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Thursday, January 18, 2018
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  • Peacemaker 2018 Nominations Sought:

    Nominate a citizen for the Dispute Resolution Center's Evan Ferber Peacemaker Leadership Award! The award recognizes extraordinary leadership in promoting civil discourse and harmony. Nominations accepted through February 28th; the ceremony is April 15th. Get the nomination form at or call 360-956-1115 for more details.

    Through Wednesday, February 28th
    Thurston County

  • Diaper Drive Through January 31st:

    There is an urgent need for diapers throughout Thurston County! Drop off diapers for every child's age at the Thurston County Sheriff's Office through Wednesday, January 31st. For more details, call 360-786-5500.

    Wednesday, January 31st
    Thurston County Sheriff's Office, 2000 Lakeridge Dr. SW Building 3, Olympia

  • Pierce County Spay/Neuter Financial Aid:

    If you are a resident of Pierce County or Federal Way and need financial help spaying or neutering your cat, dog, or rabbit, you can apply to the Humane Society’s spay and neuter fund. The Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County provides low-cost spay/neuter services via an application on its website at

    Do your part to control pet populations! 


  • GET TICKETS NOW! "American Idiot" at Lakewood Playhouse:

    See "American Idiot" for the first time in the South Sound! Green Day's album-turned-stage show is an energy-fueled rock opera, using lyrics from the songs to execute the storyline, which captures the struggles of three characters in the post-9/11 world. Friday-Sunday, January 5th-28th. Call for tickets or to get performance times: 253-588-0042, or see 

    Friday-Sunday, January 14th-28th
    Lakewood Playhouse, Lakewood

  • Black Thursday Motorcycle Advocacy:

    Black Thursday is the advocacy day for the motorcycle community in Washington State. Whatever type of motorcycle or trike you ride, this event is to stand up and fight for your right to ride. Make an appointment to meet with your legislator and come speak to them on motorcycle issues - get them to understand and support ABATE Washington's efforts to ride free. Thursday, January 18th. A mass ride-in will leave Hawks Prairie Casino at 10am; speeches will be given on the steps of the Capitol starting at 10:45am. Group photo to follow. Come support the fight to protect your right to ride. For more details, see or email 

    Thursday, January 18th
    416 Sid Snyder Avenue SW, Olympia, WA

  • FREE! History of State Capitol Building Program:

    Find out about the State Capitol Building's history! Susan Mayer, Ph.D., will present a visual tour of the building, tracing its history and architecture, in a Olympia Tumwater Foundation presentation. Thursday, January 18th, 12-1pm (doors open at 11:30am). For more details, see or call 360-786-8117.

    Thursday, January 18th, 12-1pm
    Schmidt House, 330 Schmidt Place, Tumwater

  • FREE! Third Thursday at Museum of Glass:

    Enjoy a cost-free family night at the Museum of Glass! Take everyone to see displays of the artwork, demonstrations and visit the gift shop. Free! Thursday, January 18th, 5-8pm. For more information, call 253-284-4750 or visit 

    Thursday, January 18th, 5-8pm
    Museum of Glass, 1801 Dock St., Tacoma

  • Sea Level Rise Response Planning:

    The Sea Level Rise Open House has been rescheduled! Find out about Olympia's plan concerning the rising sea level as staff from The City, LOTT, Port and AECOM will answer questions and detail what has already been planned. Thursday, January 18th, 6:15pm (doors open at 6pm). Download the Sea Level Rise flyer at or call 360-753-8314.


    Thursday, January 18th, 6:15pm
    Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St. NW, Olympia

  • FREE! "On the Edge" Film About Homelessness:

    See the movie about seven women who courageously step out of America's shadow of shame and homelessness and find independence! "On the Edge: Family Homelessness In America" gives new meaning to the term "on the edge." Free! Donations requested - no one turned away. Thursday, January 18th, 6:30-8:30pm. For more details, call 360-786-6383 or visit  

    Thursday, January 18th, 6:30-8:30pm
    Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2315 Division St. NW, Olympia

  • Romeo and Juliet:

    See Capital High School's live stage production of "Romeo and Juliet" Thursday-Saturday January 18-27 at 7:30pm, a tragedy written by William Shakespeare which follows the star-crossed young lovers played by actual teenagers Kolby King and Johanna Chhay. They are drawn to each other from the first time they meet despite their families being sworn enemies. 

    Thursday-Saturday January 18th-20th & 25th-27th 7:30pm
    Capital High School Auditorium, 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia
    (360) 596-8053/