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Senior Living at its Finest Join the Fun! "See why Red Oak is the best value for Senior Care in the Valley and on the Eastside." Voted Best in Valley 2005 - 2014! Snoqualmie Valley has active adult and customized assisted living care offered in a smaller more personable community at the foot of Mount Si.


425.888.7108 • 650 E. North Bend Way • North Bend

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Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Improving our community, one business at a time

Monica Lynne Chamber Member Services Manager

Inside: • Chamber Board of Directors


• City of Snoqualmie


• Business Directory


• City of North Bend


• Unincorporated Fall City


• Wineries & Breweries


• Calendar of Events


• Map of Valley Attractions


• Where to Eat


• Flooding Resources


• Important Phone Numbers


The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory is a special publication of the Snoqualmie Valley Record, in partnership with the Chamber. Publisher Eric LaFontaine


Regional Editor Carrie Rodriquez


Senior Editor Samantha Pak


Design/Layout Wendy Fried,


Advertising David Hamilton


Circulation/ Distribution circulation@valleyrecord.com SNOQUAMIE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PO BOX 357 NORTH BEND WA 98045 WWW.snovalley.org SNOQUALMIE VALLEY RECORD www.valleyrecord.com

Cover Photo Credit: Ken Vensel-KCVensel Photography


his Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Membership Directory is the perfect resource to keep nearby during the year if you want an essential collection of information about our thriving and beautiful community. This guide is used by long-time residents, those who are new to our community and visitors who are interested in learning more about what to do while in the valley. The following pages were created as a partnership between the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and The Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper. The Valley Record has been our beloved local newspaper for 105 years. Inside this guide you will find introductions to the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City, emergency services, Snoqualmie Valley School District, information on shopping, entertainment venues, restaurants, breweries, wineries, utility providers, and many other useful resources. The Snoqualmie Valley is defined by the beautiful Cascade Mountains and the rivers and creeks which all flow to the Snoqualmie River. The rich history of “The Valley” was born with receding glaciers which produced distinguished large hard rock mountains that refused to be scraped away and we all marvel at to this day. Mount Si, Little Si, Rattlesnake Ridge, and many other mountains are a few of the well-known attractions in North Bend and Snoqualmie. North Bend is headquarters for hiking with over a dozen major hiking trail heads with varying levels of steepness, length, interesting canyons, huge forests and amazing waterfalls. For the hearty hiker there are amazing views from the top of each peak which surround our Valley. Snoqualmie Falls is impressively tall at 269 feet and is a must-see destination. Over 1.5 million visitors enjoy the Falls each year. Our small cities offer an impressive resource of live entertainment almost every night of the week depending on the season. This includes live theatre, live jazz, folk, rock and blues music, poetry readings, and other forms of entertainment including a wildly popular casino. Additionally, many member companies provide professional and personal services that have become a vital part of serving valley residents. The Chamber of Commerce also offers complimentary Business Education events including the monthly Business Workshop at Umpqua and the highly acclaimed 8-month Business Mini-Academy. This guide is distributed to thousands of residents in the Valley and is also available throughout the year at various locations, and additional copies can be requested for pickup at the Chamber ofiice by appointment. We encourage you to use this Guide to keep fully informed about the wonderful resources our Valley has to offer. We also invite you to consider becoming a Chamber Member. The chamber provides multiple opportunities to connect with your community and grow your business. You can find out more about the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce at www.snovalley.org or by calling (425) 888-6362.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN ACTION ACE- Advocate, Connect, Educate Advocate The Chamber advocates on behalf of the Valley’s various organizations by connecting with elected officials through the East King County Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition to encourage economic development and minimize regulatory burdens and taxation. Expedition of the 1-90/ WA-18 interchange is an example of this advocacy in action. Representing the voice of Snoqualmie Valley businesses is a vital Chamber function

Connect Monthly Chamber luncheons, along with after-hours social events with tasty hors d’oeuvres and beverages provide opportunity to build friendships with local business owners. A membership directory in print and online formats, the Annual Summer Golf tournament, our Winter Gala event, along with opportunity to serve on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors are other ways members can connect with each other.

Educate Periodic candidate forums focused on business and community issues help voters make informed decisions. Monthly luncheons feature dynamic speakers on relevant topics, an 8-month Business MiniAcademy is free to Chamber members, a monthly business workshop features rotating experts, our monthly newsletter shares what’s going on in the business community and online training courses all provide education opportunities.

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Chamber Board of Directors

CAROLYN SIMPSON President, Individual Member

JONAS MEANS Cutler Investment Group

JAIME COLE Vice President Brown & Sterling P.S.


MICHELLE VALDEZ Snoqualmie Casino

AVA DOMAN Zetec Inc.

JANICE EVANS Secretary Technical Glass Products

NATE SMITH Snoqualmie Valley YMCA


he Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce proudly serves our region by promoting business and helping maintain a healthy economic environment in our community. We work collaboratively with business owners, government leaders and community organizations to strengthen our local economy and plan for our region’s future. The Chamber represents a wide range of Valley businesses including high-tech, industrial, family-owned

REGINA BRONNER Cook Real Estate Services

JACK BAUER BauerCombs Landscape Architecture

TRICIA WHITE Spacelabs Healthcare

and home-based businesses. Professionals from all industries are welcome, and the Chamber offers many member benefits and activities, including marketing and advertising programs, networking opportunities, education, advocacy and support to more than 200 members each year. For membership information, please visit www.snovalley.org or call the Chamber Office at (425) 888-6362.

2018 Membership Packages A Chamber membership includes: • A listing in the Chamber’s online and printed business directory • Complimentary business education opportunities • Ability to connect at chamber members only events • Member pricing at Chamber Events • Receiving Chamber newsletters and e-mail updates

Membership Dues # of FTE’s 0-11 12-20 21-50 51+ 101+

Annual Dues $199.00 $315.00 $500.00 $775.00 $920.00

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Did you know: • •

Why go downtown for your legal needs when top-notch lawyers are available just a few miles from your home?

Readers of the Snoqualmie Valley Record have voted us "Best Law Firm" every year since 2006. Every year since 2010, attorney Larry Brown has been recognized in Seattle Magazine as a "5 Star Wealth Manager" for Estate and Tax Planning. Attorney Larry Brown is rated "Superb" by Avvo.com - 2016 (www.avvo.com, March 2016)

Employment Attorney Jaime Cole was named “Minnesota Super Lawyers Rising Star (2013).”

Business • Estate Planning and Probate Elder Law • Employment Law • Real Estate Tax Law and Income Tax Preparation

Hardware North Bend Ace Hardware

330 Main Avenue South in Mt Si Village, North Bend


Monday – Saturday 7am to 9pm Sunday 8am to 8pm

Helpful Hardware Store

Plus Much, Much More!

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• Pet & Large Animal Food & Supplies • Sporting Goods • Licensing for Hunting & Fishing • Sewing & Notions

Hardware Lawn & Garden/Live Plants Electrical & Plumbing Key Duplicating Paint Color Matching Seasonal Specialty Stock

• Leanin’ Tree Cards & Gifts

Knowledgeable Customer Service Winner of JD Power and Associates Highest in Customer Satisfaction Award

We appreciate being your local ‘Helpful Hardware Place’

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City of Snoqualmie Snoqualmie is famous for the natural wonder of Snoqualmie Falls, the Northwest Railway Museum, and as the Home of the Boeing Classic. Snoqualmie is also known for a high quality of life, an emphasis on public safety, environmental sustainability, and economic growth. These elements come together to serve Snoqualmie’s residents, business owners and their employees, and more than two million tourists who visit Snoqualmie each year.

Snoqualmie Falls is located just one mile from Historic Snoqualmie and attracts more than two million visitors each year.

As the fastest growing city in Washington for many years, Snoqualmie has more than 13,000 residents. Census data shows 35 percent of the Snoqualmie population is 18 years of age and under, the highest youth-to-adult ratio in King County. To that end, the city is highly supportive of school district initiatives, new and expanded parks facilities, youth programs, and local human services organizations. With 41 parks and more than 30 miles of trails, Snoqualmie offers open spaces, athletic fields, sports courts, tennis courts, play equipment for all ages, picnic shelters, barbecues, and event facilities. Among its notable parks are Centennial Fields, Snoqualmie Community Park, Jeanne Hansen Community Park, and the Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park.

City Above the Falls

The more than 30 miles of hard-surface and softsurface trails accommodate walking, hiking, biking, and horseback riding. More information about the City’s parks and trails is available at cityofsnoqualmie.org. To request a map, email info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us. Snoqualmie has many events throughout the year, including Snoqualmie Railroad Days; Movies and Music in the Park; Finally Friday Art and Wine Walks; Red, White and Boom Fireworks; and the Tree Lighting Festival. Follow us on Facebook or visit cityofsnoqualmie.org to hear about these and other community events.

Snoqualmie Hall is located downtown with many services for residents and businesses.

The Mayor, City Council, Administration, Police and Fire Departments, and staff are committed to providing the highest level of services and personal attention. Call us! We’re here to serve you.

Snoqualmie City Hall Railroad Days Festival has a grand parade and fun for all ages.

Photos: Courtesy of the City of Snoqualmie

Kids search for eggs at Centennial Fields.

38624 SE River Street/PO Box 987 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Phone: (425) 888-1555 Email: Info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us

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A MODERN DAY MERCANTILE! Old Time Charm! Toys • Decor • Novelties Housewares • Hardware

425.888.1107 Located in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie

Carmichael’s True Value . . . Much more than a hardware store!

Bella Vita Spa and Salon

We believe every child should be treated the way we would like our own children to be treated.

L to R: Pepper Allphin, Jessica Farchette, Kyra Kolodejchuk, Donell Kossow and Nichole Staten.




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7984 Falls Ave. SE Snoqualmie

It is our goal to implement the highest standard of care at every patient encounter whether it is a child’s first visit to the dental office, a teenager who is headed off to college or a special-needs adult patient we’ve been seeing for decades.


Now preferred provider for Premera.

8 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association

Power For People Not For Profit! “The Mission of Tanner Electric Cooperative is to Provide Reliable, Safe, Sustainable and Affordable Utility Services to the Communities We Serve”

Photo by Kristy Ray Photography

2018 Season Registration All ages/Recreational Registration Opens April 1 & closes May 31

Steve Walter, General Manager 45710 SE North Bend Way, P.O. Box 1426, North Bend 425-888-0623 or 1-800-472-0208 Fax: 425-888-5688 Email: steve@tannerelectric.coop

(Any Registrations after May 31st will be waitlisted)

2018 Camps Open to ALL SnVYSA players ————Spring Academy | Fri’s thru April

Photo by Barbara Carlson Photography

2018-19 Cascade FC Tryouts

Spring Break Camp | April 9 - 13


Summer Camp | July 9 - 13

Beginning late April

Summer Camp | Aug 6 - 10


For more information, registration, and volunteer opportunities please visit our website today!


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CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER BY CATEGORY ACADEMIC TUTORING Huntington Learning Center 458 SW Mount Si Blvd, Ste B-6, North Bend Sariya Rashid (425) 292-3664 rashids@hlcmail.com

ACCOMMODATIONS Hilton Garden Inn/ Homewood Suites Seattle/Issaquah 1800 NW Gilman Blvd, Issaquah Lisa Shennum (425) 837-3600 /425-391-4000 www.seaisadm@hilton.com

Nor West RV Park 45810 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 info@norwestproperties.net

Salish Lodge & Spa 6501 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie (800) 272-5474 reservations@salishlodge.com

Snoqualmie Lodge aka Jernie Inn 706 Yellowstone Trail Rd, Snoqualmie Pass Bernie Schulteck (425) 226-6217 schultek@quixnet.net

Tall Chief RV Campground 29290 SE 8th St, Fall City Lori Salin (425) 222-0778 tallchief@equitylifestyle.com

The Roadhouse Restaurant & Inn 4200 Preston Fall City Road SE, Fall City Rob Rosemont (425) 222-4800 rob@fcroadhouse.com

TreeHouse Point 6922 Preston-Fall City Road SE, Fall City BreeAnn Monahan Email is preferred info@treehousepoint.com

ACCOUNTANTS Krona & Krona CPA’s 39010 SE Delta St , Snoqualmie John Krona (425) 888-0916 johnckrona@hotmail.com

ADVERTISING White Horse Promotional Products, LLC PO Box 983, Issaquah Jaye Siqueiros (425) 681-8557 tori@whitehorsepromos.com

ART Art Gallery of SnoValley, a Mt Si Artist Guild Collective 8130 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie Gayll Morrison (425) 213-9321 snovalleygallery@gmail.com

North Bend Visitor InformationCenter & Mountain View Gallery 250 Bendigo Blvd, North Bend Deborah Doy (425) 292-0260 nbvic@outlook.com

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Color Me Mine of Snoqualmie 7718 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Chennal Darcy (425) 292-3697 snoqualmie@colormemine.com



Daniel Findley, Attorney 1001 Fourth Avenue 42nd Floor, Seattle Dan Findley (206) 689-2127

Heritage Bank 1250 NW Mall Street, Issaquah Sandy Ramsey (425) 394-4450


Brown & Sterling P.S. 4318 Preston-Fall City Road SE, Fall City Jaime Cole (425) 222-6374 info@brownsterling.com

Nelson, Blair, Langer & Engle PLLC 38579 SE River Street, Snoqualmie Elizabeth LePley (425) 394-4117 info@nblelaw.com


Key Bank 7917 Center Blvd. SE, Snoqualmie Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000


Opus Bank 139 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend David Snow (425) 831-1761 Umpqua Bank 146 W. Second St, North Bend Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 robertwotton@umpquabank.com

AUTO REPAIR Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair 45830 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 karenhahn@hotmail.com

North Bend Automotive 43306 SE North Bend Way, Bldg B, North Bend (425) 888-4522

BEAUTY SALONS Acacia Hair Salon 7721 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 info@acaciahairsalon.com

Bella Vita Spa and Salon 7984 Falls Ave SE, Snoqualmie Pepper Allphin (425) 888-4888 bellavitaspasalon@comcast.net


AUTO SALES North Bend Chevrolet 106 Main Ave N, North Bend Jason Fraser (425) 888-0781

BED & BREAKFAST Roaring River Bed & Breakfast 46715 SE 129th St, North Bend Herschel & Peggy Backues (425) 888-4834 roaringriver@comcast.net

BAKERIES café minee 8150 Railroad Ave SE Ste B , Snoqualmie Sang Kim (425) 223-9889 cafeminee@gmail.com

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BEER Mt Si Pub 45530 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Rob Sherard (425) 831-6155 robsherard@gmail.com

BICYCLE SHOP Singletrack Cycles 119 W North Bend Way, North Bend Erik Alston (425) 888-0101 info@singletrackcycles.com

BIKING SnoValley Velo Club Snoqualmie Jeff Scott (206) 919-6147 info@snovalleyveloclub.com


Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company 8032 Falls Ave, Snoqualmie Dave Eiffert (425) 831-2357 (Taproom) snoqualmiebrewery@gmail.com

CAR WASH Twin Star Car Wash 9002 Railroad Ave SE, North Bend Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981


The BindleStick 8010 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie (425) 888-0259


North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Fitness 325 E 3rd St, North Bend Matthew Miller (425) 888-3600



Heirloom Cookshop 38767 SE River Street, Snoqualmie Kristen Schumacher (206) 227-3000 heirloomcookshop@gmail.com

Mosaic Catering Carnation Bill Pritchard (425) 221-1064 mosaiccatering@msn.com


Carnation Chamber of Commerce Carnation (425) 829-3165 info@carnationchamber.com

Duvall Chamber of Commerce 15619 Main Street, Duvall Chamber Admin (425) 788-9182 info@duvallchamberofcommerce.com

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce 8086 Railroad Ave SE Fl 2, Snoqualmie Monica Lynne (425) 888-6362 info@snovalley.org





Agape Chiropractic Healing Center 145 E. Third Street , North Bend Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670


Valley Professional Cleaning Service 13908 453rd Pl SE, North Bend Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387


Snoqualmie Casino 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie Scott Smith (425) 888-1234

The Goddard School 34510 SE 96th Street, Snoqualmie Julio Ibarra (425) 381-4185 SnoqualmieWA@GoddardSchools.com




Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic 8026 Douglas Ave SE, Ste 102, Snoqualmie Benjamin Britton (425) 396-5570 srchiro@comcast.net


City of North Bend 211 Main Ave. North, North Bend Susie Oppedal (425) 888-1211 soppedal@northbendwa.gov

City of Snoqualmie 38624 SE River St, Snoqualmie James Mayhew (425) 888-1555 info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us


Cleaning Authority, The 125 E North Bend Way, North Bend Paul McMahon (425) 292-9643 tca.eastside@gmail.com

Northwest Premium Services 7829 Center Blvd SE, St 166, Snoqualmie, Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 louisewall@comcast.net


Dark Horse Ink 30540 SE 84th St, Suite 1, Preston Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555

AtWork! 1935 152nd Pl NE, Bellevue Wally Tallbit (425) 274-4000 wallyt@atworkwa.org

Si View Metro Parks 400 SE Orchard Drive, North Bend (425) 831-1900 info@siviewpark.org

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA 35018 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie Nate Smith (425) 256-3115 nsmith@seattleymca.org


Gordon Construction PO Box 429, Fall City Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 info@gegordon.com

Hallamore Homes Inc PO BOX 318, North Bend Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 hallamorehomes@gmail.com

John Day Homes, Inc. North Bend Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 mrandall@johndayhomes.com


New Legends 35539 SE 41st Street, Fall City Chelley Patterson (425) 533-1833 chelley@newlegendsnow.com



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City of North Bend

North Bend is a scenic and thriving community known for its stunning views of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascades and a wide array of year-round recreation and cultural experiences. The city’s parks and trails provide for hiking, fishing, bicycling, climbing, kayaking, swimming and wildlife observation. During the winter months, snowboarding, skiing and snowshoeing are just minutes away. Residents and visitors can enjoy an eclectic mix of dining and shopping in historic downtown and at the Premium Outlet Stores. Whether you are a local looking for a night out in North Bend or a visitor who just hiked Mount Si, Mailbox Peak or Rattlesnake Ledge, North Bend offers a variety of restaurants to refuel and socialize with friends and family. Drop by North Bend’s newest restaurant, Iron Duck Public House for a burger, pizza or steak and enjoy a large selection of whiskey and wine. Unwind at Wildflower Wine Shop for Washington State wine and farm-to-table cuisine. Stop by Rio Bravo for authentic Mexican food or Scott’s Dairy Freeze for a burger or soft serve ice cream. Enjoy live theater at Valley Center Stage or a movie at the North Bend Theatre, an independent theater since 1941 and home to the annual Mountain Film Festival. Plan a visit to the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum and learn how this treasured nonprofit organization is preserving Snoqualmie Valley history or drop by the Visitor’s Information Center/Mountain View Gallery for information on area attractions and to view local artwork. North Bend offers many annual events for the entire family, including the Downtown Block Party, Festival at Mount Si, Si View Farmer’s Market and Summer Concert Series, Blues Walk, Jazz Walk, Mountain Film Festival, Trick-orTreat Street and Holly Days. Check the city’s website for the calendar of events or sign up for city news under “Notify Me” on the website.

Contact Information: Phone: (425) 888-1211 Email: cityhall@northbendwa.gov Website: http://northbendwa.gov

Easy to reach, hard to leave

Photos courtesy of city of North Bend

Top: The North Bend Visitor Information Center and Mountainview Art Gallery. Above: A musician entertains the crowd at the 2017 North Bend Blues Walk. Center: Santa greets children during Holly Days 2017. Bottom: Hikers look out over Rattlesnake Ledge in North Bend.

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Serving The Valley For 204 Ballarat Avenue N., P.O. Box 1210 More Than 23 North Years Bend, WA 98045 Ken Rustad

Insurance Agency, Inc Ken.Rustad.CH1D@statefarm.com

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Recreation Programs for All Ages - Community Parks and Trails Community Events - Facility Rentals - Volunteer Opportunities! The FUN Starts Here! Look for the Si View Activity Guide in the mail each April, August and December. Or visit our website www.siviewpark.org anytime for the latest program information.

Explore Parks! Si View Park: 400 SE Orchard Drive Tollgate Park: 1300 W North Bend Way Torguson Park: 750 E North Bend Way Meadowbrook Farm: 1711 Boalch Avenue Connect with Si View on Social Media! Facebook: SiViewMetroParks Instagram: SiViewMetroParks Twitter: SiView

www.siviewpark.org 425-831-1900

Mt. Si Shell & Wanted Espresso—Your Locally Owned Fuel & Espresso Stop at Exit 31 along I-90! 742 S.W. Mt. Si Blvd., North Bend, WA We also have an OWENS’ MEAT MACHINE !!

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Early Learning


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Early Learning Center 1407 Boalch Ave. NW North Bend, WA 98045 425.888.2777 Pediatric Therapy Clinic 209 Main Ave. S, Ste. 111 North Bend, WA 98045 425.888.3347 Carnation Preschool 4950 Tolt Ave. Carnation, WA 98014 425.844.4548


Pediatric Therapy We partner with families to build healthy foundations for children, right here in the Snoqualmie Valley.

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TWIN PEAKS NUTRITION AND WELLNESS The Community Hub of Health and Wholeness Sharon Hockenbury ~ Owner ~ Offering Decades of Expertise guiding trusted Supplement and Wellness choices.

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Monica Antone Managing Broker



fresh flowers, plants, gifts & cards daily deliveries Serving the Snoqualmie Valley and surrounding areas since 2000

425.831.1772 • www.snoqualmieflowers.com

Northwest Railway Museum

Caring for a Family Member with Memory Loss or Cognitive Issues?

Scenic Train Rides & Tours, Train Shed Visits Saturdays & Sundays, April—October. Snoqualmie Depot, Exhibits, and Depot Bookstore.

425.888.3030 www.TrainMuseum.org

Social Activities for People with Alzheimer’s or other Dementia Respite and Resources for Family Caregivers

“Old Friends Club is a lifesaver not only to me, but really for my mom also – she’s an alert, different person when she gets home from Old Friends Club!” – Chris G


Kirkland/Redmond • Carnation (Serving the Snoqualmie Valley) Sammamish (Serving Issaquah and Sammamish)

OldFriendsClub.org Call 425-681-9776

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Fall City, a riverside community Fall City is a friendly, Snoqualmie Valley community that welcomes you to visit or make your home here. Many are surprised to hear that Fall City isn’t truly a city, but is simply an unincorporated rural town nestled along the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. The rivers play an important role in the community as thousands of visitors descend upon the town in the summer and fall to float the rivers and play along the broad, rocky shorelines. Over the last 10 years Fall City has experienced a growth rate of around 20 percent as people discover that we have some of the highest-rated schools in the area. Fall City has a vibrant arts community that hosts a variety of family and fine arts programs throughout the year and an active historical society that is proud to promote and preserve the elements that make Fall City special. The parks department is working hard to preserve and improve recreational opportunities and the Fall City Community Association strives to improve the quality of life for Fall City residents overall. Every summer, Fall City hosts Fall City Days, which includes a fun run, street parade, arts, crafts, food and much more. And in the late summer, the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater offers outdoor entertainment. Fall City is also home to one of America’s most unique communities that includes a private airport, and we have gained national attention as the home of Treehouse Point, the home base of the popular television program, Treehouse Masters. You can learn more about Fall City at www.fallcity.org or by picking up a free Fall City Neighbors newsletter monthly at the Fall City Post Office.

File Photos

An aerial view of Fall City, captured by drone flown by reader George Conway.

Clockwise from left: A duck-dragon in the Fall City Day parade, the 1888 hop shed in Fall City Community Park, and the NW Honkers semi-pro baseball, played at Community Park.

16 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Preiser Consultants Suite 19 Randall Preiser (813) 541-9759 Randall@PreiserConsultants.com

Washington BBI 38579 SE River Street Ste 14, Snoqualmie Peter Busacca (425) 391-8720 consulting@washingtonbbi.com


Sno Falls Credit Union 9025 Meadowbrook Way SE, Snoqualmie Stacy Dorn (425) 888-4004 info@snofalls.com


Vista Cafe-Snoqualmie Valley Hospital 9801 Frontier Ave SE, Snoqualmie Greg Neal (425) 835-3795 gregn@snoqualmiehospital.org

Snoqualmie Valley Orthodontics 37624 SE Fury St Suite C220, Snoqualmie Brandon Johnson (425) 292-6162 info@snovalleyortho.com


McClellan Building, LLC North Bend Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135 bob.mcclellanbuilding@gmail.com

DISTRIBUTORS Nintendo of America Inc. 1229 NW 8th St, North Bend Sharon Wiltshire (425) 882-2040 sharwi02@noa.nintendo.com


Encompass Engineering & Surveying 165 NE Juniper St Suite 201, Issaquah Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250



A to Zzz Dental 37624 Southeast Fury Street Ste 200, Snoqualmie Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230

Perteet, Inc. 38579 SE River Street, Ste 1, Snoqualmie Rahmi Kutsal, PE (425) 888-5825


Kelly R. Garwood, DDS 421 Main Ave. S., North Bend Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 garwood.dental@gmail.com

Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS 7726 Center Blvd, Ste 200, Snoqualmie Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386 -----------------------------------244 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896 braces@kirbysortho.com


Rainbow Lodge 46820 SE Mt Si Road, North Bend Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 rainbowlodge@rainbowlodge.org


Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates 126 E. 2nd St, North Bend Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020 info@see20-20.com


Bybee Farms 42930 SE 92nd St., North Bend Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 sbybee4@comcast.net


GYMGUYZ East King County 38577 SE Kimball Creek Dr, Snoqualmie Kevin Poskitt (206) 972-0250 kevin.poskitt@gymguyz.com

Mt Si Sports + Fitness 1546 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782



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Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts 8096 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Alice Friedel (425) 831-1772 hello@snoqualmieflowers.com


US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger District 902 SE North Bend Way, Bldg 1, North Bend Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421 mschramm@fs.fed.us


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Corners Gift Shop 8002 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Peggy Lefley (425) 888-2488 peggy.lefley@cornersgiftshop.com

Wild Hare Vintage 8050 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie Iya & Norman Brown (805) 637-5980



All Service Glass 255 N.E. Juniper St., Issaquah Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122 info@allserviceglass.com

Technical Glass Products 8107 Bracken Place SE, Snoqualmie LouAnn Smith (800) 426-0279 sales@fireglass.com


Cascade Golf Course 14319 436th Ave SE, North Bend Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653 dean@cascadegolfcourse.com

Mount Si Golf Course 9010 Boalch Ave SE, Snoqualmie Scott Barter (425) 391-4926 info@mtsigolf.com


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2018 Community Guide and Directory | 19 The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge 36005 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie Meredith Weeks (425) 396-6000 sales@clubatsnoqualmieridge.com


Fire District #38 North Bend Chris Dahline (425) 392-3433

Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC North Bend Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482 jf@jacquelinefairbrass.com

The Healing Garden Day Spa 106 West North Bend Way, North Bend Heather Ryan (425) 292-0402



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Twin Peaks Nutrition and Wellness 111 W. North Bend Way/1268, North Bend Sharon Hockenbury (425) 888-3222



Costco 1801 10th Ave. NW, Issaquah Laurie Brese (425) 313-0965x226 w110mkt01@costco.com


Carmichael’s True Value Hardware 8150 Falls Ave SE, Snoqualmie Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 wthomas@truevalue.net

North Bend Ace Hardware 330 Main Ave S., North Bend Gordon Gaub (425) 888-1242



Balancing Life, LLC Snoqualmie Monica Lynne (425) 922-1499 balancinglifeonline@gmail.com

Bartell Drugs 35013 Snoqualmie Parkway, Snoqualmie Taylor Isenhour (425) 363-6045

Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic 35020 SE Kinsey Street, Snoqualmie Valerie Huffman (425) 396-7682

Hankins, Susan 11920 434th SE, North Bend Susan Hankins (425) 888-4410

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital 9801 Frontier Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Tom Parker (425) 831-2300

McNeely, Gloria Snoqualmie Gloria McNeely (425) 677-7467


Three Moons Midwifery PLLC 401 Ballarat Ave N Suite 201, North Bend Dr. Alisha Wilkes DNP, CNM, ARNP (425) 395-4768 threemoonsmidwifery@gmail.com



Advanced Anesthesia Services 7829 Center Blvd #310, Snoqualmie Allyn Wilcock (425) 615-6100


STS Landscape and Construction Services PO Box 656, North Bend Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754



Eastside Psychological Associates 8226 Bracken Pl. SE Ste 200, Snoqualmie Alisa Burpee (425) 292-3318


Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic PO Box 2810, North Bend Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 jeppright@meadowbrookurgentcare.com

Overlake Hospital Medical Center 1035 116th Ave NE, Bellevue Daniel Craven (425) 688-5605 Primary Care Hospital Clinic/ Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Snoqualmie (425) 831-2333



Simpson, Carolyn 34802 SE Garden Ct., Snoqualmie Carolyn Simpson (425) 890-2239 simpsoncgs@yahoo.com


Carriage Insurance Agency 301 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Jody Carr (425) 888-5066 jody@carriageagency.com

CLG Employer Resources LLC 209 Main Ave S, Suite 100, North Bend Anessa Brechbiel (425) 391-4141 clg@clger.com


Snoqualmie Ridge ROA 7713 Center Blvd. SE Suite 100, Snoqualmie (425) 396-5430 info@ridgeroa.com


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Hauglie Insurance Agency 33410 Redmond-Fall City Rd SE, Fall City Kevin Hauglie (425) 222-5881 adonaldson@hauglieinsurance.com

Mumma Associates Insurance 11811 NE 1st, # 307, Bellevue Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406


SR Benefits Consulting 37106 SE Gala Court, Snoqualmie Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 srackets-ins@comcast.net

State Farm Insurance 204 Ballarat Avenue North, North Bend Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421




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The Snoqualmie Valley is not just a great place for beer, but for wine as well. Unique and stylish wineries are part of the Valley’s identity thanks to the efforts of Sigillo Cellars and Mount Si Winery in Snoqualmie, Convergence Zone Cellars and Pearl and Stone Wine Co in North Bend and William Grassie Wine Estates in Fall City.

Top: An employee bottles wine at Sigillo Cellars in Snoqualmie. Right: “Love Wine! Love Local!” at William Grassie Wine Estates in Fall City. Below: Pearl and Stone Wine Co. in North Bend. Bottom: Mount Si Winery in Snoqualmie.

With grapes grown in eastern Washington, Sigillo Cellars on Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie, serves award-winning wines made just a few blocks away. Visit www.sigillocellars.com. At Mount Si Winery, artisan wine makers produce ultra-premium, microproduction commercial wines of fewer than 1,200 cases a year. Visit www.mtsiwinery.com. Family-owned and operated Convergence Zone Cellars use grapes for their wines from some of Washington’s best vineyards in the Red Mountain, Snipes Mountain, Wahluke Slope, Horse Heaven Hills and Columbia

Valley areas. Scott Greenberg, vints and blends the grapes into award-winning, small production, premium quality wines. Visit www.czcellars.com. Pearl and Stone Wine Co was born from the art of teaching, the joy of learning a nd the love of wine. The winery is a partnership of three families, deeply rooted in the Snoqualmie Valley, and brought together by three women with a commitment to quality elementary education. Visit www.pearlandstonewine.com. William Grassie Wine Estates is an intimate winery committed to producing premier Bordeaux style wines. Winemaker Bill Grassie’s passion for gardening led him to plant a vineyard on a bare patch of ground at his new property, which accelerated his efforts to become a winemaker. Visit www.wmgrassiewines.com.



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William Grassie Wine Estates 35922 SE 46th St, Fall City William Grassie (425) 974-5808


8463 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie Tami Agnew (206) 992-6033


Pearl and Stone Wine Co. 43015 SE 114th Street, North Bend Rob Wesorick (425) 395-4011


Sigillo Cellars, LLC 8086 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Mike Seal (425) 292-0754


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The Snoqualmie Valley is home to two local breweries, Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, making hand-crafted brews in downtown Snoqualmie since 1997, and No Boat Brewing Company, a recent addition to Snoqualmie Ridge, with a kid-and-dog friendly dining room. There’s also North Bend’s to-go style brewery, The Growler Station.

Find 13 brews on tap at the Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, along with their own root beer. The company has been in business for over 20 years.

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, 8032 Falls Ave. S.E., brews seven outstanding beers, plus a rotating selection of seasonal and special brews, including spruce tip, squash, molasses stout, cocoa pumpkin and fresh hop beer, using hops grown and harvested right here in Snoqualmie. Depending on the hop harvest last fall, the taproom also serves a local specialty, Meadowbrook Farm Ale, made from wild hops grown at historic Meadowbrook Farm. Their signature root beer is always on tap. The restaurant is open seven days week for lunch and dinner. Call the Taproom at (425) 831-2357; www.fallsbrew.com. No Boat, perched in the Snoqualmie Ridge business park, also features six “flagship” beers, including the musically inspired Snoqualmie Maybe pale ale, plus six seasonal taps, a cider, and for the under-age crowd, root beer from Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company. Open Wednesday through Sunday, the brewery, located at 35214 SE Center St., Snoqualmie, hosts a variety of food trucks. Find the schedule at http://noboatbrewing.com/#beer-and-food

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Events Calendar Calendar WHAT’S GOING ON

There is always something happening somewhere in the Valley. Mark your calendar with the following special events.

Fun Run: Cinco de Mayo Half-marathon and 8K fun runs are the first Saturday in May. Learn more at www. runsnoqualmie.com

OR, spend the day on Snoqualmie Ridge with a parade and events at Snoqualmie Community Park.


Live theater: Valley Center Stage features a community theater production of “The Death Trap,” May 11 to 26, to close out its season. The new season starts in October. Visit www.valleycenterstage.org

Thomas the Tank: Thomas the Tank Engine visits Snoqualmie at Northwest Railway Museum’s Snoqualmie Depot, July 13 to 15 and 20 to 22. Locals, get a $2 discount when you buy your tickets at the depot.

Sallal Grange hosts contra dances on the third Friday of each month, open mic night on the first Friday of the month, and a community game night on the fourth Friday For schedule, visit www.sallalgrange.org

April Train rides: Northwest Railway Museum starts its season of weekend train rides on the first Saturday in April and run every weekend through October. Arbor Day: Snoqualmie celebrates National Arbor Day, at Snoqualmie Community Park. North Bend Jazz Walk: This jazz festival in historic Downtown North Bend features 14 venues supporting regional artists. Visit www.northbendjazzwalk. com

May Go Fish: Mount Si Fish and Game Club hosts its annual free Kids Fishing Derby starting at sunrise on the first Saturday in May, at the ponds at the Snoqualmie Police Station.

June Bike Rodeo: Snoqualmie Police host the annual bike safety rodeo in both Snoqualmie and North Bend in early June. Learn more at www.ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Fall City Days: Start the summer at Fall City Days, the second Saturday in June, with a fun run and parade, rubber Duck Derby, watermeloneating contest, and live music. Visit festivalnet.com/7631/ Fall- Cit y-Washington/ Festivals/Fall-City-Day North Bend Farmer’s Market: Come to Si View Park for a farmers market and life music, 4 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, June through September at Si View Park. Visit www.siview. park.org


Fourth of July: Celebrate America’s birthday, Carnation style, with a hometown parade, fun run strawberry shortcake and fireworks. Visit www.carnation4th.org

Relay for Life: Join the fight against cancer the second Saturday in July at North Bend’s Torguson Park. Learn more at http://main. acsevents.org/site/TR?fr_ id=86820&pg=entry Downtown Block Party: North Bend’s Block Party features two stages of live music, activities and a car show, each year in mid-July. Twin Peaks Festival: “Twin Peaks” was filmed primarily in North Bend and Snoqualmie, so the annual Twin Peaks Festival returns here every year in late July or early August. Visit http://www. twinpeaksfest.com

August Festival at Mount Si: The Festival, the second weekend of August, is a three-day festival with parade, live music, performances, contests and games For more information and a full list of the events, visit w w w.fe stivalatmtsi.org

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August (continued)

Snoqualmie Railroad Days:

More than seven decades of local tradition and railroad heritage are behind Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days, the third weekend of August. For the full details, visit www.railroaddays.com

Paint Out: Painters take their easels into the open air at the annual Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out during Railroad Days. Visit www. ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Boeing Classic: Top pro golfers on the PGA Champions Tour compete for a $2 million purse at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge., the third week in August Get tickets at w w w.boeingclassic.com Battle of Snoqualmie: The Washington Civil War Association presents historic re-enactments for two days, on the fourth weekend in August. Hear the crash and boom of the artillery. Feel the weight of the packs that the soldiers carried. Meet the fine ladies in their gorgeous dresses. Learn more at http://battleofsnoqualmie. com


North Bend Blues Walk: Downtown North Bend venues host blues legends and local talent in a pedestrian festival, the fourth weekend of September. Visit www. northbendblueswalk.com

Snoqualmie Valley Block Party: Snoqualmie Ridge hosts a block party for the whole Snoqualmie Valley, with bands, kids games and demos, around the middle of the month. Find Snoqualmie Valley Block Party on Facebook for more information.


community gathering in Gazebo Park, decked out with lights, music and a visit from Santa


Tree Lightings: Community Christmas celebrations happen in Fall City and North Bend, the first weekend of December.

Treat-or-Treat Street in Downtown North Bend provides a safe, fun environment for children to trick-or-treat downtown businesses on Halloween. Everyone is invited to come in costume! Learn more at www.northbendwa. gov

Fall City’s festival includes a holiday arts market at Chief Kanim Middle School, choir concert at Fall City Elementary and, the lighting of the plum trees along S.R. 202, followed by Santa’s arrival and a bonfire and refreshments in the Arts Park.

Night on a Dark Trail: Spooky, entertaining Halloween trail walk at Snoqualmie Ridge is for youth, teens and adults. Visit http:// nightonadarktrail.org for tickets and information.

North Bend’s Holly Days Downtown Community Celebration is held the first weekend in December with a tree lighting ceremony, live performances and free photos with Santa. Kick off your holiday shopping and enjoy live entertainment during this annual event.

October to November Mountain Film Series: Starting in early October, North Bend Theatre, downtown North Bend, shows films from its annual Mountain outdoor series each Sunday afternoon, through December. Visit http://northbendtheatre. com for a full schedule Snoqualmie Holiday Festival: Snoqualmie celebrates the holidays the weekend following Thanksgiving with a

Banff Film Festival: North Bend Theatre hosts the Banff Film Festival, a renowned screening of the best mountain and outdoor recreation oriented films in the world. For details, visit www. northbendtheatre.com Santa Train: Ride the train with Santa, starting Thanksgiving weekend. Learn more at w w w. t r a i n m u s e u m . o r g Holiday Bazaar: Buy holiday gifts and enjoy a full day of entertainment by local young talent. The bazaar features hand-crafted goods, carolers, and the Si View dance program.

Events Calendar Calendar WHAT’S GOING ON

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Snoqualmie Valley Places of Interest SNOQUALMIE • WA


1 Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge & Spa, 6501 Railroad Ave SE 2 Snoqualmie Casino, 37500 SE North Bend Way 3 Snoqualmie Valley Visitor's Center, 8130 Railroad Ave SE 4 Northwest Railway Museum, 38625 SE King Street 5 Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE 6 Mount Si Golf Course, 9010 Boalch Ave SE


7 TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, 36005 SE Ridge St 8 Snoqualmie Y and Community Center, 35018 SE Ridge St 9 Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St


10 Snoqualmie City Hall, 38624 SE River St 11 Snoqualmie Valley School District Office, 8001 Silva Ave SE 12 Snoqualmie Library, 7824 Center Blvd SE


NORTH BEND • WA 13 North Bend Premium Outlets, 461 South Fork Ave SW 14 North Bend Theatre, 125 Bendigo Blvd N 15 Valley Center Stage, 119 W North Bend Way 16 Si View Community Center, 400 SE Orchard Dr 17 Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, 320 Bendigo Blvd S 18 North Bend City Hall, 211 Main Avenue N 19 Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, 126 E 3rd St 20 Mount Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave S

FALL CITY • WA 21 Fall City Library, 33415 SE 42nd Pl 22 Fall City Park, 4099 Fall City Carnation Rd SE 23 Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, 36800 SE David Powell Rd 24 Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course, 35109 SE Fish Hatchery Rd 25 Twin Rivers Golf Course, 4446 Preston Fall City Rd SE 26 Fall City Food Pantry, 4326 337th Pl SE Map courtesy of Google Map


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2018 Community Guide and Directory | 27 The Assurance Group 14711 NE 29th Pl Suite 109, Bellevue Karen Nelson (206) 650-8073

Murphy Law Group 46819 SE 154th Court, North Bend John Murphy (206) 940-6502


The Watson Law Firm 22525 SE 64th Place Suite 2044, Issaquah Tom Watson (425) 507-9343


Interior Design Tami Jones Interior Designer Tami Jones (425) 260-1337




INVESTMENTS/ FINANCIAL SERVICES Cutler Investment Group 10900 NE 4th Street Suite 1910, Bellevue Jonas Means (206) 276-2347 jonas@cutler.com

Edward Jones 7329 Better Way SE, A-105, Snoqualmie Vaughn Sherman (425) 888-2068



Luden Consulting, Inc. 43211 SE 174th St, North Bend Ben Faulkner (425) 457-1591 Ben@ludenconsulting.com


BauerCombs Landscape Architecture North Bend Susan Combs Bauer (425) 496-7772 bauercombs@gmail.com


Law Offices of Patricia Army 301 West North Bend Way, Ste 108, North Bend Patricia Army (425) 391-2583 patriciaa@parmylawoffices.com


King County Library System East Region 115 E 4th St, North Bend Michele Drovdahl (425) 888-0784 michdrov@kcls.org


Spacelabs Healthcare 35301 SE Center St., Snoqualmie Janet Story (425) 396-3300 info@spacelabshealthcare.com

Zetec, Inc. 8226 Bracken Place SE, Ste 100, Snoqualmie Tracy Cernich (425) 974-2700 AP-US@Zetec.com


Highlight Group 7829 Center Blvd SE #303, Snoqualmie Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 hello@highlightgroup.com

Mountain View Promotions 1280 Mt. View Blvd. SE, North Bend Tom Hawley (206) 898-7452 tom@mvpromotions.com

Northwest Railway Museum 38625 SE King Street, Snoqualmie Richard Anderson (425) 888-3030 info@trainmuseum.org

Fall City Historical Society PO Box 293, Fall City Ruth Pickering (206) 999-2022 fallcityhistorical@juno.com

American Cancer Society 2120 First Ave N, Seattle Shelly Skaro (206) 674-4105

Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum SE 69th St, Snoqualmie Larry Fischer (425) 831-4445


Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum 320 Bendigo Blvd. S., North Bend Vicki Bettes (425) 888-3200




Big Star Studios 7723 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 corey@bigstarstudios.com


Snoqualmie Valley Record 8124 Falls Ave. SE, Snoqualmie/ 2700 Richards Rd, Bellevue Carrie Rodriquez , Editor (425) 888-2311 (Snoqualmie) (425) 453-4270 (Bellevue) editor@valleyrecord.com


Mountains to Sound Greenway 2701 First Avenue Suite 240, Seattle Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 info@mtsgreenway.org

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank 122 East 3rd Street, North Bend Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832




Eastside Baby Corner 1510 NW Maple Street, Issaquah Helen Banks Routon (425) 865-0234 Encompass 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777 info@encompassnw.org

Mamma’s Hands Snoqualmie Valley Dennis Hancock (425) 657-6499 info@mammashands.org

Mt. Si Food Bank 1550 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend Susann Hussels (425) 888-0096 susann@mtsifb.org

North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. “ North Bend Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535 info@festivalatmtsi.org

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network 31957 E. Commercial St, Carnation Laura Smith (425) 333-6614 svcn@msn.com

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business 249 Main Ave S Ste 107 #301, North Bend Jacqueline Fairbrass, President (206) 883-3482 jacquelinefairbrass@gmail.com

Trail Youth 226 SE N Bend Way, North Bend Tonya Guinn (425) 638-9535 tonya@thetrailyouth.com


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DirtFish Rally School 7001 396th Drive SE, Snoqualmie (425) 888-7715 info@dirtfish.com


North Bend Premium Outlets 461 S Fork Ave SW, E-1, North Bend Ed Huebner (425) 888-4505


Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy 7726 Center Blvd SE, Suite 220, Snoqualmie John Zanas (425) 396-7778


Snoqualmie Physical Therapy 7713 Center Blvd #160, Snoqualmie Katrina Nielsen (425) 434-9607




Claffeys Painting 204 Ballarat Avenue N, North Bend Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634


Dominos 7328 Better way SE, Snoqualmie Tyler Stewart (425) 888-1676 dominos7086@outlook.com



Fetch Your Food Snoqualmie Erica Porter (206) 595-1221 fetchyourfood@gmail.com


Genuine Image Photography Snoqualmie Valley Brenda Franklin (206) 898-1032



Brawner and Company 35030 SE Douglas St Ste110 , Snoqualmie Colleen Burin (425) 296-2736 colleen@jhbrawner.com

Cook Real Estate Services LLC 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend David Cook (425) 922-5395 david@cookreservices.com



Mary Miller Photography 120 W 6th Street, North Bend Mary J. Miller (425) 941-5070

Bobbi Harrison Real Estate Group 7032 Cook Ct SE , Snoqualmie Bobbi Harrison (425) 941-9523

Diego Vitelli - The Cascade Team Real Estate 355 NW Gilman Blvd Ste 101, Issaquah Diego Vitelli (206) 529-7728


Jeff Goble Photography North Bend Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129



Cook Real Estate Services 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend Regina Bronner (206) 947-4462


John Thomas Long Photography Snoqualmie James Long (415) 567-4979

Better Properties Real Estate 202 W North Bend Way Suite C, North Bend Debbie Buffelen

North Bend Montessori, Inc. PO Box 2300, North Bend Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766

Minuteman Press of Issaquah 180 NE Juniper St, Issaquah Damon Garcia (425) 391-4950




CCTV CameraScan 203 West 3rd Street, North Bend Cheryl Schneider (425) 888-9778 rob@cctvcamerascan.com

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John L Scott North Bend 301 West North Bend Way, North Bend Monica Antone (425) 922-2336

Karin Simpson Realtor 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388 ksimpson@cookreservices.com

MK Property Services, LLC 8124 Falls Ave. SE, Snoqualmie Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993 mike@mkps.net

Remax Integrity 208 Main Avenue S, Suite B, North Bend Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 carolwright@remax.net

Rowley Properties, Inc. 1595 NW Gilman Blvd. Ste 1, Issaquah Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 lisa@rowleyproperties.com

Snoqualmie Ridge Office Suites 35302 SE Center St, Snoqualmie Christine Wilcock (425) 201-2006 info@snoqualmieoffices.com

The Cascade Team Snoqualmie 38700 SE River St Suite C-200, Snoqualmie Lisa Scivally (425) 292-6067 lisa@thecascadeteam.com

The Messa Group Real Estate 701 5th Ave Ste 4200, Seattle Alicia Messa (425) 919-9302 homes@themessagroup.com


Jet’s Gymnastics Express North Bend Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 jet@JetsGymnasticsExpress.com




Valley Museums

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Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

Home of the Snoqualmie people for thousands of years, the Snoqualmie Valley has a vibrant history that is shared at the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Situated in a strategic trade and transportation corridor, the Valley has always been an important location for the regional economy, especially as the Snoqualmie Pass provided access for the majority of east/west trade. This trade route has greatly shaped the history of the area. The Snoqualmie Valley Museum has a rich collection of photographs, pioneer artifacts, documents and stories. Visitors to the museum can view a turn-of-the-century kitchen and the 2018 display featuring “Sunset Highway: Foot Path to Freeway,” a journey through the early years of I-90, experiencing its evolution from the footpaths for the Snoqualmie Tribe to the Sunset Highway. Another exhibit displays artifacts and history of the Snoqualmie Tribe. The Museum Farm Shed provides a window display of the history of agriculture in the area. Pioneer toys are handy for the kids to try jacks, jacob’s ladders, tops and meet Fuzzy, the historic bear cub. In addition the museum also offers more than 15 books, magazines and CD’s with local history for purchase. The Snoqualmie Valley Museum, 320 Bendigo Blvd. S. North Bend, is open free to the public 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday,April through October, and noon to 4 p.m. Mondays and Tuesday, November through March. The museum is also open by appointment. Learn more at http://www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org.

Above: The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Left: A historic photo of women at Snoqualmie Falls makes the cover of the museum’s newest book. Bottom: The Northwest Railway Museum offers visitors a visit to the Valley of 100 years ago.

Northwest Railway Museum

All Aboard! The year 2018 is an exciting time to visit the Northwest Railway Museum. Visitors can step back in time to experience rail travel as it used to be aboard the museum’s historic railway cars on a scenic excursion through the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Once again, the Northwest Railway Museum is offering more than just a train ride experience to its visitors and rail fans. Nearly all regular train excursions include a stop at the Railway History Campus, where, as they enter the Train Shed Exhibit Building, guests experience how the railroad changed everything while touring beneath actual rolling stock that is part of the railroading history of the Pacific Northwest. For an even more in-depth look into this history, docent-led premier tours will be available this year. These small, personally led tours include a visit to the historic 1890 Snoqualmie Depot, a shop floor visit to the Conservation and Restoration Center to see the work going on in that unique facility and a tour of the Train Shed including, for the first time, a visit inside both Chapel Car 5 Messenger of Peace and the 001 Caboose. Excursions are two hours long and generally run on weekends through the end of October (excluding two weekends in July during Day Out with Thomas and for other events.) Old favorites such as Railroad Days and Santa Train return with the addition of a Victorian Santa Train day while the Halloween Storytelling Train runs for two full weekends and includes hands-on activities for kids of all ages. The Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls. Visitors explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot while following in the footsteps of travelers who have passed through its doors since 1890. They also experience travel before the age of Interstate highways and the excitement of a working railroad with all of its bells and whistles. Passengers board the train in Snoqualmie, 38625 SE King Street, beginning at 11 a.m., or in North Bend, 205 E. McClellan Street beginning at 11:30 a.m. Admission is:  $10 for children, $16 seniors, $20 adults, and children under 2 ride free. For information, visit www.trainmuseum.org or call (425) 888-3030.

Museum on track to restore train car

The Northwest Railway Museum recently acquired a 110-year-old electric train car. Built in 1907, the Interurban Car 523 is the last-known surviving Puget Sound Electric Rail Interurban car. Car 523 began its run at the electric railway as a parlor car, but eventually was outfitted with its own electric engine. Interurban cars connected the urban centers to the outlying communities, including Seattle, Tacoma, Auburn, Milton and Fife. The museum plans to restore the car to get it running on the tracks alongside their previous restoration project, the Messenger of Peace Chapel Car. Left: A look inside the Interurban car 523. Restoration is estimated to cost $650,000.

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Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe

8102 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Marsha Harris (425) 292-0624 snofallscandyshoppe@outlook.com The Riverbend Cafe

14303 436th Ave SE, North Bend Rich Maki (425) 888-6600 riverbendcafe@hotmail.com The Swirl LLC

425 Main Ave S, North Bend Tamara Davidson (425) 292-0909 theswirlllc@gmail.com

Wildflower Wine Shop

112 W 2nd Street North Bend Kimberlea Miller (425) 292-0647



Pro Ski and Mountain Service

108 West North Bend Way, North Bend Martin Volken (425) 888-6397 info@proskiservice.com


Snoqualmie Valley School District #410

PO Box 400, Snoqualmie Kim Roeber (425) 831-8000



Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul

35501 SE Douglas Street, Snoqualmie Ron Davis (425) 396-1410 info@snoqualmieridgestorage.com


Mt. Si Senior Center

411 Main Ave South, North Bend Susan Kingsbury-Comeau (425) 888-3434 susan@mtsiseniorcenter.org


Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC

North Bend (425) 831-1781



460 East North Bend Way, North Bend Zach Stratton (971) 258-1193 zach.stratton@fredmeyer.com Safeway


Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley

PO Box 852, North Bend Carlos de Imus (425) 888-2068

34812 SE Douglas St, Snoqualmie Casey Henriksen (425) 831-0376


Verizon A Wireless Retailer

North Bend Dick Ryon raryon@comcast.net


7802 Center Blvd SE Suite A, Snoqualmie Rob Sullivan (425) 292-5039


Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley


Gateway Gas and Deli

8030 Douglas Ave SE, Snoqualmie Byeong Jo (425) 292-0934


Waste Management

P.O. Box 2238, North Bend Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482


Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business jacquelinefairbrass@gmail.com


Friends of Youth

7972 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie Terry Pottmeyer (425) 869-6490

info@friendsofyouth.org Old Friends Club

PO Box 2472, Kirkland Karen Koenig (425) 681-9776 karen@oldfriendsclub.org


G & S Services

PO Box 990, North Bend George Wyrsch (425) 922-2279



D Square Energy Systems

1546 Boalch Ave NW, Suite 70, North Bend Todd Plant (425) 888-2882


720 4th Ave Suite 400, Kirkland Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164 wibersho@wm.com

North Bend Visitor Information Center

250 Bendigo Blvd S, North Bend (425) 292-0260


Convergence Zone Cellars 10808 428th Ave. SE, North Bend Scott Greenberg (425) 233-5638 scott@czcellars.com

William Grassie Wine Estates 35922 SE 46th St, Fall City William Grassie (425) 974-5808 Bill@WMGrassieWines.com


Mount Si Winery 8463 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie Tami Agnew (206) 992-6033 tamiagnew@gmail.com

Pearl and Stone Wine Co

43015 SE 114th Street, North Bend Rob Wesorick (425) 395-4011 info@pearlandstonewine.com

Puget Sound Energy Bellevue David Hoffman (425) 462-3820

Sigillo Cellars, LLC

Sallal Water Association


PO Box 378, North Bend Denny Scott (425) 888-3650 Denny@sallal.com

Tanner Electric Cooperative 45710 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 mail@tannerelectric.coop

8086 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Mike Seal (425) 292-0754

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Snoqualmie Valley Schools

Above: Snoqualmie Valley School District kindergartners enjoy a lesson on their first day of school. Below: 2018 Snoqualmie Valley School Board representatives from left are: standing, Directors Dan Popp, Melissa Johnson, Geoff Doy, Carolyn Simpson, Gary Fancher and Superintendent Joel Aune. Seated: Student Representatives Mallory Golic and Chirag Vedullapalli.

Snoqualmie Valley School District 8001 Silva Ave SE, Snoqualmie www.svsd410.org Superintendent Joel Aune (425) 831-8000

Welcome to the Snoqualmie Valley School District. Located in the scenic Cascade Mountain foothills, the District encompasses over 400 square miles, serving families in Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City and surrounding areas of unincorporated King County. The District offers high quality education to approximately 7,000 students in ten schools. The District’s mission is to prepare all students for college, careers, and citizenship. Snoqualmie Valley schools offer rigorous academic curriculum, career education training, extracurricular experiences, extensive technology resources, hands-on STEM education and student support services. Through a partnership between the District, Chamber of Commerce and Snoqualmie Valley Community Network, a new program was started in 2017 called Career Exploration Fridays; this offers students opportunities to tour local businesses to learn first-hand about career options. The District has a commitment to school improvement and views great teaching as the key to educational excellence. Educators receive progressive professional development, instructional coaching support from peer mentors and technology training to help them maximize the potential of students. In recent years, assessment results and the number of students choosing rigorous academic courses have trended upward. The graduation rate for the Class of 2016 was 91 percent districtwide (95 percent at Mount Si High School). Thanks to the community’s support of school bonds and levies, the District is expanding school facilities and improving its programs to serve a growing student population. State-of-the-art security systems have been installed throughout Snoqualmie Valley schools, and a new elementary school was opened in 2016. Construction also continues to rebuild, expand and modernize Mount Si High School. By fall of 2019, the new facility will serve grades 9-12 and the current Freshman Campus will be converted to a third middle school. To learn more, explore the district website at www.svsd410.org, visit a school, or stop by the district’s historic administration building, located at 8001 Silva Ave SE, Snoqualmie.

Cascade View Elementary School

Snoqualmie Elementary School

Mount Si High School

Fall City Elementary School

Timber Ridge Elementary School

Mount Si Freshman Campus

34816 SE Ridge St. Snoqualmie http://cves.svsd410.org (425) 831-4100 33314 SE 42nd Street Fall City http://fces.svsd410.org (425) 831-4000

North Bend Elementary School 400 East Third Street North Bend http://nbes.svsd410.org (425) 831-8400

Opstad Elementary School

1345 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend http://oes.svsd410.org (425) 831-8300

39801 SE Park St., Snoqualmie http://ses.svsd410.org (425) 831-8050

34412 SE Swenson Drive Snoqualmie http://tres.svsd410.org (425) 831-3825

Chief Kanim Middle School

32627 Redmond-Fall City Rd. Fall City http://ckms.svsd410.org (425) 831-8225

Twin Falls Middle School

46910 S.E. Middle Fork Rd, North Bend http://tfms.svsd410.org (425) 831-4150

8651 Meadowbrook Way SE, Snoqualmie http://mshs.svsd410.org (425) 831-8100 9200 Railroad Ave S.E. Snoqualmie http://mshs.svsd410.org (425) 831-8450

Two Rivers School

330 Ballarat Ave. N., North Bend http://trs.svsd410.org (425) 831-4200

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Arts Entertainment:

Arts organizations and live theaters showcase local talent


noqualmie Valley communities may be modest in size, but our local arts culture is alive and thriving, with arts organizations throughout the Valley.

Take Center Stage

Valley Center Stage is an all-volunteer-run community theater proudly producing quality live theater in North Bend for about 14 years. The theater aims to build community through the art and strives to be a welcoming place for new actors, volunteers and audience members alike. Producing an eclectic selection of plays from contemporary to classic, Valley Center Stage seeks to engage the audience in shows that entertain, make the audience laugh, think and feel. Recent productions include “Caps for Sale!,” Courtesy Photo “The Mystery of Irma Vep — A Penny Dreadful,”“Jake’s Women,”“Open House,” From left, Jenifer Gillis-Refenbery, René Schuchter and Bella Branson and “A Christmas Carol.” in “Jake’s Women.” The theater is located in a cozy space at 119 W North Bend Way, North Bend,on the second floor of the Mason Lodge. The theater is handicapped accessible. For more information, visit www.valleycenterstage.org.

Jazz Clubs NW

Jazz Clubs NW, the new name for the Boxley Music Fund, is still bringing live music to North Bend weekly, with special events planned each spring and fall. If you miss the Jazz Walk in April or the Blues Walk in September, you can still catch live jazz most nights at Piccola Cellars, located in the old North Bend fire hall. Visit www.jazzclubsnw.org/northbend for the schedule of performers.

Theater in the Woods

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater is a symbiosis of nature and musical theater. The outdoor family venue is surrounded by 95 acres of woods. The land provides the setting for theater, while the shows provide funding for stewardship of the land. Since the original plays in the 60s, minimalistic sets and performances have evolved into professional level musical productions. Learn more at, www.foresttheater.org.

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A drawing workshop at the Art Gallery of SnoValley.

Mount Si Artist Guild and Art Gallery of SnoValley

Feeling creative? The Mt. Si Artist Guild and Gallery may be just what you need to explore that feeling, in a friendly environment. The non-profit guild has two major components, the guild, and the gallery. The guild was formed in 2008 with a focus on education and a desire to foster visual fine arts. Low to no-cost workshops and demonstrations are offered monthly in a variety of media and art forms. Find a list of upcoming workshops at www.mtsiartistguild.org. The Art Gallery of SnoValley, a collective of the guild, opened in 2016 on Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie. It is open Tuesday through Sunday, displaying a variety of juried work by artists primarily from North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall. If you come by on a Thursday you will see artists in action during the open studio. Whether you are an artist, an art enthusiast, a novice or just curious, come in to the gallery, 8130 SE Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie to explore local art. Learn more at www.artgalleryofsnovalley.com.

Fall City Arts

Fall City Arts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing culture and awareness of the arts to a diverse and growing community. Working in collaboration with other cities, organizations, businesses, farmers and schools, the organization seeks to provide access to events, promote local artists, and encourage individuals to become more involved in their community. Fall City Arts began around 1998, with Leigh Falconer as president. Their first goal was to bring in a broad range of professional programs from outside the Snoqualmie Valley. In its first year, Fall City Arts funded two performances for the public. Each year the seasons grew to involve more and more programs, to today’s schedule of about six key events each year and many smaller ones. Learn more at www.fallcityarts.com.

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Business Education Opportunities Connect Our Community

Business Workshops at Umpqua Held at the Umpqua Community Room in North Bend, The Business Workshop is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Umpqua Bank. Attend, free of charge, on the first Wednesday of each month (September - June) from 11:30 a.m. through 1 p.m. This business education opportunity offers a rotating roster of local experts who share practical ideas to increase value, manage risk and gain a competitive edge. The format is both interactive and collaborative, leaving attendees with at least one immediately implementable nugget to grow their business!

Business Mini-Academy at Snoqualmie City Hall

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Business Mini-Academy sessions are held the third Thursday of the month, October through May.

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce provides opportunities for business owners to connect and learn in a friendly environment. To join, visit www.snovalley.org. and check out the calendar of events.

Held at Snoqualmie City Hall on the third Thursday of each month (October - May) between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm, the Business Mini-Academy is a structured series of 8 workshops, combined with a monthly post-workshop group coaching call, designed to help owners define their success, increase revenue and profit, create an inspired and productive team of employees, and help owners build the company of their dreams while having more fun. This group learning experience is led by chamber board member Earl Bell (EARLBELL.com) and provides a deeper opportunity to learn, connect and engage with business owners just like you! The mini-academy is a complimentary benefit provided to all Chamber of Commerce members. Non-members are welcome to attend for $97 per session.

Valley Shuttle (King County METRO) Welcome to life in the Valley! You simply couldn’t pick a lovelier place with nicer people. At least, we at Snoqualmie Valley Transportation think so. As part of Mt. Si Senior Center, Snoqualmie Valley Transportation operates small, 10-12 passenger buses for all riders ages 13 and older. Children younger than 13 must be accompanied by an older person. Call (425) 888-7001 or check out www.svtbus.org. Snoqualmie Valley Transportation is here to help you get around, Monday through Friday, in case you • Don’t feel like driving • Think buses are way cooler than cars (they are) • Want to be environmentally friendly • Don’t want to own, insure and maintain more than one car • Are getting your eyes dilated and can’t drive • Just can’t stand driving in the dark • Can’t drive for any other reason

Whatever your reason, we’re here for you.

Types of weekday service include regular bus service, called Valley Shuttle, to and from the Metro stops between North Bend and Duvall on a regular schedule, every 90 minutes, for a $1 suggested donation; door-to-door service for riders in the cities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Preston for $1 per ride; and two

circulator buses traveling a downtown loop between North Bend and Snoqualmie once per hour, and the Cedar Falls Loop which covers the area between North Bend and the neighborhoods of Wilderness Rim and Riverbend six times a day.

ADDITIONAL TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES: Snoqualmie Metro: kingcounty.gov/metro/svt Valley Shuttle Timetable: SVTbus.org Transit Trip Planner: kingcounty.gov/tripplanner (use code SVT for the Valley Shuttle)

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Help is here

Sometimes, neighbors need help making ends meet or are dealing with emergencies. Several organizations in and around the Snoqualmie Valley are ready to help.

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank

At Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, they believe that everyone deserves the right to access healthy fresh food. They have a significant role in the stability and health of our community and the people they serve. Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank has a Resource Office with knowledgeable staff who meet one-on-one with clients to assist with employment, housing, food stamps and more. They also partner with other agencies and organizations to bring even more resources to our community. At Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, they believe working together makes us stronger and allows everyone an opportunity to meet their potential and live a healthy life. The food bank distributes food, 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays, for all clients; and from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mondays for seniors only. No appointment is needed. Donations can be made at the food bank Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; and Thursdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Resource Office is open Monday through Wednesday. Operating hours are 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. Additional times available by appointment. If you are interested in supporting the food bank’s vision to lead the effort

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Above: During the Mount Si Food Bank’s open house last November, volunteers opened the food bank up for the evening hours, while guests explored the food bank, asked questions, and experienced shopping at the food bank as aclient would. Below: The Adra P. Berry Memorial Food Bank in Preston. to feed, educate and advocate ending hunger in the Snoqualmie Valley, contact them to schedule a tour. The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is at 122 E, Third St., North Bend. Call (425)-888-7832 or or visit snoqualmievalleyfoodbank.org.

Mount Si Food Bank

Mt Si Food Bank provides food and related services to individuals and families in need every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. The organization, located at 1550 Boalch Ave. NW, North Bend, strives to help people remain self-sufficient in the community and to maintain a sense of individual worth and dignity. Learn more at www.mtsifoodbank. org.

Adra P. Berry Memorial Food Bank

The Adra P. Berry Memorial Food Bank is an outreach ministry of Raging River Community Church in Preston. Recognizing the needs of people in the Valley for food, the food bank was started in the early 1970s by members of the church.

Anyone is welcome to visit the food back on Thursday afternoons between the hours of 3 and 4 p.m., for the weekly food distribution. The food bank is located at 31104 SE 86th St. in Preston. Everyone is welcome. The food bank accepts non-perishable food donations and financial contributions. “It is a blessing to be able to serve the community this way,” said Pastor Roy Peacock. For more information, call (425) 222-5573.

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Friends of Youth

Friends of Youth’s mission is to partner with youth and families to provide the relationships, resources and skills they need to attain personal growth and success. Their vision is for all youth to have every opportunity to succeed.

Eastside Baby Corner

Eastside Baby Corner supports 191 family-service programs within 56 partner agencies which directly assist children and parents living in poverty or crisis. Through this network of programs, more than 800 children each week get the essentials they need for healthy development. Eastside Baby Corner is the only organization in greater east and north King County, south Snohomish County, and in the West Sound region, to provide this service for children who are living at or below the poverty level. EBC works as a safety net for both the family-assistance providers and for the families they help. Diapers, formula, car seats, warm coats, clothes for growing kids, or a crib for a newborn are the really basic, fundamental things parents need. EBC takes in donations of children’s clothing and goods from the community, purchases baby food, formula, car seats, pack-n-play beds and diapers, and today annually distributes about $4.5 million worth of goods directly to provider partners. About 86 percent of what is given out are new or gently used goods donated by the community. Volunteers donate an average of more than 2,500 hours each month, including 80-plus core volunteers and community volunteers. The organization was born in 1990 when Karen Ridlon, a local pediatric nurse practitioner, became concerned about the large numbers of babies in her practice begin-

ning life without adequate food, clothing, beds or safety equipment. With a few small items, and an unheated donated storage unit, the organization began distributing donated items to public health nurses in Bellevue and Issaquah and to the Issaquah Food Bank. Eastside Baby Corner is non-sectarian and non-partisan, providing resources to all children in need, from birth to age 12, regardless of their religious, ethnic or other affiliations. Visit EBC at 1510 NW Maple St., Issaquah, or online at babycorner.org.

Fall City Food Pantry

The Food Pantry is a nonprofit, volunteersupported program hosted by the Fall City United Methodist Church, 4326 337th Place SE, Fall City. The pantry is open the first and third Wednesday of each month. The pantry provides non-perishable foods, fresh vegetables and fruits as well as hygiene products to individuals and families who live in the communities located in the Snoqualmie Valley. Their mission, “to fight hunger in our community in a manner that respects the dignity of those we serve,” drives all they do. All clients are served without prejudice or promotion of any faith. Supported by generous donations from individual community members, businesses, groups and local municipalities, the pantry also partners with Northwest Harvest and Eastside Baby Corner. For more information, to volunteer or to contribute, visit fallcityfoodpantry.org .

Since 1986, Friends of Youth has offered counseling and support services to youth and their families in the Snoqualmie school community. Their services include mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, parenting education and support, drop-out prevention and academic support and home visiting and early learning for young parents. For more information, visit friendsofyouth.org


Hopelink helps low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities with food, shelter, family development and stabilization, transportation and adult literacy skills. The Sno-Valley center in Carnation serves the area north of I-90 and east through Skykomish. To learn more, visit the website at hopelink.org or call 425-869-6000.

Mamma’s Hands

The mission at Mamma’s Hands and is to help those in crisis regain their self respect and help them become productive members of society. The organization provides people the support and direction they need to become productive members of society. Mamma’s Hands’ vision is hope in every individual. They do this through two programs: The Phone Home program and the House of Hope program. Phone Home aims to reconnect and reunite the homeless living on the streets with their families across the country. House of Hope helps mothers in crisis find their way—to be the best they

can be, for themselves and for their children. For more information, visit www.mammashands.org.

Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter

The Valley Renewal Center is made up of Snoqualmie Valley community members who have a passion for helping the local homeless population connect with the care and services they need. Through the Valley Renewal Center, two programs are available to local residents, a day center, where people can access services and resources, come in to warm up and relax for few hours, and an overnight shelter, providing a warm, safe place to sleep, access to resources, plus a hot meal and breakfast. Each year, the winter shelter is hosted by local churches in North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City. The shelter opens nightly from 8:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. and serves men, women and families. Visit valleyrenewalcenter.com for more information.

The Trail Youth

The Trail Youth in North Bend is a nonprofit organization that seeks to build bridges between youth and the many resources available to them. The organization helps youth, ages 13-19, who are facing some form of trauma by promoting stable, nurturing relationships with mentors and promoting a safe, healing environment through a youth coffee shop. The Trail Youth’s program is designed after the life coaching system. Their focus is on the future, while addressing the past and meeting the needs of the present. Their goal is to be a trusted community safe place that is known for empowering youth and decreasing the impact of trauma. For more information, visit www. thetrailyouth.com.

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Reasons to ♥ the Valley Snoqualmie Falls

Wild Hare Vintage, Snoqualmie

♥ Trails

Snoqualmie Casino

♥ Elk are all over the

place, but especially visible at dawn and dusk. See the local herd at Meadowbrook Farm and Interpretive center.

♥ Kayaking for all skill

levels, from beginners to veterans, on the Snoqualmie River's Middle Fork and Rattlesnake Lake.

♥ Twin Peaks lives on in

the Valley, where superfans gather every summer for the Twin Peaks Festival. And the original series was filmed right here, of course.

♥ Wineries —The Snoqualmie Valley is home to a growing number of local wineries and tasting rooms, catering to all palates. The grapes come from Eastern Washington, but they’re blended and bottled much closer to home. Area winemakers

♥ favor the Old World styles in the Valley, but you’ll also find such modern influences as Piccola Cellars draft wine tasting room.

♥ Mount Si changes

color with the season and the time of day.

♥ Historic trains and a 120-year-old depot at the Northwest Railway Museum in downtown Snoqualmie, plus on special weekends all season, the unforgettable sound of a steam train whistle. ♥ Farmer's markets at

North Bend's Si View Community Center (Thursdays) and downtown Carnation (Tuesdays) have plenty of fresh local produce and homegrown entertainment.

♥ Vegas-style glitz at the Snoqualmie Casino. Thousands of games, a cigar bar, national comedy and music acts, box-

Twede’s Cafe, North Bend

ing, and plenty of dining options can be found here.

♥ Berry pies galore, plus steam train rides, a hay maze and petting zoo at Carnation's Remlinger Farms. It’s an old-fashioned way to spend the day. ♥ Amazing vistas at Snoqualmie Falls, Rattlesnake Ledge and Snoqualmie Point Park. ♥ Watch fireworks from Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation during the town's Fourth of July celebration. ♥ Appetites are un-

leashed annually in the pie-eating contest at the Festival at Mount Si. Chefs compete in the berry dessert and chili cook-off throw-downs.

♥ Giggles for all ages at Fall City's Duck Derby.

Watch rubber duckies race down the river in this short, but gripping contest helping local schools.

Snoqualmie to compete for cash and the coolest tournament attire ever, a leather bomber jacket

♥ Community Spirit: We know we’re lucky to have such outstanding community volunteers here, and we go out of our way to make sure they know it, too.

♥ Quirky local shops. With specialty shops like Corners Gift Shop, Carmichael’s True Value Hardware, Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts, Wild Hare Vintage, Birches Habitat there’s always

♥ Floating. Local rivers provide the perfect retreat when the weather gets warm. All you need is a life jacket and an inner tube to spend a day blissfully drifting on many spots of the Snoqualmie River. One of the most popular stretches, because of the easy access, starts below Snoqualmie Falls at the Plum 1 boat launch. ♥ The annual Boeing Classic stop on the PGA Tournament of Champions brings top golfers to

something to catch your eye and make you smile as you walk our downtowns.

♥ The Valley has numerous trails and the significant soft-surface trail system on Snoqualmie Ridge links many neighborhoods and open spaces. There’s something for everyone, from hikers and backpackers, to mountain bikers and equestrians.

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Where to Eat

The Valley has fare to fit every appetite, from upscale fast food found to fine dining , plus everything in between.

Snoqualmie The BindleStick

Coffee and beer., small menu of wild and wacky (but delicious) paninis 8010 Railroad Ave, Snoqualmie (425) 888-0259

café minee

Seattle, fresh bakeries made with quality ingredients, natural flavors and love 8150 Railroad Ave SE Ste B , Snoqualmie (425) 223-9889

Salish Lodge & Spa

Luxury resort and spa perched atop Snoqualmie Falls 6501 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie (800) 272-5474

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe

North Bend Mt Si Pub

Small local pub serving beer, wine, spirits and food. 45530 SE North Bend Way, North Bend (425) 831-6155

The Riverbend Cafe

Flavorful comfort food with fresh, local ingredients. 14303 436th Ave SE North Bend (425) 888-6600

Roaring River Bed & Breakfast

A hot breakfast will be delivered to your door in a beautiful picnic basket. 46715 SE 129th St, North Bend (425) 888-4834

The Riverbend Cafe, North Bend

Sigillo Cellars, LLC

Wildflower Wine Shop

Dedicated to Washington wines, local, organic food 112 W 2nd Street, North Bend (425) 292-0647

Local winery’s tasting room, serving a portfolio of Bordeaux and Rhône varietals. 8086 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie (425) 292-0754

Fall City

Snoqualmie Casino

Award-winning restaurant featuring fresh regional dishes, topped off by a small hotel. 4200 Preston Fall City Road SE, Fall City (425) 222-4800

The Snoqualmie Casino features a variety of restaurants. 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie (425) 888-1234

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company

A brewery and taproom with outstanding beers, seasonal and special brews, pub food. 8032 Falls Ave, Snoqualmie (425) 831-2357 (Taproom)

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe

An old-time candy shop with bulk and specialty candies, an ice cream parlor and café 8102 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie (425) 292-0624

The Roadhouse Restaurant & Inn

The Roadhouse Restaurant & Inn, Fall City

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Snoqualmie Tribe The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has lived in the Snoqualmie Valley since time immemorial and consists of approximately 500 members. The tribe is federally recognized and had more signatures than any other on the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, which reserved fishing rights and reservations for Washington tribes. The Tribe is governed by a constitution and tribal council: Tribal council members are: Chairwoman Jolene Williams Vice Chair Lois Sweet Dorman Secretary Alisa Burley Treasurer Suzanne Sailto Honorable Lifetime Elder Katherine Barker Council members Bob de los Angeles, Steve de los Angeles, Michael Ross, Danniel Willoughby, Richard Zambrano Council alternate Wes Willoughby Chiefs Andy de los Angeles, Nathan

Courtesy photo

The Snoqualmie Tribal Council.

(Pat) Barker The Tribe owns and operates the following facilities which are open to the public: Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store; Snoqualmie Casino (the Valley’s largest employer);

Snoqualmie Casino Snoqualmie Casino is Seattle’s closest full-service casino, located just 30 minutes from downtown. In a spectacular Northwest setting, Snoqualmie Casino combines breathtaking views in a sophisticated gaming facility, complete with 55 classic table games – including Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat – 1,700 state-of-the-art slot machines and a five-table poker room.

North Bend Health Clinic. The Tribe supports the Snoqualmie Valley community where it has donated nearly $2 million to non-profit organizations since 2010. For more information visit snoqualmietribe.us.

Contacts Administration Office: (425) 8886551 Snoqualmie Casino: (425) 888-1234 North Bend Health Clinic: (425) 888-5511 Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store: (425) 888-3071

Snoqualmie Casino serves up high quality amenities such as a cigar lounge, a popular concert venue featuring all-star acts and diverse dining. The first acts in the 2018 Summer Concert Series have been announced, with Ann Wilson of Heart kicking things off July 6. The series will return this year to the outdoor Mountain View Plaza with views of Snoqualmie Valley, Mount Si, and the Cascades. Ticket prices start at $25 per person and are available at snotickets.com. Tickets can also be purchased at Snoqualmie Casino’s box office. Must be 21 and over to attend. Additional summer concert series acts to be announced soon. For more information regarding these and other events at Snoqualmie Casino, visit snocasino.com/entertainment. Ann Wilson When: Friday, July 6 at 8 p.m. Air Supply When: Saturday, July 7 at 8 p.m. Trace Adkins When: Saturday, July 21 at 8 p.m. Roger Hodgson: The voice of Supertramp When: Saturday, July 28 at 8 p.m.

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Alphabetical Chamber Membership Listings A to Zzz Dental

Bella Vita Spa and Salon

Cascade Golf Course

Costco Member

Acacia Hair Salon Rene Howell (425) 396-7036

Better Properties Real Estate

Cascade Team Snoqualmie, The

Cutler Investment Group

Advanced Anesthesia Services

Big Star Studios

CCTV CameraScan Cheryl Schneider (425) 888-9778

Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230 Dentists, Health & Wellness, Health Care

Beauty Salons, Beauty Products

Allyn Wilcock (425) 615-6100 Health Care Agape Chiropractic Healing Center

Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 Chiropractors All Service Glass

Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122 Glass , Auto Repair, Professional Services American Cancer Society

Shelly Skaro (206) 674-4105 Non-profit Organizations

Art Gallery of SnoValley, a Mt Si Artist Guild Collective

Gayll Morrison (425) 213-9321 Art Assurance Group, The

Karen Nelson (206) 650-8073 Insurance Attorney Daniel Findley

Dan Findley (206) 689-2127 Attorneys AtWork!

Wally Tallbit (425) 274-4000 Community Organizations Balancing Life, LLC

Monica Lynne (425) 922-1499 Health & Wellness Bartell Drugs

Taylor Isenhour (425) 363-6045 Health & Wellness BauerCombs Landscape Architecture

Susan Combs Bauer (425) 496-7772 Landscaping Beauvais, Sue

Sue Beauvais (425) 890-2038 Individual, Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business Member

Pepper Allphin (425) 888-4888 Beauty Salons

Debbie Buffelen Real Estate

Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 Music, Arts and Entertainment

Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653 Golf, Outdoor Recreation

Lisa Scivally (425) 292-6067 Real Estate

Professional Services

Laurie Brese (425) 313-0965 x226 Grocery Stores, Retail Jonas Means (206) 276-2347 Investments/Financial Services

D Square Energy Systems

Todd Plant (425) 888-2882 Utilities Dark Horse Ink

Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555 Clothing

BindleStick, The (425) 888-0259

City of North Bend

Coffee Houses, Beer, Where to Meet

Susie Oppedal (425) 888-1211 City Governments, City Offices

Birches Habitat

City of Snoqualmie

Diego Vitelli - The Cascade Team Real Estate

Bobbi Harrison Real Estate Group

Claffeys Painting

DirtFish Rally School

Cleaning Authority, The


CLG Employer Resources LLC

Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts

Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, The

Duvall Chamber of Commerce

Color Me Mine of Snoqualmie


Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 Gifts, Art, Clothing, Home Decor, Retail

Bobbi Harrison 425-941-9523 Real Estate Brawner and Company

Colleen Burin (425) 296-2736 Real Estate Brown & Sterling P.S.

Jaime Cole (425) 222-6374 Attorneys, Legal Services Bybee Farms

Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 Farms, Event Facilities, Outdoor Recreation cafĂŠ minee Sang Kim (425) 223-9889


Carmichael’s True Value Hardware

Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 Hardware, Building Materials, Gifts Carnation Chamber of Commerce

(425) 829-3165 Chamber, Non-profit, Visitor Information Carriage Insurance Agency

Jody Carr (425) 888-5066 Insurance

Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair

Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 Auto Repair, Rec Vehicles-Storage/Repair

James Mayhew (425) 888-1555 City Governments, City Offices Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634 Painting, Home Care Services Paul McMahon (425) 292-9643 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services

Anessa Brechbiel (425) 391-4141 Insurance

Meredith Weeks (425) 396-6000 Golf, Event Facilities

Chennal Darcy (425) 292-3697 Arts and Entertainment, Event Facilities Convergence Zone Cellars

Scott Greenberg (425) 233-5638 Wine

Cook Real Estate Services LLC

David Cook (425) 922-5395 Real Estate

Cook Real Estate Services

Regina Bronner (206) 947-4462 Real Estate Corners Gift Shop Peggy Lefley (425) 888-2488

Gifts, Retail

Diego Vitelli (206) 529-7728 Real Estate

(425) 888-7715 Outdoor Recreation, Biking, Car Racing Tyler Stewart (425) 888-1676 Pizza

Alice Friedel (425) 831-1772 Florists, Art, Gifts, Home Decor, Retail

Chamber Admin (425) 788-9182 Chamber, Non-profit, Visitor Information Earl Bell (206) 420-5946 Professional Services Eastside Baby Corner

Helen Banks Routon (425) 865-0234 Non Profits, Youth and Senior Support Eastside Psychological Associates

Alisa Burpee (425) 292-3318 Health Care, Counseling Edward Jones

Vaughn Sherman (425) 888-2068 Investments/Financial Services Encompass

Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777 Preschools & Childcare, Non-profit

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Healing Garden Day Spa, The

Fall City Historical Society

Heirloom Cookshop

Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250 Engineering, Professional Services Ruth Pickering (206) 999-2022 Museum, Historical Attractions

Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC

Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482 Health & Wellness, SV Women in Business Fetch Your Food

Erica Porter (206) 595-1221 Pet Supplies Fire District #38

Chris Dahline (425) 392-3433 Government, Emergency Services Friends of Youth

Terry Pottmeyer (425) 869-6490 Social Svcs, Youth and Senior Support G & S Services

George Wyrsch (425) 922-2279 Towing, Service Stations Gateway Gas and Deli

Byeong Jo (425) 292-0934 Service Stations Genuine Image Photography

Brenda Franklin (206) 898-1032 Photography, Marketing

Heather Ryan (425) 292.0402 Health & Wellness

Kristen Schumacher (206) 227-3000 Catering Heritage Bank

Sandy Ramsey (425) 394-4450 Banks Highlight Group

Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 Marketing, Consultants, Professional Svcs Hilton Garden Inn/ Homewood Suites Seattle/ Issaquah

Lisa Shennum (425) 837-3600 / (425) 391-4000 Accommodations Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC

(425) 831-1781 Septic

Huntington Learning Center

Sariya Rashid (425) 292-3664 Academic Tutoring Jeff Goble Photography

Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129 Photography

Goddard School, The

Jet’s Gymnastics Express

Gordon Construction

John Day Homes, Inc.

GYMGUYZ East King County

John L Scott North Bend

Hallamore Homes Inc

John L Scott - Snoqualmie Valley Property Management ‘’Sig’’ Seglinda Jones (425) 888-3717

Julio Ibarra (425) 381-4185 Child Care, Preschools & Childcare Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570 Construction Kevin Poskitt (206) 972-0250 Fitness Center

Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 Construction Hankins, Susan

Susan Hankins (425) 888-4410 Individual Hauglie Insurance Agency

Kevin Hauglie (425) 222-5881 Insurance, SV Women in Business

Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 Recreation, Arts and Entertainment Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901 Construction Monica Antone (425) 922-2336 Real Estate

Real Estate

Key Bank

Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000 Banks, SV Women in Business King County Library System East Region Michele Drovdahl (425) 888-0784


King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert

Kathy Lambert (206) 477-1003 Government

Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386

MK Property Services, LLC

Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993 Real Estate Mosaic Catering

Bill Pritchard (425) 221-1064 Caterers, Catering Mt. Si Food Bank

Susann Hussels (425) 888-0096 Non-profit Organizations Mount Si Golf Course

Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley

Mt. Si Pub


Carlos de Imus (425) 888-2068 Service Clubs

Scott Barter (425) 391-4926 Golf, Outdoor Recreation, Where to Meet Rob Sherard (425) 831-6155 Beer, Bars, Wine Mt. Si Senior Center

Krona & Krona CPA’s

John Krona (425) 888-0916 Accountants

Susan Kingsbury-Comeau (425) 888-3434 Senior Center, Social Services

Law Offices of Patricia Army

Mt Si Sports + Fitness

Patricia Army (425) 391-2583 Legal Services

Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782 Fitness Center, Health & Wellness

Luden Consulting, Inc.

Mount Si Winery

Ben Faulkner (425) 457-1591 IT Solutions

Tami Agnew (206) 992-6033 Wineries

Mary Miller Photography

Mountain View Promotions

Mary J. Miller (425) 941-5070 Photography

Tom Hawley (206) 898-7452 Marketing

McClellan Building, LLC

Mountains to Sound Greenway

Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135 Developers McNeely, Gloria

Gloria McNeely (425) 677-7467 Individual Mamma’s Hands

Dennis Hancock (425) 657-6499 Non-profit/Community Organizations Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic

Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 Health Care, Emergency Services

Kelly R. Garwood, DDS

Messa Group Real Estate, The Alicia Messa (425) 919-9302

Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 Dentists

Damon Garcia (425) 391-4950 Printing

Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS NB Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896

Karin Simpson Realtor

(425) 387-3388 Real Estate

Minuteman Press of Issaquah

Real Estate

Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 Non-profit Organizations Mumma Associates Insurance Duane Mumma (425) 455-1406


Murphy Law Group

John Murphy (206) 940-6502 Legal Services, Attorneys Nelson, Blair, Langer & Engle PLLC

Elizabeth LePley (425) 394-4117 Attorneys New Legends

Chelley Patterson (425) 533-1833 Consultants

2018 Community Guide and Directory | 41 Nintendo of America Inc. Sharon Wiltshire (425) 882-2040


Nor West RV Park

Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 Accommodations, Where To Stay North Bend Ace Hardware Gordon Gaub (425) 888-1242


North Bend Automotive

(425) 888-4522 Auto Repair

North Bend Chevrolet Jason Fraser (425) 888-0781

Auto Sales, Auto Repair

North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Fitness Matthew Miller (425) 888-3600

Chiropractors, Health & Wellness

North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535

Non-profit Organizations

North Bend Montessori, Inc. Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766

Preschools & Childcare, Schools North Bend Premium Outlets Ed Huebner (425) 888-4505

Outlet Mall, Retail

North Bend Visitor Information Center & Mountain View Gallery

Deborah Doy (425) 292-0260 Art, Visitor Information Centers Northwest Premium Services

Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services Northwest Railway Museum

Richard Anderson (425) 888-3030 Museum, Entertainment, Historic Train Old Friends Club

Karen Koenig (425) 681-9776 Social Services Opus Bank

David Snow (425) 831-1761 Banks

Overlake Hospital Medical Center Daniel Craven (425) 688-5605

Health Care, Emergency Services

Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy John Zanas (425) 396-7778

Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness Pearl and Stone Wine Co.

Rob Wesorick (425) 395-4011 Wineries

Perteet, Inc. Rahmi Kutsal, PE (425) 888-5825

Engineering, Consultants

Pineapple Life Yoga and Barre Studio

Desiree Adams (206) 234-3300 Fitness Center Preiser Consultants

Randall Preiser (813) 541-9759 Consultants Primary Care Hospital Clinic

(425) 831-2333 Health Care

Pro Ski and Mountain Service

Martin Volken (425) 888-6397 Retail Puget Sound Energy

David Hoffman (425) 462-3820 Utilities QFC

Zach Stratton (971) 258-1193 Retail Rainbow Lodge Tim Jack (425) 888-4181

Event Facilities, Non-profit Organizations Remax Integrity

Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 Real Estate Riverbend Cafe, The

Rich Maki (425) 888-6600 Restaurants, Breakfast, Where to Meet Roadhouse Restaurant & Inn, The

Rob Rosemont (425) 222-4800 Accommodations, Restaurants

Roaring River Bed & Breakfast

Herschel & Peggy Backues (425) 888-4834 Bed & Breakfast, Accommodations Rock Creek Ridge & Mount Si Apts

Shelly Bevens (425) 831-8500 Housing

Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley Dick Ryon

Service Clubs, Non Profits

Rowley Properties, Inc.

Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 Real Estate Safeway

Casey Henriksen (425) 831-0376 Retail Salish Lodge & Spa

(800) 272-5474 Accommodations, Event Facilities, Restaurants Sallal Water Association Denny Scott (425) 888-3650

Utilities, Water Systems

Si View Metro Parks

Minna Rudd (425) 831-1900 Community Organizations, Outdoor Recreation Sigillo Cellars, LLC

Mike Seal (425) 292-0754 Wineries, Wine Simpson, Carolyn

Carolyn Simpson (425) 890-2239 Individual, SV Women in Business Singletrack Cycles Erik Alston (425) 888-0101

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe

Marsha Harris (425) 292-0624 Restaurants

Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum

Larry Fischer (425) 831-4445 Museum, Historical Attractions Snoqualmie Lodge aka Jernie Inn

Bernie Schulteck (425) 226-6217 Accommodations Snoqualmie Physical Therapy

Katrina Nielsen (425) 434-9607 Physical Therapy Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic

Benjamin Britton (425) 396-5570 Chiropractors Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic

Valerie Huffman (425) 396-7682 Health Care

Snoqualmie Ridge Office Suites

Christine Wilcock (425) 201-2006 Real Estate Snoqualmie Ridge ROA

(425) 396-5430 Homeowner Associations

Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul

Ron Davis (425) 396-1410 Self Storage, Moving Supplies

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce

Bicycle Shop, Bicycle Rentals/Repair

Monica Lynne (425) 888-6362 Chamber, Community/Networking

Sno Falls Credit Union Stacy Dorn (425) 888-4004

Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates

Credit Unions, Mortgage

Snoqualmie Casino Scott Smith (425) 888-1234

Casinos, Bars, Entertainment Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company

Dave Eiffert 425-831-2357 (Taproom) Breweries, Bar Food, Beer, Restaurants

Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020 Eye Care, Health & Wellness

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank

Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832 Non-profit Organizations Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

Vicki Bettes (425) 888-3200 Museum, Historical Attractions

42 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

SR Benefits Consulting

Snoqualmie Valley Community Network

State Farm Insurance

Tom Parker (425) 831-2300 Health Care, Emergency Services

Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 Insurance Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421 Insurance

Laura Smith (425) 333-6614 Non-profit Organizations

STS Landscape and Construction Services

Snoqualmie Valley Orthodontics Brandon Johnson (425) 292-6162

TreeHouse Point

BreeAnn Monahan Email preferred: info@treehousepoint.com Accommodations, Event Facilities, Twin Peaks Nutrition and Wellness

Sharon Hockenbury (425) 888-3222 Health & Wellness, Nutrition Twin Star Car Wash


Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754 Home Improvement, Landscaping, Tree Svcs

Snoqualmie Valley Record

Swirl LLC, The

Umpqua Bank

Tall Chief RV Campground

US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger District

Tamara Davidson (425) 292-0909 Restaurants

Carrie Rodriquez, Editor (425) 888-2311/ (425) 53-4270 Newspapers

Lori Salin (425) 222-0778 Accommodations. Outdoor Recreation

Snoqualmie Valley School District #410 Kim Roeber (425) 831-8000

Tami Jones Interior Designer


Tami Jones(425) 260-1337 Interior Design

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482

Tanner Electric Cooperative

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business

Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 Utilities

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

Nate Smith (425) 256-3115 Community Organizations, Non Profits

Technical Glass Products

LouAnn Smith (800) 426-0279 Glass, Construction

SnoValley Velo Club

Jeff Scott (206) 919-6147 Biking

Three Moons Midwifery PLLC

South Fork Geosciences, PLLC

Andrew Glandon (425) 831-2023 Engineering, Professional Services Janet Story 425-396-3300 Manufacturing

Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 Banks, SV Women in Business Member

Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421 Forestry Valley Center Stage

Tom Watson (425) 507-9343 Legal Services Wild Hare Vintage

Iya & Norman Brown (805) 637-5980 Gifts William Grassie Wine Estates

William Grassie (425) 974-5808 Wine White Horse Promotional Products, LLC

Jaye Siqueiros (425) 681-8557 Advertising Wildflower Wine Shop

Kimberlea Miller (425) 292-0647 Restaurants, Blog, Consultants, Wine Zetec, Inc.

Tracy Cernich (425) 974-2700 Manufacturing

Jim Snyder Entertainment

Valley Professional Cleaning Service

Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387 Carpet/Upholstery Cleaning Cleaning Svcs


John Thomas Long Photography

James Long (415) 567-4979 Photography

Verizon A Wireless Retailer

Rob Sullivan (425) 292-5039 Retail, Electronics, Telecommunications

Dr. Alisha Wilkes DNP, CNM, ARNP (425) 395-4768 Health Care

Vista Cafe

Trail Youth

Washington BBI

Tonya Guinn (425) 638-9535 Non-profit Organizations

Spacelabs Healthcare

Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981 Car Wash

Watson Law Firm, The

Greg Neal (425) 835-3795 Deli Peter Busacca (425) 391-8720 Consultants, Professional Services Waste Management

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Your local libraries

The King County Library System (KCLS) operates three libraries in the Valley, serving the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City. Each library features collections of books, magazines, movies, music and instant access to downloadable e-books. Programming for all ages is offered in the libraries and at various community venues including the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, Si View Park and Valley Center Stage. Functioning as activity cen-

ters for their communities, the libraries also offer public meeting room space and computer access. More information is online at www.kcls.org.

Fall City Library

33415 SE 42nd Place, Fall City; (425) 222-5951 Open hours: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

North Bend Library

Snoqualmie Library

7824 Center Boulevard S.E., Snoqualmie; (425) 888-1223 Open hours: Monday though Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Carnation Library

480Tolt Ave. Carnation; (425) 333-4398 Open hours: Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Welcome to Si View Metro Parks

Si View Metropolitan Park District strives to enhance the quality of life for residents in Snoqualmie Valley through recreation programs and parks. Our main campus is located at Si View Park, in the heart of North Bend. With a historic community center, indoor pool, multiuse sports fields, picnic shelter and playgrounds, it is the only such regional recreational facility serving as the social, cultural and educational hub in the community.

The district operates an extensive array of recreation programs connecting with residents of all ages and abilities. Additionally, seasonal activities bring the community together for events such as the North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concert Series, Festival at Mount Si, Theater in the Park, Harvest Festival and Si View Holiday Bazaar. In 2017, more than 180,000 visitors were served through Si View programs and events! Some of the more popular activities include swim lessons, youth recreational basketball leagues, before- and after-school programs, and summer camps. Through partnerships and cooperative arrangements, the district actively manages, operates and schedules nearly 900 acres of parkland in the upper Snoqualmie Valley. In all, this system of parks, programs and trails supports a range of active and passive recreation experiences. The district has earned strong community support, and continues to work hard to improve the quality of life for residents by investing in parks infrastructure. Since 2005, more than $10 million has been dedicated to facility and park improvements to ensure facilities are ready to serve today’s community as well as future generations. The historic Si View Community Center has been rehabilitated, Si View Park renovated with new playgrounds, sports fields and amenities, Tollgate Farm Park developed with trails, playground and amenities, and the Tollgate Farmhouse rehabilitation initiated. These improvements have been possible through the generous support of the community at the ballot box, collaborative partnerships with neighboring agencies, successful grant proposals and fiscally responsible planning by the district. The district’s Comprehensive Plan has recently been updated, establishing a path forward for enabling and enhancing high quality, community-driven parks, trails, open spaces and recreational opportunities. See you at the parks!

The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA The YMCA took root in the Snoqualmie Valley in July 1924 when the Community Hall was constructed in the town of Snoqualmie Falls. Through almost five decades and two buildings the Community Hall YMCA was the community social center for concerts, plays, dances, volleyball, tennis and more. Since the closing of Community Hall in 1971, the Y has lived on in the community in child care, summer camp and Adventure Guides programs. Then in 2010, the city of Snoqualmie and the YMCA of Greater Seattle finalized an operating agreement that would bring a YMCA facility back to the Valley. On Jan. 1, 2012, the doors to the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA opened. At the Y, strengthening community is their cause. Every day, they work side-by-side with their neighbors and community partners to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. The YMCA has created a diverse program menu that includes engaging before- and after-school care programs, family and teen activities and summer programs. Membership allows community members access to a variety of group exercise classes, state of the art equipment and free child care. All programming focuses on the YMCA’s three pillars of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The staff nurtures the development of children and teens, equipping and encouraging people to improve their health and well-being and mobilizing citizens to bring about lasting social change in our community and beyond. In addition to after school and healthy living programs at the YMCA and at nearby elementary schools, the Y has several community based projects. These include: the Fall City Garden, the Historic Snoqualmie Garden and the Bog Conservation project. These volunteer led projects support our local food banks and preserve the beauty of our neighborhoods and forests. For more information or to get involved, visit snovalleyymca.org or call 425-256-3115.

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When the water rises Life in a river valley comes with high-water events, typically in the fall and spring, as well as the resources and experienced local officials to help you through the flood.


The best way to get through an incident, though, is to get ready for it ahead of time. Sign up for emergency alerts from Snoqualmie (www.cityofsnoqualmie.org), North Bend (www.northbendwa.gov), or from King County (www.kingcounty.gov/ flood), or better yet, all three, and watch for official communications when heavy rain is in the forecast,or warm temperatures in the mountains. Another useful tool is Floodzilla, the Lower Valley-based flood watch website (http:// floodzilla.com). Floodzilla gathers online data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to predict when floods hit the region, giving e-mail and Twitter followers advance warning, often up to a week. There are also real-time gauges and river cameras. When faced with an emergency, call the experts. Dialing 911 will connect you with a regional dispatcher who will, in turn, connect you with the officials best suited to help you out, depending on where you live.

For Fire and EMT Services:

Snoqualmie: Snoqualmie Fire Department, 37600 Snoqualmie Ridge Trail, Snoqualmie, (425) 888-1551. North Bend: Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 87, 500 Maloney Grove Ave S.E., North Bend, (425) 313-3200; Outside North Bend: King County Fire Protection District 38, Station 88, 13635 424th Ave SE, North Bend, (425) 392-3433; In and around Fall City, King County Fire District 27, 4301 334th Place S.E. Fall City, (425) 222-5841. In and around Carnation: Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 85, 3600 Tolt Ave, Carnation, (425) 333-4129. For Law Enforcement: Snoqualmie and North Bend City Limits: the Snoqualmie Police Department is the local law enforcement. In Fall City and Carnation, it’s the King County Sheriff’s Department.

Emergency information for Valley Cities

Evan Pappas/Staff Photo Southeast Park Street flooded in December 2015, near Centennial Fields Park.

NORTH BEND Mark Rigos, Director of Emergency Services Normal hours: (425) 888-0486 Emergency Operations Center: (425) 888-0486, Option 1 After Hours Emergency: 425-736-7697 Tanner Electric: (425) 888-0623 Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773 Seattle City Light: (206) 684-7400 Emergency Radio: AM 1650 E-mail alerts: http://northbendwa.gov/ list.aspx.

CARNATION Police: (206) 296-3311 Fire: (425) 313-3200 Public Works emergencies: (425) 333-4484

SNOQUALMIE Mark Correira, Director of Emergency Management Normal hours: (425) 888-1551 Emergency Operations Center: (425) 888-5911, or EOC@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Emergency Alert System: Register at http:// bit.ly/SnoqualmieEAS Twitter: @SnoqualmieGov Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773 Seattle City Light: (206) 684-7400 Emergency Radio: AM 1650 Email Alerts: info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

When the power goes out: Visit the Puget Sound Energy emergency webpage, http://pse.com/, to report an outage, get outage updates, get prepared or learn about electric safety. You can also get outage updates on Twitter and Facebook. Report power outages by calling 1-888225-5773.

FALL CITY Police: (206) 296-3311 Fire: (425) 222-5841 Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773

OTHER SERVICES King County Flood Warning System: (206) 296-8200 or (800) 945-9263 King County Roads: (800) 527-6237 Washington Poison Center: (800) 222-1222 American Red Cross serving King County: (206) 323-2345 or (360) 377-3761

Flood Preparation Resources Official website of the National Flood Insurance Program: www.floodsmart.com King County Flood Warning System: www. kingcounty.gov/flood Ready.gov’s flood information page: www. ready.gov/floods USGS Flood Information pages: http://water. usgs.gov/floods/resources

Checklist: What to do before and after a flood

Before a flood, there are steps you can take to ensure your safety and simplify insurance claims: • Take photos of your home and business as it is now; • Develop an evacuation plan with your family and employees; • Have a list of important phone numbers and sandbag locations; • Teach everyone how and when to shut off gas, electric and water; • Review your flood insurance declaration page. After a flood, you can find smoother sailing with the following steps: • Make sure your home is safe before entering; • Take photos of the damage,inside and out; • File your flood claim. Ask if you can begin clean-up immediately; • Separate undamaged items; • Keep an inventory of all damaged items, age and value, regardless of their coverage; • Keep samples of carpets and flooring removed from each room; • Keep estimates from contractors to show to your adjustor and provide receipts from prior claims.

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Important Phone Numbers Cable TV


Comcast PassCom Cable

(877) 824-2288 (425) 434-6360

Puget Sound Energy Local Customer Service Tanner Electric

(425) 888-3029 (888) 225-5775 (425) 888-0623

Puget Sound Energy

(888) 225-5775

Ames Lake Water Assoc. North Bend Public Works Snoqualmie Public Works Fall City Water Dist. Riverbend Home Assoc. Sallal Water Assoc. Snoq. Pass Utility Dist. Wilderness Rim Assoc. Seattle City Water

(425) 222-7003 (425) 888-0486 (425) 831-4919 (425) 222-7882 (425) 888-4564 (425) 888-3650 (425) 434-6600 (425) 888-0087 (425) 888-1507

Snoqualmie - Waste Management North Bend - Republic, residential Commercial and multifamily Fall City - Republic, residential Commercial and multifamily Carnation - Recology CleanScapes

(800) 592-9995 (425) 392-6651 (425) 646-2492 (206)682-9735 (206) 652-8832 (425) 844-1900


Natural Gas Water

Trash Services

Transfer Stations

Cedar Falls Drop Box, 16925 Cedar Falls Rd SE, North Bend Houghton Transfer Station, 11724 NE 60th St., Kirkland


Century Link Comcast


(800) 533-8110 (877) 870-4310

North Bend Driver’s Licensing Office (425) 888-4040 402 Main Ave. S., North Bend Sno Falls Licensing (vehicle, vessel, pet) (425) 888-8705 320 Mt. Si Blvd, Suite 102 (Safeway Plaza) North Bend Hunting/Fishing Licenses (866)-246-9453


Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle (425) 888-7001 Metro Trip Planner (metro.kingcounty.gov) (202) 637-7000

Community Newspapers Snoqualmie Valley Record SnoValley Star

(425) 888-2311 (425) 392-6434

Schools See the full list of schools and contact information, page 31

See listings for the North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Carnation Libraries, page 43.


Overlake Hospital Medical Center Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

(425) 688-5000 (425) 831-2300

Meadowbrook Urgent Care North Bend Family Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Women’s Clinic Snoqualmie Specialty Clinic SV Hospital Clinic - Primary Care Snoqualmie Hospital Rehab Clinic Swedish Hospital, Issaquah Swedish Physicians Clinic, Snoqualmie

(425) 831-0777 (425) 888-5511 (425) 396-7682 (425) 831-1120 (425) 831-2313 (425) 831-2313 (425) 831-2376 (206) 386-6000 (425) 888-2016

Alcohol/Drug Helpline Children’s Response Center Crisis Clinic Eastside Literacy Council (Hopelink) Encompass Friends of Youth Health Dept. Eastside Office KC Sexual Assault Resource Center Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Mount Si Senior Center Sno Valley Senior Center Sno-Valley Hopelink

(206) 722-3700 (425) 688-5130 (866) 4-CRISIS (425) 869-6000 (425) 888-2777 (425) 888-4151 (800) 244-4512 (888) 998-6423 (425) 888-0096 (425) 888-3434 (425) 333-4152 (425) 333-4163


Health and Human Services

Service Clubs

Fall City Community Assoc. (425) 222-5881 Masonic Lodge, Fall City info@fallcitylodge.com Masonic Lodge, North Bend goodwinmd@comcast.net Moose Lodge (425) 888-0951 Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley (425) 503-6391 Sallal Grange (425) 831-2274 Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Club (425) 531-1383 Sno Valley Community Network (425) 333-6614 Sno Valley Eagles (425) 888-1129 Sno Valley American Legion (425) 333-6792 Sno Valley VFW Post 9476 (425) 223-9135

Youth Organizations

Encompass 4-H of King County Si View Metro Parks Si View Pool Snoqualmie Valley Little League Si View Metropolitan Parks SV Youth Soccer Association Wildcat Junior Football Association

(425) 888-2777 (206) 205-3152 (425) 831-1900 (425) 888-1447 info@svll-net (425) 831-1900 www.snvysa.org (425) 888-9758

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