April 2014

20Sunday

Orphan Train

2014-04-04 to 2014-04-20

4:00 pm to 5:00 pm More Info

Cost: $10 - $16 (Plus $3 WA Center Service Fee)

Orphan Train explores a period in American history when orphaned children were shipped from east coast cities off to the west, in the hopes of finding them homes. Trains rolled in to towns and families got to choose a child. Their motivation ranged from gaining cheap labor, to providing for the needy, to simply adopting a child. A great show for all ages.

21Monday

22Tuesday

23Wednesday

Arlo Guthrie

7:30 pm to 9:30 pm More Info

Location: WA Center for the Performing Arts

Cost: Adult $64.00 - $34.00 ST/SR/MIL $58.00 - $31.00 Youth $32.00 - $17.00

Son of singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie, Arlo has played with, and become one of the best, the biggest and the most influential folk singers in contemporary music history. His story-telling and musical abilities have cemented his place as an all-American favorite.

24Thursday

Silent Movie Series: Blood and Sand

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm More Info

Location: WA Center for the Performing Arts

Cost: Adult $17.00 ST/SR/MIL $15.00 Youth $5.00

"Blood and Sand" (1922) The mesmerizing Rudolph Valentino stars as a peasant youth who grows to become Spain's most famous matador, but along the way is fatally seduced by a scheming vamp. Exciting bullfighting scenes and Rudy's classic profile fuel this vintage melodrama. With Lita Lee, Nita Naldi.

Comedy in the Box Series: April

7:30 pm to 9:30 pm More Info

Location: WA Center for the Performing Arts

Cost: Adult $17.00 Military $15.00

This is the sixth season for our wildly popular comedy cabaret, booked in conjunction with the Seattle Comedy Competition. Join us as we transform the Black Box theater into a cozy cabaret and present some of the finest touring comedians working today.
This event is for patrons 21 and older.

25Friday

Spring Arts Walk

2014-04-25 to 2014-04-26

More Info

Location: Downtown Olympia

Cost: Free

Come to Arts Walk in downtown Olympia and celebrate the arts in our community! Experience visual and performing arts in over 100 businesses by hundreds of artists!

Special features include hands-on family activities, demonstrations and impromtu street performances. The spring Arts Walk includes the incredible Procession of the Species produced by Earthbound Productions. For artists, art lovers and the art curious, this event is a wonderful opportunity to embrace the arts in all forms!

 

Arts Walk: http://olympiawa.gov/city-services/parks/community-events/artswalk.aspx

Procession of the Species: http://www.procession.org/

America’s Music: Country and Bluegrass

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm More Info

Cost: free

Part four in a six-part series of documentary film screenings and scholar-led discussions of twentieth century American popular music. With Drew Buchman, doctor of music composition and faculty at The Evergreen State College.
Featuring clips from:
• High Lonesome: The Story of Bluegrass Music

26Saturday

Spring Arts Walk

2014-04-25 to 2014-04-26

More Info

Location: Downtown Olympia

Cost: Free

Come to Arts Walk in downtown Olympia and celebrate the arts in our community! Experience visual and performing arts in over 100 businesses by hundreds of artists!

Special features include hands-on family activities, demonstrations and impromtu street performances. The spring Arts Walk includes the incredible Procession of the Species produced by Earthbound Productions. For artists, art lovers and the art curious, this event is a wonderful opportunity to embrace the arts in all forms!

 

Arts Walk: http://olympiawa.gov/city-services/parks/community-events/artswalk.aspx

Procession of the Species: http://www.procession.org/

Dragon Boat Festival

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Location: Port Plaza at Budd Inlet

Paddles up! The yearly Dragon Boat Festival is a celebration of diversity and culture that features community vendors, local performers and the famous dragon boat race. For inquiries about the 2014 event, please e-mail us today.

Nisqually Valley Home, Garden & Trade Show

2014-04-26 to 2014-05-27

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Join us for our 11th annual Nisqually Valley Home, Garden & Trade Show, April 26-27 at Yelm High School. For vendor information please call (360) 458-6608. Brought to you by the Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce, Nisqually Valley News & the City of Yelm.

Sunrise Beach School Open House Carnival & Book Fair

12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Cost: Free

Sunrise Beach School grades K-12 will be hosting an all school/family Open House Carnival & Book Fair at the schools location: 1601 North Street SE, Olympia, WA. Come and enjoy hotdogs, punch, popcorn, and games with lot of prizes to win. This event is also open to new parents and students interested in discovering more about SB/SBHS. For more information call the school at 360-791-8348

Splash Bash

5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Location: Campbell & Campbell Building 225 Sussex Ave W - Tenino

Cost: $50

America’s Music: Rock

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm More Info

Cost: free

Part five in a six-part series of documentary film screenings and scholar-led discussions of twentieth century American popular music. With Drew Buchman, doctor of music composition and faculty at The Evergreen State College.
Featuring clips from:
• The History of Rock 'N' Roll, Episode 6: Plugging In

27Sunday

Nisqually Valley Home, Garden & Trade Show

2014-04-26 to 2014-05-27

More Info

Join us for our 11th annual Nisqually Valley Home, Garden & Trade Show, April 26-27 at Yelm High School. For vendor information please call (360) 458-6608. Brought to you by the Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce, Nisqually Valley News & the City of Yelm.

28Monday

29Tuesday

South Sound Hiring Event

2014-04-29 to 2014-05-29

11:00 am to 3:00 pm More Info

Location: Capital Mall

Positions available in

 State and Government Agencies
 Retailers in Capital Mall
 Surrounding area Retailers
 Employment Agencies
 Warehouse Manufacturing
 Customer Service
 And MORE!

Don't forget to bring your Resume!

30Wednesday

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