Winter Thunders into the North Bend Theatre on Sunday

The North Bend Theatre presents the edge-of-your-seat documentary thriller Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche for one night only, Sunday, October 2. A gripping account of one of the deadliest … [Read more...]

From Hollywood with Love: Celebrate Movies on September 3rd with $3 Tickets

The North Bend Theatre joins other U.S. cinemas in celebrating the inaugural National Cinema Day on Saturday, September 3. For one day only, all movie tickets will be just $3. This newly-launched … [Read more...]

Captain George Warren Gove – Puget Sound Steamboat and Snoqualmie Hop Ranch Pioneer

Guest Post by Dave Battey The namesake for Gove Street on Snoqualmie Ridge had quite a varied career even before moving to our Valley. Captain Gove Comes Around the Horn to the West Coast Cap … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie United Methodist Church Welcomes New Pastor

[Guest Post by Carol Morrison] SUMC congregants recently bid fond goodbyes to Pastor Lee Carney Hartman, who pastored Snoqualmie United Methodist Church for eight years, and are pleased to welcome Pastor … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Local North Bend Film Festival Reviews

[Guest Post by Snoqualmie Resident Susan Burk] After no event in 2020 and a hybrid event in 2021, 2022 saw the return of an entirely in-person North Bend Film Festival (NBFF). Featuring a full line-up of … [Read more...]

Summer Freedom Forever: Snoqualmie Valley Transportation joins Metro in announcing free travel for youth, year-round

Guest Post by Snoqualmie Valley Transportation Free transportation for youth is already available throughout summers in the Snoqualmie Valley, but starting Sept. 1, it will be here, and on all King County … [Read more...]

Dave Lake, Long-time Snoqualmie Valley Resident, is Turning 100 on Saturday, August 27th!

[Guest post by Cristy Lake] Born in rural east Texas in 1922, Dave joined the Navy just prior to US involvement in WWII. In January 1946, he first came to the Snoqualmie Valley to attend the wedding of a … [Read more...]

Business Comings: Valley residents Bring Mobile Dog Gym to the Community

Seth Goldberg & Nicole Sesar are avid hikers and dog owners who moved to the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley in 2017 to be closer to nature. The couple met through a friend nine years ago and … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Days Festival Provides A Ton Of Fun

Snoqualmie Days Festival Comes Alive on Friday evening, August 19 and ALL day on Saturday, August 20! Join the fun as the Snoqualmie Days festival returns in all of its full-blown fun this year. … [Read more...]

Letter | Vote Yes for the Si View Metropolitan Parks District Aquatic Center

[Letter by Chris Lodahl– North Bend, WA. Views expressed are those of the author, not the Living Snoqualmie website. You may submit letters of support for your candidate or issue … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets: Leadership 101-Building a Bond with your Dog   

Are you a good leader to your dog? Does your dog know you have their back? Recently I was bit by a Pug! I’ve had large dogs with serious behavioral issues in my house and managed not to be bitten by … [Read more...]

Were there Really Bodies in the Fall City Bridge? And Now for the Rest of the Story…

[Guest post by Cristy Lake] Did you know there had been rumors circulating for decades that the cremated remains of a local schoolteacher’s wife and son were in the Fall City Bridge? Everyone had heard the … [Read more...]

Loss of a Giant: Former Mayor of North Bend Fritz Ribary Passes Away

Update Memorial Service Information: Memorial will be on June 4th at 2 pm at Mt Si High School gym. The public is welcome. You may have first met Fritz Ribary as your pizza delivery man, through a Chamber of … [Read more...]

Honoring Our Valley History: Kinsey Street on the Ridge

In his second installment of Honoring Our Valley History, Local Historian Dave Battey shares the connection of history to the street names that honor individuals and remind us of families that have been … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley Pets: Six Boredom Busters for your Dog

Guest Post by Andrea Logan Is your dog still hyper after a long walk or game of fetch? Are you stretched for time? Instead of adding more physical exercise to your dog’s routine, add a few brain games to … [Read more...]

Chief Kanim Middle School Music Boosters hosts Spring Music Showcase and Silent Auction

Back by popular demand, Chief Kanim Middle School (CKMS) Music Boosters is proud to present the 2022 Spring Music Showcase and Silent Auction: Friday, May 13, 2022 6 PM – 9 … [Read more...]

James Whitfield, Co-Founder of Be Culture, to headline Encompass Inspire Breakfast 

Encompass will return to hosting its annual Inspire Breakfast in person on Tuesday, April 26 from 7:30-9:00 am at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge.  Inspire is an … [Read more...]

Wildcat Jazz Celebration at the North Bend Theatre

Guest Post by Linda Grez for the Mount Si Band & Orchestra Boosters The community is invited to the free Wildcat Jazz Celebration, featuring all 3 Mount Si High School Jazz bands as well as Twin Falls … [Read more...]

European Cherry Blossoms Announce Spring

Guest post by Snoqualmie Valley Historian -David S. Battey As a tree freak, I get pretty excited over the stunning spring blooms flooding the Northwest right now.  Most are cherry blossoms not planted … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie Valley History: Fisher Avenue on Snoqualmie Ridge

Local Historian Dave Battey shares the connection of history to the street names that honor individuals and remind us of families that have been important in Snoqualmie history.   Fisher … [Read more...]