Take a load off and ride the train this Labor Day. The Northwest Railway Museum will pay tribute to America’s workers with a special weekday train run of the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad on Monday, Sept. 5.
Kim Barker, L.M.P., is now offering one-hour massages at the Sno-Valley Senior Center twice a month. The program is open to all adults in the community, whether they are weekend warriors or mothers who carried too many babies and now permanently tilt to the side.
Dan Randall (left) and Dan Fagan (right), owner of the Pizza Place in North Bend, announced the opening of his new lounge, Capones. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to midnight; Friday, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday, noon to 1 a.m.; and Sunday, noon to midnight. Bartender Matt Barry is not pictured.
The Veronica owner Eric Peters (far left) helps 4-year-old daughter Madeline (with scissors) cut the ribbon at his wine bar while wife Veronica (center, with 1-year-old son Max) and friend Barbara Bishop (in purple shirt) look on. Also on hand to celebrate on Sept. 22 were Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce members Sue Beauvais (left, in blue vest), Fritz Ribary (center, in red shirt) and Ann Fleming (right, in black). The Veronica is located at 228 W. North Bend Way, North Bend. For more information, call (425) 996-3270 or visit www.veronicawine.com.
Gina Hudson is a new massage therapist at Destiny by Design, 249 Main Ave. N., North Bend. Hudson is a graduate of the professional massage licensing program at Ashmead College. Her skills include Swedish and deep tissue massage, as well as myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, hydrotherapy and clinical injury treatment. For more information, call (425) 888- 9347.
SNOQUALMIE – The confusion began around this time last year.
George Kenny’s brother Frank sent a press release to the media publicizing Kenny’s Northwest Experience and the George Kenny School of Chainsaw Carving.