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Happenings Feb. 13 -20

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Here’s are a few events in the Thurston County area that will keep you entertained in the coming week!

Story Trails at Olympia Parks - West Bay and Harry Fain’s Legion Park

Now through March 15, all day.

In this collaboration with Olympia Parks, we've deconstructed picture books and put them on signs placed along the trails, so you can enjoy a nature walk and a great book at the same time.  Make your way to West Bay Park to learn all about bees and read Shabazz Larkin's "The Thing About Bees: A Love Story".  Or travel over to Harry Fain's Legion Park to explore local flora while being on the lookout for little sprites with Phoebe Wahl's "Backyard Fairies".  Park locations and book titles will change regularly, so you can follow Story Trails all through your public parks. Click here for more information.

Re:building Democracy Online event

Tue. Feb 16, 12:00 pm.

Re:building Democracy consists of three one-hour radio shows, produced by stations KUOW (Seattle), KPBX (Spokane), and Northwest Public Broadcasting (statewide), and a series of online conversations with experts produced by Humanities Washington. Explore with us one of the key questions of our time: How can we increase America’s commitment to democratic governance? Click here for more information and registration.

Lackamas Flats Planting

Wed. Feb 17, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.

Join in for a morning of planting in our beautiful Lackamas Flats protected area. Due to the most recent restrictions for our health and safety, events are limited 12 people plus 3 staff members on-site at one time. Click here for registration and additional information.

The JOLT Calendar includes more than 200 activities for people of all ages. Most of them now are online, so anybody with Internet access has a shot at participating.  If you're holding an event, you can post it yourself or email it to calendar@theJOLTnews.com

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