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Four presentations for learning how you can care for loved ones at home.
Measles hasn’t gone away, so think twice before not vaccinating.
They begin Feb. 7, and are continued to continue every first Thursday of the month.
The event is Saturday, Feb. 2.
You never wanted to get caught. Wasn’t that the point of playing Hide & Seek? To sneak out, lay low, and sneak back to safety?… Continue reading
From February through mid-April, AARP Tax-Aide and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance volunteers will provide free one-on-one tax consultations at four Pierce County Library System locations.
Let’s do some beautification out at Boise Creek.
The event is free for attendees of all ages.
That thing? You’re ready to let it go. It sparks joy, but not enough. Or it doesn’t, and you’re not sure why you didn’t donate… Continue reading
It’s not too late to get your flu shot.
It’s the neighborly thing to do.
The view from above was stunning. The cliché says that people look like ants when you’re looking down from a ledge, and they do. Trees… Continue reading
Most sessions aren’t on the Plateau, but the Buckley library is hosting a course on how to apply for jobs and prepare your resume Thursday, March 28.
There will be two classes: one in Enumclaw, and another in Sumner.
In these four-part workshops for 16-24 year olds, you can learn how to prepare yourself for life as an adult.
Also,come to the Enumclaw library Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 6:30 pm for a discussion on “The Book of Joy” by Desmond Tutu in preparation for the forest bathing event.
Your hand is deep in a bucket of crunchy goodness. Without popcorn, a movie is just a bunch of flickering lights, a series of stills… Continue reading
What is it, and is it healthy?
Students in kindergarten through 6th grade are able to participate in the statewide contest.
First shift begins in early morning. You hit work then, and run all day for that weekly paycheck. Second shift starts the minute you pick… Continue reading