Business Comings: Popular Store Expanding, Relocating to Historic Snoqualmie Business District

What do you do after a successful seven months in business and finishing runner-up in King 5’s Best of Western Washington contest in the Best Antiques category? Well, you expand of course! And by expand they mean their hours AND their square footage.

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Current Wild Hare Vintage location on Railroad Ave near Meadownbrook Way.


Wild Hare Vintage and Estate, located in the little red building on Railroad Ave near Meadowbrook Way, will be moving to a new home at the start of 2015.

The cute, funky shop (with the big white rabbit painted on the exterior) that specializes in re-purposing and selling vintage and antique items in the Valley will be heading right to middle of the historic Snoqualmie business district come January.

The popular store will be expanding into the spot formerly occupied by Anne Jackson’s jewelry store, as well as the current Farmer Insurance spot, giving it three times the space as its current location. [Farmers will be moving to empty storefront at the corner of Railroad and River Street where Nothing to Wear used to be located.]

Wild Hare Vintage owner, Joey MacArthur, said the idea actually came from the City of Snoqualmie and they’re excited about relocating to their new home in the heart of downtown Snoqualmie. MacAurthur and co-owner, Tamara Smith, recently completed a storefront display to announce the big move, too.

Wildhare Vintage is open daily from 10AM – 6PM. They buy, sell, appraise and repurpose antiques, vintage finds and “other cool, rare and unusual items.”

According to their Facebook page, Wild Hare is also offering a one-day only Black Friday special – 25% off your entire purchase – which is their biggest sale of the year. If you haven’t checked out the store yet, this might be a good reason to stop in and check it out.

Good Luck, Wild Hare Vintage and Estate!

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New Wild Hare Vintage storefront window display announcing the store’s new location – coming in January 2015.



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