Remember the 1980’s when women’s bouffant hair was held up with about a can and a half of lacquer? Spanaway Lake High School gives audiences a chance to relive the days of wrapping toilet paper around those enormous towers of hair before going to bed for the night, hoping the style would remain the same […]
By Laura Stewart Living history performer and educator, Karen Haas, will be joined by pianist, Debi Rinehart, in presenting a musical program entitled “Keep Calm & Carry a Song.” This class will feature popular songs which kept the G.I.’s jiving, and the home front hopeful through World War II. This lively duo will have you […]
Pre-printed 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ income tax forms and instructions are now available at Pierce County Library locations. Due to federal budget constraints, pre-printed forms and instructions are limited and will be provided while supplies last.
Pierce County Parks and Recreation invites boys and girls to Sprinker Ice Arena on Saturday, Feb. 20 for a Try Hockey For Free clinic as part of Hockey Weekend Across America. Starting at 5:45 p.m. local youth, ages 4 to 9, are encouraged to experience ice hockey for the first time and learn the basic […]
No, there’s nothing going on at Spanaway Lake High School that could cause rumors of wrong doing. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Director Chris Serface, is readying the school’s thespians for the opening night of the Neil Simon comedy “Rumors,” which opens to the public Friday, February 26.
The Lakewood Winter Club, in partnership with Pierce County Parks & Recreation, is proud to present their annual Figure Skating Ice Show, Reflections on Ice (ROI). This year’s theme is “Love is In the Air,” and is appropriately held over the Valentine’s Day weekend.
Meet Alex Alben, Washington state’s chief privacy officer and author of “Analog Days—How Technology Rewrote Our Future,” at 7 p.m. on Feb. 9 at Parkland/Spanaway Pierce County Library. The library is located at 13718 Pacific Ave. S. in Tacoma.
The Pierce County Parks and Recreation Department announced that the Sprinker Recreation Center experienced record-breaking attendance and revenue in 2015.
An open letter to Governor Jay Inslee by Laurie Lawhon, Lakewood, WA Washington state is positioning itself to become the industrial underbelly of the United States. You have stood for undoing industrial disasters, such as the radiation at Hanford. Now there are two projects coming up, that could well create industrial disasters. Washington currently enjoys a […]
By Ray Grinberg The Annual Meeting of Lakeview Light & Power is set for March 15th, 2106. At this year’s meeting there will be elections for two of the Board’s five Director positions. This year there is one vacancy. The term is for three years. Members wishing to be candidates for this position should notify […]