3FCruise—falls, feudals, farms

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Date(s) - 05/19/2018
9:15 am - 3:00 pm

Mc Donald's (I-5 & 512)


3FCruise—falls, feudals, farms

1st stop: Snoqualmie Falls – Free
—a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish
Lodge and the famous 270 foot waterfall
—free parking is across the street, with pedestrian bridge

2nd stop: Camlann Medieval Village – $5
—a living history museum project portraying rural England in
the year 1376
—Camlann events are peopled with portrayals of medieval
life; Village Demonstrations may include archery, blacksmithing,
textile production, animal care, artwork, gardening, candle
making, hearth cooking, shoemaking, spinning, weaving,
clothing design, and other household skills
—The Craft Shops will be open

3rd stop: Remlinger Farms
No- Host Lunch/ Shopping on your own
—200 acre tourist center offering a full service restaurant,
bakery, ice cream parlor, large picnic areas
—Shops will be open
—Some special activities may have an entrance fee; no group
activities scheduled

*Driver Meeting 9:30 AM; Cruise departs 10AM *Meet McDonald’s 512/South Tacoma Way
Hank 253-875-5956, spanawaydeck@yahoo.com

*Family friendly

Charity Drive: 3-5lb bags of dog/cat food  or can food or a cash donation for Noah’s Pet Project.

“Our mission is to provide preventative and/or occasional health care for pets of low income
and elderly residents of Tacoma and Pierce County; help control pet overpopulation
and provide education to our clients. Noah’s Pet Project began as an part of St. Leo’s Catholic
Church’s Outreach Ministry Program in 1998. We are now a Public Charity under IRS
Guidelines. We are a non-profit clinic run completely by volunteers. Our budget is completely
dependent on donations. Area veterinarians, pet supply stores and individuals are
generous in their support. We purchase only the most basic of supplies, vaccines, antibiotics
and flea protection.”
Please help us help Noah’s on May 19!