2nd Annual Summer Night

Enjoy free food, games and more at our block party event!

Join Us

You are invited Friday, July 29 from 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. to the 2nd Annual Sno Falls Summer Night block party! This event will take place in the grass lot next to our North Bend Branch. This year we’re celebrating summer with free food, live music, a Kids Zone and more.

Pack your chairs and your picnic baskets and join us! We can’t wait to see you there.

All Sno Falls branches will close at 4 p.m. on Friday, July 29, to allow our employees and their families time to enjoy the event.

Vendor Lineup

We’re excited to announce the addition of a pop-up shopping market at our 2nd Annual Summer Night. This market will highlight local makers, artisans, and vendors. This year’s 10 vendors are listed below.

• Anomie Creations

• Cute Things Seattle

• Finesse4uboutique

• Hannah Seger Photography

• HER Kitchen

• Maltby Made

• Simply Fun Games w/Melinda

• Tammy’s Custom Creations (Farmhouse Home Decor-Signs, Custom Clocks, Ladders, and Shelves)

• Weathered Ruffles

Free Food

Free food will be provided to the first 250 attendees by the Harris Hospitality and Snoqualmie Snow food trucks. Menu items include traditional burgers, shaved ice and vegetarian options.

Kid Zone

Our Kid Zone will feature a huge bounce house, and face paintings by the talented Party Art by Robin and Hoopla Face Paintings.

Children of all ages are welcome. This is an alcohol-free event.

Giving Back

We will be collecting items and monetary donations for the Helping Hands Ministry (HHM) Backpack Program at our 2nd Annual Summer Night. The first 10 donors will receive a special gift for their contribution.

HHM serves the Valley with emergency food assistance, gas, rent, and utility payment help, and the weekend backpack program that provides meals to children who might go without.


Entertainment for our 2nd Annual Summer Night will be provided by JazzClubsNW, a local nonprofit that creates jazz performance and education opportunities for professionals and students throughout the Pacific Northwest.