Snoqualmie Valley Neighborhoods to Host a Little Free Library Scavenger Hunt Saturday March 5th

[Guest post by Bree May]

In honor of the National Day of Unplugging, Snoqualmie Valley neighborhood homes will be hosting an annual Little Free Library (LFL) Scavenger Hunt.

By visiting select locations throughout North Bend and Snoqualmie, participants will be able to pick up clues, check out Little Free Libraries across the region and enter to win fun prizes.

It’s a great way to unplug from electronics and get outside!

Participation is FREE. Join them for the scavenger hunt on March 5th from 10 AM and 2 PM, or pre-register for instructions ahead of the event day.

Come out and see Unplug Collaborative and Little Free Libraries come together for this fun-filled “unplugged” day!

EVENT: March 5th, 10 AM-2 PM

*No pre-registration is necessary. Simply stop at the 1st clue destination at 145 E 3rd Street, North Bend WA 98045 for a map and instructions.

Clues will be up throughout the day; the hunt takes 1-2 hours.

To learn more or to pre-register for the event, please contact: or text at 412-398-4948 & a special thanks to The Swirl for providing support and treats on the hunt this year!

Unplug Collaborative (Kim Cavallo, executive director; Claudia Erickson, director of partnerships) is a nonprofit organization that supports educators, leaders, and organizers who want to see their communities elevate human connection over digital engagement. Visit

Free Little Library (Todd Bol, Founder; Monnie McMahon, Board Chair) is a nonprofit organization that promotes neighborhood book exchanges, usually in the form of a public bookcase. More than 90,000 public book exchanges are registered with the organization and branded as Little Free Libraries. Visit

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