This week, the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) received a generous $1,800 grant from the Sierra Pacific Foundation. The grant will support this summer’s Music on the Estuary concert series at the Salmon Center, which will benefit the development of a community amphitheater to support arts, music, and education in the North Mason region.
“This generous support from the Sierra Pacific Foundation means a great deal to the North Mason community,” said Mendy Harlow, executive director of HCSEG. “We look forward to this summer’s community concert series and the development of the Fishbowl Amphitheatre, which will serve our community and youth for many years to come.”
Over the last year, HCSEG and community partners have been working to develop the Fishbowl Amphitheater at the Salmon Center. The amphitheater will look out over the Union River Estuary, providing a space for local musicians and artists, as well as for youth visiting the Salmon Center.
The community is invited to the 2018 Music on the Estuary concert series, which will take place on June 23rd, July 13th, and August 25th at the Salmon Center. For more information, or to buy tickets, visit www.pnwsalmoncenter.org/music. Tickets are just $5 and the Mason Transit Authority will operate a concert bus from Shelton and Hoodsport.