Camlann Medieval Village in Carnation hosts "Village Days," noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. 28. This living-history museum project portrays rural England in the year 1376, offering people a chance to meet and talk with characters of the time, explore their crafts and learn about the day-to-day life of people in the 14th century.
In the hands of director Eric Ankrim (last seen starring in Village Original "The Tutor"), what we have on our hands is one of the most living, breathing Village productions in recent memory.
The second Snoqualmie Valley Block Party is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, on Snoqualmie Ridge. The day includes activities for adults and children are planned at Community Park on Snoqualmie Ridge.
Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation invites the community to a fall steak dinner with all the trimmings on Saturday, Sept. 28. These dinners are a Valley tradition, and an event for connecting with neighbors and meeting new friends.
Jazz ruled Saturday night in North Bend, during the third annual Jazz Walk, hosted by and for the Boxley's Music Fund. Eighteen venues played host to an evening celebrating jazz.
Camlann Medieval Village in Carnation hosts “Village Days,” noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. 28. This living-history museum project portrays rural England in the year 1376, offering people a chance to meet and talk with characters of the time, explore their crafts and learn about the day-to-day life of people in the 14th century.
Bikers, runners, children and adults will explore the Valley and have a blast downtown, when North Bend hosts the third annual Adventure Sport Festival and North Bend Traverse, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6. The day includes the North Bend Iron Horse Traverse, a multi-sport adventure race starting on Snoqualmie Pass and finishing at the Adventure Sport Festival.
The Art & Wine Walk is a celebration of art in downtown Duvall. Businesses stay open late and make room for artists to display works for the evening, 4 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6. This year features a special exhibit of works by local artist Mike Ball (1946-2014) celebrating his artistic presence in the community.
Haunt or help others haunt the Valley at the 2014 Night on a Dark Trail, now readying for open auditions. Performers, makeup artists, singers, crew and other volunteers are needed for the fourth annual production of Night on a Dark Trail, scheduled for 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25.
In celebration of its 10 years, and in preparation for another season, North Bend’s Valley Center Stage presents Judy Ann Moulton, singing the songs of Judy Garland in a special one-night performance, 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8 at Boxley’s Place, in downtown North Bend.
A new museum at Snoqualmie Falls opened to the public this summer. The exhibits are housed in the historic carpenter shop and Snoqualmie Falls depot, and chronicle the Charles H. Baker’s 1898-1899 development of the world’s first underground power station.
The North Bend Jazz Walk returns for its third year on Saturday, Sept. 13. Eighteen venues play host to an evening celebrating jazz.
The Snoqualmie Valley Girls’ Choir hosts a picnic meet-and-greet, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 19, at E.J. Roberts Park in North Bend. Julie Parsons, the new choir director, will be introduced to the community at the free event. Girls in grades 4 to 12, who are interested in singing with the choir for the 2014-15 season, are encouraged to attend with their families.
It’s an old story. The young man is leaving his homeland for America, to earn his fortune and return to his sweetheart. Promises are made: He’ll return some day.
The history of successful railroad construction and maintenance is peppered with fascinating machines. The Northwest Railway Museum has several examples in its collection and Railroad Days is an opportunity to see some of them demonstrated.
Carnation Tree Farm hosts a community concert and potluck dinner, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16. Enjoy live music and family-friendly festivities, while supporting local seniors.
A tradition was born, a dynasty rose, and a community came together in the thousands during the Festival at Mount Si, Aug. 8 to 10.
Charlie Kinnune’s gravelly voice rings out across Mount Si stadium. With a command here, a compliment there, a gentle ribbing for one elementary-age boy with his hands in his pockets, a fist-bump for a young girl doing well in drills, he’s bringing up a future generation of high school athletes.
Snoqualmie's annual Railroad Days starts Friday with food, fun and family activities. Check out the main events schedule, and find your favorite performers at one of three stages.
Visitors to Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days will see timber sports in action, as done by the pros.