Enjoy a Snoqualmie Valley Treat this Weekend: A List of Can’t-Miss Holiday Festivities

The festivities continue this weekend around the Valley with more fun ways to celebrate the season.

Check out our events calendar for all things jingly, and please send an email to storyideas@livingsnoqualmie.com if you have an event you would like to have included in a future article.

Christmas Creek Christmas Tree Farm

December 2nd, 3rd and 4th 15515 468th Ave SE North Bend

SANTA NIGHTS ARE BACK!!!! We are so excited to be able to do this again this year! This event was designed to bring a little more magic to the season. This an opportunity to slow down and capture a beautiful holiday experience between your family and Santa in a more intimate setting.

Your Santa Pass gets you in to see Santa and have your pictures taken with him by a professional photographer. Then you can sip some cocoa or hot cider. There will be cookies and candy canes too. Then warm yourself at one of several fire pits. Or curl up in the big tent to watch a holiday movie with some freshly popped popcorn. Trees, garlands, and wreaths will also be available for sale on those nights. Sorry, only precut trees will be available after it gets dark.

Sign up here to reserve your spot! Santa Pass is $42 per family and sold at the gate on the night of your reservation. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4BAEAD2CA4F4C70-2022

Annual Si View Holiday Bazaar

9 AM – 3 PM Saturday, December 3rd, 400 SE Orchard Drive, North Bend

Save the date for this seasonal favorite. Si View is excited to host a full house of artisan vendors with unique holiday gifts and showcase local students’ performances at Si View Community Center on Saturday, December 3rd.

From one-of-a-kind gifts to tasty treats, the Si View Holiday Bazaar has something for everyone!

Christmas Market at North Fork Farm

9 AM – 4 PM 43010 SE 79th St, Snoqualmie

Please join them for their annual Christmas market featuring some amazing local vendors! 

Fall City Holiday Market

10 AM – 3 PM Saturday, December 3rd, 32627 SE Redmond-Fall City Road

The 22nd annual Holiday Market will offer many handmade items for sale from more than 30 local crafters and artists throughout the community. Come discover Recycle Fine Art, whose mission is to transfer fine art at a reasonable price into hands that will continue to grow with it and purchase gifts for all those special people on your holiday shopping list. Pick up ornaments, fresh wreaths and live poinsettias for your holiday decorating.

The Fall City Historical Society will have great gift ideas, including the 2023 Fall City Calendar featuring EARLY SCHOOLS, historic photo prints, three different magnets, wine glasses featuring a Salish salmon or Fall City’s latitude and longitude, pint glasses, our collector’s mug ‘Fall City – Circa 1906’, and of course, our books:  Preserving the Stories of Fall City and Jack’s History of Fall City.

This year’s new vendor is local author and artist Janice King, selling her book Eastside Seattle Walks. It’s a guidebook of 20+ easy, family-friendly walking routes that feature nature, history and public art. It includes routes for Fall City and the other Snoqualmie Valley towns, as well as larger Eastside cities.  

This year’s Bake Sale will be filled with delicious goodies prepared by the Fall City United Methodist Church Women’s group. They’ll also serve breakfast and lunch items at the café, including coffee, quiche, regular and vegan soups, and chili. Bring your friends, enjoy a cup of coffee, and enter to win one of many unique raffle prizes.

The Chief Kanim Middle School Music Program will kick off the market with lively and festive music. Enjoy Johann Sasynuik playing seasonal holiday music on the piano.

Fall City Holiday School Music Program

4 PM – 445 PM December 3rd 3314 SE 42nd Place, Fall City 98024

Enjoy the sounds of the Fall City Elementary School Choir.

Sno-Valley Senior Center Holiday Bazaar

9 AM – 3 PM Saturday, December 3rd, 4610 Stephens Ave, Carnation

Support Sno-Valley Senior Center and local artisans by joining us for a fun day of festive holiday shopping, crafts, & baked goods! 

Want to bring items for the bake sale? Items accepted Thursday and Friday, December 1 & 2. Please bring items that are clearly labeled so we can let buyers know what they are getting

Holly Days

5 PM – 8 PM Saturday, December 3rd Various Locations Downtown North Bend

Join the North Bend Downtown Foundation for a jolly evening of good old-fashioned holiday fun in historic downtown North Bend!

Celebrate with friends, neighbors and Roberta McFarland as we light the community tree, roast marshmallows and have fun with local organizations hosting old-fashioned crafts and activities for kids.

Cheer on local community performance groups, shop and dine with our downtown businesses, and keep an eye out for Santa for some free photo ops!

Snoqualmie City Lights

5 PM – 7 PM  Saturday, December 3rd  Railroad Park, 7971 Railroad Ave SE., Snoqualmie

Mark your calendars for Snoqualmie Winter Lights, an annual holiday tradition in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie. Santa will arrive at 6:30 p.m. for the holiday tree-lighting countdown.

Bundle up and bring family and friends for live music on the main stage featuring the Snoqualmie Middle School Jazz Band, Dickens Carolers, and the Snoqualmie Elementary School choir.

Drop letters to Santa in the mailbox and take photos in the gazebo with the holiday tree. Santa will be available to listen to your wish list, and an ice carver will reveal winter creations. 

Warm up with cocoa, cider, and cookies. After the festival, stay downtown and dine, drink, and delight in the lights.

Fall City Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

6 PM Saturday December 3rd  Totem Pole Garden SE 42nd Pl &, 334th Pl SE, Fall City

Join Fall City and light up the town!

Christmas in Carnation Tree Lighting Afterhours Party

6 PM Saturday, December 3rd, 4597 Tolt Ave, Carnation

Join Miller’s for their Christmas in Carnation Tree Lighting after-hours party!! Enjoy the Carnation Chamber’s schedule of events at Tolt Commons from 3:00 to 6:00, then pop over to Miller’s for an old-school holiday celebration. Catch up with neighbors and meet new friends at this happy hour-style event. Vintage holiday tunes (and a possible singalong) will be provided by the incomparable Marty Jourard, founding member of 80’s pop royalty, The Motels!!

Saturday, December 3rd – 6:00 to 8:00
All ages – No cover
Complimentary hot cocoa & coffee
Available for purchase:
Craft beer / select wines / wassail
Nonalcoholic beverages
Mosaic Catering’s Famous Tomato Soup
Homemade desserts

Rock ‘N Roll Christmas Show at Remlinger Farms

4 PM – 8 PM Sunday, December 4th, 32610 NE 32nd Street, Carnation

The Rock ‘n Roll Christmas Show is our way of celebrating the fantastic holiday music of the 1960s as well as continuing to showcase the classic hits from the 60s and 70’s in our Girl Group-inspired band.

This year we are partnering with Remlinger Farms in Carnation to host our event at their restaurant and a new brewery, and we are putting on a show the whole family can enjoy!

Your ticket purchase is your admission to the event. Doors open at 4 pm and we will have lots of fun things to do before the music starts:

– Grab a bite to eat at Remlinger’s Restaurant

– Enjoy a fresh beer on tap or a delicious glass of Remlinger wine

– Enjoy Remlinger’s delicious hot chocolate

– Let the kids play in Remlinger’s open play area or build Legos at their Lego station

– Join us and get dressed up for the big event – you know us; we’ll likely be in sequins or velvet!

The estimated time of our performance is 6 pm

Also, Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the venue.

Ticket prices vary from General Admission to Kids 12 and under. Little Ones 2 and under are free!

Also, save the date to pick up your Christmas tree at Remlinger’s! Tree purchases will be available on the same day as our event!

Tickets can be purchased here.

Fall City Festival of Lights

5 PM – 9 PM 33429 SE Redmond-Fall City Road Fall City

Benefitting Live Gray’s Way (All proceeds go toward finding a cure for pediatric brain cancer & helping families in the fight), A nonprofit raising money for pediatric brain cancer research and helping families in the fight. We are selling ornaments for the trees in the totem garden until Nov 24th. Honoring Grayson Stumpf, who passed at the age of 12 from brain cancer. 6-25-2021 

Santa and his Elves will be visiting! And stop at the Santa Inflatable for photos.

  • Activities: Face Painting, Balloon Artist & Ornament Making.
  • Carolers 5:30-6:30
  • Food Trucks; Beer & Wine Garden; Cocoa & Coffee
  • Live Gray’s Merchandise, Ornaments & Silent Auction

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