- WHAT: Beginner Beekeeping Classes
- WHEN: The first Monday of each month, January–June, 2015, 6:15 pm–7:15 PM
- WHERE: WSU Puyallup Campus Research and Extension Center
- Allmendinger Center, 2606 West Pioneer (formerly 7612 Pioneer Way, E)
- Just west of downtown Puyallup
- COST: $35 (covers cost of textbook and apprentice beekeeper patch and required annual membership in Pierce County Beekeepers Association)
- WHO: Anyone age 6 or over
Holy Disciples Catholic Church, located on Puyallup’s South Hill, is a vibrant community of faith, dedicated to the gospel, centered in the eucharist and fulfilling our baptismal call with the consistent sharing of prayer, worship and reconciliation, welcoming all through education/faith formation, hospitality, community building, outreach, stewardship and evangelization. [Read more…]
New carpets and restrooms, better access to books and materials, expanded seating and more.
Celebrate new spaces and features at South Hill Pierce County Library. The library, closed the month of November for remodeling, opened on Dec. 1 with raffle prizes, free refreshments, and coffee courtesy of the Starbucks on 132nd and Meridian. [Read more…]
The sounds of the season will be echoing throughout Pierce College in early December when Puyallup and Fort Steilacoom choirs take the stage to perform a variety of holiday favorites. Pierce College Puyallup choirs will perform on Dec. 5 and 6 at 7 p.m., and Fort Steilacoom choirs will perform their own holiday favorites on Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. Each concert will take place in the Arts and Allied Health Theater on the Puyallup campus.
Longtime preservationist and tribal historian Tim Mentz Sr. is taking the stage Nov. 25 at Pierce College Puyallup to shed light on the environmental and cultural implications of a controversial form of accessing oil and natural gas, known as “fracking.”
The Pierce College community gathered on both campuses in honor of Veterans Day, sharing stories about the service members in their lives and listening to the experiences of several of our own who have served in the past.
As if hands-on activities, kitchen demos, food trucks and exhibitors of everything do-it-yourself were not enough, attendees of Pierce County Library’s DIYfest also will meet local authors. DIYfest is a free event that takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 at the Fruitland Grange, 11102 86th Ave. E., in Puyallup. [Read more…]
Rush Commercial Construction is further contributing to Puyallup’s thriving health care community with the addition of a third building to its development on the corner of 30th Avenue Southwest and South Meridian Avenue. The expansion, situated at 2930 S. Meridian Ave., will add a three-floor space measuring 28,359 square feet. [Read more…]
Explore everything do-it-yourself at Pierce County Library’s first ever DIYfest from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 at the Fruitland Grange, 11102 86th Ave. E., in Puyallup.
The free event features local authors, hands-on activities, kitchen demos, food trucks and a DIY bookmobile. Learn from exhibitors who know a thing or two about gardening, farming, household sustainability, handcrafts, and things to keep young DIY-ers interested. [Read more…]