Community Events

Does your Snoqualmie Valley organization have an event notice to share?  Email it to info@livingsnoqualmie.com to have it posted here.

 

**NORTH BEND FARMERS MARKET**

Vendor openings for the market running June 13th–September 12th at Si View Park

Currently accepting vendor applications for the 2013 summer season. Enjoy the summer sounds with music in the park series. Live entertainment begins at 6pm each week. North Bend Farmers Market offers booth space for farmers, processors, prepared food vendors and artisans. Limited space is also available for local non-profit information and local business information only booths. We do not allow resellers or imported items. Booth spaces can be reserved on a week to week basis or for the full season.

For information visit: www.siviewpark.org/farmers-market or contact us at 425-831-1900.

 

** SNO-VALLEY INDOOR PLAYGROUND **

Sno-Valley Indoor Playground Open for 2012-12 School Year – Mon./Wed./Fri., 9:30-11:30AM

Located in the Si View Community Center gymnasium in North Bend.  The playground follows the school calendar, so if school is closed, so is the playground.  Run by volunteers.  For kids aged 0-5.  Suggested donation of $1 per child.  Parent help setting up and taking down the playground is greatly appreciated.

 

** SNOQUALMIE VALLEY YMCA **

Homeschool Family Social Time – Every Tuesday from 1-2PM

NEW! Free for all homeschool families in the community. Join other homeschool families for an hour of free play and social time at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA.

 

**  SI VIEW PARKS DISTRICT **

Youth Open Gym – Every Wednesday, 8:30-9:45PM

Every Wednesday evening, the gym is open for youth basketball.  Si View Gym is FREE with SVSD ID. During the school year, gym is open for high school students only Monday-Thursday 2:30-3:30pm, FREE with SVSD ID.

 

**WASHINGTON NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY**

Native Plant Sale & Celebration – May 11th, 10:00AM-4:00PM
HUGE sale of plants native to Washington (esp. the Puget Sound Trough), at Mercerdale Park
* wildflowers, ferns, grasses & sedges, groundcovers, shrubs, trees
* thousands of plants ready to go into yard and garden
* pre-planted pots for patio or deck
* plant propagation workshops
* kids’ activity table
* guided walks in the Mercerdale native plant gardens
* large selection of books on native plants, insects, etc.
A dozen organizations including Sustainable Redmond, Plant Amnesty, the Stillaquamish Tribe & National Wildlife Federation will have booths.  For more information visit: www.wnps.org
** King County Water and Land Resources **
Snoqualmie Watershed Forum – Wednesday, May 15th, 6:30 PM
At Preston Community Center, Preston, WA. Agenda items include: Cooperative Watershed Management Grant Submittals, Preliminary budget for 2014 and R-650 Farm, Flood Fish Update.  For more information, please contact Janne Kaje, Snoqualmie Watershed Coordinator, at (206) 205-8309 or toll free by first dialing 1-800-325-6165.
** SNOQUALMIE RIDGE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION **
Annual Snoqualmie Ridge Community-Wide Garage Sale, May 17th & 18th, 9AM -4PM
Large community garage sale – all of Snoqualmie Ridge allowed to participate.  Look for red balloons to find participating homes.  Friday and Saturday.
**  CITY OF SNOQUALMIE **
CPR / First Aid / AED Class- Saturday, May 18th, 9AM-4PM
The Heartsaver First Aid / CPR / AED is a classroom instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services arrive.  Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. This course also teaches adult CPR and use of AEDs  The class fee is $25, which includes a workbook, keychain/face shield, and a CPR card good for two years.  To register, please contact Liz Luizzo at 425-888-1551 or lluizzo@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

**  SI VIEW PARKS DISTRICT **

All Comers Track Meet – Sunday, May 19th, 2 – 4:30PM

At Mount Si High School.  Kids, parents, and family members are invited to attend our meets presented by the Junior Wildcat Track Club. Each participant is allowed to enter up to 5 overall events. Running events include 25 meter sprint to 1600 meter run, field events with long jump, turbo javelin, and many more. These meets lead in to our track season in the late spring/ summer and provide a chance for families to enjoy a healthy dose of outdoor fitness activities together.