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Wednesday, June 25

• Open mic at Isadora’s Books and Cafe, 8062 Railroad Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie, from 7 to 10 p.m. Now serving wine and beer. Call (425) 888-1345 for information.

Friday, June 27

• Groove House plays at the Raging River Cafe and Club, 33723 Redmond-Fall City Road, Fall City. For information, call (425) 222-6669 or visit

Saturday, June 28

• Free Rain plays at the Raging River Cafe and Club, 33723 Redmond-Fall City Road, Fall City. For information, call (425) 222-6669 or visit


Thursday, June 26

• Teen Writing Workshop, 2 p.m. at the North Bend Library, 115 E. Fourth St., North Bend; (425) 888-0554. Learn how to create characters, build a plot and tell a story in this workshop hosted by fantasy author Louise Marley.


Friday, June 27

• Blood drive by the Puget Sound Blood Center, noon to 6 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Sorrows church, 39025 S.E. Alpha, Snoqualmie, in the bus parking lot. There will be a lunch break from 2 to 3 p.m. For information visit, or call 1 (800) 398-7888.

Saturday, June 28

• Snoqualmie Valley “DY-NO-MITES” spaghetti dinner is 4 to 7 p.m. at the North Bend Moose Hall. Cost is $8 for adults, $5 for children.

• “Taste of the Farm” with an evening of wine sampling. 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Remlinger Farms, located at 32610 N.E. 32nd Street, Carnation.

Sunday, June 29

• Celebrity clown JP Patches visits the Strawberry Festival at Remlinger Farms, located at 32610 N.E. 32nd Street, Carnation.

Monday, June 30

• “Organic and Sustainable Foods,” presented by Nutrition Education Manager Goldie Caughlan, 7 p.m. at the Fall City Library, 33415 S.E. 42nd Place; (425) 222-5951. Learn about farmers who are using more sustainable methods for growing food, and details about important nutrition research.

Friday, July 12 to Saturday, July 13

• Snoqualmie Valley Relay for Life at Centennial Fields at Snoqualmie.

Sunday, July 27

• Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s “Tour de Peaks” bicycle race is scheduled to be held July 27 on the roads around the Valley.


Finaghty’s Irish Pub & Restaurant

7726 Center Blvd. SE, Suite 110 located Snoqualmie Ridge

(425) 888-8833

Live music happens from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. on Thursdays.

on June 21. Visit their Web site at

Raging River Cafe & Club in Fall City

33723 Redmond-Fall City Road, Fall City

May 30 — The Machine

May 31 — Panama

June 6 — Peggy Sue & The Wrecking Crew

June 7 — Big Dog Revue

June 13 — Ricky Venture Revue

June 14 — Randy Oxford Band

June 20 — Shadrack

June 21 — Becki Sue & Her Big Rockin’ Daddies

June 27 — Groove House

June 28 — Free Rain

For information, call (425) 222-6669 or visit for complete band details.

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