110 Deschutes Parkway SW, Tumwater 98501

Mission: To offer educational opportunities, a historic home and a community park to honor our history and celebrate our future! The Olympia Tumwater Foundation (OTF) is a local charitable organization that traces its roots to the Schmidt family of Tumwater and the famous Olympia Brewing Company. It was created in 1950 by Peter G. Schmidt, Sr., long-time president of Olympia...Read More »

416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia 98504

Washington State's Legislative Building, completed in 1928 after six years of construction, serves as both a working governmental center and a symbol of Washington's free and democratic government. It is the centerpiece of the five historic buildings designed by New York architects Walter Wilder and Harry White. Conceived in the architectural competition of 1911 and selected by...Read More »

150 SE Kwuh-deegs-altxw, Shelton 98584

Tribal elders have always taught the young people to respect nature's gifts, to take only what they need and use all that they take. Tribal people depend on these gifts for food, trade, culture and survival. We have a unique relationship with natural resources and a deep understanding of the sciences, such as precise knowledge of ocean currents and tides, weather patterns and...Read More »

112 State Ave NE, Olympia 98501

Olympia Family Theater offers accessible children’s theater and programs that entertain and educate while stimulating dialogue and personal growth for young people, their families and the wider community. "Join us for one of our five full-scale productions in the season, or for a weekday show aimed at preschoolers, toddlers, and other young audience members." 2013-2014...Read More »

Winged Victory Circle, Olympia 98501

In a solemn and patriotic ceremony on the capitol grounds May 30, 1938, the Winged Victory Monument was dedicated to the memory of World War I veterans. The sculpture was unveiled by two GoldStar mothers, Mrs. Charles V. Leach and Mrs. Cordelia Cater, after whose sons the Olympia posts of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars were named. The dedication address...Read More »

512 Washington St SE, Olympia 98501

The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, South Puget Sound's largest performing arts facility, is committed to providing a wide variety of entertainment and cultural activities for the residents of five counties. Located in the heart of Washington State's capital city, The Center has become a community gathering place, providing a focus for the performing arts unique to...Read More »

100 Technology Way SDP#6, Elma 98541

The Mission of the RETC is to create a sustainable, nimble and innovative center of learning that creates synergies with regional education, industry, and workforce partners to drive the transformation and development of a highly trained and effective workforce in the Pacific Mountain Region and beyond. The RETC formed in 2009 and initially funded by a Department of Labor...Read More »

600 4th Ave E. , Olympia 98501

Woodworking, blacksmithing, fiber arts and ceramics.  Hand-made tools, toys and musical Arbutus Final Colorinstruments.  Growing and preserving food and playing music.  Seasonal festivals, dances and summer camps.  Intergenerational learning, historic preservation and cultural exchanges.   These activities describe the heart of the Arbutus Folk School (pronounced...Read More »

4949 D Milluhr Dr. NE , Olympia 98513

The Nisqually Reach Center is a small nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education, outreach, and citizen science research to South Puget Sound communities. We offer classroom and experiential opportunities for young people to learn about how scientists and non-scientists are working together to preserve the unique habitat of the beautiful Nisqually Estuary. Our...Read More »

1235 South Tacoma Way , Tacoma 98409

What We Do The American Red Cross Mount Rainier brings together local volunteers to care for their neighbors, trains people in life-saving skills and responds to local disasters. We serve the people, businesses and communities of Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Lewis and Grays Harbor. How We Do It Through the efforts of full- and part-time employees and 500 volunteers, we...Read More »