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Thursday, May 28, 2015
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  • Olympia Little Theatre Presents "Mama Won't Fly":

    Savannah has agreed to get her feisty mother from Alabama to California in time for her brother's wedding.  The problem:  Mama won't fly! Then the bubbly bride-to-be spontaneously decides a road trip would be the PERFECT bonding experience.  Bride-to-be, beleaguered daughter, and Mama embark on a cross- country road trip that includes a near-fatal encounter at a bra museum and a riotous detour to Vegas.  It's four days in a car with Mama; what could possibly go wrong? Friday, May 8-Sunday, June 7

    through Sunday, June 7 (Thu.-Sat. 7:55pm, Sun. 1:55pm)
    Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia 98506

  • GET TICKETS NOW! "Time Stands Still" at State Theatre:

    Harlequin Productions presents "Time Stands Still" by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies. Set in Brooklyn, we meet Sarah, a photo journalist who has returned from Iraq after being injured by a roadside bomb. She and her partner James have spent their lives risking everything to tell the world’s most important stories. Thursday-Sunday, May 7th-30th. Tickets are $20 to $32, with rush tickets available 30 minutes before curtain. Call 360-786-0151 or visit for more information.

    Thursday-Sunday, May 7th-30th
    State Theater, 202 4th Ave. East, Olympia

  • GET TICKETS NOW! Comedy Is King at SPSCC:

    Catch a fresh wave of expression as SPSCC drama students present an evening of comedy! With a particular emphasis on parody and satire, the students will perform in segments ranging from over-the-top sketches to one-act plays. Thursday-Sunday, May 28th-June 7th. All performances begin at 8pm except Sunday, May 31st and June 7th, which have a 2pm start. Call the Washington Center for the Performing Arts box office at 360-753-8586 or see visit for tickets.

    May 28th-June 7th (Thursday-Sat. 8pm, Sun. 2pm)
    South Puget Sound Community College Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia

  • Olympia Downtown Ambassadors:


    The goal of the Downtown Ambassador Program is to create a safe and welcoming environment for all downtown users.  The program is part of the City’s Downtown Project that aims to revitalize downtown Olympia.

    If you need assistance the Ambassadors can be reached at: 360-570-3900.


    Downtown Ambassadors provide customer service to all visitors of downtown by giving directions, assisting shoppers with bags and parking meters, referring people to social services, and answering any questions related to downtown.


    Downtown Ambassador Duties (T/W/Th, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM; F/Sat, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM)

    • ·         Create a safe and welcoming environment in Downtown Olympia
    • ·         Assist downtown users with directions
    • ·         Assist downtown users with parking meters
    • ·         Act as an information source for events and programs in the downtown area
    • ·         Provide referrals to social services
    • ·         All-around customer service

    Clean Team Duties (Wednesday through Sunday, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM)

    • ·         Sweep sidewalks in the downtown core
    • ·         Minor graffiti abatement
    • ·         Clean overflowing trash cans
    • ·         Customer service for users of downtown

    If you need assistance the Ambassadors can be reached at: 360-570-3900.


    City of Olympia Staff Contact:

    Downtown Olympia

  • GET TICKETS NOW! Little Red Schoolhouse Annual BBQ:

    The Little Red Schoolhouse BBQ is an event for all! Enjoy terrific food, desserts, live music and a raffle in an afternoon of fun and interaction to support the important work being done in the community. Thursday, May 28th, 4-7pm. Call 360-491-0414 for details.

    Thursday, May 28th, 4-7pm
    Olympia Lacey Church of God, 5005 Lacey Blvd. SE, Olympia

  • GET TICKETS NOW! "A Life In the Theatre" in Tacoma:

    Take in the full Working Class Theatre Northwest production of the one-act play, "A Life In the Theatre"! Written by David Mamet, the author of "Glengarry Glen Ross," it's a powerful portrayal of two characters - one young and experiencing success for the first time, the other older and anxious - in a series of short, intense exchanges.  Thursday-Sunday, May 28th-June 7th, 8pm. Tickets are $10-12. Call 253-230-4074 for more information; get tickets via 

    Thursday-Sunday, May 28th-June 7th, 8pm
    "733" at 733 Commerce, Tacoma