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June 1, 2024

Found 14 events

Homeowner Septic Self-Inspection Certification - Registration Required

9:00 AM
Registration is required. Call to see if your septic system qualifies and to register at the Environmental Health O&M program at 360-867-2626.

Tiny Tides Storytime - Pride Celebration

9:00 AM
Join our friends in drag as they read estuary-themed picture books, perform a nautical sing-along, and lead a craft activity to make rainbow jellyfish to take home! Interpreters will also introduce families to our animal ambassadors, and guests will …

Tiny Tides Storytime Pride Celebration

9:00 AM
The Puget Sound Estuarium is hosting the annual Tiny Tides Storytime - Pride Month Celebration!

"Mere Mortals" Art and Craft Exhibition

10:00 AM
Please join Childhood’s End Gallery for Springs Arts Walk and the opening of the latest exhibition “Mere Mortals” and a bonus special feature of Louise Rae Williams.

Great Olympia Bike Rodeo

10:00 AM
Mark your calendar for The Great Olympia Bike Rodeo, returning June 1, at Garfield Elementary School!

Plant Sale, to support the Olympia Kiwanis Food Bank Gardens

10:00 AM
Vegetable and flower plants are available for sale at sliding-scale prices.

2D Design for Digital Fabrication Course

1:00 PM
In this 2-hour course you will learn the basics of 2D graphic design for a wide range of tools in the makerspace including the laser, vinyl cutter, CNC, and embroidery machine. 2D design is also useful for creating patterns and templates …

Professor Petticoat's Punch and Judy Show w/ Storyteller Elizabeth Lord

4:00 PM
Step right up to Professor Petticoat's Punch and Judy Show! Experience firsthand the joy and mischief of England's beloved puppetry legacy, right here in the U.S.

Rose's Dilemma by Neil Simon

7:25 PM
Directed by Jeremy Holien, "Rose's Dilemma" tells the story of Rose, a celebrated author facing the daunting challenge of writer's block. As the pressure to produce her next great work mounts, Rose finds herself grappling with personal demons and …

19th Annual SPSCC Student Art Exhibition

The exhibition features work handpicked by South Puget Sound Community College’s (SPSCC) art faculty.

Capital Bootcamp Clinic

The Capital Bootcamp is a sailing clinic for youth. Youth ages 12-18 will gather in Olympia to learn about sailing two different types of boats: the c420 (a boat with a spinnaker and trapeze) and the ILCA Dinghy (an Olympic class).

Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Asking for Trouble

“Asking for Trouble” is a wild rollercoaster ride of hilarity, where two improv legends prove they are still the best in the business.

StoryTrail at Wonderwood Park

Experience reading the picture book "A Day with No Words" by Tiffany Hammond, at Wonderwood Park with special activities and questions along the way.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Follow the yellow brick road straight to the heart of adventure as Olympia Family Theater proudly presents The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

June 1, 2024