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The Snoqualmie Community Pea Patch program provides plots where Snoqualmie residents can grow vegetables and flowers in the company of fellow gardeners. There are two pea patch garden locations in Snoqualmie: Silva Street, 3862 S.E. Silva St., and the Delurum lot, 7640 380th St. N.E. Plots are six feet by 12 feet, or 76 square feet. The cost for one plot is $25 per season; two plots cost $45 total for the season. Call the Snoqualmie Parks and Recreation Department at (425) 831-5784.
A public tour of the City of Snoqualmie Public Works facilities will be offered on Wednesday, May 21. It will be led by Kirk Holmes, public works department director, and Mike Roy, operations manager. The tour will start at 7 p.m. and will last for approximately 90 minutes.
Snoqualmie and Chief Kanim middle school eighth grade students will share their mixed media projects, focused on the transition from middle school to high school, at the schools’ third annual Eighth Grade Art Show, Thursday, May 15 at Snoqualmie Middle School.
In The Field Ministries, a non-profit group based in North Bend, will hold a live and silent auction and fund-raiser, as part of an effort to raise $100,000 for a school in Uganda, Africa.
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Scores of Valley tots — and their parents — were mesmerized by the antics of puppet characters Dewey and Sketch, King County Library System’s early literacy program mascots, at a packed Snoqualmie Library performance Tuesday afternoon, April 29.
In honor of Mother’s Day, the Northwest Railway Museum invites moms to take a free ride aboard the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad, when accompanied by a paying child of any age. The special Mother’s Day event happens Saturday, May 10 and Sunday, May 11.
• Snoqualmie’s business core may soon be connected to Snoqualmie Falls with a paved footpath under a plan approved by the City Council. Council action cleared the way for the city to apply from a grant from the state Interagency Committee on Outdoor Recreation, which could provide funds for the $600,000 project. The trail was recommended by a task force formed by Mayor Darwin Sukut to link the existing city center with the newly annexed area around Snoqualmie Falls.
Eastside Fire and Rescue, in cooperation with the Carnation Police Department and the city of Carnation, will be sponsoring a safety fair, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 10 at Carnation Station 85, 3600 Tolt Avenue N.E.
The third annual North Bend Bicycle Rodeo will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 7 at North Bend Elementary School. The goal is to promote bicycle safety and skill enhancement for all bicyclists.
Graduation ceremonies for 39 firefighters were held on Friday, May 2, at the Washington State Patrol Fire Training Academy in North Bend.
• 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.
Meat cleaver death threat: At 9:10 p.m., deputies responded when a landlord threatened to kill a tenant with a meat cleaver in the home they share on 442nd Avenue Southeast. It happened after a disagreement over starting a fire in their fireplace.
Local host families are needed for foreign exchange students who will attend Mount Si High School in the coming school year. Families can choose from the following students:
The Snoqualmie Valley Girls Choir’s Accolades group recently earned a top ranking at a recent song festival.
North Bend Montessori students recently helped raise more than $4,000 to help research a cure for diabetes.
Chief Kanim students do ‘High School Musical’ Production teaches teamwork, acceptance Students create trail system
Troy is a jock. Gabriella is a brainiac. Will they ever get together? Do they deserve a chance to audition for the school musical? Can they beat out Ryan and Sharpay Evans, who have had the leads in every musical since birth?
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District may have found a new way to pay for its new hospital campus at the I-90 interchange with Snoqualmie Parkway.
The Snoqualmie Tribe took action to banish nine tribal members in an apparent schism between current and ousted members of the tribe’s elected council.