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The Pe Ell Farmer's Market is on Saturdays through October, from 7 until Noon on Highway 6 and 7th Avenue. For more information, call Rebecca at 360-245-3339.
The Fire Mountain Arts Council presents a 3 Week Drama Camp for children ages 6-18 at the Roxy Theatre and Tiller Arts Center June 22nd through July 12th. Kids will learn about the craft of theatre and what it means to be on stage. Registration forms are available at the BCJ Gallery or online at
Centralia Free Summer Meal Program Between June 22-July 17, Monday through Friday, Edison Elementary School will host free breakfast and lunch at 607 H Street in Centralia. For more information, call 330-7626.
The W.F. West Class of 1985 30 Year Reunion will be Saturday August 8th from 6-10pm at a classmate's farm in Chehalis. The event will include buffet-style dinner and live music from Chris Guenther. Attendees must email to RSVP by July 8th. Alumni are requested to email Then and Now pics of themselves, pics of their family, etc. by July 1st. Call Duby Petit at (360) 202-4909 for more information.
Toledo Cheese Days kick off Saturday, July 11th with a car and motorcycle show at the Toledo Middle School all day from 7 to 5. Don't miss breakfast at the senior center, the parade at 11, kid's carnival, silent auction, big raffle, cheddar challenge, wine, beer, and cheese tasting! Entry fee for the car show is $20. For more information, contact Ron Smith at 360-864-4391.
The Napavine H.S. Scholarship foundation puts on a 5K Fun Run Saturday, July 18th at the Napavine High School. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the race starts at 9. Entry fee is $15 for students and $20 adults. For more information, call Dave Ross at (360) 266-0682.
The Evergreen Playhouse is holding General Auditons July 27th and 28th for those wishing to be a part of plays and musicals. Actors need to prepare two contrasting monologues and at least 16 bars of accompanied music. To reserve your audition, go to
Arts of the Mountain fine arts festival June 27th and 28th from 10am-6pm, 40 local artists will be showing at 6 Venues, starting at I-5 and Scenic Highway 504 ending at Mount St. Helens Science and Learning Center in Coldwater. This is a free event which includes: Wood working, Painting, Photography, Jewelry making, Ceramics, Glass, Leather and some music as well. For a map of the event and list of artists, go to
Grocery Outlet fights local hunger with Independence From Hunger during the month of July by asking customers to donate cash, gift cards, and food donations that will go to Lewis County Food Banks. Hunger is a reality for over 50 million Americans, and summer can be the slowest time for food bank donations. For more information on how to help, go to
The Centralia Police Department is looking for sponsors for their first ever Neighborhood Block Watch Party in August to honor National Night Out, a nationwide event that raises community-police awareness. If your business wants to participate with a donation, call Allie at 360-438-9958 ext. 362.
High School students can learn all about Unmanned Aerial Vehicles at the 2015 Drone Zone summer STEM camp at W.F. West High School August 3rd through 7th. Cost is $90 and includes 3 half-day sessions, and a full day on the campus of Centralia College. Register online at
The Mt. St. Helens Bluegrass Festival is coming up August 7-10 at Toledo High School's Outdoor Amphitheatre. 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.
Meetings for the National Alliance On Mental Illness are Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm at the Lewis County Senior Center, and Thursdays from 2:00-3:30 pm at the Centralia First United Methodist Church on Washington Avenue in Centralia. These meetings are exclusively for adults living with mental illness, and offer support for daily challenges. For more information, contact Debbie at 785-9668 or Melissa at 736-2073.
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.
If your non-profit club, group, or organization has an event coming up, let Live 95 help spread the word. Simply send us the appropriate information as far in advance as possible. Remember to cover the basics: who, what, where, when, why, and how. We also require the name and phone number of a contact person. Indicate whether the name and number can be broadcast. Email, FAX, or mail the information to us using the address and/or numbers at the bottom of this page.

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