Downtown Snoqualmie is becoming a showcase for the arts. Above, Lanice Gillard, Kay Boyle and Laurie Hauglie admire quilts hung in the Hauglie Insurance office in downtown Snoqualmie during the May 31 Art Walk.
The Snoqualmie Arts Commission holds its next Art Walk, "Finally Friday," 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 28, in downtown Snoqualmie.
More than 95 artists will take part. Mount Si Artist Guild works will be up for display and sale. There will be art demos, live music and performances, and refreshment.
Future art walks are planned on July 26. A new Snoqualmie Arts Market is also in the works, opening July 26 at Railroad Park.
Above, Arts Guild member Pam Whittington and several children examine photographer Mary Miller’s ‘peace sign’ image, part of her Heart of the Valley photo session. The children are counting how many dogs appear in the photo.
Below, the “Down the Road” Bluegrass Trio plays outside of Simply Anne Boutique, which arts booster Sally Rackets filled with artwork.