Snoqualmie Railroad Days Returns

The 82nd Snoqualmie Railroad Days festival returns on August 28-29, 2021. This year the Grand Parade returns live and in-person on Saturday, August 28th at 11 am. The fun continues with: Steam … [Read more...]

Governor Inslee Announces the Return of the Indoor Mask Mandate and Covid Vaccine Requirement for all Educators and School Staff

On August 18th, Governor Inslee announced a vaccine mandate for ALL Washington State public, private educators and school staff at a press conference. These educators must be fully vaccinated by October 18th. … [Read more...]

Boeing Jet Flyover to Kick-Off Boeing Classic Tournament

To signal the start of the Boeing Classic PGA Champions Tournament, a Boeing jetliner will fly over the 18th green of The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge golf course on Friday, August 20 at approximately 11 … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Donates over $650,000 in Charitable Donations

On Friday, August 6th, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe sent out checks exceeding $650,000 to nonprofit organizations around the state of Washington. The need was great this year shown by the unprecedented number of … [Read more...]

Last Two Rock Blasting Scheduled on I-90 this Week

The Washington State Department of Transportation and construction crews are scheduled to conduct rock blast on Wednesday night, Aug. 18 and Thursday night, Aug. 19. For the safety of the traveling … [Read more...]

Torguson Skatepark Grand Opening Celebration Saturday, August 21st

The skatepark renovation project at Torguson Park in North Bend is complete! This project nearly doubled the footprint of the facility to a 13,000 square foot concrete skate park with exciting elements for all … [Read more...]

Delta Variant Drives a Dramatic Spike in Cases, Further Exhausting Hospital Capacity Across the State

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are accelerating across the state of Washington, demonstrating the delta variant’s potential to unravel our hard-fought progress toward recovery. Unvaccinated … [Read more...]

High Temperatures and Dry Conditions Prompt King County Fire Marshal to Issue Stage 2 Burn Ban Prohibiting Outdoor Recreational Fires

The Stage 2 burn ban goes into effect immediately for King County, which was already in a Stage 1 burn ban. King County’s ban is in coordination with the King County Fire Chiefs Association and Fire … [Read more...]

New Outdoor Recreation Guidelines Emphasize the Importance of Preparation, Inclusivity, AND Shared Stewardship

Part of a national movement, the Washington Recreate Responsibly Coalition encourages best practices that keep people and places safe and welcoming. Today, the Recreate Responsibly Coalition released updated … [Read more...]

Hunting Bigfoot, the Movie, from a Locals Perspective

[Guest Post by Snoqualmie Resident Susan Burk] When I was asked to attend the premiere of the movie Hunting Bigfoot, a film by local Taylor Guterson, I didn’t hesitate. I hadn’t been to a theater … [Read more...]

Excessive Heat Forecast: Cooling Locations in the Area, North Bend Garbage Collection & Farmer’s Market Update

Weather forecasters are predicting more hot weather for our region, with North Bend area temperatures expected to hover in the low to upper 90s for Wednesday, August 11, through Saturday, August 14. With … [Read more...]

Music in the Park Returns this August

Spend Thursday Nights in Snoqualmie under the Stars Bring a blanket or low-back chair and cozy up under the stars as Summer Music in the Park returns to Snoqualmie for two free shows in August! … [Read more...]

The Heat Returns to the Snoqualmie Valley After a Brief Respite

[Guest Post by North Bend resident Mark Davis] The weather has been great the last few days, hasn’t it? Mild temps with off and on showers. At the time of writing this, today, Sunday, I’ve recorded .43” of … [Read more...]

Transportation Challenges Due to Driver Shortage: Learn How You Can Help

Dear Families, It’s hard to believe the school year is right around the corner. We have back-to-school information on our website, and more details are coming in the weeks ahead. We’re excited to … [Read more...]

Hike and Help the WDFW Help Pikas

If you plan on hiking this summer, consider helping the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) collect data about pikas! Your observations could help biologists better monitor pika populations, which … [Read more...]

Day Out with Thomas™ is Returning to the Northwest Railway Museum

All aboard! The Northwest Railway Museum is excited to announce an additional weekend of Day Out With Thomas fun this September! Day Out With Thomas, featuring Thomas the Tank Engine, returns to Snoqualmie on … [Read more...]

The Empower Youth Network’s Youth Success! Mentoring (YSM) program

Our local students need YOU! Can you sacrifice an hour a week to be a mentor? What is a mentor? A mentor is a trusted advisor who guides a less experienced person by building trust and modeling positive … [Read more...]

“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...]