November 2014

1Saturday

Puddle Jump’s expo event! Don’t miss this opportunity!

7:30 am to 11:00 am

Location: Horizon Elementary

You're cordially invited to participate in the Puddle Jump's expo event! Don’t miss this opportunity to share your product or service with runners from all over Northwest Washington. This year Centro is partnering with the Thurston County Chamber to put on the Puddle Jump 5K/10K Run/Walk Stroll and Expo which will take place on Saturday, November 1, 2014. The Puddle Jump Expo is from 7:30 a.m. until 11:00 p.m., at Horizons Elementary School in Lacey, Washington.

Miraculous Magic

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: LOTT Clean Water Alliance is located at 500 Adams Street NE, in Olympia,

Cost: FREE

John London of JLO Magic is one of Western Washington’s best entertainers! His magic shows are hilarious, fun, and amazing for all ages! He’ll perform a magic show from 2-3 pm, followed by a drawing for five lucky guests to receive a balloon sculpture of their choice! Check out JLO Magic and Entertainment at www.jlomagic.com.

2Sunday

3Monday

Movember Moustache

10:00 am to 8:00 pm More Info

Location: Nisqually Red Wind Casino

Drawings MONDAYS through FRIDAYS, November 3 to 28 • 10 am & 8 pm

Nisqually Red Wind Casino is promoting Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in November with Movember Moustache.

On Mondays through Fridays in November, wear a real or fake moustache to Red Wind to qualify for our drawings. At 10 am and 8 pm, we'll pick a guest to win $125, and we'll donate another $25 to the Movember Foundation for each winner. For those without a moustache, fake moustaches will be available at Club Red all month long.

Show off your sweet 'stache and help benefit the Movember Foundation with Movember Moustache, all this November at Red Wind.

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Michael Kaeshammer

7:30 pm to 8:30 pm More Info

Location: The Washington Center

Cost: $21-$42

pianist and singer Michael Kaeshammer performs his singular sound of pop-tinged jazz. Noted for his dazzling showmanship, Mr. Kaeshammer brings the audience along for a fun musical ride that is sure to entertain.

8Saturday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

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Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

Crafting a Complete Story - Part 1: Where to Start your Story

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: Free

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month at Tumwater Timberland Library! In part one of three, local author Lindsay Schopfer discusses how a great story must start strong to get the reader’s attention. Learn how much backstory to include, how to identify essential establishing information, and how to effectively drop readers into the action. Attendance at all three classes is not required.

What’s the Buzz about Honeybees?

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm More Info

Location: LOTT Clean Water Alliance is located at 500 Adams Street NE, in Olympia,

Cost: FREE

Want to know more about the fuzzy, amazing honeybee? Join the Olympia Beekeepers Association from 12–4 pm for fun activities as you interact with local beekeepers! Attend a 2 pm presentation to learn about life in a honeybee hive; why we’re so interconnected with bees; why they’re currently in trouble; and the simple things we can do to help protect them. Bee there!

9Sunday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

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Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

10Monday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

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Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

NaNoWriMo Write-in

4:00 pm to 7:00 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: FREE

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month by starting that novel you've always wanted to write! The Tumwater Timberland Library will provide a quiet space, free from distraction, in a supportive and focused environment. Stop in and get to work!

Date: 11/10/2014 and 11/18/2014
Start Time: 4:00 PM
End Time: 7:00 PM

Free Talk: “Living in Harmony” by Josh Niles

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm More Info

Location: Olympia Center

Cost: Free

Josh Niles, a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship and Tumwater High alum, will give a talk titled, “Living in Harmony” on Monday, November 10th at 6:00 p.m. at the Olympia Center.

“We want to feel a deeper love and warmth for one another," Niles says. "I’ve found that this deeper love brings harmony and freedom to my life.”

11Tuesday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

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Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

War Memorial/Sculpture Walk at the Capital

9:00 am to 11:30 am More Info

Cost: $15

Join us as we explore and talk about all of the War Memorials scattered around the State Capital grounds in addition to talking about the little known sculptures and architecture styles found at our State Capital. The history, symbolism and variety will surprise you. Thousands of people walk by these monuments each year without realizing the full story behind them. Amaze your friends with little known facts of the Capital. Bring good walking shoes, we will be on pavement for most of the tour but will be doing a little over a mile of walking. Please meet at The Visitor Center on the Capital Campus, 103 Sid Snyder Avenue SW, Olympia. Preregistration is require.

12Wednesday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

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Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

13Thursday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

More Info

Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

14Friday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

More Info

Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

Fairy Tea Party

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: FREE

Discover the enchanted world of the fairy folk! Dress in costume and enjoy fairy tea and activities so exciting they're magical. Dancers from Ballet Northwest will also be performing. Free tickets be available at the Tumwater library info desk starting Friday, October 31. The library will be open only for the program. Sponsored by the Friends of the Tumwater Timberland Library.

Date: 11/14/2014
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM

Michael Mason at mmason@trl.org

Black Box Jazz - Betsy Perkins

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm More Info

Location: Washington Center

Cost: $22

Upon moving to Olympia in 1992, Betsy found herself taken in by the rich music scene. Over the years she has established herself as a percussionist, vocalist, lyricist and composer and has collaborated with bands such as Bevy, Planetary People, Mucho Gusto, and Artesian Rumble Arkestra.
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15Saturday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

More Info

Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater

More Info

Location: Washington Center

Cost: $11.50 - $23

A family-oriented blend of the unique comedy and juggling skills of Gregory Popovich and the extraordinary talents of his performing pets. Each of the show's 15 cats and 10 dogs were once strays, rescued from animal shelters. An extravaganza of European-style clowns, amazing juggling and balancing acts, and of course, very talented performing pets. A show that adults and kids of all ages enjoy!

 

Saturday, Nov 15, 2014 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM

One Day Sesshin/Retreat

7:00 am to 4:00 pm More Info

Location: 3248 39th Way NE Olympia, WA 98506

Cost: $35 pus dana for teacher. Schoarships available

Great opportunity to make yourself comfortable with the forms of practice and to understand the teachings of Soto Zen. It's excellent for beginners or for regular meditators. Includes breakfast and lunch. Our last newcomer intro before this Sesshin is Wednesday November 05th at 6PM.

Tumwater Holiday Bazaar

9:00 am to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: Pellegrino's Event Center, 5757 Littlerock Rd SW Tumwater, Washington

Cost: FREE

If you are looking for a great time, great food, and lots of Christmas shopping gifts and ideas, come join us!

Join us for handcrafted items from local vendors. Door prizes throughout the day. Pellegrino's will have food available in the bar area.

Heart of Gold: A Mini-Retreat on Love

10:00 am to 1:00 pm More Info

Location: 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: $20 ~ $10 for Students ~ Free for Supporters

Learning to cherish others is the first step in building positive relationships and enjoying a happy, meaningful life. In this daycourse, we will learn three meditations on the nature of a loving heart, which will help us to start cultivating this attitude of loving-kindness. We will also learn how to apply this attitude in daily life.

Crafting A Complete Story - Part 2: Make your Novel a Page-Turner

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: FREE

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month at Tumwater Timberland Library! In part two of his three-part series, local author Lindsay Schopfer discusses how to craft a story that readers just can’t put it down. Learn how to establish a pattern of conflicts and resolutions, balance description with action, and build to the story’s climax. Attendance at all three classes is not required.

Date: 11/15/2014
Start Time: 1:30 PM
End Time: 4:30 PM

Hazards on the Homefront

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: LOTT Clean Water Alliance is located at 500 Adams Street NE, in Olympia,

Cost: FREE

This fun and informative class teaches participants how to read product labels for toxicity levels and proper use, storage, and disposal. Learn about safer alternatives to common hazardous products through a fast-paced bingo game. Presentation is ideal for ages 11 and up. Two lucky people will win a green cleaning kit full of least-toxic products! The presentation is from 2-3 pm.

16Sunday

Olympia Film Festival

2014-11-08 to 2014-11-16

More Info

Location: Historic Capitol Theater 206 5thAvenue SE Downtown Olympia

The 31st Annual Olympia Film Festival runs November 8 through November 16 and will offer all kinds of films for all kinds of people!  The Festival will be showing ground breaking animated kids films, wonderful foreign language films, local Northwest films, award winning experimental films, comedies, dramas, film workshops and live music.  Filmmakers, actors & screen writers will be in attendance to do Q & A's with film screenings.

For more information go to:
www.olympiafilmsociety.org

at the Historic Capitol Theater
206 5thAvenue SE
Downtown Olympia

17Monday

18Tuesday

NaNoWriMo Write-in

4:00 pm to 7:00 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: FREE

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month by starting that novel you've always wanted to write! The Tumwater Timberland Library will provide a quiet space, free from distraction, in a supportive and focused environment. Stop in and get to work!

Date: 11/10/2014 and 11/18/2014
Start Time: 4:00 PM
End Time: 7:00 PM

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20Thursday

Indian Summer Wine Club

More Info

Location: Indian Summer Golf Course

Cost: $20

The Wine Club is the premier social club of both Indian Summer Golf & Country Club and the surrounding community. Setting out to broaden the members’ knowledge and appreciation of different wines, the Wine Club is open to all club members and residents of the Indian Summer community. The Wine Club offers a unique opportunity for its members to sample a variety of wines, purchase the sampled wines at a special rate, and socialize with fellow members.

In 2007, a committee consisting of Indian Summer Golf & Country Club members and community members formed what is now known as the Indian Summer Wine Club. The Wine Club was created to help members taste wines they might not otherwise sample, meet the winemakers behind these fine wines, and socialize with the other members. The Wine Club offers several tastings per year and features delectable wines from around the world including Washington, Oregon, and California, as well as countries such as Chile, Argentina, Australia, Italy, and Spain. Accompanying the members’ wine is a detailed fact sheet that educates the sampler on the wine and the wine-making process. Additionally, complimentary hors d'oeuvres are served. Throughout the year, the Wine Club also hosts gourmet, five-course meals, complete with wine pairings.

Tastings are held on the third Thursday evening of each month in the Indian Summer banquet room. Due to the popularity of these events, members are encouraged to make reservations in advance. If you are interested in joining the Wine Club, looking to attend a single tasting, or want more information about the events, please email Indian Summer General Manager, Trish Huff or call (360) 459-2708.

21Friday

Trivia Night Fundraiser

7:00 pm to 10:00 pm More Info

Location: Top Rung Brewery

Cost: $20

A team built of your favorite and smartest friends (4-6 per team).

3 Rounds of play on a variety of super secret and highly entertaining trivia, hosted by GEEKS WHO DRINK and sponsored by America's Credit Union.

It's a great night of fun and competition, with all proceeds going to the Lewis Community Spouses Club Community Grants Fund.

The only thing you have to worry about is-which of your freinds will make the cut and what to name  your team!

22Saturday

Olympia High School BEARzaar

9:00 am to 4:00 pm More Info

Location: Olympia High School

Shop at over 170 handmade craft & antique vendors at the 14th Annual Olympia High School BEARzaar. Check out the Raffle Hall where you can preview what each vendor will be selling and maybe even win an item or two. Admission is FREE although we will be accepting canned food donations for the Thurston County Food Bank. BEARzaar is always the Saturday before Thanksgiving!

Crafting a Complete Story - Part 3: Writing Satisfying Endings

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm More Info

Location: Timberland Regional Library

Cost: FREE

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month at Tumwater Timberland Library! In the final part of his three-part series, local author Lindsay Schopfer discusses what it takes to write an ending that leaves readers hungry for more. Learn where to go after the climax, how to end a standalone novel, and how to end a story that may become part of a series. Attendance at prior sessions is not required.

Date: 11/22/2014
Start Time: 1:30 PM
End Time: 4:30 PM

Green Chemistry Workshop

2:00 pm to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: LOTT Clean Water Alliance is located at 500 Adams Street NE, in Olympia,

Cost: FREE

Make your own green cleaner samples and learn about green chemistry! Chemists from Earth Friendly Products teach you how to choose the right ingredients to make a safe and sustainable product. The workshop is for ages 8 and up and begins at 2 pm.

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Olympia Family Theater: How the Slug Stole Solstice

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-21

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

Cost: Adult: $19 Student/Sr/Military: $16 Youth (12 & under): $13

Turning a ‘soon to become’ holiday classic upside-down, How the Slug Stole Solstice is alternative fare for those who may or may not celebrate traditional Christmas or Hanukkah. In this delightfully wacky multi-generational comedy (written in Seuss-like rhyme), a giant banana slug named Sally, accompanied by three hand-picked thugs, must battle her fear of the dark to make a journey through the spookiest of forests to stop Winter Solstice, and bring back the sun earlier than scheduled. As told around a campfire by Grampa Joe to his granddaughters Cricket and Boo, the story of Sally’s adventures with a scary forest witch and an intellectual bumblebee (among many others) leads Boo to her own magical understanding of conquering one’s fears.

Show Times:

Friday, November 28th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 29th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, November 30th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 5th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 6th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 7th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 12th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 13th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 14th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 19th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 20th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 21st at 2:00 pm

The Stardust Christmas Commotion

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-31

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Location: State Theater 202 4th Avenue East Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General: $39 Senior & Military: $35 Students: $25

It’s December, 1958, and the Stardust gang is once again battling the mayhem of show biz in an attempt to celebrate another glorious holiday season! Song, dance, romance and comedy as the rock’n’roll brats compete with the rat-pack crooners for the future of pop music! All’s fair in love and war, but for gosh sake, this is Christmas! A holiday treat for the whole family.

Run Time: 2 hours 10 minutes plus 20 minute intermission
Rating: BTF - Bring the Family!
Show Times: Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm; Sunday matinees at 2pm.
Special Shows: 2pm on Christmas Eve; 7pm on New Year's Eve

29Saturday

Olympia Family Theater: How the Slug Stole Solstice

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-21

More Info

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

Cost: Adult: $19 Student/Sr/Military: $16 Youth (12 & under): $13

Turning a ‘soon to become’ holiday classic upside-down, How the Slug Stole Solstice is alternative fare for those who may or may not celebrate traditional Christmas or Hanukkah. In this delightfully wacky multi-generational comedy (written in Seuss-like rhyme), a giant banana slug named Sally, accompanied by three hand-picked thugs, must battle her fear of the dark to make a journey through the spookiest of forests to stop Winter Solstice, and bring back the sun earlier than scheduled. As told around a campfire by Grampa Joe to his granddaughters Cricket and Boo, the story of Sally’s adventures with a scary forest witch and an intellectual bumblebee (among many others) leads Boo to her own magical understanding of conquering one’s fears.

Show Times:

Friday, November 28th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 29th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, November 30th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 5th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 6th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 7th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 12th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 13th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 14th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 19th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 20th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 21st at 2:00 pm

The Stardust Christmas Commotion

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-31

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Location: State Theater 202 4th Avenue East Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General: $39 Senior & Military: $35 Students: $25

It’s December, 1958, and the Stardust gang is once again battling the mayhem of show biz in an attempt to celebrate another glorious holiday season! Song, dance, romance and comedy as the rock’n’roll brats compete with the rat-pack crooners for the future of pop music! All’s fair in love and war, but for gosh sake, this is Christmas! A holiday treat for the whole family.

Run Time: 2 hours 10 minutes plus 20 minute intermission
Rating: BTF - Bring the Family!
Show Times: Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm; Sunday matinees at 2pm.
Special Shows: 2pm on Christmas Eve; 7pm on New Year's Eve

Shipwreck Beads 2nd Annual Winter Artisan Market

10:00 am to 5:00 pm More Info

Location: Shipwreck Beads

Cost: Free

Shipwreck Beads Artisan Market will take place on Small Business Saturday, Nov 29th. Featuring over 80 handcrafted local artisans, selling everything from jewelry to wood working, clothing and home decor. Bring 2 non-perishable food items and be entered in a raffle to win prizes donated by our vendors. Proceeds of the food drive will benefit the Thurston County Food Bank.

30Sunday

Olympia Family Theater: How the Slug Stole Solstice

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-21

More Info

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

Cost: Adult: $19 Student/Sr/Military: $16 Youth (12 & under): $13

Turning a ‘soon to become’ holiday classic upside-down, How the Slug Stole Solstice is alternative fare for those who may or may not celebrate traditional Christmas or Hanukkah. In this delightfully wacky multi-generational comedy (written in Seuss-like rhyme), a giant banana slug named Sally, accompanied by three hand-picked thugs, must battle her fear of the dark to make a journey through the spookiest of forests to stop Winter Solstice, and bring back the sun earlier than scheduled. As told around a campfire by Grampa Joe to his granddaughters Cricket and Boo, the story of Sally’s adventures with a scary forest witch and an intellectual bumblebee (among many others) leads Boo to her own magical understanding of conquering one’s fears.

Show Times:

Friday, November 28th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 29th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, November 30th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 5th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 6th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 7th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 12th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 13th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 14th at 2:00 pm
Friday, December 19th at 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 20th at 2:00 pm
Sunday, December 21st at 2:00 pm

The Stardust Christmas Commotion

2014-11-28 to 2014-12-31

More Info

Location: State Theater 202 4th Avenue East Olympia, WA 98501

Cost: General: $39 Senior & Military: $35 Students: $25

It’s December, 1958, and the Stardust gang is once again battling the mayhem of show biz in an attempt to celebrate another glorious holiday season! Song, dance, romance and comedy as the rock’n’roll brats compete with the rat-pack crooners for the future of pop music! All’s fair in love and war, but for gosh sake, this is Christmas! A holiday treat for the whole family.

Run Time: 2 hours 10 minutes plus 20 minute intermission
Rating: BTF - Bring the Family!
Show Times: Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm; Sunday matinees at 2pm.
Special Shows: 2pm on Christmas Eve; 7pm on New Year's Eve

Downtown for the Holidays

12:00 pm to 5:00 pm More Info

Location: Downtown Olympia

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30, NOON – 5:00pm
Downtown for the Holidays is a day filled with fun and entertainment. Most activities are
centered in and about Sylvester Park. Brought to you by the Olympia Downtown Association
through donations from downtown businesses, sponsors and individuals. Sponsored by the
Parking Business Improvement Area (PBIA). Bring your family & enjoy the day!

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