Arts and Entertainment

Find Fourth fun on Snoqualmie Ridge with parade, family activities

Games, music, and a parade are all part of the festivities the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners' Association (ROA) has lined up for this year's Independence Day Celebration.

"This is our biggest outreach to the community," said Stacy Caiarelli Brown, events manager for the ROA, adding that everyone is welcome, from the Valley and beyond. "We partner with the city of Snoqualmie, to bring the event to the community at large."

The fun starts at 10:30 a.m., with a neighborhood parade of kids on their bikes and trikes, vintage trucks, and more. Following the parade, the celebration moves to Community Park, 35016 S.E. Ridge Street, where families can enjoy bouncy toys, a circus train, petting zoo, pony rides, a Teen Alley featuring activities for the older kids, live music by local bands, and assorted concessions.

All proceeds from the ROA Fourth of July event are donated to the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank in North Bend.

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