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Each year, LLTK hosts several annual events, and various special events. Check the calendar below, follow our blog, and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for event updates, photo galleries, and more.

Event Sponsorship

Interested in becoming an LLTK sponsor? Contact Minta Crafts to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities.

206.382.9555, ext. 26  |  mcrafts@lltk.org

 

 

 


Upcoming Events

Duwamish Restoration Site Walking Tour with LLTK Executive Director, Jacques White

Duwamish Restoration Site Walking Tour with LLTK Executive Director, Jacques White

06/26/2021

Duwamish Restoration Site Walking Tour with LLTK Executive Director, Jacques White

When: Sat, June 26th, 10am-3pm

Spend a day along the Duwamish River with Long Live the Kings’ Executive Director Jacques White. He’ll take you to a variety of restoration sites along the river’s edge where you will discuss efforts to restore habitat for salmon and other species. Be ready for an active summer day in the sun, pack plenty of water, sun protection (hats highly recommended), and a bag lunch.

Event is free, but registration is limited to 10 guests! Details on when and where to meet will be emailed to all guests. Please contact mcrafts@lltk.org with any questions.

Survive the Sound Educator Training

Survive the Sound Educator Training

09/09/2021 - 01/01/2022, 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Survive the Sound Educator Training

Previously recorded from one of our 2021 Clock Hours trainings

Pre-recorded course not eligible for Clock Hours

 

Interested in Survive the Sound’s classroom materials but not sure how to sign up, build a team, and participate as a class? This course will provide you with the information and knowledge necessary to incorporate Survive the Sound into your existing curriculum and improve your Salmon Education in general. During this class, learn how our Salmon Science Lessons address NGSS learning standards and align with Washington science curriculum, Amplify and Washington State’s Tribal Sovereignty-based Social Studies curriculum, Since Time Immemorial. Whether in person or online, Survive the Sound is a great tool for Salmon Education. This training is geared towards helping teachers gain a familiarity with our place-based online resource, Survive the Sound, and prepare educators to engage their students with this fish migration game and accompanying activities.

*New trainings will be offered in 2022.