After reviewing several nominations from the public, The Rotary Club of Duvall selected Sue and her husband Chris Linnerooth, founders of the Linnerooth Team Realtors-Windermere, as Duvall Days grand marshals. They have made the company an institution for Realtor excellence and success throughout the Snoqualmie Valley.
Spring is here and you need to be ready! One of the oldest plant sale events in the Valley is the Duvall Civic Club Mother’s Day Plant and Garden Art Sale that will be held on May 13th from 10:00 to 4:00 in the parking lot behind the Duvall Visitor Center (old library building) on Main Street.
Children decked in spring flowers take part in the Maypole Celebration at the opening day of the Carnation Farmers Market last Tuesday. The market will be open Tuesdays from 3-7 p.m. (Photos by Lisa Allen)
Valley flower grower Jue Cha prepares her tulips for opening day at the Duvall Farmers Market last Thursday. Hours are 3-7 p.m. every Thursday.
DUVALL – Project milestones continue to be completed as work on Main Street recently passed the 150-day mark, which is halfway through the originally allotted 300 working day timeline. Though sometimes obscured by road signs, traffic cones, or unforgiving weather – progress has been steady since the city’s $8 million improvement project started in early September 2016. Crews completed water main work in January and Joint Utility Trench (JUT) installation in March. March also saw the installation of project walls and the beginning of curb-line installation; wrapping up April with a big milestone in the re-building of Kennedy Drive.
The 2017 edition of Duvall Days is shaping up to be the best festival in years, thanks to the tireless work of dozens of dedicated volunteers representing many organizations and businesses in Duvall and the greater Snoqualmie Valley.