Have you noticed your neighbors already having their homes decked on in holiday lights? It’s happening- roof peaks are becoming adorned in twinkling lights even before Thanksgiving is upon us.
So if the Holiday spirit is taking hold – Snoqualmie has some fun in store for you starting this weekend.
The City of Snoqualmie Parks & Recreation Department and the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association (ROA) invite all Snoqualmie Ridge and downtown residents and businesses to participate in the Fourth Annual Snoqualmie Holiday Lights Contest.
Any resident, business, neighborhood or community organization located within Snoqualmie city limits is eligible. Entries will be evaluated based upon creativity, originality, thematic elements and overall design quality – not just the quantity of lights.
December 2nd at 4P: Entries due to Snoqualmie Parks & Recreation office
December 12th: Building must be fully decorated and lit
December 13-15 from 6PM – 9PM: Impartial panel will conduct judging
HOW TO ENTER: Entry forms are available on the City of Snoqualmie website.
Submit the entry form in one of three ways:
- Email to Larry White at email@example.com.
- Drop it off at Snoqualmie City Hall at 38624 SE River Street
- Mail it to PO Box 987, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.
Winning locations will be recognized in the two local newspapers, the Snoqualmie Valley Record and the SnoValley Star, along with the Snoqualmie Ridge ROA e-newsletter. All winners will be presented with a certificate and a yard sign indicating their success!
Annual Holiday Tree Lighting November 26th
Take in the crisp start of winter at the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting in Historic Snoqualmie. In Railroad Park, enjoy carolers, a local choir, hot cocoa, cider, and cookies. There will be horse and carriage rides for singing through the streets of Snoqualmie.
Come early to begin your holiday shopping at local stores. Downtown stores and restaurants will have complimentary appetizers, beverages, live music, door prizes, kids’ activities, and shopping specials.
At 6:3oPM sharp, Santa will arrive and flip the switch to light up the tree! Then kids can visit with Santa and have their picture taken.
New this year! Kids can bring letter to send to Santa and pop it in a special holiday mailbox going straight to the North Pole.