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Kayaker Dave Olson of North Bend is a veteran whitewater enthusiast who’s paddled local waters for a decade. Here, he shares his thoughts on kayaking the waters of the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River, and how that experience mirrors his own life.
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A few months back the Valley Record asked readers how they thought they could be better served by our product. One of the biggest responses we received was a concern that we didn't cover the arts as well as we could.
FALL CITY - If art expresses reality, Dawn Nelson has the perfect set of skills.
Summer's almost here and there's no better way to enjoy it than getting together with friends, putting some delicious things into a picnic basket and going out to the best venue around - the Snoqualmie Valley!
A look at things to do this month.
The first-ever Mosaic Music and Arts Festival will be held at Tolt-McDonald Park in Carnation on Saturday, Aug. 7. The all-day event will start at 10 a.m. and continue until dusk.
The hills will come alive this summer as Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater presents "The Sound of Music" on Saturdays and Sundays, July 31 through Sept. 5.
The Bellevue Philharmonic has announced open applications for Eastside youth to perform as featured soloists with the Bellevue Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO).
The Snoqualmie Valley Junior Orchestra announces open enrollment now through Oct. 15 for participation in the 2004-5 school year.
Greetings Valley Record readers. My name is Gary Schwartz. I am an acting teacher, voice-over actor, a council member on the board of Seattle Screen Actors Guild and the director of the Unity Theater in North Bend.
Locally-grown zucchinis took over the Mount Si Senior Center on Saturday, Sept. 4 for the first annual Zucchini Grande Contest sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Master Gardeners.
NORTH BEND - Tom Peterson's three hours on a bicycle last month may have changed his life.
In celebration of National Grandparents Day on Sept. 12, the Northwest Railway Museum is hosting a special train ride aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad on Sept. 11 and 12.
Children in photographs make great works of art because they are completely candid, not afraid to be themselves and do things that are natural and uninhibited, says North Bend photographer Jill Weaver.
Snoqualmie artist Ron Euerle presents his current art show titled "Let There be Peace" (Art Peace in Glass) at Isadora's Cafe and Books in downtown Snoqualmie, 8062 Railroad Ave. S.E. Euerle's recent pieces created in glass will be on display at Isadora's through the month of September.
4Culture is pleased to announce a "Call for Artists" for the 2005 King County Performance Network. King County-based artists, ensembles and arts organizations are invited to apply; the deadline for artist applications is Monday, Nov. 1, 2004.