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Yesterday a friend pointed out something I had never noticed: This is the time of year when Himalayan blackberry bushes – one of our most common invasive species – send out long, arching … more
Pelagic Birds – Part 1 September and October are fairly boring months for local bird watching. So, as a change of pace, we are writing over the next few weeks about, and providing … more
The last days of September are near, and we will still have a lot of fun with the upcoming events. Horses Healing Hearts: A Night of Denim and Diamonds, September 23, from 5:30 … more
Local theater group Olympia Family Theater will be presenting their production of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting September 30 to October … more
Take adventures, access resources and learn something new for free with a library card from your local Timberland Regional Library. Timberland Regional Library (TRL) offers a variety of … more
Lacey’s Timberland Regional Library branch and the Friends of the Lacey Library teamed up for an exciting digital photography contest for its residents. Titled “My Neighborhood: A … more
Time flies so fast. We are now approaching the last weeks of the month. Let us take a peek at some events next week that might interest you and your family. Beginner Square Dance Lessons, … more
If you’re in the neighborhood of Percival Landing, near 215 Columbia Street NW, you might want to drop by and see the newly dedicated “Welcome to Squaxin Territory” and “Land … more
Pablo Picasso once said, “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” This weekend you can take a bath from the daily humdrum by visiting the Creative Market … more
September is a very exciting month for us. Let us take a peek at some events next week that might interest you and your family. Hale Ekinci at SPSCC Leonor R. Fuller Gallery, August 29-September … more
Port of Olympia officials are reassuring community members of the noise that will be coming this Friday evening at the docks. “When you see lights flashing and hear sirens sounding on the … more
Tenino Young-at-Heart Theater (TYT) will unveil its plans for its community theater building on Saturday, September 10, at 2 p.m. at the building site on Sussex Avenue between Keithahn and Ritter … more
Red Flag Warning issued September 5 at 2:23PM PDT until September 7 at 12:00AM PDT by NWS Seattle WAThe National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Red FlagWarning for hot, dry and unstable … more
Up on 46th Avenue NE in Olympia, a one-story building sits right in a beautiful grove of trees, looking like a pioneer home and containing a repository of one of America’s great cultural … more
Goodbye, August! Hello, September! Another month has fruitfully passed by our county, let us welcome another month full of blessings. Olympia Lamplighters Watercolor Class, September 2 Have you … more
The presubmission conference on the proposed project for Rebecca Howard Park was postponed yesterday, August 31, by the Olympia Site Plan Committee. The project would provide community members with a … more
“To remember without stigma those who have been lost and provide education and awareness to end fatal overdoses,” details the Thurston County Opioid Response Task Force website. The … more
Logan Chrysler’s art reflects his mixed heritage, cultures and background. He identifies as a Métis – a descendant of Canadian First Nations people (Nez Perce, Samson Cree) and … more
'Salmon Romance' by Pat McVay and 'Underwater Disagreement' by Eileen Lagasse are the 2022 Percival Plinth People's Choice winners, Arts Commission chair Jim Burlingame announced at the Olympia City … more
It was a birthday fit for a queen. And she did have a crown… and a sash, too. One hundred guests attended, representing each of her 100 years. It was the birthday of Lieutenant Colonel … more
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