Meadowbrook Farm Preserve
Classes and Events at Meadowbrook!

Meadowbrook Farm Park Classes

Meadowbrook Toddler Walk & Bike
Free, meet at Interpretive Center Bring your little ones for a scenic, level one-mile loop on paved and graveled trails suitable for walking and toddler's bikes and scooters. We will cross bridges, travel boardwalks, and sample some of the regional Snoqualmie Valley Trail as well as parts of Meadowbrook Farm Park's trails. The route can be extended depending on age and mobility!
Saturday, May 14, 2022: 9 am
Walk to the Big Cedar!
Free, Meet at Interpretive Center Imagine a tree 500 years old! We'll walk through a variety of habitat types, use a trail maintained by local Girl Scouts, and cross a bridge constructed as an Eagle Scout project to see this amazing tree. What was the valley like 500 years ago? Learn about some of the many uses for our native red cedar, and see other native and introduced plants as we walk. Dress for the weather and possible muddy areas. 2 mile round trip.
Saturday, June 4, 2022: 9 am
Evening Art Walk
Free, Meet at Interpretive Center Enjoy a summer evening's walk to visit the Mary Louie public art installation at Meadowbrook Farm Park. Join us on a level paved and gravel trail excursion to see Fall City Artist Don Fels's commemoration of Mary Louie, a revered Snoqualmie Tribal herbalist and medicine woman. Appreciate the history and connection to place this unique artwork inspires as you view Mount Si in a new way. Elk viewing may be possible in nearby fields at this time of day.
Wednesday, July 13, 2022: 6 pm

Si View Classes at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center

Visit Si View Park or download their catalog here for more classes.

Happy Birthday
Meadowbrook Farm!
Celebrating 20 years as public open space!
Events at Meadowbrook

Photos of some of our past events

The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project