Anne Burrell: Chef at Saint Martin’s Gala

Celebrity Chef Anne Burrell is bringing her A-game to the popular Saint Martin’s Gala on November 5. “I love making things that feed the soul as well as the body,” […]

Summer Camps that SIZZLE

Summer is here and the kids are ready for summer adventures. From hiking to canoeing to coding, summer camp offers many opportunities for adventures and for building new friendships. Programs […]

Olympia Harbor Days: Full Steam Ahead:

Olympia Harbor Days, a waterfront maritime festival, is expected to be a welcome opportunity to reconnect with friends, stroll the beautiful downtown waterfront, and have a whale of a good […]

Press Room: A Venue Where History Was Made

For nearly 13 years, Linda Dagley wanted to create, own, and operate an event venue. It would be a natural fit, after all, for a successful catering company like Jonz […]

Wa Center Announces Scholarship for the Arts

The winner of the 2022 Washington Center Anacker Scholarship for the Arts is Camille McLean. Camille is graduating from Olympia High School where she has served as concertmaster of the […]

Josh Deck New President and CEO at OlyFed

After more than 38 years with OlyFed, Lori Drummond will retire as the bank’s President and CEO on June 30. Promoted from within, like most of the team at OlyFed, […]

Clarus Eye Centre Opens New Clinic in Yelm

Clarus Eye Centre is proud to announce the opening of a new satellite office serving the greater Yelm area this summer.  Clarus is an established multi-specialty ophthalmology practice that has […]

Proctor Shop Celebrates Grand Reopening

Following a short three-month closure for renovations, the Pacific Northwest Shop on Proctor in North Tacoma held its re-opening event on Saturday, May 21st.   Originally created in 1978 by […]

TLT Presents The Luck of The Irish

Tacoma Little Theatre presents as part of its 103rd Season, The Luck of the Irish, by Kirsten Greenidge, and directed by Lydia K. Valentine, Tacoma’s Poet Laureate.  In the words […]

Andrea Reay Named New CEO & President

Following an extensive search, the Tacoma Pierce County Chamber of Commerce recently announced the hire of Andrea H. Reay as their new CEO & President.   In mid-May, Reay replaced […]

The Happiest Song at Tacoma Little Theatre

Tacoma Little Theatre in partnership with University of Washington-Tacoma and Toy Boat Theatre, present The Happiest Song Plays Last, by Quiara Alegría Hudes, and directed by Marilyn Bennett.  In a […]

Sovereignty highlights the Cherokee Nation

Coinciding with the passage of landmark House Bill 1725 creating the first alert system for missing or murdered Indigenous women and people in Washington State, Harlequin Productions presents Sovereignty by Mary Kathryn Nagle, May […]

Bates Tech celebrates opening of Allied Health  

Just in time to help fuel the local health care industry with much-needed skilled workers, last week Bates Technical College  opened the new Center for Allied Health Education building in […]

Washington’s Lottery: Where the Money Goes

When Washington’s Lottery was established in 1982, its purpose was to provide revenue for the State General Fund, which supports schools, human services programs, natural resources, and other government programs. […]

Lakewold Gardens-An Unforgettable Wedding Venue

When engaged couple Jade and Alex were looking for a venuefor their July 2021 wedding, Jadealreadyhad aconceptbased ona weddingsheonceattended at a private estate in Italy. “I had a very clear […]

INSPIRE Women’s Business Conference

Registration is now open for the 6th annual Washington Center for Women in Business (WCWB) INSPIRE Women’s Business Conference to be held virtually on May 12th from 11 am to […]

GATHER at Tacoma Art Museum

The newest exhibit at the Tacoma Art Museum is a collection of work from 21 alums of the Hilltop Artists program.  On exhibit March 26 through September 4, 2022, GATHER: […]

Koresh Dance Company comes to Olympia

The Washington Center for the Performing Arts will host the Koresh Dance Company at 7:30pm on Saturday, April 16 as they perform La Danse.   Led by its founder, Ronen […]

A Chorus Line at Tacoma Little Theatre 

Tacoma Little Theatre continues its 103rd season with the much anticipated, A Chorus Line, conceived by Michael Bennett with direction and choreography by Eric Clausell, and musical direction by Jeff […]

Harlequin reopens the high-energy, Murder for Two

They put the laughter in manslaughter! In this hilarious 90-minute musical comedy, 2 performers play 13 roles—not to mention the piano—in a witty and winking homage to old-fashioned murder mysteries. […]

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