Events around town this week | Bonney Lake and Sumner

Join the Bonney Lake Library staff for discussion following a movie. This event is for adults to share ideas, questions and insight.

Saturday, April 12

Join the Bonney Lake Library staff for discussion following a movie.

This event is for adults to share ideas, questions and insight.

The movie and discussion is scheduled for 2 p.m. This event is free and no registration is required.

For more events happening at the Bonney Lake Library, visit their website.

Monday, April 14

The Sumner Library is also hosting a movie and discussion from 6 to 8 p.m.

Sponsored by The Friends of the Sumner Library, adults are welcome to join thought-provoking conversation after watching “Stories We Tell.”

The movie is about the life of an aspiring actress and mother and results of impulsive actions unleashed on her children, husband and community.

Light refreshments will also be available.

For more information on this event and others at the Sumner Library, visit their website.

Sumner School District

Bonney Lake High School, Sumner High School and all other Sumner School District schools are on spring break from Monday, April 7 until Friday, April 11.

The school district’s monthly board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16.

Saturday, April 19

At Allan Yorke Park the annual community Easter egg hunt begins at 11 a.m. rain or shine.

This event is free and for children ages 1 to 11.

The Easter bunny will be there to take photos.

Later that day at Allan Yorke Park an adult flashlight Easter egg hunt is scheduled to start at 9 p.m.

The non-city event is sponsored by the Sumner-Bonney Lake Recreation Program.

Two thousand eggs will be hidden and a number of different prizes will be available  to win including gift cards, soda and chips.

This event is free for those who wish to attend.

Monday, April 21

The Sumner City Council is holding a public hearing for citizen’s to comment on the city’s six year transportation improvement plan.

The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Sumner City Hall Council Chambers.

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