Nisqually Indian Tribe
For 10,000 years the Nisqually Tribe lived in relative peace and prosperity in its aboriginal homeland of about 2 million acres near the present-day towns of Olympia, Tenino, and Dupont, and extending to Mount Rainier. Tribal life changed radically with the advent of Euro-American settlement about 150 years ago. Forced to compromise its interests and rights over the years, the Tribe has always sought to maintain its integrity and dignity.
Kalama Emerald Chemical
Emerald offers a wide spectrum of material solutions that bring value and performance to adhesives, foods, beverages, fragrances, cosmetics, home care, rubber, vinyl, and other consumer and industrial products. We are recognized for our extensive market and applications expertise and work with customers to innovate new chemistries, meet consumer demand, and stay ahead of regulations.
Port of Kalama Amphitheatre
The Port of Kalama has long considered the community benefits of creating a small public amphitheater on the Kalama waterfront to accommodate a growing number of events, concerts and public activities.
City of Kalama
With Kalama’s location at one of the deepest points of the Columbia River and the prime location of the railroad and Interstate 5, it is known as “where highway, rail and water meet.” While Kalama has grown in the last ten years through both development and annexation, it has retained the small town values and community spirit that makes Kalama a great place to live, work or visit.
River’s Edge Coffee Co.
Kalama’s newest coffee shop pairs drinks with a retail and gift store to give customers a chance to “sip and shop.”
Jimi Hendricks Music Academy. Specialty School
2005 Davis Ave S. Renton, Washington 98055
The library was started in 1917 with 1,000 volumes and was a rental collection for public use. The collection grew rapidly as the rental fees were used to buy books. This first library was housed in the millinery shop of Mrs. Mary Johns, who also acted as the librarian. The Kalama Library has a Beautiful Kalama Festival Display .... Created by Mich Kane & Linda Dolph. A Memorabilia Photo Book by Don Purvis is at the library as well.. Wonderful Walk Down Memory Lane from 2005-2007 Kalama Days of Discovery to Kalama Heritage Festival
Special Arrangements JUST MENTION YOU ARE PART OF THE KALAMA HERITAGE FESTIVAL ** Kelso Red Lion Hotel
FREE breakfast for festival guests, Has All The Amenities For The Entire Family @ A Great Price.
$104.00 a night Book Your Room Now and Before June 1st CALL HOTEL DIRECTLY 360-636-4400 ☎️
The Manuiki Foundation is a non-profit charity consisting of a vibrant all-volunteer community of committed and caring individuals dedicated to the preservation and perseverance of the Hawaiian culture. 650 S Orcas St Seattle, WA
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MAHALO'S TO ALL OF OUR VENDORS YOU DA BEST!
*The Pacific Ohana Foundation (Main) (Foods)
*Colors of Hawaii Lake Stevens (Foods)
*Nisqually Tribe-Kalama Canoe Family (Foods)
*Hawaiian DA Kine Shave Ice & Cotton Candy (Foods)
*Halau Hula O Napualani (Host) Info
*Kalama Heritage Festival (Host) Info
*Nappy Nappies & More LLC
*Da Kine Island Stuffs
*Kiana Hawaiian Jewelry
*Jimi Hendrix Music Academy
*Oceana Ukulele's Port Orchard
*Jerome Koko Hawaiian Products
*Kimo James Thielges (Historian)
*Chontel Klobas (Informational)
*Kalama HS Cheerleading Team
*Aloha Arts Las Vegas
*Polynesian Pride Gifts
*Pacific Northwest Ohana Travel
Garden Leaf Gutters Seattle
*MANY MAHALO'S FOR YOUR GREAT SUPPORT*
Our Board of Directors Of The Pacific Ohana Foundation
And The Core Committee of The Kalama Heritage
Festival Port Orchard and Kalama Washington