Families and individuals of all ages are invited to the Paradise area of Mount Rainier National Park for a special “star viewing party” on Saturday Sept. 20.
Sept. 16 “The Invention of Wings” by Sue Monk Kidd
A presentation on Sept. 13 with historian JD Wyneken looks at the 70th anniversary of the Nazi V-2 rocket, a flying bomb that made the first flights to the fringes of space.
“Prairie Dawn” was originally published in Cather’s collection April Twilights (The Gorham Press, 1903).
Winners of the 2014 GEMs juried art exhibit have been named by the city of Enumclaw’s Cultural Programs coordinator and members of the city Arts Commission.
Dace's Rock 'n' More Music Academy and the Maple Valley Creative Arts Council are partnering to present monthly open mic sessions and teaching a ukulele group.
On Saturday Aug. 23 Mount Rainier National Park will present Shadows of the Past, a “living history” program.
Students and parents can preview their autumnal academic choices with the "STEM Back to School Day," 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 23.
Jonathan Greene is a master of the short poem, but while he prunes them down to their essentials he never cuts out the wonder and delight.
Enumclaw High School alumni present the musical “Company,” with all proceeds going to the EHS Drama Department.
I like the looks of trellises and arbors and those miniature barns that keep your bushel baskets of tools dry.
Here’s a poem by an Indiana poet, Shari Wagner, that has a delightful time describing the many sounds of running water.
Imagination Theatre youth have been hard at work to stage the world renowned classic “The Music Man.”
The city of Enumclaw’s Cultural Programs office announces the premier of “10 Decades: The People of Enumclaw.”
Pilots with the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, will fly over Seattle, Monday, July 28.
Who hasn’t wished he or she could talk to a carnival worker and find out what their lives are like? Everybody, perhaps, but the carnival workers. Here’s a poem by Mark Kraushaar of Wisconsin that captures one of those lives.
Friday 10 to 11:30 a.m. – Dance It Up! (local youth dance) Noon to 1:30 p.m. – Convergence Blue Grass Band
The 68th annual Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering kicks off Friday evening, then gets rolling in earnest from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Expo Center.
If you’re heading to see Motley Crue at the White River Amphitheatre this Sunday night, plan ahead.
Her exhibit runs through Aug. 5 at the gallery in City Hall council chambers.