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Got a note from Ralph Munro. He writes that after numerous years of ringing the bell for the Salvation Army at one location, he is moving to Thurston First Bank. Activities are happening at the corner of Legion and Franklin in Olympia this afternoon from 4:15 to 5:30. The Capitol High Band is playing carols and the bank is providing snacks and cider.†You're invited to stop by.
This weekend, you have another chance to enjoy Ballet Northwestís Nutcracker at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts. Ballet Northwest's Nutcracker has been entertaining South Sound audiences for 30 years. The production features professional sets, beautiful costumes, and over 200 local and guest performers. See the show tonight at 7:30, tomorrow at 2:00 and 7:30, and Sunday afternoon at 2:00 on the The Washington Center Main Stage. Find out more at
Everyone is invited to the Annual German Christmas Service at St. Benedict Episcopal Church at 910 Bowker Street in Lacey. You're welcome to join the traditional German Christmas Service. After the service, enjoy some tasty treats. It's happening Tuesday night at 6:00. For more information, call 360.970.1799 or email
Kristmas Town Kiwanis invites you to start a new tradition this year. Round up your friends, family, and out-of-town guests and head to the 2nd annual Mid-Winter Blue Grass Celebration featuring some of the top regional bands -- Runaway Train, Farmstrong, North County, The Scud-Runners, and Jackson Linder Sound. It's happening next Friday night from 6:30 to 10:30 at the Performing Arts Center at Shelton High School. Admission is just $10 at the door. An after Christmas excuse to recharge with some of the best bluegrass in the Great Northwest. Learn more at
You can be a part of history at the very first New Year's Eve Revelry at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Olympia. Entertainment is provided by the musical phenomenon Vagabond Opera. Costumes are encouraged. Don your vintage finest from art nouveau to the Roaring '20s. There are delectable hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction, a photo booth, a no-host bar and dancing, dancing, dancing. All of it leading up to the champagne toast to kick off 2015. It's a 21-and-over event to support the mission of the Washington Center. Find out more at
It's mid-December of 1958 and the Stardust club has been hired to host a hurry-up wedding reception for a mysterious couple. Itís a race to beat the clock, further complicated by the arrival of a social worker looking for a fugitive from a foster home. And sheís pretty sure sheís looking in the right place. But the show must go on, and the gang sings and dances some of the greatest rat pack and rockíníroll songs of the era in their search for holiday magic. Harlequin Productions presents The Stardust Christmas Commotion. This is the nineteenth year of the South Soundís Stardust Christmas tradition. The show runs through the 31st at the Historic State Theater on 4th Avenue in Downtown Olympia. For tickets and more information, see
Are you ready for the Polar Bear Plunge? Join fellow enthusiasts in this chilling ritual of bringing in the New Year. Enjoy campfires, music, hot cocoa and coffee -- culminating with the plunge at 1:00 the afternoon of New Year's Day. Or stay warm and dry on shore and cheer on the swimmers. All ages are welcome. Lacey Parks and Recreation presents the Polar Bear Plunge New Year's Day starting at noon at Long Lake Park on Carpenter Road. For more information, contact Lacey Parks at 360.491.0857.
Capitol Little League 2015 Spring Baseball Sign Ups are underway for players 4- to 13-years-old. Registration forms and online registration are available now at In-person registration is happening at the Comfort Inn in Tumwater on January 10th, 17th, and 24th -- those are Saturdays -- from 10:00 til 2:00 each session. For more information, see
Does your non-profit group or organization have an upcoming event? Want some help getting the word out? Simply send us the information as far in advance as possible. Include the basics (who, when, what, where, and how). Be sure to include how to get more information. In addition, include a contact person and phone or email (indicate whether these are to be released publicly). You can email your information to, FAX it to 360.236.1133, or mail it to 2124 Pacific Avenue, Olympia, 98506.