Next Week’s Roundup

What’s happening next week-- Zonta’s World Premiere of “The Hotel Olympian Grand Gala Extravaganza”

Plus Tenino Railroad Day and Voter Registration training


Next week has a lot of fun in store for you. Join these local events with your family and friends.

2023 Zonta of Olympia- Hotel Olympian Gala Extravaganza, Saturday, September 16
Jenny Greenlee & Daven Tillinghast direct an all-star cast for Zonta’s World Premiere of “The Hotel Olympian Grand Gala Extravaganza” by local playwright Bryan Willis. Join this recreation of the 1920 post-pandemic grand gala celebrating the opening of the Hotel – and find out how Olympia saved the Capitol from the would-be usurpers in Tacoma and Seattle—all this and ten superb songs from 1920. Click this link for more details.

Tenino Railroad Day, Saturday, September 16
Last year's Tenino Railroad Day was so much fun, and the Tenino Depot Museum will do it again! The Northern Pacific Railroad drove in the final spike in the sleepy Scattercreek Valley in October of 1872 and named the Depot "Tenino." From there, a town was born. Visit the free event for food, music, history, and trains! Click this link for more details.

Voter Registration Training, Saturday, September 16, from 10 a.m.
The Community Engagement Ministry of New Life Baptist Church (NLBC) in Lacey has invited several organizations for a Voter Registration Training Session. This training session is open to all community members and is a non-partisan activity. The League of Women Voters will facilitate the training with the support of the Thurston County Auditor’s Office – Election Division. Click this link for more details.

Hummingbird Studios Art in the Park, Monday, September 18, from 1 p.m.
Art materials will be provided, but participants may bring their own. Please bring your own snacks and beverages. The sessions are 1 p.m. - 2 p.m., 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., & 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. Registration is encouraged but not required and you are welcome to attend more than one session. Click this link for more details.

Open Mic Comedy, Wednesday, September 20
Open mic comedy night in Lacey! This is a free comedy show with a rotating band of comics bringing their best and worst jokes! Always a good time! Sign up in person starting at 7 p.m. Click this link for more details.

Olympia History and Haunted Tours, September 22
Pretty Gritty Tours is thrilled to announce the start of its history and haunted walking tour of historic downtown Olympia, Washington, the capital of this great state! Published author Ira Wesley Kitmacher will be your guide. Click this link for more details.


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