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One Friday concert held at the Port of Olympia’s Port Plaza. February 13, 2015 is the deadline for mailing your band’s music CD, reproducible photo & biographical information to: Music in the Park, c/o Olympia Downtown Association; 120 State Ave.
other assistance available to help you maintain or expand your small business in Olympia. For more information, contact: Leonard Bauer, FAICP/Deputy Director, Community Planning and Development, City of Olympia. 360-753-8206 or email@example.com. The following invited businesses and organizations help Grow
Arts Walk attracts over 15,000 visitors to celebrate the arts in downtown Olympia. Spring Arts Walk dates are Friday, April; 24, 5-10pm, and Saturday, April 25, 12-8pm. The spring event includes the Procession of the Species Celebration. For more information
Send a Gift Package to The South Sound Reading Foundation or The Black Dog Foundation Choose a gift amount of $25, $50, $100, or ____(fill in the blank – minimum $10). We’ll select appropriate books worth a minimum of the
Demolition of Building at 505 4th Avenue Begins December 1 The City of Olympia, in a collaborative joint training opportunity with Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM), will be demolishing a 7,900 square foot commercial building located at 505 4th Avenue
City Services All City offices including City Hall, Olympia Municipal Court, Olympia Probation Services, and The Olympia Center will be closed on Thursday, November 27, and Friday, November 28, 2014, in observance of Thanksgiving and the day after. City Services
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