Snoqualmie band LocoMotive is prepping for its premiere Seattle show with the Americana, Seattle-based band Massy Ferguson at the Triple Door on Saturday, April 25. Graduating from low-key pubs to acclaimed music venues is a praise-worthy feat for any band, but when its members are still in middle school and most of their peers are heading to soccer or baseball tournaments, it’s practically legendary.
Two Valley residents, Chris Bunker, and Wynter Rhys, have taken entirely different paths to get to the same place. Each of them has the honor of being selected for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY), this weekend in Seattle, and each with a first-time film. Both of them say they want to make movies in their futures, and both have something to say, right now, in their films.
Things are nearly back to normal in North Bend, since the April 25, 2014, explosion in the city. The debris has long ago been cleaned up, businesses have repaired and reopened, ditto for homes, and insurance claims have funded many of the repairs.
A photo series of the Mount Si High School National Honors Society volunteering on Friday, April 17.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce’s monthly After Hours event will be at the Snoqualmie Brewery and Taproom this month.
Area drivers assemble 74-truck procession Saturday in honor of Dennis Todd.
Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie is offering a $2 per ticket discount to Snoqualmie Valley residents who purchase tickets now for Day Out with Thomas.
Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
At the Monday, April 13 meeting, the Snoqualmie City Council unanimously voted to renew a six-month moratorium on the acceptance and processing of applications for marijuana producers, processors, retailers, dispensaries and collective gardens.
Snoqualmie’s Theatre Black Dog presents “The Laramie Project – 10 Years Later.” The play includes the original cast and crew from the 2014 presentation.
Two Duvall families lost beloved animals, plus the next few months worth of feed, supplies and shelter in a barn fire Monday, April 13.
Cedarcrest High School hosts its annual spring plant sale for two upcoming weekends.
North Bend’s Les Schwab was among the businesses affected by last year’s explosion, and thanks the North Bend community for its support this past year.
I’m still reeling from Jim Reitz’s Rattlesnake Lake cover photo last week, which is what I love about the Valley – there’s so much to see here.
In honor of Earth Day, April 22, the city of Snoqualmie and Waste Management held their first annual Snoqualmie student art contest; winners will be announced today at City Hall from 4 to 7 p.m.
Theatre Black Dog will showcase the music of Jeremy Bursich, playing his third independent release, “America,” in a free concert, starting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23.
All are welcome to attend a $5 suggested donation, spaghetti dinner and PTSA membership meeting at Two Rivers School on Wednesday, April 22, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Property owners in King County have until Thursday, April 30 to pay the first half of their 2015 property taxes. After April 30, interest charges and penalties will be added to the tax bill.
The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter will remain open at the Snoqualmie United Methodist Church through Thursday, April 30.
Comedian and musician Richard Stockton examines how baby boomers are redefining getting old in “Planet of the Boomers,” coming to Valley Center Stage.