Registration: 12:00 Noon
And the best part of all, at the end, there’s no bill!
Duvall Days Parade Winners
Animals - Ixtapa Dancing Horses
Band - Cedarcrest HS Marching Band & Colorguard
Cheer/Drill/Performance - Duvall Performing Arts
Float - Hillside Academy
Group Walking – Cedarcrest Cheer and Football
Cheer/Drill/Performance – Duvall Performing Arts
Vehicles – Red Pepper Pizzeria and Pasta
Most Creative – Northwest Art Center
Best Overall – La Morelos Mexican Store
This year’s Duvall Days Grand Marshal was Don Stanwyck who was awarded the honor posthumously. Don, who died in February, “was a generous man who gave his time, his care and his knowledge to anyone who needed it,” the Duvall Days Committee said in a statement. Don raised alpacas and other animals at his farm, Jo’s Fleece Fields, which he operated with his wife, Jody. He was deeply involved in the local FFA and 4-H clubs, helping, encouraging and supporting youngsters with their show animals and other projects. Leading the parade were Hoofs-n-Paws 4-H Club and Cedarcrest High School FFA members and their animals who represented Don and all he did for the community. (Photos by Lisa Allen)Read more ...
Martin Redman, retired Duvall Fire District 45 and State Patrol chaplain, dedicated the new flagpole at Novelty Cemetery on Memorial Day. Snoqualmie Valley American Legion Post 199 and a local Boy Scout troop carry the colors for the annual event which takes place at 10 a.m. at Novelty and 11 a.m. at Carnation Cemetery. The new flagpole replaced the previous one which was damaged by vandalism last year. The new pole was installed by cemetery grounds volunteer Denny Redman and Novelty Cemetery Association President Marco Barba. (Photo by Lisa Allen).
In May, Cedarcrest FFA members attended the Washington State FFA Convention, participating in a variety of competitions and activities. The teams included Forestry, Veterinary Science, National Chapter, Farm for Kids, and the First Year Member Green Hand team. Individuals also competed in Prepared Speaking and Job Interview competitions.Read more ...
TJ Dance presents its annual all-ages recital, “There’s No Place Like Home…TJ Dance” on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at Cedarcrest High School Performing Arts Center in Duvall.
With performances at 1:00, 3:30, and 6:00 p.m., each recital showcases the full range of TJ Dance students’ talents. Advance tickets are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors, $8 for students, and free for pre-schoolers (ticket required). Ticket prices increase by $1 each when purchased at the door on the day of the show. Advance ticket orders may be placed at the studio located at 14701 Main St. NE in Duvall or online at www.tjdance.com using the Pay Online link. Orders placed online may be picked up at Will Call on the day of the show.
The show gets off to a rollicking start with a charming opening number from Disney’s “Moana” by TJ Dance’s youngest dancers. They’re a hard act to follow, but all the students are up to the challenge. From classical ballet to hip hop, tap, jazz, lyrical, belly dance, and even some country-western line dancing – they deliver dazzling, high-energy performances. The full teen and adult cast close each show with a colorful whirlwind of dance set to songs from “The Wizard of Oz.”
For over 30 years, TJ Dance owners Jayne Hancock and Peg Burnside have shared their love of dance with thousands of children and adults in the Lower Snoqualmie Valley. TJ Dance is the studio where everyone can dance. Visit www.tjdance.com to register for summer and fall 2018 classes.
Cedarcrest High School Performing Arts Center is located at 29000 NE 150th St. in Duvall. For more information about the recitals or classes, call 425.844.9086 or visit www.tjdance.com.