Sue McGrew and Bethany Fackrell, two local artists, sculpted the two sides to depict the culture of the Snoqualmie people.
The July 14 “A View of the Lake” art exhibition showcased the works inspired by Lake Sammamish of nine female artists.
Rep. Kim Schrier, whose congressional district encompasses Sammamish, was a guest reader at the July 6 Outdoor Farmers Market Storytime.
Live music performances, a variety of food options, organization booths, and bouncy houses accompanied the classic fireworks on July 4.
Three rising juniors shared their passions for making a positive impact to the community this summer.
The student-run event will work to combat homelessness by providing supplies and services to those in need.
Community members will be able to donate used snow gear that will be sold at the Ski & Sport Swap event, with proceeds going to charity.
The department is hosting a multitude of events to drive return to pre-pandemic life in the community.
Over 300 people laid out 1200 pieces of glass per tile to form the flag at the farmers market event.
The June 4 festival showcased Chinese dances, instruments, and songs, as well as a taekwondo demonstration and various arts, crafts, and games.