Hair Stylist/EventVenue

ABOUT CHEYENNE

What neighborhood do you live in?

I live in snoqualmie. On the same property as the salon and venue. We live on 40 acres surrounded by family. 

How long have you lived in that neighborhood?

My whole life. I grew up next door and bought the house I am raising my kids in from my parents. This property used to be cow fields ran by my grandpa Cecil Littlejohn, before that it was owned by Normal Brook Dairy Farm. 

What is something most people don't know about you?

I never stop going. If I have down time I always have to keep busy. I love doing different projects, crafts with my kids and being with family. 

Why do you think it's important for people to shop local?

People need to support those in their own community now more than ever. 2020 has brought so much hardships to our local businesses who are scraping by. I think there is no better time than now to get out and BUY LOCAL.

Where are your favorite places to go in the neighborhood/Valley?

Honestly, we live on the river, at the base out MT SI...its true when they say there is no place like home. We ride motorcycles on our track and have bonfires in our backyard. 

What are your favorite things to do in the neighborhood/Valley?

We love to go support our local restaurants as much as possible. 

What is something most people don't know about the business?

S13- I have been in this industry for over 9 years. I started this salon at the age of 19 out of my parents garage. I have now moved my salon home and have two others that work with me. 

NF- This has been our family's dream for years. This property has been in our family for three generations and we all work it as a family.

Cheyenne Littlejohn

1- Owner & Stylist

2- Venue Director

1- 425-864-1144

2- 425-202-0613

1- cklittlejohn31#yahoo.com

2- cheyenne@northforkfarmevents.com

2- northforkfarmevents.com

S13- Hair Salon

NF- Event Center

Studio 13 Salon &

North Fork Farm Event

SERVICES:

  •  S13 - Full service salon based out of my house

  • NF - Event center on 10 acres at the base of Mount Is