This community events calendar is the place to find fun activities and things to do throughout Lewis County, including Centralia, Chehalis and beyond.
Hosted by the Packwood Improvement Club, the fair features local vendors with homemade crafts; jewelry, towels, candles, plants, ceramics, gems, upscale decor, jams, homemade cookies made by the seniors, honey, this and thats, and more. Free coffee is available and light refreshments will be available for purchase.
It’s the last Friday Farmers Market in downtown Chehalis! We’re wrapping it up with an amazing street concert from Paul Mauer and the Silence!! Come out for live music and hot food. Visit with your favorite farmers market vendors. Produce is abundant there are pumpkins and squash, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, corn, beets, cabbage, gourmet cultivated mushrooms, flowers, herbs, plants, art, fresh eggs, hand and body salves, hand crafted teas, jellies and jams, organic cheeses and much more! We may be small, but we pack in the variety! Thank You Chehalis! Tuesday Market will be open through the end of October.
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In this workshop, advisers from Bay Equity, USDA Rural Development and Olympia Federal Savings will help you explore the steps involved in buying your first home. They will share tips on how to make buying a home successful, safe and affordable. Topics will include home buyer education, accessing individual and family coaching to help you become financially secure, and information about high-quality home loans.
Entering its 11th year, the annual Northwest Permaculture Convergence (The Convergence) is an inclusive weekend-long event that alternates between the states of Oregon and Washington. The Convergence brings together a remarkable diversity of people to share their creative approaches for designing living environments, economic systems and culture practices that thrive within ecologically sustainable limits. Longtime enthusiasts and beginners alike pilgrimage from every corner of the Cascadian Bioregion, to educate on their successes (and failures!). Dozens of workshops and skillshares happen simultaneously all weekend long, making The Convergence a rich and valuable resource within our community.
The Board of Directors oversees event management and is fiscally responsible for each year’s event. NWPCC teams up with local communities for ‘Shoulder Events,” supporting our allies with tours, panel discussions, workshops and classes. Every year, the organization offers a number of volunteer and work trade positions. Ride shares, home stays and food donations can be arranged.
Fall Bazaar from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. featuring baked goods, dog treats, home and garden decor, knitted and crocheted items, plants, jewelry, Scentsy, LuLaRoe, towels, etc.
Lunch is baked potato with toppings (butter, sour cream, chili, bacon, broccoli, shredded cheese, cheese sauce, tomatoes, chives, jalapenos, black olives) plus salad, beverage and dessert – for $7.00
T90 Fall Fest is at the Tenino High School Commons. Great products all in one place and close to home for easy browsing and holiday shopping for all your health, beauty and gift giving needs.
We have a nice variety of over 30 local merchants and crafters coming in to sell their products. The silent auction is comprised of vendor products sure to please.
This event is a fundraiser the Tenino School District Band Program, (the band will perform throughout the day), and for the Tenino Food Bank Plus-please bring an item of non-perishable food with you to donate. the Band Boosters are donating $5 to the food bank for every vendor who registers.
Your land is special to you, but how will you protect it in the future? Join us for a conversation with attorneys and other land owners and learn what options may be
available to you. A conservation easement for land with natural, agricultural or historic resources may also realize a federal tax savings.