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North Bend Train Depot and Snoqualmie Train Depot
FROM THE NORTHWEST RAILWAY MUSEUM - Looking for something special and unique for dad on Father’s Day weekend, June 18-19? Let dad blow off some steam and enjoy special family time with a steam train ride through the beautiful upper Snoqualmie Valley. The steam train excursion includes the awe inspiring view, which is only available via the train, from the top of Snoqualmie Falls looking down into the Snoqualmie river valley below. You’ll step back in time as you board historic coaches at either the North Bend depot or the Snoqualmie Depot. The 1899 Northern Pacific steam locomotive 924 will pull these trains as a special treat just for dad! Don’t wait to get your tickets as these trains sell out fast.
Valley Center Stage, at the Sallal Grange
By William Shakespeare
FROM VALLEY CENTER STAGE: A ship is caught in a powerful storm, there is terror and confusion on board, and the vessel is shipwrecked. But the storm is a magical creation carried out by the spirit Ariel, and caused by the magic of Prospero, who was the Duke of Milan, before his dukedom was usurped and taken from him by his brother Antonio (aided by Alonso, the King of Naples). That was twelve years ago, when he and his young daughter, Miranda, were set adrift on the sea, and eventually stranded on an island.
William Shakespeare’s tragicomedy begins with a magical storm and a shipwreck in the Greek isles. With kings and dukes, spirits and storms, navigate through comic misunderstandings, political plots, assassination attempts, love and magic, all to land with a happily ever after.