Snoqualmie holiday tree lighting, open house this Saturday

Santa will light up the tree at 6:30 p.m Saturday, Dec. 6, at Snoqualmie’s Railroad Park, 7971 Railroad Ave S.E. Families can visit with Santa, warm up with hot cocoa, apple cider, and cookies, and enjoy the sounds of the Sno Valley Winds as they play traditional holiday music.

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Youth choirs sing during the Snoqualmie fest

Youth choirs sing during the Snoqualmie fest

Santa will light up the tree at 6:30 p.m Saturday, Dec. 6, at Snoqualmie’s Railroad Park, 7971 Railroad Ave S.E.

Families can visit with Santa, warm up with hot cocoa, apple cider, and cookies, and enjoy the sounds of the Sno Valley Winds as they play traditional holiday music.

Horse-drawn carriage rides will begin at 5:30 p.m. at two locations: at Railroad Park on King Street by the gazebo and at the corner of Falls Avenue and River Street by Carmichael’s True Value.

A Downtown Merchant Holiday Open House is set for that afternoon and evening, 4 to 8 p.m. Visit the stores and restaurants downtown for complimentary treats, live music, activities for children, and coupon specials for holiday shopping.

These holiday events are sponsored by the city of Snoqualmie Parks & Recreation Department, the Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association, and the Downtown Merchants Association. The horse-drawn carriage rides are sponsored by Carmichael’s True Value and the Cascade Team. Special thanks to the Ridge Supermarket for providing cookies.

 


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