Submitted by Laura Stewart, LIFE Program Coordinator I am pleased to announce the Learning Is ForEver offerings for the Autumn Quarter.
Are you ready for the total solar eclipse on August 21?
Our eyes are easily the most complex sensory organs we have, but our night vision is nowhere near as powerful as that of many animals.
Sprinker Recreation Center’s ballfields will be an extra tasty place to be Saturday, Aug. 26, when Pierce County Parks & Recreation hosts its third annual Mobile Food Fest. The event was such a success last year, the location has moved from the parking lot to the ballfields to accommodate event goers.
Have you ever wondered just what sunglasses do for your eyes, and how? It’s a little more complex than just dropping a dark filter over your vision.
The Pierce County Council will hold an In-district Council meeting at 5:30 p.m. on July 11, at the Parkland Spanaway Sheriff Precinct-Moran Room, 495 Shandon Wright Way South in Parkland. This in-district meeting will be chaired by District 5 Councilmember Rick Talbert.
Is there anything more American than hot dogs on the grill and fireworks in the sky? We all enjoy a patriotic pyrotechnics display, but fireworks are not without their risks.
Getting a poor night’s rest isn’t the only reason you get dark circles under your eyes!
The last thing any parent wants is for their child to get an eye injury, and it’s even worse when the injury comes from a beloved toy.
Lucky for you, it may be high time for a new pair of shades!