The Tulalip Tribes of Washington
Tulalip Tribes sign deal to host outlet mall
Wednesday, February 4, 2004
The Tulalip Tribes of Washington signed a multi-million dollar deal to host an outlet mall on tribal land.
Chelsea Property Group operates outlet malls throughout the country. The company will bring 100 to 120 stores on 47 acres of land near the tribe’s casino and the tribe’s business park.
The contract will bring the tribe $1.2 million annually. The deal runs for 75 years.
The Tulalip Film Festival is a celebration of filmmaking and filmmakers, which will feature Coast Salish films. The two-week long event includes a filmmaking workshop, viewings of numerous films and digital videos, and a series of awards in various categories.
The Tulalip Film Festival is the product of the cooperation of Tulalip Tribes, Northwest Indian College, and numerous private sponsors and donors. This festival is envisioned as an opportunity for Coast Salish and other filmmakers and artists of all ages to gain education and exposure. While the focus of the festival is Coast Salish themes, festival organizers will be accepting selected submissions in any genre, and by any filmmakers.
- Cabela’s store coming to Tulalip area in 2012 with construction beginning soon (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- One-day closure date has changed for the Tulalip Bubble Salmon Fishery (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Author Sherman Alexie coming to Tulalip on Tuesday (heraldnet.com)
- Tulalip center working to restore Everett’s landmark story pole (heraldnet.com)