Plateau seniors were able to enjoy an Oktoberfest celebration on Oct. 7 at the Enumclaw Senior Center. Festivities were compete with live music by Patty & The Travlin’ 3 and brats. Pictured is Richard Lykstad and Dorothy Sleigh dancing to the beat.

Plateau seniors were able to enjoy an Oktoberfest celebration on Oct. 7 at the Enumclaw Senior Center. Festivities were compete with live music by Patty & The Travlin’ 3 and brats. Pictured is Richard Lykstad and Dorothy Sleigh dancing to the beat.

At A Glance: November 2021 events

Celebrate holiday events, the harvest market and more.

  • Tuesday, October 26, 2021 9:55am
  • Life


Nov. 1

■ Enumclaw City Hall will be celebrating its 100th birthday Nov. 1 – 5. With City Hall’s first City Council meeting having been held Nov. 1, 1921, it is appropriate for the Enumcalw community to celebrate its Centennial. You can join in the celebration by visiting your historic City Hall during City Hall Centennial Celebration Week and learning all about the building. When you visit, stop in the Administration office and pick up a City Hall Centennial pin.

Nov. 2

■ If you just can’t wait for colder weather, the Chalet Theatre in Enumclaw is showing Warren Miller’s “Winter Starts Now,” starring big-name athletes like Jonny Moseley, Amie Engerbretson, Amy Taisey, and more in locations like the Rocky Mountains, New England, and coastal Alaska. There are two showings, one on Nov. 2 and another Nov. 3. Doors open at 6 p.m. each night, with the show starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $19 before the show, or $20 the day of, and can be bought at

Nov. 5

■ The Enumclaw Expo Center is hosting Holidays in Enumclaw by Country Chicks, from Nov. 5 from noon to 7 (Happy Hour from 5 to 7 is free) and Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Start your holiday shopping for vintage christmas items, handmade gifts, farmhouse, industrial upcycled and home decor with more than 60 vendors. Admission is $5.

Nov. 13

■ The Danish Sisterhood Unity Lodge #75 is hosting its annual Christmas Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Danish Hall (1708 Porter Street, Enumclaw). There will be a selection of baked goods, various vendors and their handiworks, and a raffle. Masks are required. Due to the pandemic, the Lodge will not be serving the traditional Danish Lunch, but split pea soup and the banquet soup will be for sale in containers to be enjoyed at home. For more information, call 425-432-1510.

■ The Fall Wine Walk returns! The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce event will close Cole Street for the event, which lasts from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Tickets are $40 for general admission or $55 for VIP. All tickets come with a collectors tasting glass, 10 tasting tickets, and a wine passport; the VIP package includes a specially created tasting glass, an additional five tasting tickets, a swag bag full of goodies from local businesses and wineries, early check-in starting at 3 p.m., as well as a private check-in location at Bordeaux Wine Bar. Tickets can be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce office (1421 Cole Street) or online at

■ The Puget Sound’s No. 1 Aerosmith tribute band Sweet Emotion will be performing at The Chalet Theatre Nov. 13. Doors open at 7 p.m., with the show beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be bought at

Nov. 22

■ The 55th Annual Christmas Parade is scheduled for Dec. 4, but the deadline to be in the parade is Nov. 22. Entrance fees are $50 for displays and floats under 100 feet, and $100 for 100 feet or more. Entries entered after Nov. 22 will be charged a $35 late fee and placed at the end of the parade.


Coffee with the Mayor

■ Eumclaw Mayor Jan Molinaro is once again hosting Coffee with the Mayor at City Hall on Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. This is a casual session for citizens to meet with the mayor to ask him questions regarding City business. Coffee with the Mayor is held the first Monday of every month.

Harvest Market

■ There are only a few days left of the first-ever Harvest Market, which is hosted every Thursday from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the big tent on the corner of Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue. The market’s last day is Nov. 18.

Family Story Time

■ The King County Library System holds weekly Family Story Time every Saturday from 10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. under the big tent on the corner of Cole Street and Myrtle Avenue. Families can come to share stories, songs, and rhymes.

Free Hawks Games

■ The Chalet Theatre in Enumclaw continues showing Seahawks games on the big screen. Admission is free; doors open 30 minutes prior to kickoff for 10 a.m. games, and doors open 60 minutes prior to kickoff for all other game times.

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