Place to play: Volunteers needed for Snoqualmie Valley Indoor Playground

With the impending gloom and damp of fall, parents of toddlers everywhere are getting in their park time while it’s still dry and sunny. For those ‘in the know’, though, there is a dryer place to play.

The Sno-Valley Indoor Playground is open from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, during the school year.

Located in the gym of the Si View Community Center, the Indoor Playground is convenient to the activities that the Community Center has to offer. It is open to all children, up to age 5, and is volunteer-run. Donations are requested at a $1 per child and parents are strongly encouraged to help volunteer.

There is a baby zone with age and development appropriate toys, a tumble zone with extra thick tumbling mats and balance beams, a foam block building zone full of large soft building blocks and a fast zone filled with trikes and bikes and wagons. Families are encouraged to come, play and check it out. Volunteers are needed, so if you are interested in finding out more about volunteering, or have questions about the Indoor Playground, send an email to

You can also learn more at the website,

The Indoor Playground will be closed if school is closed or delayed.


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