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Harlequin Productions presents The 2nd Annual South Sound Improv Comedy Festival featuring some of the most acclaimed improv troupes from the Olympia area and the Puget Sound region. Troupes set to perform include Unexpected Productions, Jet City Improv, Fools Play, Olyimprov, Generation Friends, Hat Trick Pony, and Harlequin’s own improv troupe, Something Wicked. Local favorite comedian Morgan Picton serves as Master of Ceremonies. Last year, the festival sold out completely forcing the theater to turn patrons away. This year, it's a two-night affair, Friday night and Saturday night at 8:00 each evening at the State Theater in downtown Olympia. The two days feature two different lineups. Harlequin is offering both single-day tickets and two-day passes. For more information and to purchase tickets, see
There are 21,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes, and the Easter Bunny is on hand, as well. It's the Olympia Eagles #21 Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Priest Point Park in Olympia. It's free and it's happening Sunday afternoon starting at 2:00. Best to be there early as ages up to 12 all hunt at 2 o'clock sharp. To find out more, contact the Olympia Eagles.
It's Laughing Stock by Charles Morey at Olympia Little Theatre. It's a funny and genuinely affectionate look at the magic that lies at the heart of the theatrical world. When a rustic New England summer theatre schedules a repertory season of Dracula, Hamlet, and Charley's Aunt, predictably, confusion ensues. The show runs through Sunday the 19th. Olympia Little Theatre is Olympia’s oldest live theatre, providing quality entertainment at affordable prices since 1939. It's at 1925 Miller Avenue in Olympia (off Bethel on the Eastside). Lobby doors open 45 minutes before show time. For more information, visit at or call 360.786.9484.
The Office of Graduate Studies at Saint Martin's University is hosting an open house. Prospective graduate students can learn more about graduate degrees at Saint Martin’s in education, business, engineering, and counseling psychology. Students can drop by anytime during the open house to speak with staff and faculty from the graduate programs. Refreshments are being provided. The event is at the Norman Worthington Conference Center at Saint Martin's in Lacey from 5:30 to 7:30 the evening of Monday the 20th. For more information, call 360.438.6142.
Are you a military veteran? Are you a business owner in Washington State? Did you know that the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs has a business certification program? By certifying your business with Washington State, you may be eligible to do business with Washington State Agencies, receive an interest rate reduction on your business loan, and you'll be letting the public know your business is veteran owned. For more information, visit or call 1.800.562.0132.
The Salvation Army's Women's Auxiliary presents their Silver Tea and Silent Auction. Entertainment is being provided by the Capital High School Choir. You'll find tea cups with homemade cookies, and floral teapot arrangements for sale. Funds raised support The Salvation Army and our community by buying shelter mattresses, bed linens, kitchen equipment, and more. Funds also support Summer Camp Scholarshhips and Back to School Shopping Sprees. It's happening the afternoon of Saturday, May 2nd, starting at 2:00 at the Salvation Army Corps Community Center at 1505 4th Avenue in Olympia. For more information, call the Salvation Army at 360.352.8596.
Here's an idea: Have lunch at the South Puget Sound Community College restaurant, The Percival Room. They're open for business and there's lots of talent in the kitchen. They serve great food Monday through Thursday from 8:30 to 12:30, they take reservations, and also cater to large parties with an extensive menu. On the menu, you'll always find a crispy pecan and tabasco fried chicken breast with whipped potatoes, slow stewed greens and red eye gravy. You can also enjoy the Clipper Burger -- a fresh house ground sirloin, with Tillamook Sharp cheddar cheese, tomato, and caramelized onions, arugula, and a Dijon aioli on a brown butter toasted brioche bun. Other than that, it's a revolving menu according to the seasons. For more information, visit them here or call 360.596.5404.
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.