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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964: A difficult task would be faced this week by anyone trying to convince a few Snoqualmie residents that the days of the Wild West are over. Those people living near Snoqualmie Grade School, contemplating the fall grandeur from their windows Sunday, saw a sight that could not be more authentic.
Community Events, October 2014
Explore local history and walk the lush fields and forests of Meadowbrook Farm, 460 acres of open, scenic space between Snoqualmie and North Bend, when you join guide Dave Battey for guided walks, talks and tours this fall.
Thursday, Oct. 15, 1964: Mount Si High School is now officially classified as a Class AA school, Superintendent Gordon McIntyre told the school board. The population rose from 575 last year to 611 on October 1, the date the classification is made. Class AA schools are 600 students or bigger.
Fall City Historical Society explores the history, memories and artifacts of the community’s past, preserving it for future generations. This mission involves a number of community activities. Volunteers conduct an annual Fall City Cemetery tour for elementary students. Each year, a teacher at Fall City Elementary runs a local history unit for second graders. At the end of the unit, teachers bring students to the cemetery, showing them the gravestones of the Fall City pioneers and the original tribal residents.
Design your dream garden with help from a master gardener, 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 at the North Bend Library. In “Garden Design. Fundamentals and Fun,” Kirsten Lints of Gardens ALIVE Design will focus on the basic steps of landscape design, followed by dreamy design ideas and a few disasters. Bring your own dilemmas, photos and sketch paper to work on a small area of your landscape.