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Toys, clothes and books streamed out of the Snoqualmie Valley One VOICE event last week, as gifts and supplies for area families in need. Donations of the same were coming back in almost as fast, along with pizzas and other donations to feed the army of volunteers who helped to put on the fourth annual event.
Start a new tradition with Holiday Tea, served at the Dining Room restaurant at the Salish Lodge and Spa at Snoqualmie Falls. Along with a menu of house-made treats, tea is served from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 and 21, and every day, Dec. 26 to 30.
Sallal Grange’s next contra dance is 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 19. The evening starts with a gluten-free, vegetarian soup dinner followed by a dance lesson at 7:30 p.m. Dancing begins at 8. The lesson will feature the basic contra dance patterns and will have newcomers ready to dance. Laurie Anders, David Kaynor and Tony Mates play music, with Kaynor and Mates taking turns calling the dances.
New members are needed for the Mount Si Fish and Game Club, established in the Snoqualmie Valley since 1949. Some of the club’s annual events are the Kid’s Trout Derby, a steelhead dinner and a scholarship award.
The Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan, which covers a landscape that sees more than 800,000 outdoor enthusiast visits each year, is now open for public comment. Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) released the plan for State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review and the public is invited to submit comments until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19.