Forks Sasquatch Days this weekend

FORKS — The First Annual Forks Sasquatch Days begins today and continues Sunday.

Activities will begin at 9 a.m. each day at the Forks Rainforest Arts Center 35 N Forks Ave., with speakers telling of their experiences “that solidified their place in the Sasquatch Community,” according to organizers with Sasquatch The Legend at 80 N. Forks Ave.

Also on tap are vendors outdoors and an indoor premier of the film “Flash of Beauty: Bigfoot Revealed” at 5:45 p.m. today. The film will have special guest Marcia K. Moore. Producers are Jill Remensnyder and Brett Euichenberger.

The cost is $20 each day; attendance is limited to 350 each day. Tickets can be reserved at sasquatchthe They also will be sold at the door. The event will go on rain or shine, organizers said.

Speakers are Craig Horst at 9 a.m., Shane and Derek at 10 a.m., Jason Roberts at 11 a.m., Rich Germeau at 1 p.m., Tom and Peggy at 2 p.m., Marc Myrsell at 3 p.m., Thom Cantrall at 4 p.m. and Robert Alley at 5 p.m.

North American and Canadian First National members are expected to speak and perform throughout the event, organizers said.

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