Fall City Community Association

June 11, 2022
Fall City Day Event Postponed until 2022
to celebrate the event's 50th Anniversary

The Fall City Day event reaches back 49 wonderful years serving Fall City. It has been known as the Strawberry Festival, Derby Days, Logging Days, and Fall City Days. This community event has a long history of bringing the community together and supporting public schools and youth in Fall City and the Snoqualmie Valley.

After thoughtful discussion and great sadness among community volunteers who organize this annual event, it has been decided that the 2020 and 2021 Fall City Day events will be postponed until 2022 to support the public health efforts against the spread of coronavirus.

We'd like to take this opportunity to ask that you support our local businesses and non-profit organizations. They need our support now more than ever. Our Fall City Day committee would like you to focus on supporting them through this crisis by visiting www.lovesnoqualmievalley.org or sending donations directly to the Fall City Food Pantry at www.fallcityfoodpantry.org

Next year we will be back with our 50th Anniversary parade, street fair, 10k/5k and kids 1k runs, ducky derby and much more shenanigans for our Fall City Community.

We appreciate our community's understanding in reaching this difficult decision.

Wishing you and yours good health,
Judy Dix
Fall City Day Committee Chair

Hope to see you in 2022!

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If you would like to be a part of the committee creating and implementing an even better Fall City Day 2022:
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