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Saturday, February 28, 2015
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  • GET TICKETS NOW! "Angels in America" at Olympia Little Theatre:

    Don't miss this two-part Pulitzer Prize-winning adult drama about the AIDS crisis in America. "Angels In America" is harrowing, uproarious and magical - warning: explicit sexual language.

    Part 1: Millennium Approaches, Thursday-Saturday, February 19th-21st, 7:55pm and Sunday, February 22nd, 1:55pm.

    Part 2: Perestroika, Thursday-Saturday, February 26th-28th, 7:55pm and Sunday, March 1st, 1:55pm.


    Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 19th-21st & Feb. 26th-28th, 7:55pm; Sunday Feb. 22nd & March 1st, 1:55pm
    Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave. NE, Olympia
    360-786-9484 www.olympialittletheatre.org

  • "Raiders of the Lost Ark" at Centralia's Fox Theatre:

    Bring the whole family to "Raiders of the Lost Ark," as the 2015 film series has begun! All proceeds benefit the restoration of the Historic Fox Theatre. Saturday, February 28th, 2 & 7pm. Admission is $8 per person ($7 for members), $20 for a family of three to four. Call 360-623-1103 for more information.


    Saturday, February 28th, 2 & 7pm
    Historic Fox Theatre, Centralia
    360-623-1103

  • Pie Bakers Guild "Pie Fest 2015":

    It's Pie mania! Enter the contest, or simply eat and buy pies and have a shot at winning prizes donated by local businesses! The contest will be judged by local bakers - pay to eat or donate three cans of food per slice. Music by Fishtrap. Saturday, February 28th, 1-4pm. Get contest entry rules by visiting www.olypie.org


    Saturday, February 28th, 1-4pm
    Olympia Center, 222 Columbia Street NW, Olympia
    olybakers@gmail.com www.olypie.org

  • Washington State Culinary Competition:

    Sample terrific food from nineteen young culinary teams from Washington as theyl compete in the state's premier competition, using teamwork and critical thinking to get to the national contest! These skills will help students in the future, as the restaurant industry is the largest private employer in Washington state. Saturday, February 28th, 8:30am. Call 360-956-7279 for more information.


    Saturday, February 28th, 8:30am
    McGavick Conference Center at Clover Park Technical College, 4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood
    360-956-7279

  • Restoration Day at Allison Springs:

    Help Stream Team and Capitol Land Trust restore the estuary connecting to the Allison Springs! It will be a fun day of removing invasive periwinkle and planting trees & shrubs to improve one of the gems of South Puget Sound. Saturday, February 28th, 9am-1pm. Register now at www.streamteam.info or call 360-753-8159 for details.

    Saturday, February 28th, 9am-1pm
    Allison Springs Lane (across from 200 Delphi Road), Olympia
    tlindner@ci.olympia.wa.us, 360-753-8159 www.streamteam.info

  • FREE! Family Concert with Recess Monkey:

    The whole family is invited to a free family concert with Recess Monkey! Kids activities will follow the show. Teachers of Tomorrow Club will collect non-perishable donations to the Thurston County Food Bank. Free admission, free parking! Saturday, February 28th, 10-11am (activities 11am-12pm). For more information, call 360-596-5293.


    Saturday, February 28th, 10-11am (activities 11am-12pm)
    South Puget Sound Community College Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia
    360-596-5293 www.spscc.edu/entertainment

  • FREE! Game Day at WET Science Center:

    Get out of the rain and play games at the WET Science Center! Become the game piece for a giant board game called The Drip Stops Here, and learn how to save water at home. You can also play Oceanopoly, Ocean Bingo, Save the Sound, and more! Saturday, February 28th, 10am-4pm. Free, all ages. Call 360-528-5742 or see www.facebook.com/wetsciencecenter for more information.

     

     

     

     


    Saturday, February 28th, 10am-4pm
    WET Science Center--500 Adams St. NE, Olympia
    360-528-5742 www.facebook.com/wetsciencecenter

  • FREE! WSU Lewis County Master Gardener Grape Care:

    Learn how to prune your grapes and what grapes grow well in the Northwest climate, as WSU Lewis County Master Gardener Gary Gorremans will lead a class on spring grape care. Cuttings from the grapes at Borst Demo Garden will be available for all attendees. Free! Saturday, February 28th, 10am. Call Art Fuller at 360-740-1216 or email art.fuller@lewiscountywa.gov for details.


    Saturday, February 28th, 10am
    Borst Demo Garden, Centralia
    360-740-1216, art.fuller@lewiscountywa.gov www.co.lewis.wa.us

  • Live to Dance!

    The Capital High School Cougarette Dance Team hosts a dance competition with 25 teams performing in Pom, Dance, Kick, Show, Military, & Hip Hop categories Saturday, February 28th at 1pm. Adults $7, seniors/CHS students with ASB $5.


    Saturday, February 28th, 1-5pm
    Capital High School, 2707 Conger Ave. NW, Olympia
    jkiefer@osd.wednet.edu www.sites.google.com/site/capitalcougarettesdanceteam/

  • GET TICKETS NOW! Olympia Dance Festival at Washington Center:

    Eleven dance groups from the Northwest will appear in a special show! Aaron Turner, the charismatic tap dancer from Season 10 of "So You Think You Can Dance," will perform with the talented locals. Saturday, February 28th, 7:30pm. Tickets are $15 (including $3 service fee) and available from the Washington Center Box Office by calling 360-753-8586.


    Saturday, February 28th, 7:30pm
    Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St. SE, Olympia
    360-753-8585 www.washingtoncenter.org

  • GET TICKETS NOW! "The Miracle Worker" at Lakewood Playhouse:

    "The Miracle Worker" is the inspirational story of Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan. Sullivan's unshakable faith that Keller - unable to speak, hear or see since childhood - will learn to survive and thrive in the world through the eyes and ears of others, continues to move audiences. Thursday-Sunday, February 19th-March 15th, 8pm (Sunday shows at 2pm). There are also three "Pay What You Can" Thursdays at 8pm: February 19th, February 26th, March 5th (Actors' Benefit). Call the Lakewood Playhouse box office for more information: 253-588-0042. 


    Thursday-Sunday, February 19th-March 15th, 8pm (Sunday 2pm)
    Lakewood Playhouse, 5729 Lakewood Towne Center Blvd., Lakewood
    253-588-0042 www.lakewoodplayhouse.org

  • Cormac McCarthy's "The Sunset Limited" On Stage:

    Working Class Theater Northwest presents "The Sunset Limited."  In the play, Cormac McCarthy, author of The Road, All the Pretty Horses, and No Country for Old Men, explores religion through the dynamic lens of American race relations. Directed by Tim Samland and starring Aaron Bredlau (White) and Jack House (Black), "The Sunset Limited" begins immediately after Black rescues White from jumping in front of a train. From that chance meeting, the two men explore the depths of faith and conviction that have led them down such opposite paths.


    "The Sunset Limited" opens in Tacoma on Thursday, February 12 at Tacoma Youth Theater, 924 Broadway, with a pay-what-you-can preview. The show continues on February 13-14, 19-22, 26-28 before moving to Olympia’s Midnight Sun, 113 N. Columbia St., for a run Thursday-Sunday March 5-8. All performances are at 8pm. Suggested donation is $12 for general tickets and $10 for students, seniors, military and union members. Tickets are available online for both the Tacoma and Olympia performances,  http://sunsetlimitedolympia.brownpapertickets.com, or at the door. Email workingclasstheaternw@gmail.com about group discounts.


    Tacoma Feb. 12-28 and Olympia March 5-8 at 8pm
    Tacoma Youth Theater, 924 Broadway, Feb. 12-28. Midnight Sun (Olympia), 113 N. Columbia March 5-8
    (206) 963-9233 http://workingclasstheaternw.blogspot.com/ https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassTheatreNW