Slideshow | Family fun at Snoqualmie Ridge's Independence Day Celebration
July 5, 2012 · 4:24 PM
They pedaled, rolled, walked on two or four legs, pogo'ed or jump-kicked their way down Center Boulevard under shining summer skies, their friends, parents, families and neighbors watching from the sidelines.
The annual Independence Day Celebration, held Wednesday, July 4, on Snoqualmie Ridge helped the mostly young participants get into a holiday spirit, beginning with the children's and pet parade led by Mayor Matt Larson and family, followed by free children's activities like pony rides, a petting zoo, pilotable 'robot' rides and a teen alley at Community Park.
"This is our biggest outreach to the community," said Stacy Caiarelli Brown, events manager for the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners' Association, organizers of the event.
All proceeds from the ROA Fourth of July event are donated to the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank in North Bend.
Learn more about ROA at http://www.ridgeroa.com/