The Mint 1608 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA98022 The Mint has been satisfying hungry and thirsty patrons now since 1941. This bar and grill has a fun hometown atmosphere…More and the staff is very friendly. The Mint has 28 craft brews on tap. The food is typical grill style food like nachos, pizza and burgers. There is a quite large collection of beer handles on the brick walls but one of the great features of this bar is the art work from local residents that gets displayed for free.
Crooked Fence Gifts 1536 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA98022 Crooked Fence Gifts sells a wide range of arts and crafts made by local artisans and crafters. It specializes in home…More décor, fashion jewelry, bath and body products for women and men, gifts baskets, vintage ”upcycled” items, baby and infant items, gift wrap and cards and much more. It offers “re-vamp’s” and repairs on special jewelry and collectibles. Custom orders are welcome as well. Most products sold are made by 25 artisans based in Washington State who consign their products at Crooked Fence Gifts.
Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce 1421 Cole St, Enumclaw, WA98022 The Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce is easily accessible at its location in the Cole Street business district, serving as a…More starting point for visitors needing assistance regarding the business and recreational opportunities nearby. The chamber also serves as the voice of the Enumclaw Plateau business community, which includes both large and small businesses not only within the Enumclaw city limits but in areas such as Bonney Lake, Puyallup, Black Diamond, Kent, Auburn, and even Greenwater. The chamber's 2010 business directory lists more than 200 member businesses encompassing these areas and beyond. The chamber organizes many local events, like the annual Christmas parade, the Festival of Crafts and the Arts Alive! Dinner and Auction. For more information about meetings, membership and dues, please contact the chamber directly.
Pastor Bob Stephan leads the Enumclaw Seventh-day Adventist Church, which is made up of a community of about 150…More members. Both a women's and a men's ministry work to support the surrounding community. The women's ministry organizes a free craft/scrapbooking class once a month, and cards and various creations are often made available for members and visitors alike for free. The men's ministry works to collect donations, including bedding and furniture, and distribute them to needy families. Those interested in learning more about the women's ministry should contact Christy Sheppard at 360-829-6486. For questions regarding the men's ministry, please contact Gregg McKown at 360-349-0700.
The Church collectively supports the Plateau Outreach Ministries as well, having donated 5,800 pounds of food to the local food bank in 2010.