Your Guide to Berry Picking

  Summertime means berry time! Visiting a u-pick farm is a fun, affordable way to enjoy fresh-picked strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.  It is also a great way to support local farms. We’ve compiled a list of Snoqualmie Valley farms that let you pick your own, plus some tips so you get the freshest berries possible.
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Why is the Depot so Fancy?

Guest Blog by Cristy Lake, Registrar and Volunteer Coordinator for the Northwest Railway Museum   People who visit our Victorian-style train depot in Snoqualmie often ask why it’s so fancy. It’s reminiscent of a depot in a much larger city, with its beautiful wood paneled gentlemen’s waiting room, lovely curved ticket office, large ladies’ waiting
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Your Quick Guide to CSAs

More and more people are turning to locally grown food for the unbeatable flavor and freshness. The market for CSAs—which connect you directly with farms—has grown in leaps and bounds. But, with so many choices out there, how do you decide which to choose? We’ve compiled a quick guide to CSAs from the Snoqualmie Valley.
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Messenger of Peace finds its home in Snoqualmie

A beautiful train car, the Messenger of Peace, sits in the Train Shed Exhibit Building at the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie. To understand the history of this train car, you have to go back to when the railroad was growing in the late 19th century. As Americans made their way across the country to
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March of the Vegetables

A new kind of parade is coming to the Snoqualmie Valley! The March of the Vegetables parade will celebrate all that is wonderful about the Snoqualmie Valley – its art, farms, beauty, and vibrant small-town communities.
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