The Steilacoom Parks and Trails Supporters are finally at the stage where we are ready to plant the native plants on the berm at Saltars Point Park. The plants have been developing their roots over the summer and early fall in front of the Town Administrative Building on Roe St.
Submitted by Christa Lippert The 2016 Red Ribbon Bazaar at Steilacoom High School is on Saturday, December 3rd from 9am to 4 pm. Nineteen years ago, visionary community members started this tradition featuring homemade handcrafted and other items and its still going strong.
Sunbursts, ships, jewelry racks and more…these are just a few of the items shoppers will find at the annual Red Ribbon Bazaar in Steilacoom on Saturday, Dec. 3. Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. that day, shoppers will find decorated trees, quilts, baked goods and more at this traditional event that’s always held at Steilacoom […]
Dozens of history-minded folks visited Steilacoom’s historic Orr Home this weekend and enjoyed meandering among the Victorian-style holiday décor–from the festive parlor, through the dining room and kitchen and then upstairs to view the children’s rooms.
Submitted by Jan Lucas Start your holidays in Steilacoom at the 1857 Nathaniel Orr Home. Learn how families celebrated the holidays in the early 1900’s. Rooms are beautifully decorated around the theme LET HEAVEN AND NATURE SING, local musicians entertain throughout the event. Of note are students from Steilacoom High School Band, local favorite Jeannie […]
The 7th Annual Steilacoom All-Comers Community Christmas Sing and Play Along takes place at the Town Hall on Sunday, December 13 from 6 to 8 PM.
People cited for traffic infractions, misdemeanors and other non-felony violations in Steilacoom have been traveling to the next community over to handle their cases the past month. On Oct. 1, Steilacoom officially entered into a contract with the Municipal Court of Lakewood and University Place. That means the enhanced services that come with the court […]
By Jaynie Jones An historical lecture about a young girl who arrived in Steilacoom in 1853 was presented for the residents of Bridgeport Place as the kick-off event for National Assisted Living Week. Sunday afternoon Nancy Covert (above), a freelance writer, author, and journalist who has immersed herself in Steilacoom’s history for more than 20 […]
Pat Moon’s quaint barber shop in the heart of the Steilacoom’s Historic District has been a fixture there for many, many years. Customers could always count on a lively discussion of politics and other hot topics while getting a haircut. Now the town’s renowned barber needs your support in a different way. According to the […]