North Bend woman opens Rosie’s Salon on North Bend Way

  • Friday, December 16, 2016 12:51pm
  • Business

Rosie Haddadi, an Armenian-born North Bend woman, has opened Rosie’s Salon at 226 E. North Bend Way.

Haddadi grew up in Tehran, where at age 18, she began to learn to cut and style hair. She wanted to move to America to continue her education. She got married at age 20 and after several years, the family was able to get visas to Austria where they lived in camps for several months before their immigration to the U.S. was approved. They moved to an existing Armenian migrant community in Los Angeles and later to Bellevue.

Haddadi earned her cosmetology license and the family moved to Snoqualmie Ridge in 2006. She worked for several years at Hair Masters in North Bend, but had wanted to open her own shop for a long time, she said. She credits several people with encouraging her, including her former boss, Debbie Bass.

For more information on Rosie’s Salon, call (425) 292-3963.

More in Business

Snoqualmie Casino staff members (from left) Trevor House, Linda Yem, Sophorn Seng, Ross Garmon and Jan Wu surround a gaming table in the new private gaming room at Snoqualmie Casino. Photo courtesy of Tarah Smigun
Snoqualmie Casino gets private gaming room

The addition is the final casino upgrade of 2018.

The winter real estate market

An uptick in transactional activity over past few weeks.

Snoqualmie Council approves Salish expansion project master plan application

The Salish Lodge and Spa Expansion project has passed another milestone on the path to construction.

Veteran’s, Josh Harris and Asa Palagi start security company in early 2018 called Cascadia Global Security. Photo courtesy of CGS.
Two veterans launch private security company

Asa Palagi and Josh Harris start Cascadia Global Security to provide personalized security

Back Alley Brew shuts down

The drive-thru espresso stand was closed after a permitting dispute with the county.

Housing market showing balance

Good news for buyers

Former Tully’s locations spring back to life

Following the coffee chain’s collapse earlier this year, other Eastside businesses are moving in.

Office space is still tight on the Eastside

That hasn’t stopped Google and Facebook from looking to expand.

Mike Seal, left, and his son Ryan are owners of the Sigillo Cellars winery which is hoping to build a new production facility in downtown Snoqualmie. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo
Snoqualmie winery expansion on hold pending height limit vote

A proposed land sale would let Sigillo Cellars expand production to a now vacant lot in the city.

Coughlin steps in as new SnoValley Chamber director

Kelly Coughlin brings experience working at the Mt. Si Food Bank to new role.

Pineapple Life yoga studio opens with weekend celebration at Community Park

The studio features Himalayan rock salt bricks around the building and most prominently in the main yoga room.

After 28 years in Sammamish, Carousel Gift Shop has moved to historic downtown Snoqualmie.

Snoqualmie welcomes new downtown business Carousel Gift Shop