Submitted by Chris Johns for On Q Financial From the moment you begin to consider a home purchase or a refinance, a million questions may come to mind. Okay, maybe not a million, but it can feel that way when you don’t know where to go, what to do and what to expect in the […]
Chelsea Farms has held its position as a passionate family heirloom since 1987 when Linda and John Lentz started their adventures in sustainable shellfish farming. Being raised in an environment with organic gardening and fishing, it is no surprise that Shina Wysocki and Kyle Lentz share the same values and goals for their new business […]
Let’s face it, some days you spend more time in your car than in your house. With our changeable Northwest weather and hectic lifestyles, the new Volkswagen Golf Alltrack can make that time safe, stylish, and more than a little sexy. In 2015 alone, more than 68 million cars were produced worldwide. But few are […]
From Molly Dilworth…For me, creative practice is a tool for investigation and problem solving. Using data from a specific site as a structure, I give form to the things that invisibly motivate our actions. I have partnered with green building organizations, climate change activists, arts organizations and government agencies to make public art that addresses our relationship to history, nature and technology. Currently, I am investigating the relationship of domestic space, global trade, feminism, labor and craft.
From the rooftops of Brooklyn to the Pedestrian plazas of Times Square, I have created outdoor site-specific paintings in New York City and exhibited across the United States. I have been a resident artist at the Salina Art Center in Kansas and in the Art & Law Program with the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts in NYC. My work was part of Spontaneous Interventions: design actions for the common good in the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale.
I have been an artist in residence at Recess Activities/Pioneer Works (2012), in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Program (2013) and Smack-Mellon (2014). In the spring of 2013 I installed a permanent exterior painting for the Garden at The James Hotel in Lower Manhattan. Recent commissions include a 6,000 sq. ft. mural for Toledo, a temporary garden for a city block in Seattle, and a sculpture for a light rail station in Denver.
Submitted by South Puget Sound Community College South Puget Sound Community College celebrates the opening of the Native American Art Exhibition at The Gallery at SPSCC. In its ninth season, the Native American Art Exhibition features a wide variety of works by local and regional Native American artists of all ages. Regional and national tribes will […]
Submitted by Dr. Jay Rudd for Aurora LASIK If you haven’t used all of your health savings account (HSA) or flexible spending account (FSA) dollars for 2016, did you know you can pay for LASIK with pre-tax dollars? That’s right. Depending on your tax bracket, you could effectively save 20-40% off LASIK surgery by using HSA/FSA […]
Symphonic Overtures and Holiday Favorites
Saturday December 3, 7:30 pm
The South Puget Sound College Orchestra presents its first concert of the 2016-2017 Season. Selections include Overtures by Verdi and Humperdinck, Max Bruch’s Kol Nidrei with Tacoma cellist Stuart Hake, and seasonal favorites featuring vocalist Troy Fisher.
Tickets may be purchased online at OlyTix.org, by calling 360-753-8586, at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts box office, or at the door.
General admission $10
SPSCC students, staff, faculty FREE
The South Puget Sound College Orchestra is an auditioned performing group of 68 students and community members ranging in age from 18 to 82. It was founded in 2014 by orchestra director and SPSCC music professor Chip Schooler.Google Plus One Facebook Like
Ranjan Sharangpani’s tennis coach applauds his racquet skills, applauds his knack for pounding shots from the baseline and applauds his knack for racing to the net to put away game winners. Without question, Ranjan, a junior at Capital High School, has got skill on the tennis court. But what made Ranjan league and district champ […]
Building a successful small business is no easy task. Vast majorities fail within their first few years and those that thrive require time, energy, and persistence from their founders. Henry Ford said “coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” This embodies the passion, high standards, and growth seen at […]
You will BEARly believe all the crafts & antiques available at the 17th Annual Olympia High School BEARzaar this year. Hunt for that special gift at over 160 vendors.
The Raffle Hall has an item donated from each vendor, so you can preview a sampling of what the vendors have to offer. It also gives you many chances to win.
Admission and parking are FREE, although this year, for $5 you can enter at 8:15am instead of 9:00. We will also be accepting canned food donations for the Thurston County Food Bank.
Make sure to give your cubs a big BEARhug before dropping them off at the Oly BEAR childcare down the Raffle Hall.
Stop by for a bite to eat at the café or warm up with a freshly brewed cup of coffee.
So, don't hibernate in your cave on Saturday, November 19th. BEARzaar is always the Saturday before Thanksgiving! You probably won't leave BEARhanded.
Kathy 'kt' Thompson
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Submitted by Leadership Thurston County Leadership Thurston County and the Thurston County Chamber Foundation are proud to announce the 2017 Distinguished Leader Award honorees; John Setterstrom, General Manager, Lucky Eagle Casino; Lori Drummond, President/CEO, Olympia Federal Savings; and Steve Brooks, Chief, Lacey Fire District 3. The event recognizes leaders who demonstrate outstanding initiative, inspire […]
Capital High School is heading back to the Class 3A state volleyball tournament for the first time since 2014, but the Cougars will not be making the trip to the Tri-Cities alone as fellow 3A South Sound Conference members Timberline and North Thurston also secured state berths. Capital punched its ticket to state by finishing […]
Shannon Moser and Mare Wagar have known each other for nearly two decades. As former co-workers and salon mates in downtown Olympia, the two have re-connected at Shannon’s business, Divinity Organic Hair Salon. The two hair stylists, who’d worked closely together at Euphorium and then at Mare’s salon, Envy, in downtown Olympia, grew apart for […]
Submitted by South Sound Partners for Philanthropy Philanthropists, including a local volunteer who helps more than a dozen organizations, will be honored during the annual luncheon of South Sound Partners for Philanthropy. The event will take place on National Philanthropy Day, Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the Hotel RL. The luncheon will begin at noon; registration opens […]
Submitted by Thurston First Bank Commencement Bank (OTCQX:CBWA) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its strategic merger with Olympia-based Thurston First Bank. The proposal was accepted by all necessary agencies in September 2016, and approved by both bank’s shareholders on October 26th, 2016. The Bank officially combined the morning of November 1, 2016. […]
Submitted by Harlequin Productions Harlequin Productions is pleased to announce its newest staff member, Hap Clemons. Clemons joins Harlequin as its director of development. As Harlequin moves into their 26th season, Scot Whitney, Harlequin’s Managing Artistic Director, is excited about this addition. “With his experience and impressive track record, we expect to deepen our community relationships […]
Submitted by Thurston County Public Health and Social Services “Be safe in your home in an emergency.” Historically, Thurston County winters include wind storms, flooding, power outages, and sometimes snow. Winter is just around the corner, and now is the perfect time to begin planning for winter storms. Are you ready for a disaster or […]
Luke Schilter can officially remove the label of runner-up. One of the state’s premier cross country runners, regardless of classification, the Northwest Christian senior ended his high school career on the highest of notes by winning his first Class 1B/2B state cross country championship. Schilter, who had finished second during his three previous trips to […]