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Holiday market begins in Fall City

The Fall City Arts Holiday Market is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Chief Kanim Middle School Commons, 32627 S.E. Redmond-Fall City Road.

Now in its ninth year, the annual market will offer many handmade items for sale from talented crafters and artists throughout the community, such as framed prints, candles, dog goodies and exotic gifts. Shoppers can pick up fresh wreaths, swags, cedar garland, and live poinsettias for holiday decorating, and enter to win one of many unique raffle prizes. Or, they can bring a friend and enjoy a cup of coffee at the Snoqualmie Valley Girls Choir Coffee Bar Cafe, or find goodies at a Scout bake sale.

For more information, call Terri Divers at (425) 222-5040.

Drop-off sites set for holiday drive

Businesses in the Valley are acting as drop-off sites for a toy drive helping the Domestic Abuse Women’s Network of Puget Sound.

The gift program, bring conducted by the North American Self-Defense Association, helps children and teenagers being assisted by the program.

KoKo Beans, Snoqualmie Athletic Club and DMW Martial Arts of Snoqualmie, Rattlesnake Lake Cycles and Umibushi Self-Defense Academy of North Bend are local participants. Also taking part is Cuters Point Coffee of Covington and Pacific Coast Ford of Federal Way.

For more information, e-mail Jim Curtis at umibushi@yahoo.com, or call (206) 422-8143.

For more information about the Domestic Abuse Womens Network of Puget Sound, visit www.dawnonline.org.

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