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Dancing planned at Cove

Sea Wolf Adventures will celebrate its first anniversary this weekend with a traditional dance performance at Telegraph Cove.

TELEGRAPH COVE—Sea Wolf Adventures will celebrate its first anniversary this weekend with the second annual traditional dance performance at Telegraph Cove Resort & Campground.

Sea Wolf, which offers cultural tours and water taxi services out of Telegraph Cove, celebrated its launch in July last year with a similar display of local dance, song and culture on the boardwalk.

This year’s event will start at 7 p.m. on July 26, following the Cove’s 5 p.m. salmon barbecue on the boardwalk.

Admission to the performance will be by donation, with the funds collected going to the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw School culture program.

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