Grand opening of Victor Falls Park this weekend

There will be live music by Earth Meets Sky, a groovy folk and pop band, as well as a ribbon cutting by Mayor Neil Johnson and activities for children and families.

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Victor Falls Park opens with Saturday event

The Bonney Lake Arts Commission will host a grand opening of Victor Falls Park this weekend.

The event is Saturday, Sept. 9, from 1 to 4 p.m. at 18212 Rhodes Lake Rd. E.

There will be live music by Earth Meets Sky, a folk and pop band, as well as a ribbon-cutting by Mayor Neil Johnson and activities for children and families.

Parking is available at the Bonney Lake Park and Ride, where a free shuttle will take attendees to the park.

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