The Eatonville Library offers children’s story time at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. These events offer stories, art activities, rhymes, sings and fingerplays for children and caregivers.


Eatonville United Methodist Church will host a no-cost after-school program, called Jesus for Kids (JFK) Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. at the church for elementary- and middle-school-aged kids. There will be snacks, tutoring, crafts, games and chapel time. For more information, contact 360-832-4021, 360-832-4560 or 253-328-2344.


Wild Child Weekends will operate from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.  on weekends Feb. 1-29 at Northwest Trek. If you’re feeling cabin fever, Northwest Trek is the best place to get out the winter wiggles and Wild Child Weekends is the perfect time to get your own kids close to nature. Feel wolf fur, hold a mountain goat skull, stroke a wolf pelt, stagger under elk antlers and get up close to dozens of native Northwest animals. Stretch your wings at Eagle Passage or slide down a rope or climb at stump at our Kids’ Trek playground. Too cold? Ride a heated tram through our 435-acre Free-Roaming Area to spy moose and bison. Up to 2 kids 12 or under are free with each adult general admission on weekends.


The Graham Business Association meets from 7:15-9 a.m. the third Wednesday of every month at The Lodge at Frontier Park. On Feb. 19, Joseph Romero of Service First Real Estate Group will give an update the Real Estate market in Graham/Pierce County. On March 18, Steve Martinez, a CPA and attorney, will speak on choosing you legal and taxable entity.


 - Ladies & Gents - You are invited to join us for “Furry, Frisky, February” Luncheon Wed., February 12 from Noon-1:30pm @ the United Methodist Church in Yelm - Cost $10. Reservations required by calling:  Linda 253-341-2301 or Judy 360-458-0510 (complimentary childcare available upon request). Featuring: Re-homing Dogs & Cats by Sally Andrews & Special Speaker: Lois Williams, Poet/Author from Lacey.


The Thursday, February 13th meeting of the Dogwood Garden Club will be held at member Kathy Mettler’s home at 10:30 am. Our program will be presented by member Nancy Schank on the pruning and care of Hydrangeas. If you are interested in joining our group please contact Diane Mettler at 360-832-1745 or Mary Bewley at 360-832-4910.


Roxy Theater in Morton presents “Little Women” Dessert Theater. Written by Thomas Hischak, based on a novel by Louisa May Alcott and directed by Vanessa Nixon Klein.  February 14 & 21 at 7pm, February 15 & 22 at 2pm.  Costs are $18 advance tickets, $20 at the door, $10 students/children.  Tickets available online at and at the BCJ Gallery.  There will also be a Pay What You Can Performance on February 20 at 7pm.


Mount Rainier Eagles Aerie #3158 Annual Crab Feed is Saturday February 15th at 6:00 P.M. Open to the public, we are pre selling tickets for $30.00 each. Meal includes 1 and 1/2 crab, spaghetti or Alfredo, salad and garlic bread. Pasta only tickets are just $10.00. Tickets are limited and going fast!


Eatonville High School Drama Productions presents MAMMA MIA! "The Musical" at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21, 22, 28 and 29, at 302 Mashell Ave. Eatonville. Tickets: cost$16 for adults, and $12 for students, seniors (60+) and children. See High School Main Office for tickets or further details. Call 360-879-1200.


Save the date: Friday, March 6, 2020, for the annual GBA Scholarship Auction.  As Kelley Boynton mentioned last year, the auction this year is going to be bigger and better than ever! Folks can get involved in a financial capacity, or by offering up items to auction.  Visit or call 360-832-2451 for more details.


17th annual feed the children fundraiser and fun run/walk runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 7, at Frontier Park in Graham. Home and garden vendors apply now as 10'x10' spaces are filling up.  Visit  or call 253 279 3071 for more information.


Columbia Crest is seeking 20-30 presenters for our Career Fair on March 24th,2020 from 12:00 noon till 2:00pm, from all types of industries. The school is trying to cover the following career paths: health and human services, science and natural resources, career and technical education, business management/administration and fine arts (to include culinary arts, music, etc.).

Please call our office at 360-569-2567 if you would like to present to our students. Those who come to represent should be able to speak about their job role, the benefits and challenges of the job role, and the nuts and bolts of the work they do (i.e. salary, retirement, health benefits).

Here is the schedule of events for that day:

12:00-12:30 Presenters Set Up

12:30-1:00 Assembly - each visitor introduces their name a trade. During the assembly the whole school will listen to each speaker briefly speak for 2-3 minutes.

1:00-1:30 4-8th Grade asks questions and visits booths K-3 will exit the Gym with their teachers. 4-8 will stay and stop at tables to ask specific questions and see the hands-on elements up close.

1:30-2:00 K-3rd grade asks questions visits booths 4-6 will exit the Gym with their teachers. K-3 will enter the Gym to visit the tables with their teachers to ask specific questions and see the hands-on elements up close.


The Eatonville Family Agency, a nonprofit charitable organization, supports and runs the only backpack program in the Eatonville School District, which feeds around 100 children each weekend for the school year. To participate, volunteer or donate, visit the agency at the Eatonville Community Center at 305 W. Center St., in Eatonville or call 360-832-6805 for information.


This is a faith-based 12-Step Recovery Program. Become a guest at one of the weekly Celebrate Recovery meetings every Tuesday evening. The group offers childcare. Dinner is at 6 p.m., worship is at 6:30 p.m., large group time is at 7 p.m. and small groups are at 7:30 p.m. Call 360-303-7038 or visit to learn more.