Super Saturday

Super Saturday?June 12, 2004

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Super Saturday Celebrates its 26th Year!

June 12, 2004

A Festival for All Ages
There'll be some fun events on Red Square!
Free and open to the public - 10 a.m.– 6 p.m

Super Saturday, one of the biggest one-day festivals in the state, marks its 26th year June 12 with a new emphasis on live music and entertainment for young and old. This year the theme is "Fun for All Ages" and features two-dozen live music performances, story telling for kids, and popular Super Saturday traditions such as the Evergreen Library used book sale, the Native Arts fair in the Longhouse and the "Greener Oasis" for Evergreen alumni and friends.

The Evergreen State College began hosting Super Saturday in 1978 as a way to thank the community for its support and have some fun on graduation weekend. The popular event attracts 25,000 to its mix of entertainment, handmade arts and crafts and international foods and flavors. Highlights this year include:

Express Transit Service makes getting to and from Super Saturday a breeze - take the bus! Relax and let Intercity Transit do the driving. Shuttles leave every 10 minutes (10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.) from Westfield Shoppingtown Capital Mall between Best Buy and J.C. Penney. Regular rates apply.

Main Stage (Red Square)
10-10:45 a.m. Fiddlehead
10:45-11 a.m. Bicycle Awards
11-11:45 a.m. The Mud Bay Stompers
noon-12:45 p.m. Grey Daisy
1-1:45 p.m. The Aaron English Band
2-2:45 p.m. Six Foot Savage
3-3:45 p.m. The Whole Bolivian Army
4-4:45 p.m. The Rikk Beatty Band
5-5:45 p.m. Locust Street Taxi
Leisure Education Stage (Between CRC and CAB)
11a.m. Tap Dance with Heather Treadway
11:15 a.m. Polynesian Youth Group of Washington
12:30 p.m. Evergreen Orissi Dance Ensemble with Jamie Lynn Colley
1:15 p.m. Tanglefoot Cloggers with Sharon Ruhl
2 p.m. Mas Uda Middle Eastern Dancers with Kashani
3 p.m. Samara Dancers with Georgia Vorhies
4 p.m. Vocals with Vanessa Bell and Irene Scott
5 p.m. Dance Diversion with Donna Pallo-Perez
Local Musicians Stage (The CRC amphitheater, outside the main entrance)
KAOS Stage (behind Daniel J. Evans Library)
10-11:30 a.m. KAOS DJ
11:30-12:30 p.m. The Crossing
12:30-1 p.m. KAOS DJ
1-2 p.m. Funks Underworld
2-2:30 p.m. KAOS DJ
2:30-3:30 p.m. Tune Stranglers
3:30-4 p.m. KAOS DJ
4-5 p.m. L'Aquafois
Greener Oasis Beer & Wine Garden - Back by popular demand, Evergreen's Alumni Association sponsors the Greener Oasis at the Greenery Café and Patio in the CAB from noon to 6 p.m. Guests must be 21 or older and present valid photo ID to enter this area. Beer and wine will be for sale, in addition to non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Alumni are invited to catch up with each other and make new friends. All proceeds benefit the Evergreen Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.

Storytelling - When Evergreen Academic Adviser Joyce Stahmer tells a story, she uses her arms, legs, face and full vocal range to enchant her audience. Also a member of the Heartsparkle Players, Stahmer is a griotess an African culture bearer, the royal keeper of history and folktales. Witness her magic and the stories of Skagit Valley's Francis Garcia at the Kids Country Storytelling Stage. Learn a song in another language or read along with a fantastic animal story at the stage. Kids Country at south end of Red Square and Seminar II main entrance.

Native Arts Fair - The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center hosts the Ninth Annual Super Saturday Native Arts Fair, featuring more than 30 regionally and nationally known Native artists with traditional and contemporary work. Intertribal musicians will entertain as you enjoy the beauty of this year's selection of pottery, clothing, jewelry, basketry, carvings and dolls. Longhouse.

Fun and Games - For children there's playing with Gak, water tables and other hands-on activities from juggling to chemistry. Parents will appreciate a comfortable and quiet area for infants needing a respite from all the fun. Toddlers will have their own playroom to roam and interact with their peers. Red Square by the new Seminar II building.

The Evergreen 5K Classic - Everyone walkers, runners and strollers is invited to Evergreen's 5K Classic race on Sunday, June 13, hosted by Friends of the Evergreen Library. Pre-register at Super Saturday's Information Tent for $20, or $25 day of the race (registration payment includes water bottle and commemorative short-sleeve T-shirt). The race begins at 9 a.m. at the west end of the westbound Evergreen Parkway, a half mile from Parking Lot B. Runners will travel along a flat, fast course through the campus that ends just short of Lewis Road. The race is USATF certified and sanctioned. Awards will be given to the winners in the overall and masters divisions. The top three finishers in 11 age divisions will also be recognized. Register at Info Tent.
More information at the Evergreen Classic 5K Web Site.

Community Groups
The following are a list of registered groups in each area.

Action for Animals
Concern for Animals
Wolf Haven International

Bainbridge Graduate Institute
Black Hills PRIDE Foundation
Hero Trainers
Literacy Network of Thurston County
Mason County Literacy
Olympia Microcomputer Users Group
Olympia Waldorf School
Parents Against Sex Offenders
Thurston Council on Cultural Diversity and Human Rights
Thurston County Prosecutor's Office
Toastmasters International
Wilderness Awareness School
Washington Hemp Education Network

Capital Volkssport Club
Climate Solutions
Farm Bank Project
Garden Raised Bounty (GRUB)
Olympia Mountaineers
Olympic Forest Coalition Organization
Washington Rail Passengers
Washington Toxics Coalition

Greater Olympia Dixieland Jazz Society
Hands on Children's Museum
Faith Homes
Families for Kids
YWCA of Olympia

American Civil Liberties Union
Committee to Elect Margaret Holm
Gregoire for Governor 2004
Move On
Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation
Office of the Secretary of State

American Pride Associates
Dispute Resolution Center
Media Island International
Olympia Host Lions Club
Survivors in Service
Thurston Santo Tomas Sister County Assn.
TULIP � Thurston Union of Low Income People

Nalanda Institute
Olympia Zen Center
Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Alcoholics Anonymous
American Massage Therapy Association
Behavior Health Resources � Crisis Clinic
Budd Bay Rugby Football Club
Capital Clubhouse
Care Net Pregnancy Center
Chiro Feed
Deschutes Psychological Association
Life Chiropractic Council Washington
Midwifery Association of Washington State
NARAL � Pro Choice Washington
Narcotics Anonymous
National Alliance of Mental Illness
Planned Parenthood
Puget Sound Wellness Association

Groups interested in participating with us can contact Andrea Seabert Olsen at 867-5113 or download the information from the web at

Super Saturday Information
(360) 867-6001

Arts & Crafts Letter of Invitation
Arts & Crafts Application
Entertainment Application
Entertainment Electronic Media Tech. Rider
Food Booth Application
Food Vendor Policies
Non-Profit Community Organization Coversheet
Non-Profit Organization Application