Wine lovers will have the opportunity to sip, sup and savor the best in Washington vintages and victuals when Washington Wine Tours presents a moveable feast aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad’s first-ever Wine Train from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15.
Bella Vita Salon & Spa owners Angie Riley and Marie Everett cut the ribbon at their new Snoqualmie location on March 12. The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce helped welcome the salon to its new location.
Tove Titus, owner of the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Parlor (formerly known as the North Bend Pet Salon), cuts the ribbon held by Judy Boyce and Kim Hubner, Chamber of Commerce ambassadors, during the grand opening of the store on April 9. Titus moved the business to the Snoqualmie location at 8103 Falls Ave. S.E. after running the store in North Bend.