Throughout November, wild chum salmon can be seen spawning naturally along the McLane Creek Nature Trail.
On Saturday, the Stream Team will hold the Chum Salmon and Cider Celebration, from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. Participants in the free event will have the chance to learn about wild chum salmon and their life cycle from trained Salmon Stewards. There also will be hot cider and snacks to enjoy.
The trail is on the eastern edge of Capitol State Forest, off Delphi Road Southwest.
For a map, go to streamteam.info. You also can contact Ann Marie Pearce at email@example.com or 360-754-3355, ext. 6857.