Valley View Volleyball Club is a Non-Profit Organization. Our mission is to provide a high quality, competitive and affordable volleyball club for girls in the Snoqualmie Valley & surrounding areas.
Transition Snoqualmie Valley formed when a group of friends from several valley towns were discussing ways they could respond, on a local level, to the issues of economic crisis, climate change and peak oil. The group learned of the Transition Towns movement begun in Great Britain, which has spread to hundreds of cities and towns worldwide. There are currently 103 official transition towns in the United States (TSV was #90!) and many more in the formative stage. This movement represents a promising way of engaging people and communities to take the re-localization actions required to create community resilience.
The Sno-Valley Moms group is a great place to make new friends and find real support. Common group activities include playdates, field trips, mom’s night out events, community service projects, dinner swaps, book club and more. Our members live within the Sno-Valley communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City, Washington and most are mothers of kids ages 0-5. The Sno-Valley Moms Group has also developed a strong sense of community- not only within our own group but throughout the Snoqualmie Valley. The group supports our new moms through a “Meals for New Moms” program, and helps support local community service projects through our “Charity of the Quarter” program.
The Snoqualmie Valley Unicycle Club is a non – profit organization established to promote the sport of unicycling within the Puget Sound region. It is open to all riders; beginners through experts, children and adults ; and is 100% volunteer run . SVUC
Be on the look out for our All Comers Meets starting in the spring of 2014. These meets are great for the kids to come out and test their skills in running and throwing events such as the 100m, 200m, Turbo Javelin, Long Jump and many more. Our meets are also great for families to come out and enjoy an early spring afternoon with some fun in the sun!!!
Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club (SVRC) was formed in 1947 to promote and encourage good sportsmanship in horseback riding and to advance the education of membership on the care, riding and training of horses. We are a family and community oriented club that offers shows, games, trail rides, parades, lessons, and clinics through out the season. Please check our Club Events page for more info on activities.
The Snoqualmie Valley Has a long history of its churches working together to make the community, stronger, healthier, and unified.
The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, serving Fall City, Preston, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Cedar Falls and Snoqualmie Pass for nearly 50 years, came into being as the result of the initial work of one woman, Ada Snyder Hill. She came into the Valley in 1910 to teach school and early on began collecting the historic items that made up the exhibit she arranged for the 1939 celebration of the platting of North Bend. They were the nucleus for the present day collection that includes cherished artifacts and anecdotes from all corners of the Snoqualmie Valley.
Through education and services, the Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club will enhance community emergency communications and promote amateur radio activities, thereby advancing the contribution of amateur radio in the Greater Snoqualmie Valley Area.”
Snoqualmie Strings is a youth symphony program for school-aged kids playing strings instruments of violin, viola, cello or bass.
Our club’s mission is to help people in the Snoqualmie/Eastside area feel welcome and assist them in getting connected to the people, the area, local organizations, and resources that make the Snoqualmie Valley/Eastside so special. We strive to offer a variety of events designed to introduce you to new people and the area. If you would like to see an activity please feel free to let me know. We encourage your participation and ideas.
This is a support group for adults with aging parents, either in or out of the family’s home. Caring for aging parents can be overwhelming, placing great demands on your time and emotions. It can negatively affect your marriage and/or other family relationships, and it can be difficult to navigate healthcare, housing, and other issues. Come and gain support and ideas from others who are addressing a similar situation, and from facilitators: Brandi DeFazio and Debra Peopping, both of whom have specific training and experience working with issues of aging and the impact on families.
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