Codie Collins and her son Valen and husband Chris enjoy some fresh salmon at the barbecue.

VIDEO: Riverboat Days salmon barbecue

A few Kitsumkalum members braved the heat to roast up some sockeye for the barbecue this afternoon.

The Kitsumkalum served up tasty plates of Nass Valley sockeye at the Kitsumkalum salmon barbecue this afternoon.

People beat the heat by gathering in groups in the shade of the trees or under the tents set up at the Kitsumkalum field.

It was the 30th annual salmon barbecue, and next Saturday is a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the last Kitsumkalum totem pole raising.

Here’s a quick clip of the cooks at the barbecue as well as a few people enjoying the event:


Dan Kramar and Caroline Letourneau from Vancouver visit with Teresa Weismiller and Will Nelson from Prince Rupert at the salmon barbecue. Terrace Riverboat Days draws a lot of folks to town, and Dan and Caroline stopped by on their way back from a thrilling Yukon trip.

Grandma Carol Sam, right, sells dream catchers with her granddaughters (L-R) Claire Sam, Ella Stanley and Navaeh Stanley.

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