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rom the e a r l y morning sun glistening off Lake Tapps and the White River to sunsets lending purple mountain majesty to RAY MILLERMount Rainier, STILL the Plateau EDITOR comes alive day in to day out in the summertime. And every year, there’s always more to look forward to as the Black Diamond, Enumclaw, Buckley, Bonney Lake and Sumner communities continue to grow. In Enumclaw, man’s best friend is getting the treat of their life — a brand-new enclosed
dog park at Ellenson Park is expected to be constructed mid- to late-summer, otherwise known colloquially as the “dog days” of summer. (Fun fact: the phrase “dog days” doesn’t mean it’s sweltering outside, but refers to when the Greek and Romans could observe the dog star, Sirius, rise just before the sun around late July. Thanks, National Geographic!) While not brand-new, the Buckley Summer Series continues into its third year as the Plateau’s youngest music festival, featuring family-friendly performances, live music, and the Buckley Country Market from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, starting in July. Bonney Lake has many plans for the future, including
huge improvements to its local parks and even the possibility of a city-funded pool. These improvements won’t be ready for a while, but residents and visitors alike can take advantage of Allan Yorke Park’s Snack Shack, where you can rent a paddle board and cool off in Lake Tapps. (And if you need sunscreen in bulk like I do, there’s a new Costco off state Route 410!) Of course, new doesn’t always mean better — make sure to swing by the Bonney Lake’s ever-popular Tunes @ Tapps concert series, which starts July 11 and continues every Wednesday through August. And last but certainly not least, Sumner is hosting its traditional Rhubarb Days on Saturday, Aug. 4 and Sunday,
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Oldest fair west of the Mississippi west of the Mississippi. There was a rocky stretch in which King County nearly mandated the fair into extinction. But, attendance more than doubled to 15,700, then jumped to more than 20,000 and has now probably topped 25,000. A big part of the fair’s focus is on live entertainment with performers scheduled throughout the day. There are plenty of newcomers on the 2018 slate along with repeat acts from the likes of the Smilin’ Scandinavians and hypnotist Jerry Harris. All live entertainment is free with gate admission.
SEE KING COUNTY FAIR, PAGE 7 The King County Fair continues to grow, both in attractions and attendance. This year’s fair is planned for July 19-22. For all the details, visit: www.kingcofair.com. Courier-Herald file photos
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Food vendors always include some traditional favorites – burgers, turkey legs and barbecue, for example – but newcomers are sometimes sprinkled into the mix. Family-friendly acts returning include a hypnotist, mutton bustin’ (kids riding sheep), racing pigs and a display of longhorn steers. The fair will open at 10 a.m. every day, closing at 10 p.m. the first three nights and 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $10 at the gate, with $7 presale tickets available at Safeway stores. There are discounted rates for seniors and those in the military and kids younger than 5 are admitted free. Parking is $5.
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Discover your inner logger in Buckley Summer is a great time of year to live in the Pacific Northwest with all the activities we can now do outdoors after our long dark, gray and wet winter. Buckley is celebrating the opening of the Foothills Trail to South Prairie. This PAT new stretch of the Foothills JOHNSON Trail was finally completBUCKLEY ed this spring opening up MAYOR what I feel is the prettiest and most interesting section of the trail. This connection of trail has taken
over 30 years to complete but has well been worth the wait. It is now open to bikers and walkers and is heavily being used. Come take a stroll or ride a bike on this new section of trail. Hopefully next year we can celebrate a new trail bridge across the White River and be connected to Enumclaw! The last full weekend in June is traditionally “Log Show Weekend” in Buckley. This is always a fun filled weekend for the entire family. Come see the local loggers compete for prizes in many categories that highlight the skills that they hone on the job. There is a pancake breakfast put on by a local Boy Scout troop first thing Saturday morning followed
by a parade down Main Street at 10 a.m. After the parade meanders through the Street Fair on River Avenue, wander a block further to the Log Show grounds and complete your stay with a stop at the carnival. I have always felt blessed to live here on the Plateau surrounded by all the natural beauty and Mount Rainier in my backyard. There is always something to do from hiking Mt. Peak, walking around Deep Lake or taking a drive up to Chinook Pass. I cannot imagine living anywhere else.
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Log Show is Buckley’s time to shine: parade, vendors and competition
The 45th annual Buckley Log Show is planned for the weekend of June 23 and 24 with everything happening in – or near – downtown Buckley. The event honors the small town’s logging legacy, with a healthy nod to both the past and present. A variety of competitive events will keep the crowd entertained both days at the Log Show Grounds. Saturday morning brings the annual parade along Main Street. A week earlier, on June 16, it’s the kids’ time to shine. The Junior Show, also at the Log Show Grounds, features many of the same events, some modified for the younger set. For all the details, visit either the Buckley Log Show on Facebook or the Buckley Chamber of Commerce. Courier-Herald file photos.
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Hang onto your horses at the Rodeo The Enumclaw Pro Rodeo is again heading to the Enumclaw Expo Center, promising a full slate of roping and riding, bulls and broncs. The Expo Center arena will be home to three days of action. Events will kick off Aug. 23 and there will also be shows Aug. 24 and 25. Each night, gates open at 5 p.m. with rodeo action beginning at 7. General admission for each of the performances is $15; it’s $10 for seniors, veterans and kids up to 12 years, but children 5 and younger will be admitted free. Presale tickets are available at Mike’s Western Wear in Enumclaw, The Grange in Issaquah and Country Square in Auburn. Tickets also will be sold at the door. Those attending will be treated
to traditional rodeo fare. On tap will be roughstock events like bareback riding, bull riding and saddle bronc riding; and timed events like barrel racing, breakaway roping, steer wrestling and more. Also, during the three performances, kids between the ages of 4 and 7 (and less than 60 pounds) can climb aboard a sheep and try their hand at mutton bustin’. Again this year, rodeo boosters have added concerts following the Friday and Saturday performances. Organizers again are offering a beer garden and food will be available. The Enumclaw Pro Rodeo is a nonprofit organization that has aimed to raise money for youth development and programs. For more info go to www.enumclawprorodeo.com.
Local competitors pit their skills against folks from all over the country every year at the Enumclaw Rodeo. PHOTO BY RAY STILL
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Each summer, the small town of Wilkeson goes big-time the third Saturday in July. The event is the National Handcar Races and, aside from the unique competition, the day brings a morning parade, food vendors, fun for kids and more. This year, the event will be held July 21. More information will be available on the city website later this summer.
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Get out and enjoy the Enumclaw outdoors
h summer. The season we all wait for and anticipate. This conjures up thoughts of family picnics and backyard barbecues. It also provides for other activities in and around Enumclaw: biking on country roads bordering Enumclaw or on the Foothills Trail, hiking in Federation Forest or three State Parks within 15 minutes of Enumclaw. For the more adventurous backpacking and camping in Mount Rainier National Park using our community as a base. All these amenities are here in Enumclaw’s backyard. When you’ve worked up a hunger come to Downtown Enumclaw which offers an array of restaurants with a wide range of food selections. Retail has many boutique
shops to satisfy local shoppers and visitors that come to our city. Spend time just walking around our early to JAN mid-centuMOLINARO ENUMCLAW ry downtown and absorb MAYOR why families move to our community. Not sure what to do with the children once school ends? Check out the many activities our city Parks and Rec Department is serving up this summer. There is a Summer Activity Guide available detailing the many activities in our city. When those hot summer days are upon us
take advantage of our community’s Aquatic Center for a cool change of pace. The city website (www.cityofenumclaw.net ) will provide details, dates and locations on all the offerings from our Park and Rec as well as the pool. Mark your calendars now for the King County Fair from July 19 - 22 held at the Enumclaw Expo Center. Can you believe it is now in its 156th year? The Expo Center also has a slew of exciting events scheduled throughout summer, such as the International Dog Show, Scottish Highland Games and the NW Western Swing Festival just to name a few. These and more are listed on their website so you can make plans with family and friends. The Stars and Stripes 4th
of July Parade is once again being hosted by the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce. Attending this parade tradition is a great way to begin the July 4th celebration before you head out to the lakes or barbecue gatherings. Again, further information on this and many more events can be found on the Chamber’s website calendar of events as well as the Live Local 98022 web site. Don’t sit back and relax, that’s what the rainy season is all about. Get out and about as Enumclaw can keep your summer schedule full for all ages, while creating new memories. Sincerely,
Street fair fun for everyone Enumclaw’s annual street fair is one of the city’s busiest events during the summer. Cole Street will shut down July 27 and 28 to make room for vendors of all kinds, with performers lining the sidewalks and kids activities everywhere you look. For more information, visit the Enumclaw Rotary Facebook at https://www. facebook.com/EnumclawRotaryStreetFair/.
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I wish I could stay forever in Enumclaw
hen life led us to Enumclaw on a short-term job assignment, I said whynot? I am always up for an adventure. Little did I know how much I would come to love this sleepy little town near the mounDONA tain. And I wonder – do FRETZ those who live here know GUEST how special it really is? WRITER My first day in Enumclaw I took a walk down Cole Street. Coming from the Seattle suburbs I quickly had to shake off my “city-ness” and marveled that every person I passed warmly greeted me. I was a little leery at first and avoided eye contact but quickly remembered it’s OK to talk to your fellow man, even if you don’t know them. People are nice here. Friendly. They stop and chat. If you need something, you ask. Folks are more than happy to help. One of the best things I did was join the Enumclaw Facebook pages. One day I received a pop up and it said “There are 4 horses running loose down the street.” Within minutes there were a number of comments from people who had taken their ropes and were going to help. A few days later I saw another. “If you are missing your black one-horned goat, he is in my yard.” Still my favorite. Really? A one-horned goat? And so matter of fact, like a strange goat in the yard is normal business. Every day I would see posts of loose turkeys, pigs and always dogs. Lots of dogs. Makes me wonder if fences don’t exist in Enumclaw.
Day after day I would watch people ask for recommendations, ask to borrow something, and every time there was a solution within minutes. It amazed me one day to see a person post they were going for a trail ride and had extra horses if anyone wanted to come along. The community spirit is big here. Neighborly. I bought a bowl at the art shop where all the proceeds went to the food bank. I was told some cheesy bunny jokes while buying an Easter rabbit at the thrift store that supports the M.O.M bus by a volunteer who truly loves his job. Traffic is a strange thing in Enumclaw. I have stood in the intersection of Cole and Griffin at noon with not a car in sight. Cars stop to let you cross the street – a miracle where I am from. In my first days I learned, don’t stand on the curb and look at the other side of the road. You’ll stop traffic. I wound up crossing more than once when I wasn’t planning to, just because traffic stopped. But try to go to Bonney Lake or Maple Valley after work and it will be a very slow crawl. I’ve eaten in every restaurant in town. Several times. And I enjoy each time watching the staff call the customers by name, know their favorites or ask about their family. I’ve learned the names of the baristas at Starbucks, the shopkeepers in town, the clerks at the hotel and they know me, too. I had a nice chat with the chamber of commerce director one day just because I bought a post card. It’s nice not to just be another anonymous face in the crowd. I’ve learned that you don’t need a lot to be happy. I have lived well in my hotel room. The Dollar Store is a treasure trove of just about anything I could need. The grocery
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You don’t have to wait for a special event to enjoy a Pie Goddess pie — they’re made by Kamal Sidhu year ‘round. PHOTO BY RAY STILL store makes a fine bowl of soup that is a happy lunch on a rainy day. Visiting the chicks and ducks at Tractor Supply is great entertainment. The Pie Goddess truly does fix everything except my waistline. I’ve seen some pretty amazing rainbows. And when the sun comes out the mountains are spectacular. Enough said. Sure there are issues in Enumclaw. There are homeless. I am sure there are drugs. There is poverty and everything the world is struggling with now. But at its core I have seen that there is still a kindness and decency and desire to be a community in Enumclaw. I think it’s something that is not all that common anymore. I have a month or two here before the job is done. I’d love to move here but my other half says no. Our lives are somewhere else. But for these last few months I’ve been happy to call Enumclaw home. It’s been a nice reminder of what a town can be and I hope you don’t lose sight of that. And you have really great pie.
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Expo Center brings wide range of events during summer season The single biggest annual event at the Enumclaw Expo Center is the King County Fair. But that’s just the tip of the crowd-pleasing iceberg. Here’s a list of other events gracing the Expo Center grounds during the summer months. • June 1-2: a community swap meet fills the Les Schwab Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Admission is free, but organizers would really appreciate a $2 donation. For $30, you can rent a space of your own and sell all your unwanted stuff. • June 16-17: a gun show makes a weekend appearance. The event opens at 9 a.m. each day, closing at 6 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday, in the Les Schwab Hall. • June 23: the Men’s Room Redfestival is planned for the entire Expo Center grounds, sponsored by Seattle radio station KISW 99.9. With promotional material billing the event as, “outdoor drinking and other dumb stuff,” this event is like no other in Enumclaw. Attendees can expect everything from belly dancers to freestyle motocross, along with live music, food and beer. Tickets are available at kisw.com. • July 28-29: One of the biggest, most boisterous, events of the summer comes to Enumclaw in the form of the Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering. The event fills the grounds with food and fun, music and vendors. It’s quite a spectacle, from the gathering of the clans to the brawny competitors who engage in traditional athletic competition. For all
The Highland Games are one of the more colorful events gracing the Expo Center grounds every summer. Among the highlights are the brawny athletes who compete in traditional sporting events. There’s a caber toss, sheaf toss and – as shown here – seeing just how far a heavy weight can be thrown. Courier-Herald file photo
the details, including admission fees, visit: www.sshga.org. • August 9-12: the Northwest Western Swing Festival comes to the Expo Center Fieldhouse. Hours are 3 p.m. to midnight Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. The four-day event is a production of the Northwest Western Swing Music Society, nwwsms.com. • August 16: Canines of all shapes and sizes take center stage during the annual Olympic Kennel Club show, which brings thousands of dogs, handlers and owners to the grounds.
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Enumclaw Chamber keeps things hopping with Fourth, golf and more The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is not only growing its membership, but the business-boosting organization is expanding its list of events as well. On the chamber calendar for the coming summer months are the following: • June 6: a “retirement tea” for Enumclaw School District teachers is planned for the Enumclaw High School library. • June 23: like beer? Then downtown Enumclaw will be your destination. The area in and around Cole Street will play host to thirsty attendees who will sample craft beers from Washington breweries. The event runs from 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets are on sale at: https://enumclawspringbeerwalk. brownpapertickets.com. A ticket is good for 10 tastings and a collector glass. This event is for the 21-and-older crowd. • July 4: the chamber’s big “Stars and
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Awesome events at Allan Yorke to miss. On July 25th, 5:30 Welcome to at Allan Yorke Park, we Bonney Lake! will be saluting The Armed Bonney Lake Forces with live music, has a lot in beer garden, various venstore for you dors, displays, arts, crafts, t his summer USO mobile unit and a at Allan Yorke skydiving demonstration. Park. I hope you Then, on July 28, from 11 will find time to NEIL a.m. to 5 p.m. please join visit. JOHNSON us for “Taste at Tapps.” We have a few BONNEY This new event will feature notable events LAKE MAYOR live music, food trucks and you don’t want local breweries.
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Bonney Lake’s longtime concert series is the biggest around, drawing big crowds to Allan Yorke Park for Wednesday night shows. Here is the 2018 schedule:
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Chris Anderson Band. Originally from Eatonville, Anderson delivers interpretations of classic hits with a repertoire ranging from jazz standards, to Motown, to traditional pop, classic country and even gospel.
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Re-live the Medieval life at the Ren Faire At the Midsummer Renaissance Faire, there is a range of activities and entertainment each day. As you walk through the fairground, you may encounter magicians, knights, or townsfolk, and watch puppet shows, improv, or plays. TIANI The sound of swords clangGROSSO ing, food frying, and live REPORTER music will fill your ears. By the time you leave, you may find yourself talking in the accent of the locals or wearing the latest in fashion. This Renaissance Faire is set in the village of Merriwick in the 1500s. Merriwick is a merry village in Maryland, bustling with preparations, competitions, and excitement as the villagers celebrate Queen Elizabeth I. Knights are vying for the favor of the court, and there are daily tournaments featuring jousting, fencing, and other related sports. Each weekend has a specific theme, and guests will find themselves in a different atmosphere every time. From “Chivalry and
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Labor Days come last, but certainly aren’t least The Black Diamond Labor Days festival marks the last large summer event on the Plateau. This year, the three-day event will kick off Saturday, Sept. 1, in the afternoon, and festivities will end on Monday, Sept. 3. Event details are still coming together, but past activities include a community talent show and karaoke, pie baking contests, an outdoor movie screening, live sketch performances, sidewalk art competitions, and games and activities for kids and adults of all ages. The parade, which closes down state Route 169, typically starts the morning of Labor Day. For more information, head to http://blackdiamondlabordays.org/pages/ home/?page=home.
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