Local gardeners and community members will “plant seeds for hunger relief” at the first annual Growing Awareness benefit for Emergency Food Network at Watson’s Greenhouse and Nursery in Puyallup on June 2, 2016.
Pierce College Puyallup’s latest theatrical production isn’t about that kind of murder. It actually focuses on a group, or ‘murder,’ of crows, and this production features the original work of students, from script development to costumes and set design. Using myths and personal narratives, stories and songs, “Murder Stories” explores the historical, social and cultural […]
This year’s June 26th date will include 30 and 50 mile marked routes. The 12 mile route is designed for families or for those new to biking. Start the ride between 7:30am-11:30am. All routes include maps and cue sheets, map my ride QR codes, a rest stop with refreshments, and rest rooms. The ride starts and […]
Schramm Marketing and Soper Web Studios have announced the merger of the two companies to better serve the marketing needs of King, Pierce, and Thurston counties. Erik Soper, of Soper Web Studios, specializes in web design, organization, hosting, and layout. His diverse skills will round out the already vast suite of services offered by Schramm […]
Enjoy a great day visiting outdoor sculptures and the Farmer’s Market on a field trip co-sponsored by UP for Arts and the City of University Place Recreation Department. Join us on Saturday, May 14 when we depart from the front of the UP Civic/Library Building at 9am headed for the Puyallup Farmer’s Market.
On Saturday, April 23 (9 am-4 pm) and Sunday, April 24 (9 am-3 pm) at the WSU Puyallup Research Center (2606 W Pioneer, Puyallup) will be a Master Gardener Plant Sale.
The sad truth is that exceptional kids are not always viewed as exceptional when they are at school, and are often the targets of bullies. As part of our mission to create a more inclusive community, we want to draw attention to this important issue. Please join Exceptional Families Network on Saturday, May 7th from […]
By Cathie Ericson KeyBank South Puget Sound Market President Brian Marlow joined Washington Governor Jay Inslee and South Puget Sound Community College President Timothy Stokes last week to honor 66 students named to the All-Washington Academic Team. The students, representing all the state’s 34 community and technical colleges, each received a $250 scholarship from KeyBank. […]
Spring has sprung at Emergency Food Network’s Mother Earth Farm and it’s time to prepare the soil for planting. What better way to do this than the old fashioned way – with draft horses and antique tractors.
Our Town America, the nation’s premier New Mover Marketing franchise, has announced its first Washington location in South Puget Sound. This is big news as the Our Town America business model, a Direct Mail Marketing program specializing in delivering warm community welcome packages filled with free offers for new residents, is a perfect fit for South Puget Sound – […]