FAQs

~The Basics~

Dates: April 1st through April 23rd

Time: 11am-7pm Daily

Cost: Adults – $15, Child/Senior – $12 (Visa, MC okay)

Location: Hillcrest Park Lodge (1717 S 13th St, Mt Vernon, WA. 98273)

Click Here for Google Map to Hillcrest Park

~The Fish~

What type of salmon do we serve?

Wild, King Salmon

What is included with a meal?

Alder grilled salmon with baked potato, coleslaw, garlic bread, beverages and dessert.

Can I bring a large group?

Absolutely! We love big groups! We do ask that any groups of 15 or more please call Ed at 360-428-7028 or complete the form on the Group Sales Information page. We do kindly ask that those arriving in a group of 15+ please try and give us at least 48 hours/ 2 days prior to arriving if possible.

***Group sales does not guarantee reserved seating. Seating is based on a first come basis.

~The Tulips~

How do we get to the famous Tulips?

You can print a map of the Tulip fields, driving tips and other information at: http://www.tulipfestival.org/map/print

For More Information Visit the Official Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Website. They are the experts when it comes to the flowers and the all Tulip Festival events; we handle the FISH!!!

Is there any way to avoid the traffic?

Traffic is very heavy in Skagit County during the month of April as the Tulip Festival is happening. Plan for patience and extra time to reach your destination! Of course weekdays are generally a bit slower than weekends.

~The BBQ~

When did the BBQ Start?

This year will mark our 30th Annual Kiwanis Salmon BBQ held at the Historic Hillcrest Lodge.

Can I help at the BBQ?

We love volunteers! As they say “many hands make light work” and that is definitely the case with our Annual Kiwanis BBQ. Without the help of over 500+ volunteers, including other local Kiwanis groups and community members we would never be able to host this great event year after year!

If you are interested in volunteering at this year’s event please visit our volunteer’s page or contact the BBQ Volunteer Coordinator Spencer Johnson at 360-720-4243 or hill.spencer22@yahoo.com

Where do the BBQ proceeds go?

Believe it or not the best part about our Salmon BBQ isn’t actually the fish! The BEST part is that EVERY CENT of this effort is returned to youth and community programs right here in Skagit Valley. To read more about some of the groups that we support visit our post: BBQ Supports Skagit Valley Community 

~Kiwanis~

What is Kiwanis?

Mount Vernon Kiwanis Noon Club was founded in 1924 to help serve our community. We invite you to come join us for our hour long luncheon membership meetings every Monday at noon located at the Cottontree Inn & Convention center in Mount Vernon.

Kiwanis clubs, located in 80 nations, help their communities in countless ways. Each community’s needs are different-so each Kiwanis club is different. By working together, members achieve what one person can’t accomplish alone. When you give a child the chance to learn, experience, dream, grow, succeed and thrive, great things happen.

How Can I Get Involved/Join Your Club?

For information on how to get involved with the Kiwanis Club of Mount Vernon please contact: Club President Steve Schultz