Something for Everyone in the Snoqualmie Valley: Let the Festivities Begin!

This is it! The holiday celebrations have begun, and there is again no shortage of ways to get your Ho Ho Ho on.

Check out our events calendar for all things jingly, and please send an email to storyideas@livingsnoqualmie.com if you have an event you would like to have included in a future article. Look for a new edition on December 2nd!

Holiday Bazaar

10 am – 4 pm Saturday, November 19th Snoqualmie Valley Youth Activity Center 1450 Boalch Ave NE, North Bend.

Event brought to you by Girl Scout Troops 45995 & 42902. Handcrafted items, unique gift items, jewelry, baked goods, raffles and more!

Free admission and all purchases benefit local Girl Scouts.

Senior Thanksgiving Dinner

2 pm Sunday, November 20th, Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church 39025 SE Alpha Street Snoqualmie.

All community members 60+ years are invited to their annual Thanksgiving Dinner.

Their Faith Formation Group sponsors the event. This is a wonderful opportunity for the community and seniors to enjoy each other’s company.

Valley Center Stage Presents the Thanksgiving Play

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm Saturday, November 26th Valley Center Stage / Sallal Grange 1060 Stilson Ave SE, North Bend.

Written by Larissa FastHorse

Directed by Robin Walbeck-Forrest

Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in this wickedly funny satire about teaching artists who try to create a pageant that celebrates Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.

Online ticket sales close two hours before the doors open.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
The show starts at 7:30 pm.

Salish Lodge & Spa Annual Holiday Tree Lighting

5 pm – 7 pm Sunday, November 27th, 6501 Railroad Ave. Snoqualmie.

Join Salish Lodge & Spa, Encompass, and the Snoqualmie Community for the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting! Enjoy hot cocoa, holiday treats, children’s activities, and of course, meet Santa!

A portion of proceeds from sales in The Country Store and a special Encompass Cocktail will be donated to Encompass Northwest.

Vintage Barista’s Snowman Showdown Paint Party

5 pm – 7 pm Thursday, December 1st, 202 West North Bend Way, North Bend.

Painting Party! So, gather up your friends and let’s paint together. Includes all supplies and step-by-step instructions. No experience is needed; all are pre-traced. Leave with your finished 11X14, 16X20 canvas or 18″ wood sled.

All Ages Welcome

Host: Crave4Art
Phone: (360) 602-1900
email: info@crave4art.com

CANCELLATION POLICY: No refunds. A minimum of 24-hour notice is required to reschedule into another event.

Pre-register now so they can provide enough supplies on-site.

Holiday Grinch Parade

530 pm- 8 pm Friday, December 2nd (see parade map for route)

This tradition started in 2016 when a local Snoqualmie Valley real estate company, Frost Home Team, wanted to put on a private Grinch movie experience for their clients and the community. Doing something around the holidays seemed like the perfect fit. 

Since that first year, the family-friendly Grinch event has evolved and grown in popularity. In 2020 they were hoping to celebrate their 5th year memorably, but Covid had other plans and forced them to get creative and pivot to an event respecting the current times.

They decided to bring Whoville and the Grinch to the community through a parade! It is a surefire way of spreading some holiday cheer. As the floats roll by, they will be playing music, making it snow, handing out goody bags, and hopefully bringing smiles to the faces of kids and adults alike… And there will be a special Santa appearance!! The parade was such a hit that they decided to continue to carry on this annual tradition for the 3rd year.

There will be two photo opportunities in Forster Woods and Si View neighborhoods, along with free hot cocoa and apple cider served by the Vintage Baristas. For details about the event, please visit the Frost Home Team Facebook page—www.Facebook.com/FrostHomeTeam.

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