Local Community Events

At The Cascade Team Real Estate events like this are a part of who we are. We want to be more than just your local real estate agent, we are part of your community. Agents and Brokers who participate in great community service events like this one and the many others we support throughout our communities are recognized with our highest honor:

The SOS Designation Achievement

YMCA Boo Bash!


Join us for the YMCA Boo Bash!

Located at the Sammamish Community YMCA:  831 228th Avenue SE, Sammamish, WA 98075

Friday, October 21st from 6:30 to 8:30pm.

Join The Cascade Team for the YMCA's popular Halloween Boo Bash.  Enjoy not-too-spooky activities including a Haunted House, Free Pumpkin Decorating Booth, Glow-in-the-Dark Monster Mash, Giant Inflatables and much more!

Don’t forget your costume!

If you would like more information on this event please call 425-313-4752.

We hope to see you there!


TRICK Or TREAT on Snoqualmie Ridge!


The Cascade Team invites you to get your spook on!

Located at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA:  35018 SE Ridge Street, Snoqualmie WA 98065

Saturday, October 22nd from 11am to 2pm.

At this annul event, costumed kiddos will begin their spooktacular adventure at Sno Falls Credit Union where they will pick up their treat bag and passport. Visit participating businesses in your passport, located along the Ridge, collect a passport stamp and a treat until you reach your final destination at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. At the Y, kids can turn in their completed passports for a special treat!

Join us for:

  • Carnival Games
  • FREE Pumpkins
  • Pumpkin Decoration Booth
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Bounce Houses
  • Treats

Don’t forget your costume!

If you would like more information on this event please call 425-313-4752.

We hope to see you there!


Terror At Trossachs!

Halloween Night 2016!

Join The Cascade Team for the Terror At Trossachs!

This annual event is on October, 31st “Halloween Night!” from 5:30 to 8pm

Located at 1014 270th Pl SE in Sammamish, WA

Nestled deep in the Cascade foothills, hidden far from passing eyes by tall pine and towering rock laid the old cemetery. It was here that the worst of the Pacific Northwest lay buried. They were the robbers, murderers, and worse that no church would allow to be set to rest on their sacred soil. Old stones covered in moss marked their graves, the black as night crows gathered around the clearing that was their cemetery and sat silent on the branches, watching the graves with their glassy yellow eyes.
Then came progress. Roads and highways were built into the mountains, and soon little towns, businesses and residential communities took hold. And somewhere along the way, as quaint and charming house after house were built and occupied, as the trees and forest were cut down to make room for parks, trails and business, from under the crawl of the heavy machinery that chased the night crows from their perch, the cemetery was lost.
Only the perfect homes with their perfectly manicured yards and all of those friendly neighbors remained. No one knew of the old cemetery that once existed, or of the tombstones buried under their grassy lawns. No one thought about who “Or What” might be buried under his or her rose bushes.
Simply put: the tortured souls of long ago laid to rest in this and now long forgotten cemetery are not pleased with what has transpired above ground. Legend has it, that on one night every year those old tombstones raise up from the cold black ground in the perfectly manicured yards give way to jagged tombstones covered with moss and age. Those old crows come back and land in the few remaining trees and on all of those new housetops. Then, on Halloween night, as the tombstones glisten in the moonlight, the restless spirits of the long dead crawl from their graves looking for those who would dare to make their homes on their final resting place.
If you are brave or foolish enough, come to 1014 270th Pl SE in Sammamish, WA on October the 31st “Halloween Night!”. Take a guided tour and venture between the homes in search of “The Haunted Graveyard”. If you do dare, frights are assured, as well as the potential for fantastic rewards

It’s a free event open to the community.  So grab your family and friends – and we'll see you there!

If you would like more information on the Terror At Trossachs, please contact us at 425-313-4752.

The Cascade Team Real Estate is proud to serve the Sammamish community.

The Cascade Team Real Estate was founded in 2006 in Issaquah by Cary Porter and Doug Young.  Since then the team has grown to eleven offices in four states (Issaquah, the Issaquah Highlands, Bellevue, Seattle in Washington, San Diego, California, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona) and approximately 200 agents.

Community service is an integral part of how we believe business should be done. The Cascade Team can be found participating in a variety of community service events including holiday horse-drawn carriage rides, “Green Halloween”, Project Crayon Drive and several local and city parades. 

Our company motto says it all— “Simply Outrageous Service! Not Outrageous Commissions.”

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