November Events - Kitsap County

Within the Central Puget Sound Region lies Kitsap County, where ROSS’s efforts are heavily focused. And this November, the area is putting on a number of events that relate directly to open space and the five regional challenges.

Celebrate the Return of Salmon

The first will be held on Saturday, November 14 on Chico Creek. Participants will be able to watch and learn about migrating salmon – a topic greatly linked to the region’s biodiversity. The event is free and will be held at two different locations.

Location One: Mountaineers Foundation Rhododendron Preserve

Location Two: Chico Salmon Park at Golf Club Hill Road and Chico Way

Time: 10 AM - 2 PM

"Activities are for all ages and include informational booths, refreshments, and viewing salmon in the stream. Biologists will talk about the various types of salmon in Kitsap, the salmon life cycle and healthy fish habitat."

Please see Kitsap County’s website for more information.

Conference for Human Rights

Kitsap County will also host the 25th Annual Kitsap County Conference for Human Rights, from 8 AM - 3 PM on Friday, December 4.

"Through panel discussions, workshops and networking, the Conference for Human Rights brings people together to educate and foster communication, understanding and collaboration." 

The event will also cover topics related to social equity throughout the county. The keynote speaker this year will be Leonard Forsman, the chairman of the Suquamish Tribe since 2005. Please visit the Kitsap County webpage for ticket information. 

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