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Holidays in the Valley Santa’s coming to North Bend

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater and Family Park hosts “Tis the Season,” its annual holiday wreath making party, twice this month. Wreath parties are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9. Tools and materials are provided. The theater and family park are located at 36800 David Powell Road, Fall City.

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5:15-7:30 p.m. ........Santa photo opportunity at Boxley’s Downtown North Bend

7:30 p.m. ................Valley Center Stage presents Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”

(North Bend Way will be Stage closed to traffic, ties activities facebook.com between Bendigo Blvd to Ballarat, 3pm to 8:30pm) monstration 4 p.m. .....................Mount Si Gymnastics demonstration /___________ 4:20 p.m. ................Si View Youth Dance 4:40downtown p.m. ................Ignite Dance &Bend Yoga will be hopping The streets of North Ken Hearing and Santa arrival 5:05 p.m. ................Tree lighting with Mayor Ken Hearing and Santa arrival with holiday cheer, Santa and even Frosty! Step inside ith Harley Brumbaugh 5:10 p.m. ................Community Sing-Along with Harley Brumbaugh Choir 5:30 p.m. ................Twin Falls Middle School Choir any of our downtown businesses and you will fi nd cle Club 6 p.m. .....................Snoqualmie Valley Unicycle Club oir 6:30 p.m. ................Mount Si High School Choir est, winners announced 7 p.m. .....................Gingerbread House Contest, winners announced ncing 7:15 p.m. ................Veils of the Nile belly dancing le 7:40 p.m. ................SnoValley Winds Ensemble

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Boxley’s Place in North Bend will be hosting one of the night’s big stars Saturday, and Santa, too. While most families will be lining up outside the restaurant around 5:30 p.m. Saturday for photos with Santa in the fireplace room, a slightly older crowd will be anticipating the appearance later that evening of singer Kelly Eisenhour. “She lives right here in North Bend, and she’s kind of a rock star,” says Danny Kolke, Boxley’s owner and coordinator of musical artists appearing in local venues throughout the evening. “I’m really excited she’ll be here!” The Boxley’s Music Fund is sponsoring Eisenhour’s appearance, as well as music at the North Bend Bar and Grill and Pioneer Coffee. Kolke is also excited for the festivities that will shed a new, and charming light on the community he’s been dedicated to for years. “I think it’s really important to light up the town,” he said, “It just looks pretty, and the town needs it.” “He’s looking to support and help every business in our downtown,” city economic development director Gina Estep said of Kolke.

North Bend Holiday business events 3 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, on North Bend Way, between Bendigo and Ballarat North Bend Way will be closed to traffic and many of the downtown businesses will be celebrating the holidays with special events, including: Twede’s – Live Christmas Carols, 6 to 9 p.m. Moon Valley Massage & Healing Garden – Special, $10 off a next massage, $15 off gift certificates North Bend Bar and Grill – Homemade hot buttered rum, $5, or $1 hot chocolate for the kids Singletrack – Spin the wheel for a discount coupon for bikes and accessories Boxley’s – Live music and Santa photos

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North Bend Bar and Grill – Homemade Hot Buttered Rum for $5.00 and Hot Chocolate the kids for $1.00.

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Pioneer Coffee – Live music, beer and wine, featuring Sigillo Cellar Valley Center Stage – Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol Selah Gifts – Sipping chocolate and mulled cider for shoppers Birches Habitat - Holiday magic party with Champagne, and free gift with purchase. Sidewalk drummer boys will perform every half hour, from 4 to 7 p.m. ZO Home: Play “shut the box” to win up to 98% off anything Christmas The North Bend Theatre - Winners of the North Bend Amateur Film Challenge at 8 p.m., followed by Warren Miller’s Flow State Emerald City Smoothie – Free tasting samples with purchase of a $40 gift card. Chang Thai - Half-price pad thai and $3 Luna’s Thai Tea vodka. • See full schedule of North Bend Holiday Fest events on page 10

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Love to sing the Messiah but don’t have anyone to sing it with? Just for fun, take part in the third annual Messiah Sing-Along in Carnation, 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Tolt Congregational United Church of Christ in Carnation, across from Carnation Elementary. The performance is free, but donations are accepted for the Good Neighbor fund to help local people in need.

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The North Bend Theatre – presents the winners of the North Bend Amateur Film Challnge at 8:00 and Warren Miller’s Flow State

Spend your Holidays with the Snoqualmie Valley Record.

Families can get a complimentary breakfast and pictures with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Moose Lodge in North Bend. Breakfast, starting at 10 a.m., is open to all community children and their families. Santa arrives at 11 a.m. The lodge is located at 108 Sydney Ave., downtown. To learn more, call (425) 888-0951.

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Monday December 24th, Christmas Eve Masses 3pm (church), 3pm (Hall), 5pm (church), 5pm (Hall), 8pm and 12 Midnight

Tuesday December 25th, Christmas Day 9:00 am and 11:00 am

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Holidays in the Valley North Bend’s Holiday Fest Lots of community fun is being readied for North Bend’s Holiday Festival, happening Saturday, Dec. 8, downtown. Festival events • 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Santa Train departs from the North Bend Depot, McClellan Street.

• 2:30 p.m., “Polar Express,” free show at North Bend Theatre • 4 to 6:30 p.m., Gingerbread House viewing and voting 5:15 to 7:30 p.m., santa photo opportunity at Boxley’s Stage events • 4 p.m., Demonstration by Mount Si Gymnastics • 4:30 p.m., Si View Youth Dance performance

CHRISTMAS TREES

• 5 p.m., Tree lighting with Mayor Ken & Santa arrival • 5:30 p.m., Twin Falls Middle School performance • 6 p.m., Panther Pride Unicycle team • 6:30 p.m., Mount Si High School performance • 7 p.m., Gingerbread house winners announced • 7:15 p.m., Ignite Dance & Yoga performs • 7:40 p.m., SnoValley Winds Ensemble

Gingerbread contest The city of North Bend, the North Bend Downtown Foundation and Encompass are holding a gingerbread house contest as part of the city’s Holiday Festival. Houses will be displayed at local businesses throughout

the week and brought out for voting at the festival on Saturday, Dec. 8. Voting will take place between 4 and 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday Festival. Winner announced at 7 p.m. You do not need to be present to win. All proceeds will be donated to local non-profit organizations. Prizes include gift certificates to local businesses. The grand prize is a $150 cash card. For more information, visit www.encompassnw.org or call (425) 888-2777.

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Holiday 4629 Tokul Rd SE • Snoqualmie • 425-941-6483 Community HELP VALLEY FAMILIES IN NEED THIS WINTER Care 2nd Annual Holiday Contribute to the One VOICE Holiday Event Tanner Electric Community Project Here are the winter items being collected by HolidayHoliday 1st Annual Tanner Electric 1st

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Toilet paper and personal hygiene items Gift cards for teens and seniors New and gently used winter clothing & shoes Dental products December 1st - 14th Diapers and wipes New toys for the Kiwanis Giving Tree December 1st - 14th Drop-off Locations: Now through December December 1st - 14th 14th Non-perishable food for Mt. Si Food Bank Locations: Gingerbread kits for Encompass Respectful Giving Please join us in donating · Ames Lake Fire Station #14 Drop-off Locations:Drop-off Drop-off Locations: • Ames Lake Fire Station #14 Please join us in donating · Ames Lake Fire Station #14 New and gently used blankets December 1sttoys - 14th Lake Fire Station #14 food, andfood, newtoys or gently · Anderson Island Fire Station · Anderson Island Fire·• Ames Anderson Island Fire Station and new or gently Station Island Fire Station ·• Anderson Tanner Electric Offiused ce • North winter Bend clothing to Drop-off Locations:

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Please join us in donating food, toys and new or gently winter to join uswinter · Tanner Electric Office· Tanner inused North BendOffice in clothing clothing to · Tanner weekdays Electric Office in North Bend Donations will be accepted in donating Electric North Bend Please used · Ames Lake Fire Station #14 families in our families in our benefit families inbenefit our food, toysbenefit and new ortoys gently through Dec. 11, 2012 us in donating food and to · Anderson Island Fire StationPlease join communities needing communities needing used winter clothing to benefi t families in our communities needing Bring items to the below locations: · Tanner Electriccommunities Office in North Bend needing assistance this season. this holiday season. assistanceassistance this holiday season. Yourholiday generosity Encompass Main Campus benefit families in our 1407 Boalch Ave. NW • North Bend will make a difference! you. you! can’tThank doyou! it without assistance this holiday season. We can’t docommunities it We without needing Peak Sport and Spine Donated items will go to Carnation and North Bend Food Banks, Encompass and Anderson Island 7726 Center Blvd. SE, Ste 220 • Snoqualmie can’t doBendit Food without you!and Anderson Donated items will go toWe Carnation and North Banks, Encompass assistance this Island holiday season. Christian Fellowship where they will be available for or distributed to those in need. Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Christian Fellowship where they will be available for or distributed to those in need. Donated items will go to Hopelink in Carnation, Bend Food We can’t doNorth it without you! Donated items will go to Carnation and North Bank, Bend Food Banks, Encompass and Anderson Island Chaplins North Bend and Anderson Island Christian Fellowship where they will 106 Main Avenue North • North Bend Donatedfor items will go to Carnation and Bend Food Banks, and need. Anderson Island be for orNorth distributed to Encompass those in Christian Fellowship where they will be available oravailable distributed to those in need. Christian Fellowship where they will be available for or distributed to those in need. Monetary donations to participating One VOICE non-profits are greatedly appreciated.

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SVR Special Pages - Holiday Pages Dec 5th  

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SVR Special Pages - Holiday Pages Dec 5th  

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