Wildlife (WDFW) police as they patrol mountains, coasts and city streets, protecting natural resources and serving the people of Washington.
The Enumclaw High drama department presents a one-act competition involving more than 40 students.
Love Sherlock, Dr. Who, Marvel, Disney, something else? Create fan art, write fan fiction, make fandom crafts and props, or just hang out and discuss your
numclaw’s Imagination Theatre brings a beloved Christmas treasure to life – “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
Holiday music and much more Sunday, Dec. 7 2 p.m.
The Allegro Women's Ensemble and The Plateau Women's Chorale present "Heart of The Holidays, 2014", a benefit concert for Neighbors Feeding Neighbors
The Museum recognizes the contributions of America's veterans at the annual Veterans Day Ceremony.
eens and adults, come work on your NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) novel! Bring your own laptop, or check out one of ours. Or use good old-fashioned pen and paper. Snacks provided.
Learn about cosplay costume techniques and materials including how to make a costume, the basics of thrift store modding, materials sourcing, tools and creating props.
Titusville Station will be playing at the Rendezvous Wine and Brew in Enumclaw
Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest will celebrate the reopening of the Suiattle River Road
Ol' Blue Gravy plays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Rendezvous Wine and Brew in Enumclaw.
8 p.m. Thursday, September 25 Taphouse, Ink in Black Diamond
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
“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.
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.