish
  • Day Wireless Systems, Everett
  • Edible Seattle Magazine, Seattle
  • Flying Fish Restaurant, Seattle
  • Haggen Food & Pharmacy
  • REI, Bellingham
  • Seattle Shellfish, Olympia
  • T-Shirts By Design, Anacortes
  • The Pike Brewing Co., Seattle
  • Trilogy Crab Company, Bellingham

A Fundraiser for SCEA Presented by

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