SEAFOOD DEMONSTRATION STAGE
11:30am - Salmon/Halibut Fillet Demonstration Join Jon Speltz, owner of the Wild Salmon Seafood Market and Louis Morales of Anthony’s Restaurants as they wow the audience with their fish filleting techniques and fish handling tips. Following their demonstrations of salmon and halibut filleting they will take audience questions regarding purchasing seafood, fish cutting and cooking tips.
1:00 - 17th Annual Wild Salmon Fillet Competition: One of the festival’s most popular events. Don’t miss out on this fast paced and exciting competition as the Northwest’s best salmon filleters compete for the championship.
2:00 - Lutefisk Eating Contest: This popular contest is back and open to the public as competitors compete for cash prizes to see who can consume the most lutefisk in the quickest time. (Sign up begins at 10AM the day of the festival at the Seafood Demonstration Stage-Space limited contestants taken on a first come basis)
2:45 - Awards Ceremony for the Wild Salmon Fillet Challenge
3:30 - Oyster Slurp Contest: Oyster lovers compete in the hands free completion slurping down 10 ½ shell oysters over 4 rounds. Fastest time wins. Open to the public with great prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. (Sign up begins at 10AM the day of the festival at the Seafood Demonstration Stage-Space limited contestants taken on a first come basis)
4:00 - Alleyoop: Alleyoop, AKA Allan "Al" Hirsch, has been delighting children as a storyteller, musician, performing artist, and educator for over 30 years.
5:00 - Mario Lorenz: Entertaining
young and old alike with his versatile wit, comic interplay and juggling Mario
Lorenz mesmerizes audiences everywhere. He responds to all situations by
creating improvised call-backs on the spot with riotous results. His family
friendly humor truly levitates an audience to an experience of joy and exhilaration.
We wish to acknowledge and thank all of our sponsors and volunteers as without their generous support this festival would not happen. All proceeds benefit the Seattle Fishermen’s Memorial.