Weekend Roundup

What's happening this weekend— Memorial Day Special and other festivities

Check out learning opportunities, library, and benefit events


May is still full of surprises this weekend. 

Hands On Children's Museum Memorial Day Special, May 24 - 27, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
As a thank you for their service and sacrifices, military families get half-price admission at the Hands On Children's Museum. Join painting & pinwheels in the Art Studio as well! Click this link for more details.  

Teen Creative Club, Friday, May 24, 4 – 5:30 p.m. 
Join us in the library meeting room to hang out and create together! Each month, there will be different supplies to use, with input from attendees. Click this link for more details.  

Conozca Sus Derechos/Know Your Rights, Friday, May 24, 5 – 7 p.m. 
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project will offer a workshop about your rights as a recently arrived immigrant. Families welcome. You will learn how to know your hearing date, how to apply for asylum, and the benefits available for immigrants. Click this link for more details. 

Music For A Cause, Saturday, May 25, 2 – 7 p.m. 
Change the Narrative WA is hosting the Music For a Cause music festival at Huntamer Park. The goal is to help reduce suicide in the community. The event is free to the community. They will also have good food and vendors onsite. Click this link for more details.

The King In Yellow, Sunday, May 26 
Straddling the line between comedy and terror, between hilarity and insanity, The King in Yellow is a darkly comic sendup to the comedies of Oscar Wilde and the cosmic horror of Robert Chambers, with the resulting mind-bending mixture enough to drive any audience member mad! Click this link for more details. 

 For many more local events, please visit The JOLT's Community Calendar


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