Beekeeping classes start Jan. 5

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  • 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

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South Hill Church reaches out to community

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…]

Pierce College choirs spread holiday cheer

DSC_6537The 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.
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Pierce County Library launches DIYfest, Nov. 15

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…]