|Eatonville, Washington, is located in southern Pierce County, Washington State, along State Route 161 and U.S. Highway 7. It is the first stop to scenic recreation areas such as Mount Rainier National Park, Gifford Pinchot and Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, Northwest Trek, Pioneer Farm, and Pack Forest. READ MORE|
he annual Eatonville Lions Club Art Festival offers entertainment for the whole family in the scenic foothills of Mt. Rainier. Held the first full weekend in August (August 2, 3, and 4 for 2013), the Eatonville Lion’s Club Art Festival offers over 100 artisans from across the country, both a live and silent auction, live entertainment on Friday and Saturday, as well as food and a beer garden. This event helps the Lion’s Club to raise funds to continue donations of eye glasses and hearing aids for who cannot afford them, donations to the American Diabetes Association and Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF), school scholarships, and many others. The permanent kitchen and restroom facilities in the town-owned Glacier Park, where the festival is held each year, have all been funded and built by the Eatonville Lions Club and donated to the Town of Eatonville.
DATES: August 2-4, 2013
Friday, August 2 & Saturday August 3:
Sunday, August 4:
LOCATION: Glacier Park, 213 Fir Street, Eatonville, WA 98328
From I-5, go east on WA-512. Take the Meridian/161 South/Mt. Rainier exit. Follow 161 for 22 miles to Eatonville. Turn right onto Carter Street. Turn right on Fir St. Glacier Park is at the end of the street. Free parking is available on the street.
Interested in exhibiting: Contact Joelle Oldfield:
More Info: Kirk Heinz 360-832-6146.
Copper Creek Inn wins #1 Best Cabins in the 2013 King 5 Evening Magazine competition. . .Two years in a row!
Information of Scouting in the Eatonville area can be found at the following web page. http://beascout.scouting.org
Nisqually Land Trust buys 720 acres
Cowlitz stays productive; lakes are full of hungry trout
BOB BROWN; For The Olympian | • Published May 14, 2009
Action for steelhead and chinook continues to be good in the Cowlitz River this week. Although fishing has not been quite as good as the previous week, respectful catches of both species are being taken at the barrier dam. READ MORE
Help support literacy locally by donating new or gently used books to the Eatonville School District Libraries’ CHILDREN’S BOOK DRIVE,
The Forest Stump Series from Pack Forest
It was a cold, cloudy day at Pack Forest. There was a promise of rain in the forecast. Mason, Duane and I were sitting around a fire in Pack Hall when Mason turned and said, You know each plant out there has a story.... I knew there must be thousands of plants and that meant there were thousands of stories.
Those stories can be found in mystery form at the Pack Forest Website.
Forest Stump likes to think of himself as a modern day version of Sherlock Homes specializing in plant mysteries. He likes to hike around Pack Forest with a camera and take pictures of unusual things he can't explain.
Forest has two friends that know everything about the forest and can give hints to explain the pictures.
Mason is a well educated forester who helps Forest with logic, experimental studies and well documented evidence.
Duane is the computer guru that can point Forest to key words to search the internet.
Visit the Pack Forest website to see the latest Forest Stump Mystery.
Community Health Care Outreach Worker visits the Community Center on the 4th Thursday of each month providing help for those who wish to apply for Basic Health. Community Health Care is a non-profit health care provider for those with no health insurance, low income (sliding fee).
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EATONVILLE'S WELLNESS CENTER is offering FREE therapeutic energy sessions to the public!
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