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Let's enter another week with exciting activities. Nisqually Indian Tribe’s Camas Plaza Grand Opening, February 3, from 10 a.m.Nisqually Markets, an enterprise of the Nisqually Indian Tribe … more
In January participants on the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count (CBC) anticipate receiving the results of local counts. It gives us a snapshot of what birds are available for watching in the area … more
Each quarter since 2013, I have received the following notice from Amazon…. “This is the quarterly notification to inform you that AmazonSmile has made a charitable donation to the … more
The Great Blue Heron is a majestic bird we are all familiar with, symbolizing nature and wild wetland areas for us. These birds and their other heron-like cousins, Bitterns and Egrets, have … more
Let us end January with a blast! Browse the article to find activities of your choice. Chief Leschi’s birthday memorial walk, January 27, from 10:30 a.m.On Jan. 27, Chief Leschi's birthday - … more
Finishing January with excitement is a good idea. Take a peek at the different activities lined up for us.  Manifestation: Conscious Dance Workshop, January 20, 4 p.m.Feeling blocked and … more
Tumwater City Council passed an ordinance supporting the addition of the Tumwater segment of the Cowlitz Trail to the Oregon National Historic Trail during a meeting held on Tuesday, January … more
In an annual tribute for Martin Luther King Day, students at Thurgood Marshall Middle School from the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades volunteered throughout Olympia on Friday,  January 13 to plant … more
Many years ago, a young woman from New York City came to visit on Bainbridge Island, brought by mutual friends who lived in Seattle. The Island amazed her; she said she had never seen so many … more
The Olympia City Council recognized Ashly McBunch, the city's poet laureate from 2021 to 2023, who helped engage the community in the literary arts. At the city council meeting held Tuesday, … more
The Olympia City Council unanimously approved Martin Way and Pacific Avenue Art Crossing public art concept plans presented by city-commissioned artists Jennifer Corio and Dave Frei. At the city … more
So how are those new year’s resolutions going? (My primary resolution was to NOT make any resolutions, so I guess the year has been successful thus far!) Very often, people make resolutions … more
Olympia's Parking & Business Improvement Area (PBIA) is contemplating partnering with the city's economic development department to reopen and use the Artesian Commons Park, which was shut down … more
On Sunday, we will have daylight from 7:51 a.m. until 4:52 p.m. Those of us obsessed with light-seeking will notice that daylight is now increasing at the rate of one and a half minutes a day since … more
To address the loss of farmland in the city and the gap in the food system, Olympia is seeking experienced design consultants to prepare an agri-park feasibility study to determine the viability of … more
Okay, fellow Thurston County fellow residents, it’s three days into the New Year. How are you doing with those resolutions? I know most of them are about health. If you are still committed, … more
Festivities in Focus | Celebrants dance, reflect through Kwanzaa A NAAM gathering on the fourth day of the secular pan-African holiday honored the principle of Ujamma, or cooperative … more
It’s wonderful to have friends and relatives to visit in Portland, because that’s where Powell’s Books is located. This behemoth of a bookstore doesn’t just have a shelf of … more
If you've a hankering to break out into an electrifying Kriss Kross Jump Dance or Moonwalk but haven’t perfected that time machine in your garage, come down this Saturday to the Totally Rad … more
2022 is coming to an end. Let us welcome 2023 with a bang! Noon Year’s Eve Party!, December 31, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Shine bright and ring in the new year early with special activities that … more
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