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The Snoqualmie Fireworks Supply stand is now open. Hours of operation:

It is with sadness, Snoqualmie Tribal Council shares the following news…

UPDATE (6/19/15) - The service for Harriet Estelle Turner has been rescheduled for next Saturday, June 27th at Purdy & Walters at Floral Hills in Lynnwood, Washington. Graveside Services June 27, 2015 10 a.m...

2015 Snoqualmie Fireworks Supply Stand Hours:

  • June 24th through July 1st - 10am to 10pm
  • July 2nd & 3rd - 10am to midnight
  • July 4th - 8am to 8pm
  • July 5th - 10am to 4pm

 

There will be a soft opening on June 24th and the Grand Opening will take place on June 25th.

The stand will close July 5th.

The stand can be found in the parking lot of the Snoqualmie Casino at 37500 Southeast North Bend Way, Snoqualmie.

 

The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe is proud to partner with the City of North Bend for a recycling event on May 30, 2015. The program accepts household materials from King County residents including scrap metal, appliances, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, fluorescent bulbs/tubes, electronics, petroleum products, tires, batteries, and reusable household goods.

Join the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe for an evening with Walter Echo-Hawk:

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

7:15 p.m.

Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom

Free and open to the public

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene visits with the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Council at Snoqualmie Falls.SNOQUALMIE, WA – On Monday, April 27th, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (D-WA) visited with the Snoqualmie Tribal Council at Snoqualmie Falls.

Snoqualmie, WA - The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, owner and operator of Snoqualmie Casino, announced the appointment of Wendell Long as Chief Executive Officer. As CEO, Long leads over 1,000 employees at one of Seattle’s premier casinos.

Chairwoman Carolyn Lubenau of the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe accepts the 2015 NAFOA Deal of the Year Award. Left to right: Dawson Her Many Horses (NAFOA), Tina Danforth (NAFOA), Katie Epps, Jerry Lamb, Chairwoman Carolyn Lubenau, Kim Peone (NAFOA), VaRene Ma

SNOQUALMIE, WA (April 1st 2015) – On Saturday, March 28th, United States Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) visited the Snoqualmie Falls with members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council.

Senator Tester, who serves as the vice chair for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, is known nationwide as a champion to tribes and tribal issues. He was greeted at the Snoqualmie Falls with a welcome song, and heard stories from Tribal leaders and elders about the importance of the Falls.

SNOQUALMIE, WA (April 1st 2015) – On Tuesday, March 24th 2015, Snoqualmie Tribal Chairwoman Carolyn Lubenau testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies in Washington, DC.

Chairwoman Lubenau was an invited speaker and testified on the importance of Snoqualmie Falls; a sacred site to the Snoqualmie People. The Falls are located in Snoqualmie, Washington, 30 miles east of Seattle, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a Traditional Cultural Property (TCP).

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