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In the spirit of the holidays. Come paint an ordainment or build jewelry at Pandora’s Bien Sur. Starting November 16th Tuesday through Saturday, all day you are welcome to come and enjoy the season. Get more information at http://pandorasbiensur.com.
Pick a tag from the Giving Tree at the Downtown Y and donate an item to help make someone’s Christmas extra special! Donations are welcome through November and up until December 1. Help make Christmas at the Y a night
Olympia Downtown Association (ODA) names Vida Zvirzdys-Farler Executive Director. Zvirzdys-Farler is replacing retiring Executive Director, Connie Lorenz. Zvirzdys-Farler previously worked for the ODA as Event & Volunteer Coordinator and most recently was the Public History and Development Manager for the
The holiday season is just around the corner, and Puget Sound Energy (PSE) wants to help feed hungry families across the Northwest through our appliance recycling donation program to benefit Food Lifeline. It’s easy to help: just call PSE to
Recruiting Family-Friendly Businesses In an effort to support downtown businesses, and to bring awareness to their department, the Olympia Police Department is organizing a K-9 Scavenger Hunt for the holidays. The Scavenger Hunt kicks off during the annual Downtown for
Classes – Jewelry and Painting Holiday Ornaments – Back by popular demand. Classes at Pandora’s Bien Sur, across from Washington Center. Visit our web site http://pandorasbiensur.com for dates and times. NO EXPERIENCE needed. Perfect for holiday gifts. (360) 442-0579
The City of Olympia has contracted with Puget Sound Energy (PSE) to replace streetlights throughout the City with new LED lights. These lights are owned by PSE and are typically located on wooden utility poles. This work will complete the
Prepare yourself for a theatrical extravaganza, a thespian feat seldom seen before! Think of it, 37 (ish) plays, from 400 years ago performed in 97 minutes (or so), a virtual cast of hundreds brought to life by three brave men
The City develops an annual list of priority sewer pipe repair projects based on information gathered through video inspections of sewer lines and established pipe condition ratings. Pipe sections that cannot be repaired by City Operations staff are identified for
Several downtown businesses are nominated in various categories in King 5/Evening Magazine’s Best Of Western Washington contest. Voting goes until October 24th. Vote for your favorite downtown business!