This community events calendar is the place to find fun activities and things to do throughout Lewis County, including Centralia, Chehalis and beyond.
“You can’t just DREAM about success. At some point, you must wake up and LIVE it.” ~Spencer Conley
Many inspirational speakers make a presentation with passion – and Spencer Conley does just that. But Conley also shows his audiences how to put his “talk” into action, encouraging them to not just dream but wake up and live it; live beyond doubt, lack, fear, race, gender, and EXCUSE.
As a former professional athlete, coach and current mentor to professional athletes like Seahawks center Justin Britt, Spencer Conley now brings even more to others all over the world by establishing programs that encourage change and growth. He presents life-changing inspiration to people everywhere.
Spencer Conley, known as “Big Coach,” is the CEO of his firm, Too Driven. He is the backbone of many outreach programs that influence students, coaches’ offices, boardrooms and family living rooms. He’s devoted to his purpose as well as to being a father, husband, community activist, humanitarian, leader and friend. Conley’s mission is to leave the world a better place and to continue to encourage her people to live a life that is “Too Driven” to do anything other than succeed.
This event is being brought to you by the Citizens for Tenino Schools. We look forward to you joining us for an evening of excitement! 10 and under are free with an accompanying adult.
Lunafest is a festival of films by, for and about women. Films are provided by Lunabar Company. This showing is organized by Lewis County Branch of American Association of University Women. Proceeds will benefit Human Response Network and local scholarships for women. Before the showing, attendees can enjoy complimentary appetizers and purchase raffle tickets for an assortment of baskets and other items.
If you’re looking for the perfect event to quench your taste buds while supporting United Way of Lewis County at the same time, don’t miss United Way’s premier fundraising event and top culinary event of the year – Chef’s Night Out. Slated for Saturday, June 15th at 6:00 p.m. at Jester Auto Museum and Event Center, this unique event brings together Lewis County’s finest chefs and restaurants under one roof for an evening full of culinary innovation.
Now in its 11th year, Chef’s Night Out is a must-do for foodies and culinary enthusiasts who want to experience the unparalleled talent of local chefs in Lewis County, all while supporting United Way’s mission of lifting 30% of families out of poverty by 2030.
This year’s extraordinary CHEFS UNITED team includes Darin Harris from Boccata Restaurant, Laurel Khan from Mackinaw’s & Curious the Bar, Donnie Stancil from McMenamin’s Olympic Club, Shane Wright from O’Blarney’s Irish Pub, Jack Heinselman & Kevin Bray from Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel, and Eric Bostick & Garrit Pannkuk from Hub City Grub.
Gather your friends and neighbors, slip into your favorite flip-flops and join United Way in Margaritaville on Saturday, June 15th.
For tickets and more information about this year’s event, visit www.lewiscountyuw.com/chefs-night-out.
Please join P.E.O. Chapter JE at The Gathering Place, Stillwaters for a fun Fashion Show and wonderful Afternoon Tea.
Tickets for the event are $15. Fashions provided courtesy of Christopher and Banks.
Every ticket purchased will enter you into the door prize raffle. Additionally we’ll have some AMAZING raffle baskets that you can win for just $1!
It’ll be a fun afternoon with some really delicious food. Plus ALL proceeds support women’s educational opportunities and scholarships.
** Tickets available on the door. **
The annual Pioneer Pie Social happens Sunday, July 14 at 1:30 p.m. at the historic Claquato Church.
Over 30 pies will be up for live and silent auction as well as gift baskets and other items donated by friends of the museum. Live bluegrass music will be provided by The Lewis County Pickers.
This year’s auctioneer is Todd Mason. Enjoy pie by the slice, a game of corn hole, balloon animals, and the candy hunt.
The Daughters of the Pioneers will be giving tours of the historic Claquato Church.