Reserve a spot at Huckleberry Harvest
- Madras Pioneer - News
> Envision yourself sipping a cool refreshing beverage in the stunning, architecturally-award-winning Museum at Warm Springs, while listening to soothing flute music performed by renown Native American artist Charles Littleleaf.
That will be just one of the attractions at the Eighth Annual Huckleberry Harvest, Aug 1 and 2 in Warm Springs.
On Friday evening, guests will dine on Chinook salmon, cooked slowly over an open fire pit on sticks, and Indian fry bread.
Saturday, attendees will be treated to a behind the scenes tour of the museum's private artifact collection. In the evening, everyone will convene at Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Resort and Casino for hors'doeurves, silent auctions and a gourmet lobster dinner. Bobby Sims and the Bluesrockers will entertain with jazz and blues.
Tickets for this annual museum fund-raiser are $175 per person, $1,300 for a corporate table of eight persons, or $1,500 for a sponsor. Call 553-3331 for reservations.