New Changes to Legislative District Boundaries

[Guest Opinion Post by Senator Brad Hawkins]                    The Washington State Redistricting Commission … [Read more...]

Valley Center Stage Presents “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, adapted by Dustin Trabert

Valley Center Stage’s beloved annual tradition returns with a new production of A Christmas Carol. Ebenezer Scrooge is a businessman whose lonely Christmas is invaded by a series of encounters that … [Read more...]

Artists Sunday Event at the North Bend Train Depot

Artists Sunday, the Sunday after Thanksgiving (Nov 27, 2022), is dedicated to supporting local artists and recognizing the impact they have in enriching our lives, communities, and the … [Read more...]

Comedians to invade North Bend on Saturday, November 5th

Sixteen stand-up comics will be slinging their best jokes Saturday night when the 42nd Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition lands at the North Bend Theatre.  Comics from the US, … [Read more...]

Honoring Our Valley History: Past Fires of the Snoqualmie Valley

The Loch Katrine fire that burned so close to our valley home in the last two weeks reminds us that the Snoqualmie Valley is as vulnerable to fires as areas in Eastern Washington, Oregon and … [Read more...]

After 100 Years, Nosferatu Returns to the Big Screen

The silent classic Nosferatu rises again for its 100th birthday at the North Bend Theatre on Halloween night. As a special gift for this centennial celebration, local jazz great Danny Kolke of … [Read more...]

Viewing the Snoqualmie Valley through Historical Images

Historical photographs can serve as a window into both daily life and extraordinary events from the past. We can gather unique insights into a time period by looking closely and wondering about the … [Read more...]

Opinion | Streets and Water – Open Letter to North Bend City Council

[Letter by Chris Lodahl– North Bend, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters to the editor or opinion posts … [Read more...]

Winter Thunders into the North Bend Theatre on Sunday

The North Bend Theatre presents the edge-of-your-seat documentary thriller Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche for one night only, Sunday, October 2. A gripping account of one of the deadliest … [Read more...]

From Hollywood with Love: Celebrate Movies on September 3rd with $3 Tickets

The North Bend Theatre joins other U.S. cinemas in celebrating the inaugural National Cinema Day on Saturday, September 3. For one day only, all movie tickets will be just $3. This newly-launched … [Read more...]

Captain George Warren Gove – Puget Sound Steamboat and Snoqualmie Hop Ranch Pioneer

Guest Post by Dave Battey The namesake for Gove Street on Snoqualmie Ridge had quite a varied career even before moving to our Valley. Captain Gove Comes Around the Horn to the West Coast Cap … [Read more...]

Take it Easy and Ride the Train this Labor Day!

The Northwest Railway Museum pays tribute to America’s workers this Labor Day with a special weekday train run of the Museum’s historic train on Monday, September 5th. This run is in addition to the … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie United Methodist Church Welcomes New Pastor

[Guest Post by Carol Morrison] SUMC congregants recently bid fond goodbyes to Pastor Lee Carney Hartman, who pastored Snoqualmie United Methodist Church for eight years, and are pleased to welcome Pastor … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Local North Bend Film Festival Reviews

[Guest Post by Snoqualmie Resident Susan Burk] After no event in 2020 and a hybrid event in 2021, 2022 saw the return of an entirely in-person North Bend Film Festival (NBFF). Featuring a full line-up of … [Read more...]

Summer Freedom Forever: Snoqualmie Valley Transportation joins Metro in announcing free travel for youth, year-round

Guest Post by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Free transportation for youth is already available throughout summers in the Snoqualmie Valley, but starting Sept. 1, it will be here, and on all King County … [Read more...]

Dave Lake, Long-time Snoqualmie Valley Resident, is Turning 100 on Saturday, August 27th!

[Guest post by Cristy Lake] Born in rural east Texas in 1922, Dave joined the Navy just prior to US involvement in WWII. In January 1946, he first came to the Snoqualmie Valley to attend the wedding of a … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Valley residents Bring Mobile Dog Gym to the Community

Seth Goldberg & Nicole Sesar are avid hikers and dog owners who moved to the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley in 2017 to be closer to nature. The couple met through a friend nine years ago and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Days Festival Provides A Ton Of Fun

Snoqualmie Days Festival Comes Alive on Friday evening, August 19 and ALL day on Saturday, August 20! Join the fun as the Snoqualmie Days festival returns in all of its full-blown fun this year. … [Read more...]

Letter | Vote Yes for the Si View Metropolitan Parks District Aquatic Center

[Letter by Chris Lodahl– North Bend, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate or issue … [Read more...]

Your Neighborhood Grocer Jeff Lewis Says Farewell: A Letter to the Community

In the early 1950s, “Bus” Weller opened a grocery store on the outskirts of downtown North Bend. Over the years, the Weller family tended to the shop and, in turn, to the community. They knew that … [Read more...]