Join the Quinault Indian Nation’s



March and Rally To Say

NO” to crude oil in Grays Harbor!  

Friday, JULY 8th - Hoquiam, WA

Tribal canoes, fishing boats, and other vessels will converge at the NW end of Rennie Island.  Led by Tribal canoes and fishing boats, the boats will land at the 9th St. Dock in Hoquiam where they will be joined by others on land for a 4-block March to the Hoquiam City Hall for a Rally at 3:00 pm, followed by a seafood meal—all led by the Quinault Indian Nation.


To Join the March on Land:  meet at the new 9th St. Dock and Park at 1:30   

Levee St & 9th St, Hoquiam 

To Join the Rally on Water:  Meet the paddlers and small boats at the 11:00

at the 28th St. Dock in Hoquiam

or meet the boats at 12:30 at the NW end of Rennie Island

For a schedule of events:
For boating info:
Join us on:


Or call the Quinault Indian Nation at 360.276.8215 ext. 305 or 340








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