January 2017

23Monday

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25Wednesday

Trivia Night at Forrey’s Forza

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm More Info

Location: Forrey's Forza, 130 Marvin Rd. SE #130 Lacey, WA 98503

Cost: Free

Test your knowledge at Forrey's Forza Trivia Night! Trivia is team against team for five rounds. There are prizes for the winners of each round, with a final prize of a $25 Forza gift card for the winning team.

Harlequin Production: My Name is Rachel Corrie

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: The Historic State Theater 202 4th Ave E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General $ 34 • Senior/Military $31 * Student/Youth $ 20

A native of Olympia, Rachel Corrie was an Evergreen State College student who joined the International Solidarity Movement and traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada in 2003. She was killed by an armored bulldozer while acting as a human shield in an attempt to stop the destruction of a house. Seen by many as a political martyr, her death has, in many ways, overshadowed her life. However, Rachel’s story, told through her journals from the age of eight, reveals a complex individual of surprising compassion and inspiring integrity.

PAY WHAT YOU CAN NIGHT!!

26Thursday

Harlequin Production: My Name is Rachel Corrie

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: The Historic State Theater 202 4th Ave E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General $ 34 • Senior/Military $31 * Student/Youth $ 20

A native of Olympia, Rachel Corrie was an Evergreen State College student who joined the International Solidarity Movement and traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada in 2003. She was killed by an armored bulldozer while acting as a human shield in an attempt to stop the destruction of a house. Seen by many as a political martyr, her death has, in many ways, overshadowed her life. However, Rachel’s story, told through her journals from the age of eight, reveals a complex individual of surprising compassion and inspiring integrity.

27Friday

14th Annual Father Daughter Dance

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: Capital High School

Cost: $35 couple

The 14th Annual Father Daughter Dance will be transforming Capital High School into "A Night in Never Never Land" on two evenings, Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28 from 6-9 p.m. Each night will have dancing, music, crafts, ice cream and raffles for girls ages 3 and up. Corsages and photos will be available to capture the evening. Tickets may be purchased online at www.CHSPO.org

Starry Messenger

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm More Info

Location: Olympia Family Theater 612 4th Ave. E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: $13-$19

 A magical production we hope will inspire great ideas and speak to the “Galileo” in all of us! Recommended for all ages! The story begins with Galileo as a young boy, inspired and awed by the heavens and it follows his incredible and visionary life.

Harlequin Production: My Name is Rachel Corrie

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: The Historic State Theater 202 4th Ave E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General $ 34 • Senior/Military $31 * Student/Youth $ 20

A native of Olympia, Rachel Corrie was an Evergreen State College student who joined the International Solidarity Movement and traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada in 2003. She was killed by an armored bulldozer while acting as a human shield in an attempt to stop the destruction of a house. Seen by many as a political martyr, her death has, in many ways, overshadowed her life. However, Rachel’s story, told through her journals from the age of eight, reveals a complex individual of surprising compassion and inspiring integrity.

28Saturday

Tinkering Studio & Treatment Plant Tour

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Location: WET Science Center, 500 Adams Street Northeast, Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: Free

Come in to build, hack, invent and "think with your hands." This drop-in activity seeks to inspire the next generation of inventors, engineers, and tinkerers by engaging visitors of all ages in fun, hands-on design challenges. The supportive environment encourages out-of-the-box creations. Are you curious about what happens to the dirty water you send down the drain? At 1 p.m., see a presentation on how LOTT cleans up urban wastewater to protext people and Puget Sound. Then take a tour of the Budd Inlet Treatment Plant to see it in action. Tour participants must be 10 years or older; please dress for the weather, and wear closed-toe, closed-heel shoes.

Starry Messenger

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm More Info

Location: Olympia Family Theater 612 4th Ave. E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: $13-$19

A magical production we hope will inspire great ideas and speak to the “Galileo” in all of us! Recommended for all ages! The story begins with Galileo as a young boy, inspired and awed by the heavens and it follows his incredible and visionary life.

14th Annual Father Daughter Dance

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: Capital High School

Cost: $35 couple

The 14th Annual Father Daughter Dance will be transforming Capital High School into "A Night in Never Never Land" on two evenings, Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28 from 6-9 p.m. Each night will have dancing, music, crafts, ice cream and raffles for girls ages 3 and up. Corsages and photos will be available to capture the evening. Tickets may be purchased online at www.CHSPO.org

Coffee House Live Music at Forrey’s Forza

7:00 pm to 10:00 pm More Info

Location: Forrey's Forza, 130 Marvin Rd. SE #130 Lacey, WA 98503

Cost: Free

Join us each week as we feature a wide variety of local and regional musicians and bands. Forrey's Forza is one of only a few coffee shops that also serves beer and wine, so come grab something to sip on and enjoy the show! No cover charge, and family friendly.

My Name is Rachel Corrie

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: The Historic State Theater 202 4th Ave E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General $ 34 • Senior/Military $31 * Student/Youth $ 20

A native of Olympia, Rachel Corrie was an Evergreen State College student who joined the International Solidarity Movement and traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada in 2003. She was killed by an armored bulldozer while acting as a human shield in an attempt to stop the destruction of a house. Seen by many as a political martyr, her death has, in many ways, overshadowed her life. However, Rachel’s story, told through her journals from the age of eight, reveals a complex individual of surprising compassion and inspiring integrity. 

29Sunday

Tumwater Valley Golf Club March Madness

2017-01-01 to 2017-03-12

More Info

Location: Tumwater Valley Golf Club

Cost: Regular Greens Fee Rates

Starting Jan. 1, request a free TVGC March Madness Stamp Card from pro shop staff, then play four rounds of gold at regular greens fee rates between Jan. 1-March 12 and get your card stamped to be entered into the March Madness drawing! Golfers will be randomly drawn and matched to the NCAA College Basketball Teams that have qualified for the March Madness Tournament. Follow your team/s throughout the tournament and as they advance, so do you! Gift certificates to those advancing to the Elite Eight. The higher you finish, the more you win! The first 64 completed and submitted cards will fill the contest, first come first served. Multiple entries are allowed so the more you play, the more chances to win! TVGC Membership & Pass Holders will pay $6 per card/entry. Contact the pro shop for details at 360-943-9500.

Silent Movie Series: Hamlet

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: Washington Center Main Stage

Cost: Adults - $20 / Youth - $5

This radical 1921 interpretation, starring Danish actor Asta Nielsen, casts Hamlet as a female character—a princess forced to masquerade as a man by her scheming mother. This gender-swapping sets the stage for an exciting re-imagining of the play, withHamlet secretly in love with Horatio and rivaling Ophelia for his love. The New York Times said this film, "holds a secure place in class with the best." Featuring Michael Tsalka on fortepiano and harpischord accompanied by a Mezzo-Soprano vocalist.

My Name is Rachel Corrie

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: The Historic State Theater 202 4th Ave E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General $ 34 • Senior/Military $31 * Student/Youth $ 20

A native of Olympia, Rachel Corrie was an Evergreen State College student who joined the International Solidarity Movement and traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada in 2003. She was killed by an armored bulldozer while acting as a human shield in an attempt to stop the destruction of a house. Seen by many as a political martyr, her death has, in many ways, overshadowed her life. However, Rachel’s story, told through her journals from the age of eight, reveals a complex individual of surprising compassion and inspiring integrity. 

Starry Messenger

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm More Info

Location: Olympia Family Theater 612 4th Ave. E Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: $13-$19

A magical production we hope will inspire great ideas and speak to the “Galileo” in all of us! Recommended for all ages! The story begins with Galileo as a young boy, inspired and awed by the heavens and it follows his incredible and visionary life. 

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