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Lunchtime Meditation
Change your mind, change your day. Through meditation we learn to reduce stress and improve our mindfulness and concentration. This in turn makes us more relaxed, flexible and effective. In these classes we will emphasize creating happiness for ourself by ...
Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center
Olympia, WA

Fri 4/26/19 at 12pm-1pm
Mon 4/29/19 at 12pm-1pm
Wed 5/1/19 at 12pm-1pm
Fri 5/3/19 at 12pm-1pm
Mon 5/6/19 at 12pm-1pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Saturday Seminars on Bio-Ethics and Logistics
Seminars on Bioethics and Logistics - two experts will engage you on timely topics in ethics and logistics Each session qualifies for 2 hours of CPE. Sessions will be held at The Forum at Trimble Hall, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma. Co-sponsor...
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, WA

Sat 4/27/19 at 8am-12:15pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Prayers for World Peace
A peaceful, contemplative time in your weekend. Join us for prayers for world peace and uplifting advice on how we can transform our day-to-day life into opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. Through developing inner peace in this way, outer pea...
Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center
Olympia, WA

Sun 4/28/19 at 10am-11:15am
Sun 5/5/19 at 10am-11:15am
Sun 5/12/19 at 10am-11:15am
Sun 5/19/19 at 10am-11:15am
Sun 5/26/19 at 10am-11:15am
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Hacking Democracy: What Social Media is Doing to U.S. Politics
Washington State University professor Travis Ridout as he discusses how Facebook and Twitter are upending U.S. politics—for better and for worse. This presentation is part of Humanities Washington’s Speakers Bureau program.
Sumner Library
Sumner, WA

Tue 4/30/19 at 6pm-8pm
Talks & Readings: Signing/Readings
Author Event: Chandler O'Leary
Chandler O’Leary shares stories and the process behind her new book, “The Best Coast: A Road Trip Atlas: Illustrated Adventures Along the West Coast’s Historic Highways.” A pop-up shop follows the event, with signed books available for sale.
University Place Library
University Place, WA

Wed 5/1/19 at 7pm-8:30pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures, Meeting
Gig Harbor Toastmasters
Looking to improve your speaking and leadership skills? Ignite your career? Gain the confidence to speak up? Toastmasters will give you the skills and confidence you need to express yourself effectively in any situation. Whether you are a professional, ...
Harbor Place at Cottesmore
Gig Harbor, WA

Wed 5/1/19 at 12pm-1pm
Wed 5/8/19 at 12pm-1pm
Wed 5/15/19 at 12pm-1pm
Wed 5/22/19 at 12pm-1pm
Wed 5/29/19 at 12pm-1pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Training the Mind: A Buddhist Approach
Everyone has their own way of dealing with life’s difficulties and stressors. For most of us, our solutions only create more problems. Buddha said that while this is common, it is not necessary. However, if we want to deal with life’s difficulties succe...
Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center
Olympia, WA

Wed 5/1/19 at 6pm-7:15pm
Wed 5/8/19 at 6pm-7:15pm
Wed 5/15/19 at 6pm-7:15pm
Wed 5/22/19 at 6pm-7:15pm
Wed 5/29/19 at 6pm-7:15pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Healthy Homes Workshop
Learn simple tips and tricks for creating a healthier living space. Participants learn how to handle and prevent housing-related health risks like mold, indoor air pollution, exposure to toxics and more.
Yelm Community Center
Yelm, WA

Thu 5/2/19 at 6:30pm-8:30pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Let It Not Happen Again: Lessons of the Japanese American Exclusion
In March of 1942, 227 Japanese Americans were forcibly removed from their homes on Bainbridge Island by the US Army. Clarence Moriwaki shares the story of Bainbridge Island—the origin point of the Japanese American exclusion—to provide a human, historical ...
Lacey Timberland Library
Lacey, WA

Thu 5/2/19 at 5pm-6:30pm
Talks & Readings: Signing/Readings
Social Issues Book Club
FCC-OLY is starting a new book club! Our focus will be on books that encourage conversation around social issues we deeply care about. We've chosen our first book, Dying of Whiteness: How the politics of Racial Resentement is killing America's Heartland, b...
First Christian Church
Olympia, WA

Thu 5/2/19 at 6pm-8pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
The Buddhist Way of Loving-Kindness
Love is the supreme medicine. In Buddhism, love is a mind that wishes others to be happy, a mind that has immense good qualities, a mind that is perfected with practice both in and out of meditation. By relying on the instructions of the great Geshe Langri...
Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center
Tacoma, WA

Thu 5/2/19 at 7pm-8:15pm
Thu 5/9/19 at 7pm-8:15pm
Thu 5/16/19 at 7pm-8:15pm
Thu 5/23/19 at 7pm-8:15pm
Thu 5/30/19 at 7pm-8:15pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Era of Megafires: Paul Hessburg PhD
The Washington Native Plant Society South Sound Chapter and the Evergreen State College present a multi media presentation by Paul Hessburg, PhD "Era of Megafires". He will discuss our urgent need to implement changes in forest management practices in orde...
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA

Mon 5/6/19 at 7pm
Talks & Readings: Signing/Readings, Talks/Lectures
David Scherer Water: Making Sense of Olympia
There are five primary forces that created modern Olympia. If you only understood the history of these five forces, and how they continue to play out in strikingly unique and weird ways, you’ll be well on your way to making sense of Olympia (and better...
Browsers Bookshop
Olympia, WA

Tue 5/7/19 at 7pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Should I Still Watch This Show? Pop Culture in the #MeToo Era
Join Professor Amy Peloff as she leads a conversation about the value of art and the behavior of the artists in the wake of the nationwide movement. For adults. In partnership with Humanities Washington.
Sumner Library
Sumner, WA

Tue 5/7/19 at 6pm-7pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures, Meeting, Gardening
SSFS May 7th Meeting: The Ugly Side of Growing Fruit
Nina Dickinson explores with us some common diseases and insect pests of fruit. For over 30 years Nina has worked in retail and wholesale nurseries, adapting to ever-changing problems, products and expectations. Please join us. The meeting is on Tuesd...
GRuB Farmhouse
Olympia, WA

Tue 5/7/19 at 7pm-9pm
Talks & Readings: Family/Child (Books)
Story Club - Game Changers
Hear a great story, discuss big ideas, and discover really cool history with Museum exhibits and artifacts! This month, we will be reading Game Changers: John McLendon and the Secret Game by John Coy. Small snack provided. Free, no registration required.
White River Valley Museum
Auburn, WA

Tue 5/7/19 at 4pm-5pm
Talks & Readings: Family/Child (Books), museum
Story Club - Game Changers
Hear a great story, discuss big ideas, and discover really cool history with Museum exhibits and artifacts! Small snack provided.
White River Valley Museum
Auburn, WA

Tue 5/7/19 at 4pm-5pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
The Butterfly Project: Washington Native Plant Society Chapter Meeting
Washington Native Plant Society South Sound Chapter will present speaker Regina Rochefort, PhD on The Butterfly Project from the North Cascades Institute.
Tacoma Nature Center
Tacoma, WA

Wed 5/8/19 at 7pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
How Buildings Happen: walk through the complexities of development with the teams who make buildings happen
What determines whether a development moves forward? What roles do banks, developers, and architects play? Deepen your understanding of the many factors that influence how buildings happen, and why they result in the structures we see around us.
First Christian Church
Olympia, WA

Wed 5/8/19 at 7pm
Talks & Readings: Family/Child (Books)
Meet the Author: Karen Robbins
Hear from local author Karen Robbins and celebrate her Think! series of books with activities and games. For toddlers and preschoolers.
Gig Harbor Library
Gig Harbor, WA

Wed 5/8/19 at 10:30am-11am
    

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