“Leisure Time Radio Show” Dinner Theater at Snoqualmie Falls Theater in Fall City

Join us on a raucous, fast-paced adventure with the "Leisure Time with Leisure Time Radio Show!" As the live studio audience, you will be transported back to the late 1930's early 1940s to enjoy the radio … [Read more...]

Possible Three Day Rain Event Coming for the Snoqualmie Valley

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] To whoever participated in the rain dance, your wish is coming true. There looks to be a weak rain disturbance heading our way starting this Friday. … [Read more...]

Hunting Bigfoot Opens at the North Bend Theatre

When filmmaker Taylor Guterson initially contemplated his fourth feature film he knew two things “I wanted to film predominantly outdoors in North Bend & Snoqualmie and John Green was going to star in … [Read more...]

Masks required for all K-12 Students and Staff Heading Back to the Classroom

Safely returning to the classroom for full-time in-person instruction this school year is important for students, teachers, and staff. Wednesday, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) … [Read more...]

Laconia Market & Cafe, Snoqualmie Pass’ First Grocery Store, to Open Fall of 2021

Beginning Fall 2021, Snoqualmie Pass, WA will, for the first time in its history have a grocery store and cafe serving residents and visitors alike providing fresh grocery, cafe and to-go options. … [Read more...]

A Letter from the Snoqualmie Firefighters Association: Pancake Breakfast Cancelled for 2021

Dear wonderful and supportive residents of Snoqualmie: For the past 20 years, we have thoroughly enjoyed serving the community through our annual Pancake Breakfast. Snoqualmie Fire Station bays become a … [Read more...]

Dry Spell Continues with Warmer Temperatures Coming

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] What a boring time of the year for weather, but I guess it’s ok if you like the heat, I don’t. That heatwave last month was brutal, and I hope we don’t have to … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie’s Regional Reads: Chris Fagan’s The Expedition

For Living Snoqualmie’s second installment of Regional Reads, I got some much-needed help from local author Lynda Lahman. Lynda kindly responded to my request for help reading local authors and as one … [Read more...]

Mt. Si Senior Center to re-open August 2nd

It’s been a long time since Mt. Si Senior Center was able to open its doors to the community, but the wait is finally over. The Center will resume on-site programming on Monday, Aug. 2nd. “We are so … [Read more...]

Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban Begins October 1st in Washington

Washingtonians will begin to see fewer plastic bags littering the state’s roadsides, parks, and streams beginning Oct. 1, when the statewide plastic bag ban goes into effect. The bag ban prohibits the … [Read more...]

Encompass Unveils Its Purpose-Built Child Development Center

The newest building of the Eastside’s premier center for pediatric therapy, early learning, and family enrichment officially opened its doors earlier this week, just a year after construction began at its 384th … [Read more...]

Carnation Farms Presents a Brand New Wine and Beer Festival to Fundraise for 2022 Culinary Training Program

On Aug. 15th, 2021 Carnation Farms is presenting Arts & Craft, the inaugural production of an annual wine and beer festival focusing on artisan winemakers and brewers in the Pacific … [Read more...]

The Age of Aquarius Dawns at the North Bend Theatre this weekend, July 23-25, with Limited Screenings of Summer of Soul.

Summer of Soul has been called “possibly the best concert film ever made” thanks to the direction of Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson. Brilliantly weaving unseen footage of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival … [Read more...]

First Female Grizzly Bear Captured, Radio Collared, and Released Onsite in Washington

In a first for Washington state, wildlife biologists recently captured and fitted a female grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) with a radio collar. The bear, accompanied by three yearling offspring, was then … [Read more...]

The City of Duvall Issues a Call to Visual Artists to Create a Main Street Art Wall

In 2009 the City of Duvall solicited a call for artists to create an art mural on the concrete wall located at the intersection of Main Street and the Woodinville-Duvall Road. After receiving numerous … [Read more...]

Highway 18 to be Closed July 9-11

 A stretch of State Route 18 between Snoqualmie and Hobart will be closed in both directions the weekend of July 9-11 for maintenance repairs. Drivers should expect delays and … [Read more...]

Living Snoqualmie Regional Reads: The Spies Next Door Christina & Ryan Hillsberg

“LICENSE TO PARENT: How My Career as a Spy Helped Me Raise Resourceful, Self-Sufficient Kids” We all like to shop & eat locally to support Valley businesses, so shouldn’t we be reading local too? … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Sanctuary has its Grand Opening in North Bend

Stacie Beam-Bruce and Stacy Worley met 3 years ago at a function in Seattle called Sacred Supper, a gathering for spiritually-minded women.  The meeting was completely random, not something … [Read more...]

Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ Holds 4th of July Pancake Breakfast

Every year, Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ in Carnation holds its 4th of July Pancake Breakfast, with proceeds benefiting the church’s Good Neighbor Fund (GNF). It is a huge part of the … [Read more...]

Two Left Lanes of Westbound I-90 Near Preston Closed for Repairs

Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews are currently repairing concrete panels on westbound I-90 at milepost 21.5 in Preston. Two left lanes are blocked, and work is expected to take … [Read more...]