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. Snoqualmie Days (formerly known as Snoqualmie Railroad Days) is the annual celebration of Snoqualmie and the Snoqualmie Valley, its people, and its culture!

The festival began in 1939 to raise funds for Snoqualmie’s first fire engine. Since then, it has grown into a full-blown festival with events and activities for the whole family.

So, you are invited to visit and enjoy the beautiful views of Mount Si and the Snoqualmie River while enjoying many different activities in the historic downtown area of the city of Snoqualmie. Find out more at:

Friday, August 19 –

  • Historic Snoqualmie Music Crawl, Downtown Snoqualmie, 6 pm-11 pm

Saturday, August 20 –

  • Snoqualmie Fire Department Pancake Breakfast, Snoqualmie Fire Station, 7 am-11 am
  • 5K Run, Downtown Snoqualmie, 8:30am – 9:45am
  • Plein Air Paint Out, Downtown Snoqualmie, 9 am-3 pm
  • History Comes Alive, Railroad Park Gazebo, 9 am-4 pm
  • Vendor Row, Railroad Ave., 9 am-7 pm
  • UNW Model Railroad Show, City Hall, 9 am-4 pm
  • Dan the LEGO Man, LEGO Show and Activities, Snoqualmie Depot, 9 am-5 pm
  • Operation Lifesaver, Snoqualmie Depot Back Lawn, 9 am-5 pm
  • Encompass Kids Field of Fun, Snoqualmie Depot Back Lawn, 10 am-4 pm
  • Grand Parade, Railroad Ave., 11 am-~12pm
  • Train Rides, Snoqualmie Depot, 11 am | 1 pm | 3 pm
  • Main Stage, Sandy Cover Park, 12:15-10 pm
  • Timbersports Shows, Sandy Cove Park, 1-2 pm | 3-4 pm
2012 Railroad Days Grand Parade crowds in downtown Snoqualmie

About the Northwest Railway Museum

Founded in 1957, the Northwest Railway Museum is the largest railway museum in Washington State. Popular family programs include Santa Train®, Day Out With Thomas™, Halloween Storytelling Train, Toddler Train Storytimes and Snoqualmie Days.

The Museum operates heritage railway excursions through the Upper Snoqualmie Valley and interpretive exhibits that illustrate the railway’s role in the settlement and development of the region. Its collection includes over 70 examples of locomotives, passenger and freight cars, and specialized railway equipment.

The Northwest Railway Museum’s most recognized landmark is the 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, the oldest continuously operated train station in Washington State. For more information, visit: or call 425.888.3030

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