CAMA BEACH: Celebrate the solstice with poetry, music

December 15, 2013 

Mark the first day of winter at Cama Beach State Park with a pictorial exploration of the Pacific Northwest.

Visitors to the Camano Island park will be able to experience “Forest for the Trees,” a journey examining the beauty of the forest through a blend of images accompanied by poetry and violin music.

A short hike through the forest at the park will be offered after the program if enough participants are interested.

The free winter solstice program will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday in the park’s Cama Center. A Discover Pass is required to enter the park.

The park was a fishing resort from 1934 to 1989. The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission began acquiring the land through a combination of family donations and sales in 1994.

For more information, call the park at 360-913-0253.

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