What’s going on in the Snoqualmie Valley? | Events Calendar

Art of the Rails Festival, North Bend Blues Walk, and more coming up next week

Sept. 16

An Evening of Jazz: Sip wine and listened to Valley local musicians for an evening of Jazz at William Grassie Wine Estates (7802 Center Blvd in Snoqualmie). Event has no cover charge.

Sept. 20

After Hours & Valley Young Professionals Meetup: Join the SnoValley Chamber for a networking event from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at South Fork in North Bend.

Sept 21

Learn to Draw: Join North Bend Art & Industry for the first of a three-part drawing course from 4 to 6 p.m. The course will teach the fundamentals of drawing. The course is $25. Visit northbendartandindustry.org for more details.

Sept. 22

The Whateverly Brothers: Skilled instrumentalists Dan Roberts and Chris Glanister will perform maritime songs at the Fall City Masonic Hall from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Fall City Historical Society.

Sept. 23

Art off the Rails: Enjoy artists showcasing their work at Railroad Community Park in Snoqualmie and William Henry Taylor Park in North Bend during the first Art off the Rails Festival. Event runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. More info at: northbendartandindustry.org.

Sept. 23

North Bend Blues Walk: This one day blues festival in downtown North Bend will feature more than 70 musicians across 20 venues. Tickets get you into all venues. Event runs from 6 p.m. to midnight. More info at northbendblueswalk.com.

Sept. 27

Fall Color Hikes: Join Mountaineers Books author Tami Asars at the North Bend Library at 6:30 p.m. Asars will be sharing some of her favorite hikes and scenic drives from her newest book, “Fall Color Hikes: Washington.” Asars is a Triple Crown hiker, having hiked the entire Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and the Appalachian Trail. The first 20 to register for the free event will receive a free copy of “Fall Color Hikes: Washington.” Registration is at https://1.kcls.org/valleyreads. For more information, contact the North Bend Library at 425-888-0554.

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