Meadowbrook Farm Preserve
Classes and Events at Meadowbrook!

Meadowbrook Farm Park Classes

Summer Bird Walk
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Join wildlife biologist and bird watcher Harold Erland for a walk on Meadowbrook to see and hear summer birds. Bring binoculars and dress for the weather, including boots for wet areas. Plan to learn some new bird calls! Children welcome.
Saturday June 1: 9:00AM
FREE
Hike to the Big Cedar
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Walk through Meadowbrook's forested riparian woodlands to see an old growth cedar tree over 500 years old! Learn about what an important tree cedar was for Northwest Tribes and early pioneers and appreciate other native plants as we walk. Dress for the weather, with boots for wet areas. Children welcome; not suitable for strollers. Heavy rain or wind will cancel.
Saturday June 8: 9:00AM
FREE
Outdoor Adventure Jamboree
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center Free Come explore many outdoor activities available in and around the Snoqualmie Valley. Play games, do crafts and more, from local outdoor-oriented groups and businesses. Families welcome; especially fun for children 3-12.
Wednesday June 26: 11:30AM-3:30PM
FREE
Build Your Own Northwest Coast Drum
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Build your own Northwest Coast style wooden drum and beater using natural materials, guided by historian/educator Greg Watson. Use and enjoy for a lifetime! Limited to 8 students, high school or adults. Pre-register at to reserve materials for your drum.
July 6 and July 13 (attend both days to finish drums!): 9:00AM-11:00AM
materials cost $100, pay at first class.
North Bend 101
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Join the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum's director Cristy Lake to find out about the history of North Bend. Beginning with the last ice age, discover why this valley has been important to people for thousands of years. Special photos from the Museum's collection will give vivid glimpses into North Bend's colorful past and personalities. Families welcome!
Friday August 30: 7:00PM
FREE
Guided Hikes on Meadowbrook!
Meet at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center
Would you like a personalized hike or walk on Meadowbrook for your family, friends or troop? Have any area you would like to explore further? We will work with you to plan a unique hiking experience just for you! Email to learn more.

Si View Classes at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center

Visit Si View Park website for more classes, including yoga.

Wildlife Watching Tips
  • Always observe from a distance, preferably downwind.
  • Use binoculars or spotting scopes.
  • Talk and move quietly; minimize sharp sounds.
  • Early morning and twilight are ideal times to see animals; also check nearby fields for herds.
  • bull elk in the fall rutting season.
  • Never come between a mother and her offspring.
  • If an animal becomes nervous or moves away, you are too close.
  • Pets should stay home.
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