Listen . Celebrate . Learn

 

11 AM – 4 PM, Last Friday in June
Wallowa County Fairgrounds, Enterprise, OR

Alongside Wallowa Valley Music Alliance, we transform the Wallowa County Fairgrounds in Enterprise into an outdoor festival and concert every year. Come celebrate this amazing place with us! Over 25 booths have hands-on activities to learn about our people, land, animals, plants, rocks, and water. This family-friendly event allows individuals of all ages to listen, celebrate, and learn about Wallowa County. We hope to see you there!2015 festival logo

Festival Activities include:

  • Birdhouse building
  • Fish tagging
  • Tree Identification
  • Fishing at the Nez Perce Tribe Fishing Ponds
  • A Giant Salmon Car
  • Live Birds of Prey up close
  • Live music provided by the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance

For more information or to have a booth/become a sponsor, contact Amy Busch.

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Donate Today

Our Sponsors

  • Wallowa Valley Music Alliance
  • The Freshwater Trust
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Northwest Fence Company
  • Building Healthy Families
  • World Forestry Center
  • Bank of Eastern Oregon
  • Wallowa Valley Networks
  • Winding Waters River Expeditions
  • Central Copy & Shipping
  • Grande Ronde Model Watershed
  • Ruby Peak Naturals
  • EnergyTrust of Oregon
  • Les Schwab Tires
  • Wild Carrot Herbals
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Wallowa Lake State Parks
  • Fishtrap
  • Sports Corral

Our Partners

  • Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Blue Mountain Wildlife
  • US Forest Service
  • Fishtrap
  • Wallowa County Humane Society
  • Wallowa Land Trust
  • Grande Ronde Model Watershed
  • EnergyTrust of Oregon
  • Building Healthy Families
  • Talk About Trees
  • Nez Perce Tribe Fisheries
  • Wallowa County Project Heartbeat
  • Wallowa County Library
  • Wallowa Band Nez Perce Trail Interpretive Center
  • NEON
  • Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
  • Safe Harbors