Here are a few events in the Thurston County area to keep you entertained in the coming week!
Gather with us virtually for an evening hosted by Yelm Mayor and bid on some exciting items while supporting the Land Trust's environmental protection work. The virtual auction is open now and will close on on Sunday, June 6. For more details, click here.
Join volunteers with the Nisqually Land Trust who contribute to the stewardship of this Nisqually estuary site by removing invasive Himalayan Blackberry at Ohop Creek protected area in Eatonville, an ongoing restoration project. Click here to know more.
Learn about what makes a reptile a reptile, why they shed, venomous and non-venomous and the five families of reptiles. Most importantly learn about the importance of our scaly friends around the world. Click here for more information.
Professor Carlos Gil sought to understand immigration by tracing his family's history from the 1920s to the 1970s. In the process, he discovered the excitement, culture shock, inter-family conflict, and questions of identity that many immigrants face when seeking a better life in another country. To learn more about the event, click here.
For June, WorkSource will invite local schools to attend Find Work Friday. Goal: help connect students with paid internships and to enter the workforce. To know more, click here.
Held in downtown Tenino – across from the Farmer's Market – you will find artisans in their booths with fun displays of their latest creations. Come stroll our collection of creativity and enjoy some live music. Click here for more details.