Her trademark design fur trimmed coats are sold out at Nordstrom, but designer Sachi, tiny as her name still faithfully practices Tai Chi with the Empty Step Tai Chi Association. This diminutive woman who came to the United States as a bride at the end of World War II, built a career in design for […]
Has your doctor suggested that Tai Chi would improve your balance, flexibility, and disposition? Maybe you’ve read that 250 million Americans now practice Tai Chi and find it helpful for controlling stress, anxiety, fatigue, or anger and even migraine headaches. No matter the reason, if you’ve been wondering how to get started with Tai Chi, […]
Submitted by Dorothy Wilhelm. It promises to be damp but exciting. Audience members are welcome to watch on August 24 when Dorothy Wilhelm records Swimming Upstream at the Lakewood Senior Activity Center 9112 Lakewood Dr SW, Lakewood, WA 98499. 9:00 – Dorothy will be sharing her own audience involvement story “Take Me To The Fair” […]
Submitted Dorothy Wilhelm. Here’s an opportunity to create a piece of striking designer jewelry and at the same time honoring a community organization that is often overlooked. I’m talking about a beading class led by Key Peninsula Designer Carolyn Wiley of C. Wiley Designs. The class will be held on August 22, 2018 – 1:00 […]
Submitted by Dorothy Wilhelm. A new feature is being added to Dorothy Wilhelm’s podcast which will be recorded on Friday, July 27 at the Lakewood Senior Activity Center. The program, It’s Never Too Late/Swimming Upstream, is possibly the only show on the air with two names. This will be explained at some later time. Not […]
Just time to get into the spirit of Christmas, everyone is welcome on December 1 when Dorothy Wilhelm records her “Swimming Upstream” at the Lakewood Senior Activity Center. Audience is welcome when the Christmas Party begins at 10:00 with a call from Santa.
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Local humorist Dorothy Wilhelm is offering a chance for The Suburban Times readers to win a preview copy of her new book, How Washington Began – and it’s no joke. This book, in a limited premier run, has been created by Wilhelm for a benefit for the Governor’s Mansion Foundation to be held on October 13.
Many doctors are prescribing Tai Chi for their older patients as it is helpful in many ways including improved balance, preventing falls, even heightening immune system. If your doctor has suggested Tai Chi but you don’t know how to get started, you have your chance at the Washington State Fair Home Arts Department on September […]
Dorothy Wilhelm will demonstrate her slightly off the wall cooking technique at the Washington State Fair on Opening Day this year. That’s Friday, Sept 11 from 3:30 to 5:30 in the Home Arts Department. She will demonstrate how to prepare her famous Turtle Brownies, always in demand for special occasions.
Of course you can draw! Who says so? Artist Mark Ryan, that’s who!
We love our history in Pierce County and there’s plenty to love . In fact, if the chair you’re sitting in is in Western Pierce County, there’s a good chance you’re right at one of the spots where Washington Territory began.