The 49th Annual AIHS Salmon & Rib Bake
and Silent Auction

Saturday July 6, 2024, from noon to 3 at the historic Johnson Farm on Anderson Island

Buy your Salmon & Rib Bake tickets online now through July 5.

Food

- Enjoy Jerry's barbequed fresh-caught Alaska salmon or Rick's famous barbequed rib dinner, or a hot dog meal.
- Salmon/Rib dinners are $18 in advance, $20 on the day of. They include corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, baked beans, Panera bread, and strawberry shortcake for dessert. A bottle of water is included.
- Hot Dog meals are $8. They include a hot dog, chips, a water, and strawberry shortcake for dessert.
- Discounted tickets can be purchased online before the event. Tickets will also be available in the AIHS Gift Shop during June/July, and at the event.

Silent Auction

Over 200 items to bid on, including many island services. All proceeds benefit the Historical Society, a 501c3 non-profit organization.

Where

The historic Johnson Farm, founded in 1896 on Anderson Island, WA. (Map: 9306 Otso Point Rd, Anderson Island).

Shuttle Service for Ferry Passengers

A free shuttle service will be available to serve Ferry Walk-on passengers. Park on the Steilacoom side and walk on the ferry. The shuttle will meet the 10:35am ferry from Steilacoom at 11:10am, and the 12:10pm ferry at 12:45pm. It will return you to the 3:15pm ferry on AI.

History

For 50 years the Historical Society has put on an annual Salmon Bake. The event serves as an island-wide celebration of the Fourth of July, and is also the primary fundraiser for the Historical Society. Every year we serve about 800 salmon and rib dinners, and 100 hot-dog meals. Almost one hundred island volunteers help put on the Salmon and Rib bake, doing everything from purchasing and setup, to cooking and cleanup. If you would like to volunteer, send us an email at aihsfarm@gmail.com.




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ANDERSON ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
9306 Otso Point Rd.
Anderson Island Wa 98303