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Dr. Seuss Film Festival On Wednesday and Thursday, April 1st and 2nd, from 2-3:30pm, at the Centralia Timberland Library, bring your own treats and spend the afternoon watching a free movie at the library. For more information, call 736-0183.
The Spring Fling is fun for the entire family Saturday, April 4th from Noon-2 in Downtown Chehalis. Bring the kids for an Easter Egg Hunt throughout Downtown Chehalis, a picture with the Easter Bunny at Baby Gear, and of course some great memories.
The Lewis County Bluegrass and Stage Shows present an all day event Saturday, April 4th at the Adna Grange on Dieckman Road. Bring your stringed instrument to jam from 2-5, a Swedish Meatball dinner at 5 for only $6, and Live Bands start at 6. Check out the Newaukum River Band, Alder Creek Bluegrass Band, Seth Martin Band, the Dills Family Band, and headliners Fern Hill Bluegrass Band. Donations accepted at the door. For more information, call Becky at 520-7281.
The Evergreen Playhouse presents A Streetcar Named Desire Friday April 10th through the 26th. Get tickets online at Brownpapertickets.com. For show times, call Shane at 360-789-7816.
The Big Brothers Big Sisters program is putting on Bowl for Kids' Sake April 11th at Fairway Lanes in Centralia. Build a team of 4-6, and raise a minumum of $125 per bowler. Money raised goes to the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. For more information, call 360-943-0409.
April 11th and 13th, join the nation in the Million March Against Child Abuse through Olympia's Sylvester park from 10am-2pm to raise awareness of child abuse and crimes against children. The walk goes again April 13th at the Washington Capitol East Campus Plaza. For more information, contact Chrissy Durette at vanhorn.chris@yahoo.com.
Launching the New Deal: the CCC in 1933 On Wednesday, April 15th, from 3-4pm at the Salkum Timberland Library, Heritage and Tribal Programs manager Rick McClure with the Gifford Pinchot National Forest gives a presentation, exploring the critical first year of the Civilian Conservation Corps operations on local National Forest System lands. For more information, call (360) 985-2148.
The Lewis County Master Gardeners present a hands on demostration of growing vegetables in containers at Providence Place Demo Garden in Chehalis April 11th at 10 am. For more information, contact Art Fuller at 740-1216.
Sharing Memories On Saturday, April 25th, from 3-5pm at the Mountain View Timberland Library in Randle, the White Pass County Historical Society and Museum presents a local history slide show. Bring your old photos and stories. Refreshments provided. For more information, call (360) 497-2665.
The Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival is coming up August 7-10 at Toledo High School's Outdoor Ampetheatre. Phillip Steinmetz and his Sunny Tennesseans headline, with the best bluegrass mountain music. For more information, call 520-4524.
Get ready to play ball, Tryouts for 16U Patriots are coming up Sunday, August 10th at the St. Martin's University baseball field. For more information, call 253-209-8533.
Lewis County Head Start is currently accepting applications for children ages 3 and 4, or will turn 5 after August 31st. Scholarships available for families who do not qualify for state or federal program services. To request an application, call 736-1696, or stop by the office at 1703 N. Pearl in Centralia.
Widows & Widowers Lunch is held on the second Wednesday of every month starting at 11am at The Restaurant, 1757 N. National Ave. in Chehalis. Have you recently lost a spouse, partner or close friend? Feeling lost? You are welcome to get together with a group of people who know what it's like to go it alone. Come enjoy good old fashion food and conversation. Please bring the cost of your own lunch. Call Heather or Ben at 360-736-1388 for information.
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