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Cabela's Tulalip, Washington store is located within Quil Ceda Village on the Tulalip Tribes Indian reservation adjacent to Marysville about 30 miles north of Seattle along Interstate 5. The 110,000-square-foot store is designed to immerse customers in the outdoor experience and includes conservation-themed wildlife displays and trophy animal mounts.

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Tulalip, WA 98271

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Store Closes at 6:00pm Labor Day Monday, September 1st 8:00am - 6:00pm  
In observance of Labor Day, Cabela's Tulalip location will be closing early at 6:00pm on Monday, September 1st.
Women's Defensive Tactics Course Wednesday, September 3rd 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Presented by Olympia Tactical, Women's Defensive Tactics is designed to give each student knowledge and skills to defend and escape a physical defense situation. Introduction to Defensive Tactics Class is a physically active class with hands-on learning and practice in a safe environment. Our instructors (primarily female) will teach the students how to defend themselves and escape from some of the most common physical assaults. Come prepared to be active and have fun! Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Free Seminars and Demonstrations Saturday and Sunday, September 6th - 7th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH

Supplies for Your Hunting Camp
11:00am in our Camping Department
You may be "roughing it" out there this hunting season, but make sure you have the right supplies to have a fun and comfortable campsite setup. Our outfitters will show you portable hot water systems, easy camp kitchens, propane grills, wood stoves and more.
Scent Control Secrets
12:00pm in our Hunting Department
It's no secret, animals can smell you coming from yards away, but there are ways to conceal your scent. Learn what the industry pros use to control their scent while out in the field. From laundry soap to sprays, to deodorants, gum and more, we've got you covered from head to toe in scent free protection.
Restocking Your Silver Salmon Gear – What’s Hot!
1:00pm in our Fishing Department
You might already be on the water catching your limit, but head in to find out the secrets to what gear is really attracting those Silvers out there and restock your tackle box.
Getting Kids Started in Archery Hunting
2:00pm in our Archery Department
Our knowledgeable archery outfitters will show you equipment, accessories and some tips for getting kids started in archery hunting. You can even test your archery skill at our indoor range.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH

Backpacking Balance
11:00am in our Camping Department
Backpacking is all about finding the perfect balance between weight and distance. If you carry too much weight, you're going to fall short. Join our camping outfitters as they help you pick the right back pack, stove, lanterns, and other gear that will make your outdoor adventure a safe and fun experience.
Deer & Elk Rifles: What to Look For
at the Firearms Counter
Thinking about purchasing a new big game rifle for this season? Come talk to our knowledgeable outfitters about the differences in elk and deer rifles. We'll even discuss great firearms for your kids' first big game hunt as well.
Cabela’s Waterproofing Spray
1:00pm in our Footwear Department
Waterproof your boots, hunting gear, rainwear, and even your tent with Cabela’s Waterproofing Spray. We’ll show you how it works.
Cool Clothing for Cool Fall Nights
2:00pm in our Main Aisle
You don't have to wear bulky clothing to stay warm on our cool nights in the Pacific Northwest. Check out our great selection of comfortable and fashionable clothing for fall.
Women's Situational Awareness Thursday, September 11th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
This two hour class is designed to teach students about situational awareness and how to best utilize Cooper's Color Codes to help equip you with a safety mindset.  The Women's Situational Awareness: Taking a Proactive Approach Class will discuss using instincts, the senses and find strategies of dealing with life's situations. Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

NRA Weekend Saturday and Sunday, September 13th - 14th See Schedule for Details Boat Showroom
Enjoy great presentations taught by local certified professionals on firearms safety and personal protection all weekend long.



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH

Personal Protection Inside the Home
11:30am in our Boat Showroom
Would you know what to do if danger found its way to your home? Could you defend yourself and help protect your loved ones? In this class, taught by certified professionals, you will learn the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to the safe and efficient use of a handgun for protection of self and family, and to provide information on the law-abiding individual's right to self-defense.
Concealed Carry Question & Answer
12:30pm in our Boat Showroom
The laws can be confusing when it comes to carrying concealed. Bring your questions and prepare for answers from certified professionals on proper concealed carry. Also learn about the importance of taking a concealed carry course prior to carrying.
Situational Awareness
1:30pm in our Boat Showroom
Having an awareness of your surroundings is key to preventing a possible harmful situation. Know what's around you, know how to spot potential problems and learn easy ways to avoid these situations. Learn from certified professionals all about situational awareness.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH

Non-Lethal Self Defense
11:30am in our Boat Showroom
Unsure if you could defend yourself using a firearm? Don't worry, there are many effective ways to use non-lethal self-defense. Learn from NRA certified instructors how to effectively use tazers, pepper sprays, and more to help you feel more confident if faced with a situation requiring self-defense.
Introduction to Basic Pistol
12:30pm in our Boat Showroom
This intro to handguns class will teach you the basics of proper firearm handling, cleaning and safety. Taught by NRA certified instructors, learn the basic knowledge, skills and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely.
Situational Awareness
1:30pm in our Boat Showroom
Having an awareness of your surroundings is key to preventing a possible harmful situation. Know what's around you, know how to spot potential problems and learn easy ways to avoid these situations. Learn from certified professionals all about situational awareness.
Waterfowl Classic Saturday and Sunday, September 13th - 14th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
Bring the whole family in for a day of waterfowl fun. Kids can participate in our free Youth Calling Clinic at 1pm on Saturday or paint a wooden duck to take home, give it your best shot in our BB Gun range or sit in on some great waterfowl presentations taught by local experts. All this and more at Cabela's Waterfowl Classic.



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH

Women’s Introduction to Waterfowl
11:00am in our Conference Center
Ladies, head on in for a class all about waterfowl hunting. Learn about duck and goose identification, proper hunting techniques, calling and much more.
The Science of Duck Calling
12:00pm in our Conference Center
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to call in a duck. But you do need to know how to properly use the call to get the results you want. Learn all about duck calling and where and when to make the call.
Waterfowl University
1:00pm in our Conference Center
Learn strategy and tactics of waterfowl hunting both in the field and over water. You will learn everything from scouting birds, hiding your blinds, setting up decoys for different situations, different calling techniques for different species, early season and late season tactics and much more.
Youth Calling Clinic
1:00pm at our Conservation Mountain
Kids! Come in to learn all about duck calling. Learn from industry experts how to call in a duck. After the clinic, kids will have the opportunity to give it their best call in a kids calling contest. Top three winners will receive a prize. Ages 3 - 14 years in the contest please.
Introduction to Goose Calling
2:00pm in our Conference Center
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to call in a goose. But you do need to know how to properly use the call to get the results you want. Learn all about goose calling and where and when to make the call.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH

Preventative Care & First Aid for Hunting Dogs
11:00am in our Conference Center
Your dog is your best friend and hunting partner. Make sure you know how to care and provide basic first aid for him in the field.
Waterfowl University
12:00pm in our Conference Center
Learn strategy and tactics of waterfowl hunting both in the field and over water. You will learn everything from scouting birds, hiding your blinds, setting up decoys for different situations, different calling techniques for different species, early season and late season tactics and much more.
After the Shot: Processing Your Bird
1:00pm in our Conference Center
Process your bird the simple way. We'll have experts on sight to show you how to pluck, clean and slice your bird correctly and efficiently.
Setting up for the Hunt
2:00pm in our Conference Center
Dominate the playing field with everything you need for proper staging. Make sure you have the right blinds, decoys, and spread set up for hunting in any environment.
Women's Introduction to Firearms Tuesday, September 16 6:30pm-8:30pm Conference Center
Olytac and Cabela's are proud to announce our new series of Women's Defensive and Firearms Courses. These courses are designed for women, and taught by women. This introduction to Firearms course is designed to provide the essentials of choosing, owning, and operating a firearm safely and effectively.

Topics Include:
  • Cardinal Firearms Safety Rules
  • Types of Firearms on the market today
  • How to choose a firearm that is right for you
  • Nomenclature of a pistol; parts, and how they work
  • Ammunition and Caliber selection • Health and Safety Issues
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Hands-on with Training Pistols. We use SIRT Pistols to allow everyone to practice the fundamentals of marksmanship in class.
  • Question and Answer Session
  • Certificates Awarded

For more information or to pre-register, email Olytac at: cabelasclasses@olytac.com or call Susan East 360-808-0517 or Rich Benkert 425-879-7487. Course fee $50 and paid directly to the instructor. Pre-registration is highly recommended.
Free Weekend Seminars and Demonstrations Saturday and Sunday, September 20th - 21st See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH

Hunting Boots that Work All Day
11:00am in our Footwear Department
Don't make any sacrifices when choosing a new pair of hiking boots. Our outfitters will discuss the proper fit of hiking boots, socks to keep your feet cool and dry all day long, and ways to waterproof your new boots to ensure a long lasting lifetime.
Proper Techniques for Storing Your Summer Camping Gear
12:00pm in our Camping Department
Tired of pulling out your camping gear year after year and having it dusty, dirty, and full of bugs and mold? Join our knowledgeable outfitters as they walk you through the process for properly storing your summer camping gear.
Fall Chinook Fishing for Beginners
1:00pm in our Fishing Department
Fall Chinook fishing is upon us, pick up some great insider tips from our knowledgeable fishing outfitters. Also, learn about new gear, tackle bags, rods, reels and more.
Dehydrated Foods for Backcountry Hunts
2:00pm in our Camping Department
When the others are all eating a half burnt hot dog around a campfire, pull out your gourmet Mountain House or Backpackers pantry meal. Try mac and cheese, stroganoff, or even breakfast wraps. With a wide variety to choose from, you won't go hungry on your next backcountry hunt.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST

Long Range Shooting Tips & Techniques
11:00am at the Gun Library
Get the basics on taking a long range shot. We'll discuss firearms, ammunition, reading the wind, scopes, special tools and more.
Fall Fashions for Your Home
12:00pm in our Home & Cabin Department
Decorate for fall with our great selection of home décor. Get that warm cabin feel you've always wanted.
Spotting Scopes & Range Finders
1:00pm at our Optics Counter
Spotting scopes and rangefinders are something that everyone should own. Whether you use them at your favorite ball game, bird watching, target shooting, or in a big game hunting application, owning the right type of optics will provide hours of outdoor enjoyment.
Waterfowl Shooting Essentials
2:00pm in our Hunting Department
Arrive ready to hunt and prepared to take your limit. We'll go over the best shotshells, choke choices and other tools available for this waterfowl season.
Elk Camp Saturday and Sunday, September 27th - 28th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH

Lil’ Hunters Elk Camp: Calling and Identification Station
11:00am - 2:00pm at our Conservation Mountain
Learn all about Western wild game animals and the wild sounds they make including deer, elk, bear, antelope and more.
Top 10 Elk Camp Pack Essentials
11:00am in our Conference Center
Don't hit the mountain this fall without the proper elk camp essentials. We'll discuss what to bring, how to pack it and when it's use is necessary. This is one presentation you won't want to miss.
Elk Camp Cuisine
12:00pm in our Conference Center
Often times meals prepared at camp can be a highlight of the trip. Learn to be an elk camp chef with the latest outdoor cooking essentials Cabela's has to offer.
Tactics for Trophy Big Game
1:00pm in our Conference Center
Make the most of the upcoming hunting season and learn from seasoned pros how to target and hunt trophy big game.
DIY Jerky and Sausage
2:00pm in our Conference Center
Make the most of your wild game and learn how to make your own jerky and sausage. Featuring smokers and dehydrators, our team will also be showcasing recommended products for getting started in making jerky and sausage.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH

Field Dressing Big Game: Knives, Tools, Coolers and More
11:00am in our Conference Center
Head into the field with all the tools required for field dressing big game. From knives to skinners, pelvic saws to game bags, Cabela's has everything needed to ensure the safety and cleanliness of your game.
The Huntress Guide to Buying Guns
12:00pm in our Conference Center
You’ve got the camo, the boots, and the packs, now let us show you the ins and outs of today’s firearms to help you choose the right fit for your hunting adventures.
Lure ‘Em In: Scents, Calls and Attractants
1:00pm in our Conference Center
From open reed to diaphragm style calls, learn tips and techniques on how to replicate cow and bull sounds along with the use of scents and attractants.
Outdoor Navigation with GPS
2:00pm in our Conference Center
Hunt smart with a GPS. When trekking through wilderness and off the beaten path, GPS units ensure safety and precision location of terrain features. At Cabela's, we offer the most notable and popular GPS units for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
Women's Defensive Tactics Course Wednesday, October 1st 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Presented by Olympia Tactical, Women's Defensive Tactics is designed to give each student knowledge and skills to defend and escape a physical defense situation. Introduction to Defensive Tactics Class is a physically active class with hands-on learning and practice in a safe environment. Our instructors (primarily female) will teach the students how to defend themselves and escape from some of the most common physical assaults. Come prepared to be active and have fun! Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Ladies Day Out Saturday, October 4th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
Ladies don't miss out on the adventures awaiting you in the great outdoors. Hunting, fishing, shooting, camping, hiking and so much more are a fun and great way to get active and meet new people. Taught by women for women - don't miss these great activities.



Meet & Greet with Western Washington Mounted Shooters
10:00am - 4:00pm at our Conservation Mountain
Meet and greet with local ladies of Western Washington Mounted Shooters. Western Washington Mounted Shooters was started in 2004 by Kenda Lenseigne, (multi-World and National Champion and holder of 8 World Records) as a Charter Club of CMSA (Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association). Cowboy Mounted Shooting is the fastest growing family equestrian sport in the world.
Fluffy Fly Tying with Vicki
10:00am - 4:00pm at our Fly Shop
Enjoy learning how to make your own Cabela's special "fluffy fly" on a safety pin to wear on your shirt with pride. Pick your colors and learn from expert fly tier, Vicki Hoagland of the Federation of Fly Fishers.
Handguns & Lace: Ladies Only Intro to Handguns
10:00am in our Conference Center
Ladies, you won't have to turn in your best lace to learn about handguns. Never touched a firearm before? No problem, Certified instructor, Susan East will discuss everything you need to know to boost your handgun confidence. From cleaning to operating to clearing a jam and more, this is one class you won't want to miss.
Go Fishing! Ladies Intro to Fishing from the Bank
11:15am in our Conference Center
Fishing from the bank is easy to do. Learn from Cabela's pro-staff; Jennifer Stahl of NW Fishing Guides how to get started today. Whether you are trying to reel in a trout, steelhead or salmon, Jennifer will cover all the basics, gear and where and when to go.
Fall Fashion Show
12:30pm in our Main Aisle
Check out our latest in ladies fashion. From casual to camo, we've got styles guaranteed to get you hooked.
Girls with Bows: Ladies Intro to Archery
1:30pm in our Conference Center
Arrow nocked, bow drawn, target chosen and the whole world stands still as you breathe out and let it fly. Whether it's for fun or food, may the odds be ever in your favor. Join the archery craze and learn why bows are for girls. Learn form, technique, skill and more.
A Gals Guide to Deer & Elk Hunting
2:45pm in our Conference Center
Join Mule Deer Foundation Chairman, Rachel Voss as she walks you through the ins and outs of getting started with big game hunting. Rachel brings lots of experience hunting elk and deer in Washington State and is ready to share her knowledge and passion with you. You won't want to miss this great presentation.
Field Dressing & Processing Big Game Sunday, October 5th 11:00am - 3:00pm Conference Center
You've made the shot and your animal is down, now what? Learn how to properly field dress and process your harvest to ensure minimal spoilage. Jon Blank, expert certified meat cutter brings over 25 years' experience to this presentation as he demonstrates how to properly field dress and debone your big game animal for maximum success. Free to attend. Please RSVP by calling 360-474-4880.



Field Dressing and Processing Your Harvest
11:00am - 1:00pm in our Conference Center
You've made the shot and your animal is down, now what? Learn how to properly field dress and process your harvest to ensure minimal spoilage. Jon Blank, expert certified meat cutter brings over 25 years' experience to this presentation as he demonstrates how to properly field dress and debone your big game animal for maximum success. Free to attend. Please RSVP by calling 360-474-4880.
Meat Grinding for Sausage
1:30pm - 3:00pm in our Conference Center
Join expert, Jon Blank as he walks you through the ins and outs of grinding your meat for sausage, hamburger and more. Also learn insider secrets to ensure the perfect seasoning and texture. Free to attend. Please RSVP by calling 360-474-4880.
Hunter’s Harvest: Food Stays Fresh with Foodsaver Saturday & Sunday, October 11th - 12th 9:00am - 3:00pm Main Aisle
Spoil Not. Use the Foodsaver to seal, store and keep your food fresh up to 5 times longer than food storage bags or containers. Foodsaver also helps to prevent freezer burn. Learn from a Foodsaver Representative how a Foodsaver can save you money.

Weekend Seminars & Demonstrations Saturday & Sunday, October 11th - 12th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11TH

Two Way Radios: Why You Have to Have Them
12:30pm in our Hunting Department
Two way radios are not only important to your safety while in the field, they can also help you find your way. Learn all about two way radios including the basic functions of the Garmin Rhino in this free presentation.
Understanding Your Weather Station
1:30pm in our Home & Gifts
A weather station is a great tool to have. Especially when the weather is unpredictable. Find out why having a weather station can help you get firsthand information on what's happening outside your door this winter. Learn how to use this great tool today.
Using SPOT on Your Hunt
2:30pm at our Optics Counter
Having a SPOT device can save your life if presented with a dangerous situation. Keep SPOT in your hunting pack, hiking pack, or even your car. SPOT will transmit your location and send a signal for help to save your life. Learn all about SPOT in this great presentation.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12TH

Using Trail Cameras with Success
12:30pm in our Archery Department
Don't miss a thing with a new trail camera for your yard, house or favorite hunting spot. Our archery outfitters will show you how to properly choose, set up and maintain your new trail camera.
Selecting A Range Finder
1:30pm at our Optics Counter
Don't head out in the field without one of your most important tools, a range finder. Let our knowledgeable outfitters show you a variety of range finders and insider tips on how to use them to their fullest potential.
Rod & Reel Cleaning and Storage
2:30pm in our Fishing Department
Prepare your rod and reel for winter storage by cleaning and maintaining them at the end of your fishing season. Our outfitters will show you ways to ensure your reel is ready for action next fishing season.
Women's Situational Awareness Thursday, October 16th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
This two hour class is designed to teach students about situational awareness and how to best utilize Cooper's Color Codes to help equip you with a safety mindset.  The Women's Situational Awareness: Taking a Proactive Approach Class will discuss using instincts, the senses and find strategies of dealing with life's situations. Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Hunter’s Harvest: Smokin’ Made Easy Saturday, October 18 12:30pm Outside Front Entrance
Love to taste those smoky treats but think they're too tricky to fix? Come visit our camping outfitters just outside our front entrance and let them show you just how simple, and tasty, smoking can be.

Multi-State Concealed Carry Course Sunday, October 19th 9:30am - 2:00pm Conference Center
Taught by a certified instructor, this multistate concealed firearm permit is reciprocal in up to 37 states depending on your state of residency. Class fees are paid directly to the instructor. For details and to register, contact Stephanie Kerns at Insights Training at (425)827-2552.

Weekend Seminars & Demonstrations Saturday & Sunday, October 18th - 19th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18TH

Tips & Techniques for Cleaning Your Long Gun
1:30pm at the Firearms Department
Cleaning your rifle before your big hunt is as important as cleaning it after. Let our outfitters show you tips and techniques for clearing copper and debris from your barrel, and also the proper ways to lube your guns moving parts to ensure a long life for your firearms.
ColorPhase Camo for Your Next Hunt
2:30pm in our Main Aisle
Have you ever wished your camo clothing could change along with your surroundings? Now it can. Cabela's revolutionary ColorPhase is the world's first camouflage clothing to be printed with rapid-change, temperature-activated dye. Learn today how ColorPhase camo will become your newest hunting buddy.
Easy Archery Fixes for in the Field Mishaps
3:30pm in our Archery Department
Worried about your archery equipment breaking during your hunt? There are some easy fixes you can do in the field to ensure your hunting season doesn't end early. Learn from our knowledgeable outfitters today.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19TH

How to Keep Your Feet Dry
12:30pm in our Footwear Department
Waterproofing to Gortex shoes and socks, we’ll show you ways to make sure your feet stay warm and dry this wet fall and winter.
Home Decorating Ideas for Fall
1:30pm in our Home & Gifts Department
Bring the outdoors in without the mess. Check out our great selection of fall décor for your home or cabin. Our outfitters will showcase a variety of items to spice up any room in your house.
DIY Trophy Mounting
2:30pm in our Hunting Department
Did you harvest a nice buck or bull this year? We'll show you some easy ways to mount your own trophy this year.
Open Season Spices for Cooking Big Game
3:30pm in our Camping Department
Follow your nose to the delicious smells of the camping department. We'll do the grilling, you do the sampling of our Open Season Spices. We'll even show you what spices pair the best with your big game harvest.
Women's Introduction to Firearms Tuesday, October 21st 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Olytac and Cabela's are proud to announce our new series of Women's Defensive and Firearms Courses. These courses are designed for women, and taught by women. This introduction to Firearms course is designed to provide the essentials of choosing, owning, and operating a firearm safely and effectively.

Topics Include:
  • Cardinal Firearms Safety Rules
  • Types of Firearms on the market today
  • How to choose a firearm that is right for you
  • Nomenclature of a pistol; parts, and how they work
  • Ammunition and Caliber selection • Health and Safety Issues
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Hands-on with Training Pistols. We use SIRT Pistols to allow everyone to practice the fundamentals of marksmanship in class.
  • Question and Answer Session
  • Certificates Awarded

For more information or to pre-register, email Olytac at: cabelasclasses@olytac.com or call Susan East 360-808-0517 or Rich Benkert 425-879-7487. Course fee $50 and paid directly to the instructor. Pre-registration is highly recommended.
Hunter’s Harvest: DIY Sausage Making Saturday, October 25th 2:30pm Main Aisle
Making your own sausage is easier than you would think. Start with your meat of choice, grind it down and add a packet of seasoning. We'll show you from start to finish how to make your very own sausage.

Utah Conceal Carry Certificate Course Saturday, October 25th 10:00am - 2:00pm Conference Center
Traveling this summer? Take this 4-hour course to legally conceal carry in 33 states when paired with your Washington Concealed Handgun License.  You must preregister by emailing Chaar Tactical at info@chaartactical.com. Or for more information call 1-888-669-0844. Fee's paid directly to the instructor. Classes will fill up, so register soon to ensure your spot.

Weekend Seminars & Demonstrations Saturday & Sunday, October 25th - 26th See Schedule for Details Throughout the Store
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25TH

Flashlights, Lanterns and Glow Sticks for Trick or Treating
12:30pm in our Camping Department
Keep your kids well seen and bright this Halloween night, by using glow sticks, lanterns and flashlights. We'll show you a variety that are kid friendly and parent approved.
Easy Knife Sharpening
1:30pm in our Cutlery Counter
You've fileted, field dressed, and deboned your harvest. And now your knives are dull, worn and won't even cut through a single sheet of paper. Our outfitters will teach you about the basics of knife sharpening and how to keep your edge when using your knife for various tasks. Also, bring in your favorite knife and we'll sharpen it just for you.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26TH

Perfect Boots for Winter Hunts
12:30pm in our Footwear Department
Preparing to head out on that winter hunt or hike this year? Equip your feet with the proper gear. Try on a variety of warm weather hunting and hiking boots that are waterproof, insulated and more.
Family Game Night for Stormy Saturdays
1:30pm in our Home & Gifts Department
Does the rain and cold have your family stuck indoors? Fear not, our knowledgeable outfitters will show you a variety of games the whole family is sure to enjoy.
Introduction to Handguns
2:30pm at the Firearms Counter
Whether you are new to shooting, or just looking for a new handgun, our knowledgeable outfitters will discuss a variety of handguns from semi-auto to revolver. We'll also cover best handguns for concealed carry.
Flashlights & Lanterns: What’s a Lumen?
3:30pm in our Camping Department
What is a lumen? How do you know how many lumens you need in a flashlight and lantern? Our outfitters will show you the ins and outs of flashlights and lanterns, and how to decipher the specifics of each.
Women's Defensive Tactics Course Wednesday, November 5th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Presented by Olympia Tactical, Women's Defensive Tactics is designed to give each student knowledge and skills to defend and escape a physical defense situation. Introduction to Defensive Tactics Class is a physically active class with hands-on learning and practice in a safe environment. Our instructors (primarily female) will teach the students how to defend themselves and escape from some of the most common physical assaults. Come prepared to be active and have fun! Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Women's Situational Awareness Thursday, November 13th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
This two hour class is designed to teach students about situational awareness and how to best utilize Cooper's Color Codes to help equip you with a safety mindset.  The Women's Situational Awareness: Taking a Proactive Approach Class will discuss using instincts, the senses and find strategies of dealing with life's situations. Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Multi-State Concealed Carry Course Saturday, November 15th 8:30am - 1:00pm Conference Center
Taught by a certified instructor, this multistate concealed firearm permit is reciprocal in up to 37 states depending on your state of residency. Class fees are paid directly to the instructor. For details and to register, contact Stephanie Kerns at Insights Training at (425)827-2552.

Utah Conceal Carry Certificate Course Sunday, November 23rd 10:00am - 2:00pm Conference Center
Traveling this summer? Take this 4-hour course to legally conceal carry in 33 states when paired with your Washington Concealed Handgun License. You must preregister by emailing Chaar Tactical at info@chaartactical.com. Or for more information call 1-888-669-0844. Fee's paid directly to the instructor. Classes will fill up, so register soon to ensure your spot.

Women's Introduction to Firearms Tuesday, November 25th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Olytac and Cabela's are proud to announce our new series of Women's Defensive and Firearms Courses. These courses are designed for women, and taught by women. This introduction to Firearms course is designed to provide the essentials of choosing, owning, and operating a firearm safely and effectively.

Topics Include:
  • Cardinal Firearms Safety Rules
  • Types of Firearms on the market today
  • How to choose a firearm that is right for you
  • Nomenclature of a pistol; parts, and how they work
  • Ammunition and Caliber selection • Health and Safety Issues
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Hands-on with Training Pistols. We use SIRT Pistols to allow everyone to practice the fundamentals of marksmanship in class.
  • Question and Answer Session
  • Certificates Awarded

For more information or to pre-register, email Olytac at: cabelasclasses@olytac.com or call Susan East 360-808-0517 or Rich Benkert 425-879-7487. Course fee $50 and paid directly to the instructor. Pre-registration is highly recommended.
Women's Defensive Tactics Course Wednesday, December 3rd 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Presented by Olympia Tactical, Women's Defensive Tactics is designed to give each student knowledge and skills to defend and escape a physical defense situation. Introduction to Defensive Tactics Class is a physically active class with hands-on learning and practice in a safe environment. Our instructors (primarily female) will teach the students how to defend themselves and escape from some of the most common physical assaults. Come prepared to be active and have fun! Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Women's Situational Awareness Thursday, December 11th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
This two hour class is designed to teach students about situational awareness and how to best utilize Cooper's Color Codes to help equip you with a safety mindset.  The Women's Situational Awareness: Taking a Proactive Approach Class will discuss using instincts, the senses and find strategies of dealing with life's situations. Pre-registration is required, please contact Susan East (susan@olytac.com) or Rich Benkert (rich@olytac.com) for more details. Course fee is $50 and is paid directly to the instructor.

Women's Intro to Firearms Tuesday, December 16 6:30pm - 8:30pm Conference Center
Olytac and Cabela's are proud to announce our new series of Women's Defensive and Firearms Courses. These courses are designed for women, and taught by women. This introduction to Firearms course is designed to provide the essentials of choosing, owning, and operating a firearm safely and effectively.

Topics Include:
  • Cardinal Firearms Safety Rules
  • Types of Firearms on the market today
  • How to choose a firearm that is right for you
  • Nomenclature of a pistol; parts, and how they work
  • Ammunition and Caliber selection • Health and Safety Issues
  • Fundamentals of Marksmanship
  • Hands-on with Training Pistols. We use SIRT Pistols to allow everyone to practice the fundamentals of marksmanship in class.
  • Question and Answer Session
  • Certificates Awarded

For more information or to pre-register, email Olytac at: cabelasclasses@olytac.com or call Susan East 360-808-0517 or Rich Benkert 425-879-7487. Course fee $50 and paid directly to the instructor. Pre-registration is highly recommended.
Utah Conceal Carry Certificate Course Saturday, December 20th 10:00am - 2:00pm Conference Center
Traveling this summer? Take this 4-hour course to legally conceal carry in 33 states when paired with your Washington Concealed Handgun License.  You must preregister by emailing Chaar Tactical at info@chaartactical.com. Or for more information call 1-888-669-0844. Fee's paid directly to the instructor. Classes will fill up, so register soon to ensure your spot.

Cabela’s Store Tours Monday - Friday
By Appointment
To be determined Cabela's in Tulalip, WA
Looking for something fun and educational for your Scout, pre-school, home school, day camp, business, or bus tour group? Cabela's is just the place for you. We offer informative, guided tours of the store featuring conservation mountain, aquariums, and wildlife dioramas. Tours are by appointment only. For more information and to schedule, please contact Katie at 360-474-4880 x 8046.
Cabela's Donation Guidelines      
Cabela's is proud to be a part of our community and support area charities and conservation partners. Each year, we provide donations to non-profit organizations for fundraising auctions and raffles.

To be considered, please review the following:
  • Requests must be submitted online to Sponsorships, Donations & Advertising. Written or e-mailed requests will not be accepted.
  • Requests must be submitted at least sixty (60) days prior to the event.
  • We can only fulfill one request per organization per year. Multiple requests within a calendar year will not be accepted.
  • Organizations must be a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity and be able to provide documentation.
  • Organizations must be located within 100 miles of the retail store.
  • Submitting a request does not guarantee a donation.
Thank you for your interest in Cabela's. We hope to see you in the store soon.

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