Get Plugged in: Fall City Community Information Event happens this weekend

The Fall City Community Association and the Fall City Library will host a FREE community engagement and informational event on Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 11AM – 2PM.

All Fall City residents are invited to attend the event taking place at the Fall City Library. It’s a great chance for residents to find out about the many clubs, organizations, interest groups and community services available to them.

Local and Global Outreach Director for Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Emily Ridout said because Fall City is located in unincorporated King County, sometimes it’s hard for residents to know how to get plugged in, know what services are available.

She added, “It’s pretty amazing how much this small town gets done without the support of a City presence. I am so excited to see the community come together to offer an event like this. ”

Light snacks will be provided at the event courtesy of the Fall City Roadhouse – and fun and games will be happening at the community booths.  All ages are welcome!

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  • On behalf of Snoqualmie Valley Relay For Life, we were thrilled to be a part of Fall City Community Information Event. Loved the location, all the informative booths and of course the Mac & Cheese from the Roadhouse (thank you Rob). We hope to be included in the next event.
    Be watching as we will be celebrating at Fall City Day in the parade & with a couple of booths.
    Tracy Osiadacz (Fall City Resident for 56 yrs)

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