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Kaos calendar of events THURSDAY, JUNE 14TH: National Date Today: ●

National Flag Day:​ This day commemorates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14, 1777. On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation deeming June 14 as Flag Day. President Wilson stated, “It is the anniversary of the day upon which the flag of the United States was adopted by the Congress as the emblem of the Union. On that day rededicate ourselves to the nation, ‘one and inseparable’ from which every thought that is not worthy of our fathers’ first vows in independence, liberty, and right shall be excluded and in which we shall stand with united hearts.”

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Mario V.:​ 6 - 9pm at Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Ave W, Olympia. GOF Record release show /Steak Richardson/Skep. Lef/Oscar Abbott:​ 8 - 11pm at 1312 Conger Ave NW, Olympia. Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Roots Thursday with Dj Mustafa:​ (​Thursdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only. Rusty Cleavers - Steamboat Stringband Jamboree:​ 9pm - 12am at Prosperity Grange, 3701 Steamboat Loop NW, Olympia.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! PageTurners Book Discussion​:​ ​(2 ​ nd Thursdays​)​ ​1 - 2:30pm at the Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater. More information at (360) 943-7790 Let the Sunshine In:​ 4 - 5:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Isabelle, Parisian artist, divorced mother, is looking for love, true love at last. 2018 Steamboat Stringband Jamboree:​ 7 - 11pm at Prosperity Grange, 3701 Steamboat Island Rd NW, Olympia. The 4th annual Steamboat StringJam hosted by Oly Mountain Boys and The Pine Hearts with three days of music, twenty-three bands workshops, camping and fun in Olympia as a fundraiser for Outdoor Arts and Recreation. More info and buy your tickets at www.steamboatstringjam.com Comedy in the Box:​ 7:30 - 9:30pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Black Box shows feature a headlining act, two opening performers, and a full bar. Perfect for a night out with friends, or a much-needed break from the typical Thursday routine. You can get your tickets for this event on www.washingtoncenter.org

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico. Military Appreciation Exhibit:​ 10am - 9pm at Capital Mall, 625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia. Macy's Court will host our the exhibit set up to showcase photos of the men and women who have served our country. The exhibit will highlight the region’s men and women who have served in the military.

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The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams.


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Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays​) 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Ezra Meeker Retraces the Oregon Trail:​ 12pm - 1pm at The Schmidt House, 330 Schmidt Pl SW, Tumwater. Ezra Meeker traveled that trail as a young man and later retraced the trail in his old age. Author, researcher and Meeker expert Dennis Larsen will talk about Meeker’s adventures as part of the Schmidt House History Talks series. Build the Mesh - Weekly Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 4 - 7pm at OlyMEGA Makerspace, 312 4th Ave E, Olympia. We are learning to build a wireless mesh network to improve internet access for everyone in Thurston County. Infant Sleep Education Class:​ 6 - 8pm at New Day Midwifery, LLC, 1026 State Ave NE, Olympia. This class is designed to provide you with evidence-based information about normal infant sleep so that you can set up realistic expectation and learn strategies to help you navigate the sleep changes your family will be going through. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook.

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The in Team:​ 7:30 - 9am at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia. If you want to increase your connections with other local businesses through intentional relationships and could benefit from an amazing community of people, then experience the IN TEAM! Multicultural Graduation:​ 3 - 5:30pm in First Peoples Multicultural Advising Services at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The First Peoples Multicultural Graduation is a wonderful time to rejoice, celebrate and come together as a community to recognize the accomplishments of our graduating Students of Color.

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Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

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Big Builders Program:​ 1:30 - 2:15pm at Puget Sound e2 Young Engineers, 4331 Lacey Blvd SE, Lacey. Students ages 4 - 6 use K'Nex while learning about science, nature and structures. They will build trucks, hot air balloons, carnival rides, animals and much more. Sessions teach theoretical and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.


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Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Thursdays​) 10am - 9pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America.


Kaos calendar of events FRIDAY, JUNE 15TH: National Date Today: ●

Nature Photography Day:​ Nature Photography Day was designated by The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) in 2009 to promote the enjoyment of nature photography.

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The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Live Jazz & Cozy Ambiance:​ (​Fridays and Saturdays​) 6:30 - 8:45pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. A different local Jazz Band adds Live Jazz to your dinner. Jazz Jam + Open Session w/Airon Ghost Radio & Class M Planets!:​ 8 - 11pm at Cascadia Brewing Co, 211 4th Ave E, Olympia. Olympia Experimental Music Festival #24:​ 8:30pm - 1am at Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Avenue East, Olympia. GrrrlSxxx, rEEk, Heejin Jang, Andrew Weathers, Leather Report. 21+ only Ideateam:​ 9pm at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Neck of the Woods (B.C.) // Darkness Stole The Sky:​ 9pm - 12am at Shirro’s Restaurant & Pub, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! 2018 Steamboat Stringband Jamboree:​ 4 - 11:45pm at Prosperity Grange, 3701 Steamboat Island Rd NW, Olympia. The 4th annual Steamboat StringJam hosted by Oly Mountain Boys and The Pine Hearts with three days of music, twenty-three bands workshops, camping and fun in Olympia as a fundraiser for Outdoor Arts and Recreation. More info and buy your tickets at www.steamboatstringjam.com Ainsley Costello | Live with Kian Russell | A Singer-Songwriter Event:​ 6 - 7:30pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. Ainsley Costello is a 14-year-old singer-songwriter with a love of musical theatre. Ainsley spends most of her time in music education, rehearsing with her band, and playing professional level gigs throughout her hometown. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com Suite Surrender:​ 7:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Homesick:​ 8pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Master Storyteller Elizabeth Lord takes listeners into the world of a Christian summer camp located on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Contrasting home life with experiences at Camp Galilee. Homesick - Sick of Home, which is it? You can get your tickets for the event at www.brownpapertickets.com

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.


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Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Community Yoga/Qigong:​ (​Fridays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

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2018 Evergreen Graduation:​ 1 - 4pm at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Evergreen’s 2018 commencement ceremony will be held outdoors on Red Square at the center of campus. The ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. and last approximately three hours. A reception will follow in the Daniel J. Evans Library Lobby. Tickets are not required. Early arrival is recommended for best seating and parking. Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil:​ (​Fridays​) 4:30 - 6pm at Percival Landing Park, 217 Thurston Ave NW, Olympia. More information online at: olympiafor.org

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Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.

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Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

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Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events SATURDAY, JUNE 16TH: National Date Today: ●

National Fudge Day:​ Fudge is a type of sugar candy that is made by mixing sugar, butter, and milk, heating it to 240 °F and then beating the mixture while it cools so that it acquires a smooth, creamy consistency. In 1886, fudge was sold at a local Baltimore grocery store for 40 cents a pound. This is the first known sale of fudge.

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Olympia Experimental Music Festival #24: ​1pm - 12am at Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Avenue East, Olympia. Featuring: Z and the Fleas, Impaired Provider, obsolete culprit, New Born Babies, Ambigere, Prana Temple Eyes, Ghost Bitch, Driftwood Orchestra, Medina/Walsh, Emily Hay & Bill Horist Duo, Winnie Black, Entrail, and LOOM 21+ from 8pm - midnight. With visual art by d.a. terence, HaliAutumn, Lori Peterson, and Devon Damonte. The Oly Rain Project w/guest host Scott Taylor:​ 4 - 6pm at South Bay Dickerson's BBQ, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. Jessica Blinn & her Stout Fellows:​ 6 - 9pm at The Oyster House, 320 4th Ave W, Olympia. Live Jazz & Cozy Ambiance:​ (​Fridays and Saturdays​) 6:30 - 8:45pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. A different local Jazz Band adds Live Jazz to your dinner. Railgun﴾CA﴿ // Ninja Gandhi﴾CA﴿ // Alignment // NVB:​ 6:30 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Disease / Savage / Bummer / Minor in Possession / Smokers Cough:​ 7pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. THE DEADHOLLOWS:​ 8 - 11pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. 21+ only. Fareed Haque & his Funk Bros.:​ 8 - 11pm at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. You can get your tickets on Facebook or at eventbrite.com Nomadic Recombination w/ Mezcla Profunda + Ratbaby!:​ 8 - 11pm at Cascadia Brewing Co, 211 4th Ave E, Olympia. Big Blue Van:​ 9pm - 1am at Buzz's Bar & Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia. Punk vs. Rap Gig ║ Je Double F (NJ) ║ House River:​ 10:15pm - 1:15am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! O'Blarney's Irish Classic Car Show:​ 10am - 2pm at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia. You're invited to this year's awesome collection of classic cars competing for titles like: "Best of Show", "O'Blarney's Pick", and "Peoples Choice!" 2018 Steamboat Stringband Jamboree:​ 12pm - 11:45pm at Prosperity Grange, 3701 Steamboat Island Rd NW, Olympia. The 4th annual Steamboat StringJam hosted by Oly Mountain Boys and The Pine Hearts with three days of music, twenty-three bands workshops, camping and fun in Olympia as a fundraiser for Outdoor Arts and Recreation. More info and buy your tickets at www.steamboatstringjam.com The Spirit of the Beehive: ​6:30 - 8:10pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In 1940, after watching and being traumatized by the movie Frankenstein (1931), a sensitive seven-year-old girl living in a small Spanish village drifts into her own fantasy world. Franz Liszt: The Man & His Music:​ 7 - 8:30pm at First United Methodist Church of Olympia, 1224 Legion Way SE, Olympia. Local piano virtuoso Wolfgang Wortberg shares the piano music and story of the great composer Franz Liszt.


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Suite Surrender:​ 7:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Naughty & Nice: Broadway's Villains and Heroes:​ 7:30pm at Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. It’s the big-hearted heroes and the black-hearted villains that give the greatest punch to Broadway musicals and create the most enduring musical figures onstage. An evening of music as Masterworks honors a roll-call of some of the brightest and darkest characters from Broadway musicals such as Hamilton, Sweeney Todd, Wicked, Rent, Sound of Music, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, The Lion King, and more. You can get your tickets for this event on www.washingtoncenter.org Homesick:​ 8pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Master Storyteller Elizabeth Lord takes listeners into the world of a Christian summer camp located on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Contrasting home life with experiences at Camp Galilee. Homesick - Sick of Home, which is it? You can get your tickets for the event at www.brownpapertickets.com

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico. Veta Bakhtina:​ 5 - 7pm at Browsers Bookshop, 107 Capitol Way N, Olympia. You are invited to an illustration exhibition of Olympia artist and writer Veta Bakhtina. She will be debuting her children’s book currently seeking publication: ​The Magic Traveling Bunk Bed and the Key to Moon City​.

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The Madison Mad Dash 5k Run/Walk:​ 8 - 11am at Heritage Park, 330 5th Ave SW, Olympia. You can register for this event at madisonmaddash.com Goat and Mini Pig Yoga:​ 10 - 11am at Lost Peacock Creamery, 5504 Cross Creek Ln NE, Olympia. You're invited for a 50-minute Vinyasa inspired yoga practice under the cover of our semi-warm hoophouse. Please bring your own mat or towel, water, and sense of humor. Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org

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Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

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The Cube of Truth:​ 1 - 4pm at Skookum Bay Trading CO., 601 Capitol Way S, Olympia. The Cube of Truth is a peaceful static demonstration akin to an art performance. This demonstration operates in a structured manner that triggers curiosity and interest from the public; we attempt to lead bystanders to a vegan conclusion through a combination of local standard-practice animal exploitation footage and conversations with a value-based sales approach.


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4th Annual Summerfest Bazaar: ​9am - 10pm at Thurston County Fairgrounds, 3054 Carpenter Rd SE, Lacey. Over 80 vendors! Fun for the whole family, pony rides, face painting, food trucks and lots of fun shopping. Roosevelt PTA Rummage and Bake Sale:​ 9am - 1pm at Roosevelt Elementary School, 1417 San Francisco Ave NE, Olympia. Check out furniture, clothes, kids toys, housewares, books, outdoor tools and decor, sporting goods, electronics, and more. All proceeds go towards providing support and funding for field trips, assemblies, classroom supplies and other educational materials to enhance our children’s education. Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at 210 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

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Youth Firearm Safety Seminar:​ 8am - 12:30pm at Evergreen Sportsmen's Club, 12736 Marksman St SW, Olympia. Students will be working with pistols, revolvers, and rifles, the class focus will be on firearms safety and skill building on the range. Minimum age is 6 years old, all materials, ammo, and firearms provided. Yenney's Musical Petting Zoo:​ 12:30pm - 1:30pm at Capital Mall, 625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia. Teachers from Yenney Music will have different musical instruments for kids to try out in Macy's Court. Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Festival Sundiata: Black Arts Fest:​ 11am - 8pm at the Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St, Seattle. Launched in 1981 to gather African Americans for a heritage celebration, the festival provides a venue for the community to participate in a shared culture – and to share the culture with all ethnicities who join in the packed weekend of activities and entertainment. 30th Annual Fremont Solstice Parade:​ 1 - 4pm at the Fremont Arts Council, 3940 Fremont Ave N, Seattle. You're invited to witness the spectacle of people-powered ensembles weaving through the streets of Fremont with music, dancers, stilt walkers, floats, and an abundance of breathtaking art. When the last float rolls into Gas Works, the celebration continues. This year’s Celebration at Gas Works Park is a Varieté featuring interactive art, astounding performance, and music to get you moving.


Kaos calendar of events SUNDAY, JUNE 17TH: National Date Today: ●

Father’s Day:​ Father’s Day is observed annually on the third Sunday in June. This day is set aside to honor the role that fathers play in the family structure and society. The first recorded celebration of Father’s Day happened after the Monograph Mining Disaster, which killed 361 men and left around 1,000 children fatherless in December 1907. Grace Golden Clayton suggested to her pastor Robert Thomas Webb a day honoring all those fathers.

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Olympia Experimental Music Festival #24:​ 1 - 4:30pm at Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Avenue East, Olympia. Featuring: Colour Drone Bombing with Hathor Vergotis, Trance Music for Crows, Dead Air Fresheners, and KnotPineBox. With visual art by d.a. terence, HaliAutumn, Lori Peterson, and Devon Damonte. Smoke-N-Blues Jam: ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 9pm at O'Malley's Lounge, 2200 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. ⋆Highland Eye-Way(B.C.)⋆Toast Ghost⋆The Sockets⋆Oly⋆: ​6:30 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! TapTakeOver! Keyhole Valley Brewery!:​ 1 - 4pm at Rumors Wine Bar, 203 4th Ave E Suite A, Olympia. Meet the men behind the beer and share in the celebration of Father’s Day, the love of beer, the relaxation belonging to Sundays, & the great atmosphere of Rumors Wine Bar! 21+only. Suite Surrender:​ 1:55pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. The Spirit of the Beehive: ​5 - 6:40pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In 1940, after watching and being traumatized by the movie Frankenstein (1931), a sensitive seven-year-old girl living in a small Spanish village drifts into her own fantasy world. EveryBODY Drop In Figure Sessions:​ ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 8pm at the Olyphant Art & Media, 119 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Emphasizing diversity, varied ethnicity, age, gender and ability. Most media welcome, all skill levels welcome. OPEN MIC: ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 9pm at Shirro’s Restaurant & Pub, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia. Poetry, comedy, music, fiction and non-fiction readings, improv, whatever you want for 15 minutes at a time. Spring Choir Concert: ​7 - 9pm at Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2315 Division St NW, Olympia. Hear the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation's amazing choir followed by delicious refreshments provided by the choir members. Homesick:​ 8pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Master Storyteller Elizabeth Lord takes listeners into the world of a Christian summer camp located on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Contrasting home life with experiences at Camp Galilee. Homesick - Sick of Home, which is it? You can get your tickets for the event at www.brownpapertickets.com

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Sundays​) 11am - 5pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(S ​ undays​) 11am - 5pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.


Kaos calendar of events Educational / Classes: ●

Wetland Guided Walks:​ (​Sundays​) 10am at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. Visitors will explore the wetland ecosystem of Silver Lake on a flat, slow-paced, 45-minute guided walk. Created from a Mount St. Helens eruption thousands of years ago, this area is home to unique flora and fauna, as well as an abundance of migratory birds. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Drop-in Genealogy Cafe:​ (​3rd Thursdays & 3rd Sundays of every month​) 1 - 3pm at the Olympia Timberland Library, 313 8th Ave SE, Olympia. Researchers can bring their genealogy questions to get help from members of the Olympia Genealogical Society in the library’s meeting room.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Prayers for World Peace:​ (​Sundays​) 10 - 11:15am at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. You’re invited 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 peace will naturally come about. Hope House​: ​(​Sundays​) 6pm at Hope House First Presbyterian Church, 196 W Central Ave, Tenino. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at wa-al-anon.org New Attitudes​: ​(​Sundays​) 6:30pm at Yelm United Methodist Church, 408 2nd St SE, Yelm. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at​ ​wa-al-anon.org

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Yelm Farmers Market:​ (​Sundays)​ 10am - 3pm at the Yelm Community Center, 301 2nd Street, Yelm. More information can be found at: yelmfarmersmarket.com 4th Annual Summerfest Bazaar: ​10am - 4pm at Thurston County Fairgrounds, 3054 Carpenter Rd SE, Lacey. Over 80 vendors! Fun for the whole family, pony rides, face painting, food trucks and lots of fun shopping. Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at 210 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Zumba for Families: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​10:15 - 11:15am​ ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Family Fun and Dancing with the kids on Sunday mornings with Cecile Malik.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


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Festival Sundiata: Black Arts Fest:​ 12pm - 6pm at the Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St, Seattle. Launched in 1981 to gather African Americans for a heritage celebration, the festival provides a venue for the community to participate in a shared culture – and to share the culture with all ethnicities who join in the packed weekend of activities and entertainment.


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Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ ​(​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails & Kitchen, 404 Washington St SE, Olympia. New Age Affair/ Thees The Nuts / Last Book Club:​ 7 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Olympia Jazz Senators:​ 8 - 10:30pm at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! UkOlympians:​ (​3rd Mondays​) 7pm at the Traditions Fair Trade, 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia. A song circle for ukulele players and singers.

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

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Postnatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays​) 10:45 - 11:45am at True Self Yoga, 2727 Westmoor Ct SW, Olympia. Postnatal Yoga supports new mothers and caregivers to develop their relationships with their babies, and their communities. This class is best suited to caregivers of children who are not yet walking. Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org West African Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Patricia Honeysuckle teaches the traditional steps of West African Dance. Just for Today:​ ​(​Mondays​)​ ​7:30pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1515 Harrison Ave. NW, Olympia. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More info online at: wa-al-anon.org

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Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Belly Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. Instructor Amira has belly danced for over 20 years, studied with Egyptian masters, and has won national awards in Middle Eastern dance. Whether you want to perform professionally or just want to dance for the exercise and camaraderie, Amira's enthusiasm and respect for this dance form will help you blossom. Vitsit www.amira.dance/classes.html for more information.


Kaos calendar of events Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Smart Talks:​ (​Mondays​) 12pm - 1pm at Flying Top Deli, 1870 Barnes Blvd SW, Tumwater. A weekly round table discussion lead by fellow young professionals about current events, community topics, and ways to help you grow as a young professional. Homeless Housing Hub Meeting:​ 12pm - 1:30pm at The Salvation Army Olympia Corps Community Center, 1505 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Homeless Housing Hub (HHH) is a group that is a combination of several housing groups including: the Housing Task Force, the Home Citizen’s Advisory Committee, the Thurston Asset Building Coalition Housing Hub, and the Homeless Housing Workgroup of the Thurston Thrives Housing Action Team that helps connect people directly with the housing services they need. Millionaire Success Habits:​ 12pm - 3pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. This relaxed and informative conference gives you a new way to think about making money like never before. The opportunities are virtually limitless! This event is all about helping you succeed! A team of experts will be teaching how locals in Olympia and surrounding cities can develop and use proven Millionaire Success Habits! You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com WA Poor People's Campaign Indigenous Contingent:​ 1 - 6pm at Washington State Capitol Building, 416 Sid Snyder Ave SW, Olympia. On June 20, 1968, Natives protested outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C., at the end of the Poor People’s Campaign, an effort that had been organized by Martin Luther King, Jr., to demand economic justice for people living in poverty. The time has come for our Indigenous Community to continue this tradition and rise! Call to Action I-1639:​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at The United Churches of Olympia, 110 11th Ave SE, Olympia. Thurston Gun Sense is working with the Alliance for Gun Responsibility to gather signatures to have I-1639 placed on the November 2018 ballot. Learn about I-1639 and how you can help pass one of the country’s most progressive, common sense gun laws.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America.


Kaos calendar of events TUESDAY, JUNE 19TH: Live Music: ● ●

Grex // JP Jenkins // Shintaku/Tamayo // Hammer of Hathor:​ 7 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Deep Tuesday:​ (​Tuesdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. DEEP Tuesday with sounds by Alex Bosi • Braxxus • J.K. Trolling • Kyju • Starla. 21+

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! PageTurners Book Discussion:​ (​3rd Tuesdays​) 1:30 - 3:30pm at the Lacey Timberland Library, 500 College St. SE, Lacey. More information at (360) 491-3860 StoryOly - Leaving Home:​ (​3rd Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 8:30pm at the Rhythm & Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. More information at storyoly.com Open Mic Night:​ ​(​Tuesdays​) 8 - 11pm at Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW​ ​Olympia.

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

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Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org Campus Food Bank:​ ​(​Tuesdays​)​ 4 - 6pm in Seminar II, Room E2123 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. A satellite of the Thurston County Food Bank, making non-perishable food available to Thurston County residents. Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Campus Food Coalition. Gentle Yoga: ​(​Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Gentle stretches and healing relaxation with massage therapist and yogini, Aly Long.

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

The in Team:​ 11:30am - 1pm at Lacey Forza Bistro & Event Center, 130 Marvin Rd SE #130, Lacey. If you want to increase your connections with other local businesses through intentional relationships and could benefit from an amazing community of people, then experience the IN TEAM! Be Our Guest - Toastmasters:​ (​Tuesdays​) 12:05pm - 12:55pm in Room 2330 at Jefferson Speakers, 1500 Jefferson St SE, Olympia. Toastmasters is a place where you develop and grow, both personally and professionally. You can meet a community of learners, and in Toastmasters meetings we learn by doing. Whether you're an executive or a stay-at-home parent, a college student or a retiree, you will improve yourself; building skills to express yourself in a variety of situations.


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Evergreen Bike Shop Presents Lady & Trans Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 8pm at The Bike Shop, 2700 Evergreen Parkway, Olympia. Lady & Trans Night is a celebration of the lady and trans community. We invite people that identify as women or trans to create a safe space at The Bike Shop. Lady and Trans Night is about having fun, building community, and wrenching on bikes. QTPOC Group Night:​ (​3rd Tuesdays​) 5 - 8pm at the Oasis Youth Center, 2215 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. The youth will be doing everything from hosting guest speakers and watching movies that reflect the group's experiences to connecting over art projects, games, and of course, FOOD!

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Children / Games: ●

OlySwing Kids Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Grand Ballroom and Wedding Venue, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com


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Mr & Mrs Something | Turn the Page Tour | A Indie Folk Rock Event:​ 6 - 7pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com Solo Jazz artist Vince Brown:​ (​Wednesdays)​ 6 - 8pm at the Swing Wine Bar, 825 Columbia St SW, Olympia. The RANK Strangers:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. The band plays live Bluegrass music every Wednesday. Void Omnia, Gloam, Isenordal:​ 9pm - 12am at Cryptatropa Bar, 421 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! Karaoke Wednesdays:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8pm - 12am at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Vomity:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9 - 11pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. We will make you laugh or gag.

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Prenatal Yoga:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 4450 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Any stage of pregnancy welcome! The stretches and postures in this Prenatal Yoga class emphasize alignment and encourage optimal fetal positioning for a smoother pregnancy and birth needed for childbirth, and practice meditation and breath techniques to connect deeper with your baby and prepare for labor.

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Morning Bird Walk: ​(​Wednesdays​) 8am at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, 100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Entrance fee at the gate. Rain or shine, open to the public. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Intro To Uke Class:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 7:30pm at the Yenney Music Company, 2703 Capital Mall Dr SW Ste 201, Olympia. Introduction to playing ukulele! First chords and strums! Also important info on the different types, tunings, and important accessories and method books!


Kaos calendar of events Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Pastor's Bible Study:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10:30am - 12pm at Lacey Presbyterian Church, 3045 Carpenter Rd SE, Lacey. Men and women are welcome as we learn even more from these ancient yet contemporary words. Bring your Bible and meet in the library. Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil: ​(​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1pm at the NW corner of Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St. SE, Olympia. More info online at www.olympiafor.org/

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Tumwater Farmers Market:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10am - 2pm at 7000 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater. The Tumwater Farmers Market encourages commerce, entertainment and trade in the Tumwater Town Center that is conducted in accordance with the Washington State Farmers Market Association Roots Guidelines.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


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The Sometimes Island | An Unforgettable Live Synth Pop Show:​ 6 - 7pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com Charlie Saibel:​ 6 - 10pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Where There's Smoke, There's Fire:​ 7:30 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Straw Hat Revival w/ Jonathan Warren and the Billy Goats:​ 8pm at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Roots Thursday with Dj Mustafa:​ (​Thursdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only. Greenriver Thrillers / Githyanki / Grindylow / Aurora Bridge:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! Suite Surrender:​ 7:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration.

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

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Solstice in the City:​ 10am - 8pm at Radiance Herbs & Massage, 113 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Carol Trasatto, herbal educator, will be doing a talk on Internal sun care. Essential Oils Q & A, bring your burning questions about essential oils! The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams. Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.


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Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays​) 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Drop-in Genealogy Cafe:​ (​3rd Thursdays & 3rd Sundays of every month​) 1 - 3pm at the Olympia Timberland Library, 313 8th Ave SE, Olympia. Researchers can bring their genealogy questions to get help from members of the Olympia Genealogical Society in the library’s meeting room. Build the Mesh - Weekly Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 4 - 7pm at OlyMEGA Makerspace, 312 4th Ave E, Olympia. We are learning to build a wireless mesh network to improve internet access for everyone in Thurston County.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

The in Team:​ 7:30 - 9am at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia. If you want to increase your connections with other local businesses through intentional relationships and could benefit from an amazing community of people, then experience the IN TEAM! Auditions for Angels in America:​ 6 - 8pm at South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. All community and students are warmly welcome to audition. Especially seeking Actors of Color and Actors who identify as members or allies of the LGBTQ community. Contact Lauren Love: llove@spscc.edu for more information.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Thursdays​) 10am - 9pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. LGBTQ Pride annual event:​ 7:30 - 9pm at New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave S, Seattle. For more information and to register, visit www.eventbrite.com


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The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Live Jazz & Cozy Ambiance:​ (​Fridays and Saturdays​) 6:30 - 8:45pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. A different local Jazz Band adds Live Jazz to your dinner. All Night Long:​ 8 - 11pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. Sun June, Cedar Sap, Generifus, & Irene Bowen!: ​8 - 11pm at Cascadia Brewing Co, 211 4th Ave E, Olympia. Evanstones / Western Spyders / Waves of Rust:​ 9pm -12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. The Sextones + DBST: ​9pm - 12am at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Avenue East, Olympia. Yak Attack w/ Reed Mathis Trio:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Laser Beam // Darkmysticwoods /// Rebel Skum:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

Entertainment: ●

Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! The Weather Underground:​ 4 - 6:30pm at Last Word Books, 111 Cherry St NE, Olympia. The remarkable story of The Weather Underground, radical activists of the 1970s, and of radical politics at its best and most disastrous. The Rider:​ 6:30 - 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. After suffering a near-fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. Suite Surrender:​ 7:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration. Andre and Bryson Chaplin Comedy Benefit Show:​ 8 - 11pm at Shirro’s Restaurant & Pub, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring comedy by Henry Rene Williams, Summer Azim, Ryan Bunnell, Sam Miller, and Anthony Robinson. Hosted by Chocolate the Entertainer. All proceeds will go directly to the Chaplin Family. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org


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Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Community Yoga/Qigong:​ (​Fridays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

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American Red Cross Blood Drive:​ 1 - 6pm at Capital Mall, 625 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia. Give the gift of life when you donate blood at the American Red Cross donation bus. The bus will be located just outside the northwest theater entrance. Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil:​ (​Fridays​) 4:30 - 6pm at Percival Landing Park, 217 Thurston Ave NW, Olympia. More information online at: olympiafor.org Author Dolores Maggiore:​ 6 - 8pm at Orca Books, 509 4th Ave E, Olympia. You're invited to a reading with Dolores Maggiore, who will share her new book, Love and Lechery at Albert Academy, the sequel to Death and Love at the Old Summer Camp.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.

Children / Games: ●

Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD: Live Music: ● ● ● ●

Vince Brown with Jessica Blinn:​ 6:30 - 9pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. The First Weekend of Summer Tour:​ 8 - 11pm at Cascadia Brewing Co, 211 4th Ave E, Olympia. Die Nasty / Jaguar Paw / The Done Ones:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Fruitopia N I G H T S H A D E: ​10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! Alls' Faire:​ 10am at the Thurston County Fairgrounds, 3054 Carpenter Rd SE, Lacey. All's Faire is a family-friendly event that is open to the public. The daytime activities include castle battles and tournaments, black powder demonstrations, kids carnival, live music and stage acts, arts and crafts, as well as merchants and vendors in our interactive medieval village. High Impact Dance Recitals: ​12pm - 6:30pm at the James Koval Center for the Performing Arts, 4155 6th Ave NE, Lacey. You can get your tickets for this event on www.highimpactdance.net The Rider:​ 6:30 - 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. After suffering a near-fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. Suite Surrender:​ 7:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Contra Dance:​ (​1st, 2nd & 4th Saturdays​) 7:30 - 10:30pm at South Bay Grange Hall, 3918 Sleater-Kinney Rd NE, Olympia. Live music and dancing. Beginner’s orientation at 7. No experience or partner necessary. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration. Make America Gay Again Drag Show:​ 8 - 11pm at Speakeasy Salon, Spa & Bistro, 325 4th Ave E, Olympia. You're invited to join your favorite local Drag Queens and Kings and get ready to get political and get your party on. You can get your tickets on Facebook or at eventbrite.com American Animals:​ 9 - 11pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history.

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org


Kaos calendar of events Educational / Classes: ●

Women's Basic Pistol Course:​ 8am - 3:30pm at i5 Guns & Ammo, 7263 Martin Way E D, Lacey. Bring your own pistol or borrow one. All students have the opportunity to handle & test-fire variety of makes, models, and calibers. For additional class info and registration please visit the website: www.lockandloadem.com Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at 210 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events SUNDAY, JUNE 24TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

Smoke-N-Blues Jam: ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 9pm at O'Malley's Lounge, 2200 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. Albanie Falletta:​ 7:30pm at the Traditions Fair Trade, 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia. Law/Less, Anti Sycotix, Somatix:​ 8 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! Suite Surrender:​ 1:55pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. It's 1942 and two feuding Hollywood divas descend, entourages in tow, upon the luxurious Palm Beach Royale Hotel for a USO benefit and are somehow assigned to the same suite. Mistaken identities, overblown egos, and double entendres abound, and you have a very, very funny love note to the classic screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 2pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration. The Rider:​ 5 - 6:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. After suffering a near-fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. EveryBODY Drop In Figure Sessions:​ ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 8pm at the Olyphant Art & Media, 119 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Emphasizing diversity, varied ethnicity, age, gender and ability. Most media welcome, all skill levels welcome. OPEN MIC: ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 9pm at Shirro’s Restaurant & Pub, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia. Poetry, comedy, music, fiction and non-fiction readings, improv, whatever you want for 15 minutes at a time. American Animals:​ 7:30 - 9:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history.

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Sundays​) 11am - 5pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(S ​ undays​) 11am - 5pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Educational / Classes: ●

Wetland Guided Walks:​ (​Sundays​) 10am at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. Visitors will explore the wetland ecosystem of Silver Lake on a flat, slow-paced, 45-minute guided walk. Created from a Mount St. Helens eruption thousands of years ago, this area is home to unique flora and fauna, as well as an abundance of migratory birds. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.


Kaos calendar of events Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Auditions for Angels in America:​ 10:30am - 12:30pm at South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. All community and students are warmly welcome to audition. Especially seeking Actors of Color and Actors who identify as members or allies of the LGBTQ community. Contact Lauren Love: llove@spscc.edu for more information. Hope House​: ​(​Sundays​) 6pm at Hope House First Presbyterian Church, 196 W Central Ave, Tenino. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at wa-al-anon.org New Attitudes​: ​(​Sundays​) 6:30pm at Yelm United Methodist Church, 408 2nd St SE, Yelm. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at​ ​wa-al-anon.org

Markets / Bazaars: ● ●

Yelm Farmers Market:​ (​Sundays)​ 10am - 3pm at the Yelm Community Center, 301 2nd Street, Yelm. More information can be found at: yelmfarmersmarket.com Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at 210 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Zumba for Families: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​10:15 - 11:15am​ ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Family Fun and Dancing with the kids on Sunday mornings with Cecile Malik.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Pundamonium:​ (​2nd Wednesday and 4th Sunday​) 6:30pm at the Peddler Brewing Company, 1514 NW Leary Way, Seattle. Punslam competition and show, you can compete, witness, or judge!


Kaos calendar of events MONDAY, JUNE 25TH: Live Music: ●

Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ ​(​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails & Kitchen, 404 Washington St SE, Olympia.

Entertainment: ●

Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide!

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

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Postnatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays​) 10:45 - 11:45am at True Self Yoga, 2727 Westmoor Ct SW, Olympia. Postnatal Yoga supports new mothers and caregivers to develop their relationships with their babies, and their communities. This class is best suited to caregivers of children who are not yet walking. Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org West African Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Patricia Honeysuckle teaches the traditional steps of West African Dance. Just for Today:​ ​(​Mondays​)​ ​7:30pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1515 Harrison Ave. NW, Olympia. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More info online at: wa-al-anon.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Belly Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. Instructor Amira has belly danced for over 20 years, studied with Egyptian masters, and has won national awards in Middle Eastern dance. Whether you want to perform professionally or just want to dance for the exercise and camaraderie, Amira's enthusiasm and respect for this dance form will help you blossom. Vitsit www.amira.dance/classes.html for more information.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Smart Talks:​ (​Mondays​) 12pm - 1pm at Flying Top Deli, 1870 Barnes Blvd SW, Tumwater. A weekly round table discussion lead by fellow young professionals about current events, community topics, and ways to help you grow as a young professional.


Kaos calendar of events Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America.


Kaos calendar of events TUESDAY, JUNE 26TH: Entertainment: ●

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! American Animals:​ 4 - 6pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history. The Rider:​ 7 - 9pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. After suffering a near-fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. Open Mic Night:​ ​(​Tuesdays​) 8 - 11pm at Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW​ ​Olympia. Deep Tuesday:​ (​Tuesdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. DEEP Tuesday with sounds by Alex Bosi • Braxxus • J.K. Trolling • Kyju • Starla. 21+

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ● ●

Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org Campus Food Bank:​ ​(​Tuesdays​)​ 4 - 6pm in Seminar II, Room E2123 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. A satellite of the Thurston County Food Bank, making non-perishable food available to Thurston County residents. Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Campus Food Coalition. Gentle Yoga: ​(​Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Gentle stretches and healing relaxation with massage therapist and yogini, Aly Long.

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

The in Team:​ 11:30am - 1pm at Lacey Forza Bistro & Event Center, 130 Marvin Rd SE #130, Lacey. If you want to increase your connections with other local businesses through intentional relationships and could benefit from an amazing community of people, then experience the IN TEAM! Be Our Guest - Toastmasters:​ (​Tuesdays​) 12:05pm - 12:55pm in Room 2330 at Jefferson Speakers, 1500 Jefferson St SE, Olympia. Toastmasters is a place where you develop and grow, both personally and professionally. You can meet a community of learners, and in Toastmasters meetings we learn by doing. Whether you're an executive or a stay-at-home parent, a college student or a retiree, you will improve yourself; building skills to express yourself in a variety of situations. Evergreen Bike Shop Presents Lady & Trans Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 8pm at The Bike Shop, 2700 Evergreen Parkway, Olympia. Lady & Trans Night is a celebration of the lady and trans community. We invite people that identify as women or trans to create a safe space at The Bike Shop. Lady and Trans Night is about having fun, building community, and wrenching on bikes.


Kaos calendar of events Markets / Bazaars: ●

Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Children / Games: ●

OlySwing Kids Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Grand Ballroom and Wedding Venue, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com


Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

Solo Jazz artist Vince Brown:​ (​Wednesdays)​ 6 - 8pm at the Swing Wine Bar, 825 Columbia St SW, Olympia. Charlie Saibel:​ 6 - 10pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capitol Way S, Olympia. The RANK Strangers:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. The band plays live Bluegrass music every Wednesday.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! American Animals:​ 7 - 9pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Four young men mistake their lives for a movie and attempt one of the most audacious heists in U.S. history. Karaoke Wednesdays:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8pm - 12am at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Vomity:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9 - 11pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. We will make you laugh or gag.

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Prenatal Yoga:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 4450 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Any stage of pregnancy welcome! The stretches and postures in this Prenatal Yoga class emphasize alignment and encourage optimal fetal positioning for a smoother pregnancy and birth needed for childbirth, and practice meditation and breath techniques to connect deeper with your baby and prepare for labor.

Educational / Classes: ●

Morning Bird Walk: ​(​Wednesdays​) 8am at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, 100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Entrance fee at the gate. Rain or shine, open to the public. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Intro To Uke Class:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 7:30pm at the Yenney Music Company, 2703 Capital Mall Dr SW Ste 201, Olympia. Introduction to playing ukulele! First chords and strums! Also important info on the different types, tunings, and important accessories and method books!


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Pastor's Bible Study:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10:30am - 12pm at Lacey Presbyterian Church, 3045 Carpenter Rd SE, Lacey. Men and women are welcome as we learn even more from these ancient yet contemporary words. Bring your Bible and meet in the library. Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil: ​(​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1pm at the NW corner of Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St. SE, Olympia. More info online at www.olympiafor.org Newcomer Introductory Instruction:​ (​2nd and 4th Wednesdays​) 6pm at the Olympia Zen Center, 3248 39th Way NE, Olympia. With meditation & ceremony. Reservations available by phone at (360) 357-2835

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Tumwater Farmers Market:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10am - 2pm at 7000 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater. The Tumwater Farmers Market encourages commerce, entertainment and trade in the Tumwater Town Center that is conducted in accordance with the Washington State Farmers Market Association Roots Guidelines.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH: Live Music: ● ●

Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Roots Thursday with Dj Mustafa:​ (​Thursdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! The Rider:​ 4 - 5:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. After suffering a near-fatal head injury, a young cowboy undertakes a search for new identity and what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration.

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

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The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams. Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays​) 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Build the Mesh - Weekly Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 4 - 7pm at OlyMEGA Makerspace, 312 4th Ave E, Olympia. We are learning to build a wireless mesh network to improve internet access for everyone in Thurston County.


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The in Team:​ 7:30 - 9am at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia. If you want to increase your connections with other local businesses through intentional relationships and could benefit from an amazing community of people, then experience the IN TEAM!

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Thursdays​) 10am - 9pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America.


Kaos calendar of events FRIDAY, JUNE 29TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Live Jazz & Cozy Ambiance:​ (​Fridays and Saturdays​) 6:30 - 8:45pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. A different local Jazz Band adds Live Jazz to your dinner. Arise Roots & For Peace Band, Nice and Slow Tour:​ 8pm - 2am at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia.

Entertainment: ●

Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration.

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Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Community Yoga/Qigong:​ (​Fridays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil:​ (​Fridays​) 4:30 - 6pm at Percival Landing Park, 217 Thurston Ave NW, Olympia. More information online at: olympiafor.org

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.


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Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


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Live Jazz & Cozy Ambiance:​ (​Fridays and Saturdays​) 6:30 - 8:45pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. A different local Jazz Band adds Live Jazz to your dinner. Jessica Blinn & her Stout Fellows:​ 6 - 9pm at The Oyster House, 320 4th Ave W, Olympia. Greg Blake: ​7:30pm at the Traditions Fair Trade, 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia. MIZ #BigFacts Mixtape Release Party:​ 9:30pm - 1am at Shirro’s Restaurant & Pub, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia.

Entertainment: ●

Fishnapped!:​ 9am - 12pm at Open Road Productions, 1704 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Claire’s world is turned upside down when her beloved pet Goldfish, Blubber is stolen right under her nose at Saskatoon Soccer Camp. Whodunit? Kyle, the overconfident star player? Arthur, the brainy kid who hates soccer? Astrid, Claire’s own sister? We don’t know—you get to decide! A Fundraiser for OFS with 80’s dance band: The Aqua-Nets:​ 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. The Olympia Film Society is proud to announce their “Drama on the Dance Floor” 80’s dance fundraiser on June 30th at the Capitol Theater, with 80’s throwback dreamboats The Aqua-Nets performing live music. The Aqua-Nets are an energetic Pacific Northwest dance, pop, and rock band specializing in 80’s hits and jams, guaranteeing listeners will smile, laugh, sing, and travel back in time. Magical Mystery Midsummer Musical:​ 8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Celebrate Harlequin Musical Director Bruce Whitney’s 30th anniversary in theater with a show that features his music performed with the magic of illusion, singers, dancers, and aerial artists to explore the mysteries of inspiration.

Visual Art: ● ●

Linoleum Block Prints:​ (​Monday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. Featuring artwork by Michael Kershisnik and Yoshiko Yamamoto. Oaxaca to Washington: ​(M ​ onday - Saturday​) 10am - 6pm at Childhood's End Gallery LLC, 222 4th Ave W, Olympia. The exhibit features art from over twenty young Oaxacan printmakers who belong to artist collectives in Mexico.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ (​Daily​) 10:30am - 3:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Gun Defense Workshop: ​1 - 2:30pm at Paramount Martial Arts, 7961 29th Ave NE, Lacey. Learn how to defend yourself from and armed assailant. This workshop will help you defend in a close quarter situation, from handguns to longer range weapons. This course is designed to help you defend yourself against close range firearm attacks.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.


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Olympia Flea Market: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at 210 Thurston Ave NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Junior Ranger Evening Lessons:​ (​Fridays - Saturdays​) 7 - 8pm at Seaquest State Park, 3030 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These family-friendly evening programs, held at Seaquest State Park amphitheater, are geared toward kids of all ages and last approximately one hour. They provide the perfect blend of learning and entertainment for families camping at Seaquest or at the end of a long day trip. Park staff will give lessons on the local and regional wildlife, geology and ecosystems.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson:​ (​Wednesdays, Friday - Monday​) 10am - 5pm at the Seattle Art Museum, 1300 1st Ave, Seattle. Double Exposure features 150 images by a historic photographer, alongside immersive experiences from three contemporary artists. Across a spectrum of media rooted in lens-based processes, all four artists contribute to a complex and ever-expanding portrait of Native America. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!

KAOS Calendar of Events 6/14 - 6/30  
KAOS Calendar of Events 6/14 - 6/30  
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