Raindancer Wild Bird Rescue will introduce a great-horned owl and a peregrine falcon, while discussing the natural history of birds and conservation issues facing birds and their habitats.
Location: Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater WA 98501.
Intercity Transit route 12/13.Google Plus One Facebook Like
Stuffed animal friends love library sleepovers! After songs and games, we'll tuck them in. Pick them up the next day between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and learn what mischief happened during the night. This event is a part of Family Read & Sing Aloud, a Timberland Regional Library district-wide program.
Location: Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater WA 98501. Phone: 360-943-7790. Intercity Transit route 12/13.Google Plus One Facebook Like
When you’re considering a treat for your Valentine, chocolate is a popular go-to choice. Of course, I’m not one to turn down a rich bite of chocolate, but I’ve uncovered an impressive range of fun, local treats that bypass the sweet tooth. They still say love – just no sugar. Green Thumb Enthusiasts Plan a visit to
His jump shot is textbook. The flick of his wrist, the release of the ball is flawless mechanics. But before Christian Davis could become Yelm High School’s go-to-guy on the boys basketball team on offense, before he could become their leading scorer, he had to have a mindset makeover. Now, he’s no longer the reluctant
The PSE is seeking funding for a pilot project to install "smart meters" in locations around the Sound, with a goal of putting them in everywhere eventually. How has it worked out for people who have them? This film shows some amazing unforeseen complications. Maybe those meters aren't so smart after all . . .
Shown at MIXX96 Meeting Room, corner of State and Washington in downtown Olympia. Come enjoy a night at the movies, and bring your buddy.
This is a fundraiser for the Green Party of South Puget Sound; donation of $5 requested.Google Plus One Facebook Like
Please join us for a soulful evening of sacred music and chant with world renown Shantala and flutist Steve Gorn. Its been several years since we were last graced with their presence so we are overjoyed to announce their return to Olympia as part of their Living Waters Tour.
Tickets are $20 on the day of the event or $15 if purchased in advance. To purchase in advance and receive the discounted rate Click Here and enter EARLYBIRD in the Promo Code field. No paper tickets are issued. Simply present your name when you arrive. For more information contact Ronny Temple or visit Olywaves.com
Location: Unity Church, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia, WA 98502Google Plus One Facebook Like
Submitted by Drip Espresso Bar A new year means a lot of new happenings at Drip Espresso Bar. We have added many items to our menu and have expanded many of our existing flavors, smoothies and pastries. When it comes to the new year, we know how important it can be to stick to those
Super Bowl Sunday… a mix of emotions when our beloved Seahawks are not in the hunt for the championship, but it’s still a great event to gather friends and family for chili, commercial viewing, and general merriment. Do a quick search in our archives for Super+Bowl+Food and you will find plenty of ideas and recipes to
I’ve been a tea drinker since I was a little girl having parties with my miniature Blue Willow tea set. Now a mug of robust Assam tea is my civilized way to begin each day. It’s a soothing ritual to spoon leaves into the infuser, add boiling water and wait just a few minutes for
There are few things in life as pure as the joy you experience while sledding down a hill in numerous feet of snow. Gripping tight to whatever you can, the rush of having the wind in your face in the wintery wonderlands of the Pacific Northwest is one of the greatest experiences we can have
As the global population continues to grow and landfills become piled high with garbage, people have taken it upon themselves to be less wasteful. Maybe you started a backyard compost or choose to only shop second hand. Whatever lifestyle changes you’ve made to be more green, the environment thanks you. Unfortunately, living a completely
There’s a saying that a community is only as strong as its schools. Around the South Sound, many local school districts are preparing for a February 9 replacement levy vote that will help to determine their ability to deliver programs and services that make a huge difference for student success. For North Thurston Public Schools,
Minor imperfections don’t seem so small when they’re in your mouth. A slight overbite or gapped tooth can be the difference between a confident smile and one you would rather hide. Luckily, for many adults, Invisalign is a discrete, effective way of straightening teeth, and in many cases, Invisalign is a less time consuming and
Olympia has deep roots in music. From our local schools to music venues, the history of the Pacific Northwest sound vibrates through our city. The Oly Old-Time Music Festival brings some of those beats to the forefront through a weekend long musical journey through the roots of traditional American music. “This is our eighth annual festival,”
Submitted by South Puget Sound Community College Stephanie Washington is the first volleyball player in the history of South Puget Sound Community College. The senior out of Puyallup High School officially signed her Northwest Athletic Conference Letter of Intent to play for SPSCC’s newest athletics program on Tuesday, February 2, at the SPSCC gymnasium. “I’m