Flyer for the Kiddie Parade. Image courtesy of Encompass.

Flyer for the Kiddie Parade. Image courtesy of Encompass.

Encompass to bring back Kiddie Parade at Snoqualmie Railroad Days

Children’s therapy group Encompass will host the parade, which is open for any to join.

  • Wednesday, July 11, 2018 9:42am
  • Life

Encompass is bringing back their Kiddie Parade at this year’s Snoqualmie Railroad Days on Saturday, August 18th.

Families are encouraged to decorate their bikes and dress up their pets to join the parade. Encompass will be leading the Kiddie Parade with their Encompass mobile therapy van.

Those interested in participating will meet in the parking lot of the laundromat at the corner of SE Newton and 202 at 11:00 am

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