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The deadline to enter the Scarecrow Contest and the City Hall gallery are in October.
A Community Meet and Greet is scheduled for Sept. 21.
A new King County grant to create senior “hubs” will help fund the effort.
Get ready to pick up a book, shoot some hoops, and even have a pillow fight.
Come for a wine and beer tasting, or to meet Blitz the Seahawk.
This is one of the few events the Expo Center is funding itself, rather than just simply renting out space.
The guest speaker at the event will be Enumclaw’s Dr. Jim Merrill.
Don’t miss the city’s largest event of the year.
Nine out of 10 people in direct contact with someone with measles who aren’t immune will also get infected.
The ribbon cutting for the new music wing is Aug. 28 at 5 p.m., though the open house lasts until 8.
Classes are filling up fast, so sign up soon.
Jacob Swan is not only an avid outdoorsman, but he’s also a physician assistant in Kent.
“The King Who Would Be King,” is showing on Aug. 27.
The event is this weekend, Aug. 24, from 11 to 4 p.m.
Christianson was an Enumclaw resident who was injured in a horse race and became quadriplegic.
The mid-September event aims to help people develop more technical skills or edit their resume.
The Aug. 15 “Pint Night” at Headworks Brewery will go to the Gary Sinise Foundation.
The display chronicles the life of Pete Storbo and the Mount Rainier Mining Company.
There will also be a grand opening of two new model homes at the housing development site.
There are several state parks Plateau residents can enjoy nearby.