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

World Sleep Day:​ World Sleep Day is the annual observance of how sleep not only benefits but impacts our lives. Sleep is something all humans require but often gets shortchanged by our busy lives. Studies have shown how crucial proper nights sleep is to determining health and living a balanced lifestyle. Developing a consistent sleep schedule benefits the quality and quantity of your sleep. The National Sleep Foundation recommends adults get an average of 7-9 hours of sleep per night.

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This Could Be Love Tour - Olympia:​ 6pm at the Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Sean Curkendall: The Piano Man:​ 7 - 9pm at the Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW, Olympia. Kaitie Wade Live:​ 7 - 10pm at El Sarape 3, 318 W Railroad Ave, Shelton. Black Velvet Duo:​ 7:30 - 10:30pm at the Elks Lodge, 1818 4th Ave E, Olympia. COREY AND THE TRIBE:​ 8pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. OLY with Lunarbass:​ 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ (​Thursday - Saturday​) 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays​) 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Catalyst / Digging For Change / Longward:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Tony Furtado! featuring Luke Price! with Lace Perfors!:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Tangles, Maneken Hand, Gallowmaker:​ 9pm - 1am at Mc Coy's Tavern, 418 4th Ave E, Olympia.

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration!:​ 11am - 11pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. There will be music, drink and food specials, and of course, pinball! Washington Premium Wine Tasting: ​5 - 7pm at the Grand Vin Wine Merchants, 1003 4th Ave E, Olympia. Sampling wines from Quilceda Creek, Leonetti Cellars, Corliss Estates, Betz, and more! Annual Dinner & Live Auction:​ 5:30 - 8:30pm at YWAM Faith Harvest Helpers, 12643 Case Rd SW, Olympia. This evening will feature entertainment & talk by Grammy Award-winning, Leon Patillo, live music, a LIVE auction featuring big-ticket items and vacations, and a delicious meal. St. Patrick's Day Benefit:​ 5:30 - 9pm at the Olympia Country & Golf Club, 3636 Country Club Rd NW, Olympia. The Olympia Country and Golf Club host a St. Patrick's Day party with all proceeds benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington. Women of Comedy II (THC) with Monica Nevi:​ 6pm at Tart Cider, LLC., 8024 River Dr SE suite 303, Olympia. A 21+ Only Date Night Comedy! They Shall Not Grow Old:​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war. Friday Night Wine and Cheese Tasting!:​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Mouse Trap, 408 Washington St SE, Olympia. All wines and cheeses will be available for retail purchases as well. The Evergreen Theatre Company presents: The Cradle Will Rock:​ 7pm in the Recital Hall at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. When corruption comes knocking...The Cradle needs Rocking.


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Oregon Ballet Theatre 2:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Capital High School, 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia. OBT2 is composed of talented dancers, who perform alongside the dancers of Oregon Ballet Theatre in their large productions. On the cusp of a professional career, these dancers will perform classical, romantic, neo-classical and contemporary styles. The Hundred Dresses:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Lucky Leprechaun Bingo:​ 7 - 9:30pm at the Lacey Senior Center, 6757 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Bunbury:​ 7:25 - 9:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Ladies of Laughter Funny & Fabulous Show:​ 7:30 - 9pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. These hilarious women have been chosen by audiences and entertainment industry executives at comedy clubs nationwide through the Ladies of Laughter Contest. This show features 2018 Ladies of Laughter winner, Erin Jackson and past winners, Patty Rosborough, and Leighann Lord. Matters of the Heart: SPSCC Chorus & Chamber Choir:​ 7:30 - 9:30pm at South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. The South Puget Sound Community College Chorus and Chamber Choir present Matters of the Heart: An exploration of the joys and consequences of romantic love, featuring music by J.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, U2, Billy Joel, and Cole Porter. Love and Information:​ 8 - 10pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors. Cold War:​ 9 - 10:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France.

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The Nancy Project:​ 6am - 12am on the 1st Floor of The Evergreen State College Library, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Stokley Towles created fourteen images in commemoration of his aunt Nancy who recently passed from a brain tumor. The show encourages you to “think like Nancy” and to make art without overthinking its purpose. Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

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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 Card Reading with Lindy:​ (​Fridays​) 4 - 5pm at Brilliant Moon, 221 W Railroad Ave Suite A, Shelton. Tarot card reading is a wonderful tool used for clarity, direction, insight, and mediation to help you recognize what is already within yourself, and suggest what may be possible.


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Heels:​ 6 - 9pm at the Kinetic Dance Academy, 1225 Ruddell Rd SE Suite H, Lacey. Heels dancing is a combination of jazz-funk, hip-hop, a build your confidence and embrace your femininity. Death and Dying: A Buddhist Perspective:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. We are alive, therefore we will die. This is a simple truth. In this class, we will look at what is death and what we need to do if we want to be prepared.

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Acting for Adults:​ 7 - 9pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for adults interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

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American Red Cross Blood Donations:​ 1 - 6pm at Littlerock Family Medicine, 6981 Littlerock Rd SW, Tumwater. The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. Justice-Involved Student Group:​ (​Fridays)​ 3 - 4pm in SEM II E2115 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Justice-Involved is coordinated by formerly incarcerated students, building community, working towards equity and systemic change in support of those marginalized by an unjust system. 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 Shelton Street Feed:​ (​Fridays​) 6 - 8pm at 627 W Franklin St, Shelton. Crazy Love Ministries is a street ministry that provides food, clothing, support and relief services to those in need.

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Seattle StorySLAM:​ (​3rd Fridays​) 8pm at Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave E, Seattle. A live amateur storytelling competition in which audience members put their names in a hat and are randomly chosen to tell stories on a theme. Mx. A Queer Variety Show:​ (​Fridays​) 9:30 - 11pm at the Queer/Bar, 1518 11th Ave, Seattle. MX. is queer/bar’s weekly, drag variety show! Hosted by the infamous Seattle queen: La Saveona Hunt, the show stars the incredible talents of local drag sensations: Stacey Starstruck, Bosco, Andrew Scott, Kitty Glitter, and Solana Solstice. 21+ only.


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

National Panda Day:​ On March 16, conservationists and animal lovers alike spread the word about one of the world’s most endangered and adored animals. Native to China, giant pandas are members of the Bear (Ursidae) family. Their rapidly shrinking habitat is a major cause for concern. As an endangered species, successful panda breeding programs are rare. In the wild, there are approximately only 1,864 and 100 living in zoos around the world. More information and how to help can be found at wwf.panda.org

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St. Patty's Day w/ Pinniped:​ 1 - 10pm at Matchless Brewing, 8036 River Dr SE #208, Tumwater. Mafia Dreams In Prestige:​ 6:30 - 11pm at the Eagle's Ballroom, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. Polyrhythmics w/ Dirty Revival:​ 8 - 11pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. WILD CARD:​ 8 - 11pm at Infernos Brick Oven Pizza Restaurant & Sports Bar, 111 Tumwater Blvd SE, Tumwater. Phono Pony(B.C.)●The Dizzies●Forgotten 45's●Addie Leigh:​ 8 - 11:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. Rhinestone Revolver:​ 8pm - 12am at El Sarape 3, 318 W Railroad Ave, Shelton. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ (​Thursday - Saturday)​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays)​ 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Exit 88: ​9pm at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia. Amendola vs Blades! with The Isotones!:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Izthmi / Overwrought / Noceur / Grim Earth:​ 9pm - 12am at the Cryptatropa Bar, 421 4th Ave E, Olympia. Tuff Talk / The Pop Cycle / King Cumulus:​ 9:30pm - 12:30am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration!:​ 11am - 11pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. There will be music, drink and food specials, and of course, pinball! The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Wine Tastings at the Marina:​ (​3rd Saturdays)​ 5 - 8pm at the Boston Harbor Marina, 312 73rd Ave NE, Olympia. Located on the deck if weather permits or inside the 700 Dock. Straight from the Heart Dinner Party & Auction:​ 5 - 10pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. Guests will enjoy local beer from Fish Brewing Company and spirits from Heritage Brewing during cocktail hour as well as romance-inspiring appetizers – all set to live music and not-to-be-missed entertainment and have an opportunity to bid on silent and live auction items. All proceeds benefit the programs of United Way of Thurston County. 2019 Auction and Dinner:​ 5:30 - 10pm at Indian Summer Golf & Country Club, 5900 Troon Ln SE, Olympia. An enchanted evening auction and dinner to benefit the Olympia Waldorf School. 7th Annual ST. PADDYS DAY PARTY:​ 6pm at Elks Lodge, 1818 4th Ave E, Olympia. Smoked corned beef and cabbage, carrots and potatoes, will be served and plenty of drinks to go around! There will also be 50/50 and raffle prizes. The Evergreen Theatre Company presents: The Cradle Will Rock:​ 7pm in the Recital Hall at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. When corruption comes knocking...The Cradle needs Rocking.


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Bunbury:​ 7:25 - 9:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. Gabriel Rutledge Comedy Night:​ 7:30pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Gabriel has performed at the HBO/TBS Comedy Festival in Las Vegas, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland Oregon, and the Great American Comedy Festival held in Johnny Carson’s hometown of Norfolk Nebraska. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. High-Brow and Low-Brow: South Puget Sound College Orchestra:​ 7:30 - 9:30pm at the South Puget Sound Community College, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. Music from all classes of society is featured in this concert by the South Puget Sound College Orchestra. The orchestra is conducted by Cameron May. The featured guest cellist is Ryan Farris. Love and Information:​ 8 - 10pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors. The Gettin' Green St. Patrick's Day Party:​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. A massive party featuring amazing Dj's, drink specials, prizes, giveaways, fun surprises & a whole lot more! Shook! Make It Rainz!!!:​ 10pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia.

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Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community.

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Practice in the Park:​ 10am - 12pm at Rainier Vista Community Park, 5475 45th Ave SE, Lacey. Regular weekly practice of Chen Pan-ling's family martial arts - Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, and Taijiquan.

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French Horn Masterclass with Danielle Kuhlmann:​ 6 - 8pm at the R L Ray Violin Shop LLC, 925 State Ave NE, Olympia. Students may bring an accompanist if desired.

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Saint Martin's School of Business Tax Preparation:​ (​Saturdays)​ 9am - 3pm in Harned Hall Room 109 at Saint Martin's University, 5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey. Saint Martin's University School of Business is sponsoring free tax preparation by IRS-certified volunteers. Hands off Venezuela! No Trump war! No sanctions! No Guaido!:​ 12pm - 2pm at Heritage Park, 5th Ave SW, Olympia. To Protest and Resist the Trump administration’s attempted coup in Venezuela and the threatened use of military force against that sovereign nation. Knit for Peace, Knitting/Crochet Group:​ (​3rd Saturdays​) 1 - 4pm at Brilliant Moon, 221 W Railroad Ave Suite A, Shelton. Enjoy each other's company while developing and applying our talents to knit for projects like Knitted Knockers, Afghans for Afghans, Warm Up America, Adopt-Me Blankets, and any others that inspire us!


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The Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Saturdays​) 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. Spring Military Collectibles Show:​ 10am - 4pm at the Olympic Flight Museum, 7637 Old Hwy 99 SE, Tumwater. Shop antiques, vintage treasures and more!

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Studio West's Coppelia Ballerinas:​ 11am - 12pm at the Hands On Children's Museum, 414 Jefferson St NE, Olympia. Families are invited to meet the ballerinas and watch excerpts from Studio West's 'Coppelia' ballet. Big Builders Preschool Class:​ (​Saturdays)​ 12:30pm - 1:15pm at E2 Young Engineers, 4331-B Lacey Blvd SE Suite 102, Lacey. A class for 4- and 5-year-olds to start learning about science, physics and mechanical engineering while playing with K'Nex. Students can learn vocabulary and concepts that are applied in what they are building each class period.


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

St. Patrick’s Day:​ The Feast of St. Patrick started in the early 17th century. The day marks the death of St. Patrick and was chosen as an official Christian feast day and is observed by the Catholic Church. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by millions of people across the globe. People wear the color green, drink green beverages and decorate houses and businesses in shamrocks. St. Patrick was known to use the shamrock to illustrate the Holy Trinity and to have worn green clothing.

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Burren Band:​ 5 - 8pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Ave W, Olympia. Smoke-N-Blues Jam:​ 6 - 9pm at O'Malley's Lounge, 2200 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. St. Patrick's Day w/ Micaiah Sawyer:​ 6 - 9pm at the Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW, Olympia. Heidi Burson:​ 7 - 8pm at Hotel RL Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW, Olympia. Indigenous Robot◘Heather's Sweater◘Glass Beaches:​ 7 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Lisa Ramsauer:​ 7pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Wild Man James, Greasy & Action Slacks!:​ 9pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Slainte:​ 9pm - 12am at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E, Olympia.

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Bunbury:​ 1:55 - 4pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Love and Information:​ 2 - 4pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors. They Shall Not Grow Old:​ 2:30 - 4:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war. The Lion in Winter:​ 3pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin:​ 5 - 6pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin tells the groundbreaking author’s story in her own words, sprinkled with stunning animation and commentary from literary luminaries like Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, David Mitchell, and Michael Chabon. Karaoke:​ (​Sundays)​ 6 - 10pm at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Movie Night: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​7pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+. You can visit thebrotherhoodlounge.com for more details. Around the Horn:​ 7 - 9pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. The OSO has played many works by the Finnish composer, Jean Sibelius, including several of his "magnificent seven" symphonies. This concert features his compact and organic Fifth Symphony, inspired by nature and the rugged Nordic landscape -- the horns playing a theme in the finale which has been described as "Thor swinging his hammer."


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Cold War:​ 7:30 - 9pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France. Broadway Olympia: Rocky Horror Karaoke Night:​ (​Sundays​) 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. Whether you sing Country, Broadway, or Rock, Karaoke goes next level when you take the stage. Frequent guest appearances from Broadway Olympia performers.

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Donut Dash 5K and Kids 1 Mile:​ 8:45 - 9:45am at the Hands On Children's Museum, 414 Jefferson St NE, Olympia. Registration is only available on the day of race and parents will be required to sign a waiver for their child before the start of the race. Both races start and finish at the Hands On Children's Museum. Yoga Class:​ (​Sundays)​ 10am at Northwest Center-Natural Medicine, 1403 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. OMnia Yoga ignites inner transformation through deliciously satisfying movement, soul seducing music, sisterhood, and meditative affirmations. OMnia Yoga is a fusion of flow yoga, contemporary dance, and conscious dance music. Glymm Mere Cut & Thrust Practices:​ (​Sundays​) 12pm - 3pm at Regional Athletic Complex, 8345 Steilacoom Rd SE, Olympia. The Barony of Glymm Mere is part of the SCA, an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.

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Tropical Moves Hula & Tahitian:​ (​Sundays)​ 2 - 3pm at Fusion Physical Therapy & Pilates, 302 Columbia St NW, Olympia. This Hula & Tahitian class will help with coordination and balance, as well as help you get in shape in a fun way! This is a barefoot class. You can contact tropicalmovesdance@gmail.com for more information. Introduction to Crystal Divination:​ 2 - 4pm at Radiance Herbs & Massage, 113 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In this two-hour class, we will go over basic techniques to use crystals for psychic development. This class is designed for beginners but all skill levels are welcome.

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Maintaining the Beauty of the Park:​ 11am - 1pm at West Central Park, 1919 Harrison Ave NW, Olympia. Help keep the park looking lovely with gardening, pruning, litter pickup, bird and bee house painting, and much more! There are also frequent indoor projects available during the colder days. Rolling Refuse Removal:​ (​Sundays)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Olympia Food Co-op, 921 Rogers St NW, Olympia. Local housing rights and homeless advocacy group, Just Housing, have started volunteer garbage services and camp aid/support in solidarity with unhoused neighbors since March 2018. For more information on how to support this cause, call (360) 402 - 0271. Chibi Chibi Con Volunteer Orientations:​ 5:30 - 7pm at the College Recreation Center, 2745 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. If you're volunteering for Chibi Chibi Con this year, you need to attend orientation! This orientation prepares you for the rigors of convention life, and equip you to deal with everything from tech malfunctions to fire alarm pranks. Glymm Mere Music Practices:​ (​Sundays​) 5:30 - 9pm at 2615 25th Ct SW, Olympia. You're welcome to bring a potluck dish to share. Music starts are 7pm. All are welcome. 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

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Story Time for Grown Ups:​ (​3rd Sundays​) 7pm at Third Place Books Seward Park, 5041 Wilson Ave S, Seattle. You're invited to give your eyes a rest listen to stories read by community member Courtney. Mozart Violin Sonatas:​ 7pm at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, 200 University St, Seattle. Mozart’s sonatas have a special place in the evolution of the 18th-century violin sonata. Beginning as solos for violin with continuo accompaniment musicians adapted trio-sonatas into sonatas for one melody instrument plus keyboard.


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National Sloppy Joe Day:​ One of America’s all-time favorite hot sandwiches, it is often made with ground beef, onions, tomato sauce, brown sugar, cola or maple syrup to sweeten it and seasonings to spice it, all served up on a hamburger bun or roll. There are different claims to the origin of the sloppy joe. In Havana, Cuba in the 1930s there was a bartender who gained popularity with vacationers who went by the name of Sloppy Joe. Another claim on the sandwich is at the Ye Olde Tavern Inn by Abraham and Bertha Kaled in Sioux City, Iowa that had a loose meat sandwich on their menu in 1934. Whoever brought the Sloppy Joe to the world, it was made more convenient when in 1969 Hunt’s put it in a can and called it Manwich.

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Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ (​ ​Mondays)​ 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails, Kitchen & Rum Room, 406 Washington St SE, Olympia.

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Night Road Ride with Colleen:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 7:30pm at Joy Ride Bikes, 1225 Ruddell Rd SE d, Lacey. You're invited for Monday night road rides with Colleen. These 1.5-2 hour romps will go up and down the Chehalis Western trail and surrounding area. This is a no drop ride, so no one will be left behind. Knitter's Night:​ (​Mondays)​ 6 - 8pm at Lacey Forza Bistro & Event Center, 130 Marvin Rd SE #130, Lacey. You’re invited to bring your yarn, needle and craft projects! Besties Bingo Night:​ (​Mondays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Besties Boutique - Lularoe Independent Retailer, 4720 Blackberry Ct SE, Lacey. Amazing leggings and fun give away prizes!

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The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

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 Prenatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays​) 7:15 - 8:35pm at the YOGA Loft, 219 Legion Way SW, Olympia. This class creates an opportunity to bring more flexibility, strength, and relaxation to your body, mind, and spirit while connecting to your baby. This class also provides a loving and respectful environment for women to connect, be heard and listened to.


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Fiddle Lessons!:​ (​Mondays)​ 10am - 7pm at Olyfiddle- Fiddle and Violin Instruction, Dickinson Ave NW, Olympia. No experience necessary, open to ages 8 and older.

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. 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.

Children / Games: ●

Youth Acting 8 - 12:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Works in Progress Open Mic:​ (​1st and 3rd Mondays)​ 7 - 9pm at the Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, Seattle. Works in Progress is an open mic for all comers. Read your work, meet other writers, and find out what’s going on in the literary community. Poetry, fiction, essays, memoirs, plays, unclassified, and unclassifiable work are all welcome.


Kaos calendar of events TUESDAY, MARCH 19TH: National Date Today: ●

National Certified Nurses Day:​ Certified nurses dedicate their entire careers to helping others and often work long hard hours. National Certified Nurses Day honors and recognizes them and their significant achievements. Their advanced skills require continuing education, re-certification, and continued knowledge of every changing technology.

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Music TUESDAYS:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 6pm at Stonewall Youth- Olympia, 112 State Ave NE, Olympia. For LGBTQ+ youth ages 21 and under. Indigenous Robot (CO) // Magellan // Lakota Dorris // Hot Rush:​ 6:30 - 10pm at the Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Mostafa with DJ Will + Shady B!:​ 7 - 10pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. DEEP Tuesday:​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. Featuring Alex Bosi, Braxxus, DJ Osh, J.K. Trolling and Koop. 21+ only. A World Without [OR] / Impurities [NV] / Another Sentiment:​ 10pm - 1am at the Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia.

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Cold War:​ 4 - 5:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France. OlySwing Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Ballroom, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com StoryOly - Olympia’s Premiere Story Slam Event:​ (​3rd Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 8:30pm at the Rhythm & Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. All shows are 21+. More information at storyoly.com They Shall Not Grow Old:​ 7 - 9pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war. Game Night - Battle Royale:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 8:15 - 11:15pm at Besties Boutique - Lularoe Independent Retailer, 4720 Blackberry Ct SE, Lacey. You're invited for a fun game or battle style shopping!

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.


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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.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

The IN Team:​ (​Tuesdays​) 11:45am - 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! American Red Cross Blood Donations:​ 1 - 6pm at Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel, 12888 188th Ave SW, Rochester. The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. 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. Easter Choir:​ (​Tuesdays​) 7 - 8pm at the Unity Church of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. The choir will be singing "Try Everything" from Zootopia and an original song that our choir director, Victoria Loveland.

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Toddler Storytime:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 10:30 - 11am at the Lacey Timberland Library, 500 College St SE, Lacey. Music, movement, and books for toddlers and their participating caregivers. Preschool Storytime:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 10:30am and 1pm at the Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater. A program of stories, rhymes, songs and movement games for children. Parents or caregivers are welcome to attend with their children. Ages 3 - 6 years. Acting for Teens 13 - 18:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.


Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20TH: National Date Today: ●

National Ravioli Day:​ Ravioli are a traditional type of Italian filled pasta, made up of a filling sealed between two layers of thin egg pasta dough. The ravioli are usually served in either a broth or with a pasta sauce. A variety of filling recipes are available from cheesy to meaty. Served often as the main course, ravioli can also be a side dish or even an appetizer. Many popular recipes bake or deep fry the ravioli.

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Smoocho Gusto:​ (​Wednesdays​) 5:30 - 8:30pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Ave W, Olympia. 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. Live Music w/ Monk Flower:​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at Matchless Brewing, 8036 River Dr SE #208, Tumwater. All ages until 7pm.

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They Shall Not Grow Old:​ 4 - 6pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war. Cold War:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France. Open Mic!:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9pm - 12am at Hannah's Bar & Grille, 123 5th Ave SW, Olympia. Whatta ya got to show? Share your talents at open mic!

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

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 Niyama Study:​ 5:30 - 6:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 421 Water St SW, Olympia. Study the meaning and practices of the Yamas and the Niyamas. Using yoga, journaling, art, and meditation, explore our connections to yoga on a deeper and very personal level.


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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. Belly Dancing - Intermediate:​ (​Wednesdays)​ 6 - 7pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Connect with your divine feminine energy and learn the ancient art of Belly Dance. How to Meditate in the Buddhist Tradition: ​6 - 7:15pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. Meditation is a skill which we can all develop, and once developed, we can refine our abilities. This series of classes is designed for just that purpose. The Buddhist Tradition of meditation is open to everyone, regardless of background or belief. Belly Dancing - Beginner: ​(​Wednesdays)​ 7 - 8pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Connect with your divine feminine energy and learn the ancient art of Belly Dance. This beginner class is infused with elements of yoga and energy work and is suitable for all ages and most fitness levels. This class will include warm-up, muscle toning, technique training, drills, and moderate cardio.

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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 Semicircle Reading Series:​ (​1st and 3rd Wednesdays​) 8 - 9:30pm at Last Word Books, 111 Cherry St NE, Olympia. Semicircle hosts featured readers and welcome walk-in writers to share their work. You’re welcome to bring your own creative or personal writing to share. Evergreen Ecstatic Dance Coop:​ (​Wednesdays)​ 8:30 - 10pm at room 314 of Evergreen’s College Recreation Center, 2745 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. An Evergreen student group for people who love to dance. The group is a safe space where anyone can come together for dancing. DJs welcomed for dance music.

Children / Games: ●

Youth Acting 8 - 12:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

American Red Cross Blood Donations:​ 12pm - 5pm at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 17801 International Blvd, Seattle. The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. History Cafe:​ (​3rd Wednesdays)​ 6:30pm at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI), 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle. Ever wondered how Seattle came to own most of a river for its drinking water? What were Seattlites up to during the Civil War? What’s underneath the steep hill that Pike Place Market sits upon? MOHAI, HistoryLink, and the Seattle Public Library host a discussion about local history—both popular and obscure—and discovering something new.


Kaos calendar of events THURSDAY, MARCH 21ST: National Date Today: ●

World Down Syndrome Day:​ Down syndrome is a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement that has always been a part of the human condition. It exists in all regions globally and commonly affects learning styles, physical characteristics, and overall health. On this day, we assemble and organize activities to promote public awareness for the genetic disorder. The goal is to educate others of the importance of supporting our friends and family who have directly and indirectly experienced life with the condition.

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PreFunk Thursdays with Dj Drastic:​ (​Thursdays​) 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. A night of Reggae, Hip Hop, & International music. 21+ only. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Dandu:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Garden Chat, Moon Soup, Acid Smoker, NULL STATE:​ 10pm - 1am at the Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia.

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Cold War:​ 4 - 5:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France. Fun with Friends:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 8pm at T&A Ranch, 522 SE Brewer Rd, Shelton. You're invited for one of T&A’s many ride nights where there is always good food, good fun, good horses and great times! Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually:​ 5:30 - 9:30pm at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, 5400 N Pearl St, ​Tacoma​. Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually is an award-winning escape game torn from the pages of history that challenge you and your friends to explore a trapper's hidden secrets as you uncover clues, solve puzzles and unlock your way to freedom. 14+ only. Cascadia Poetry Group:​ (​Thursdays​) 6 - 9pm at the Three Magnets Brewing Co., 600 Franklin St SE #105, Olympia. Open Mic and poetry features from across the region. Hosted by Kevin Carney and Olympia's 2018 Poetry Grand Slam Champion Lennée Reid. The Hundred Dresses:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. They Shall Not Grow Old:​ 7 - 9pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. A documentary about World War I with never-before-seen footage to commemorate the centennial of the end of the war. Bunbury:​ 7:25 - 9:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. SPSCC Jazz Band with Obrador: An Evening of Cuban Music:​ 7:30pm at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. The SPSCC Jazz Band, directed by James Schneider, will join local legends and long-term jazz stalwarts Obrador for an evening of Cuban and Latin music. Love and Information:​ 8 - 10pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors.


Kaos calendar of events Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

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Tai Ji with Hirsh Diamant:​ (​Thursdays)​ 3:30 - 3:50pm on the 3rd Floor Library Mezzanine at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Tai Ji is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. The term refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang, related to the moves. Yoga Therapy Lab:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:45pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. This class is focused on the therapeutic aspects of yoga asana. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. MOMs: Manna of Mamas:​ (​3rd Thursdays)​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at Calvary Fellowship, 50 E Island Lake Rd, Shelton. A place for moms to receive encouragement from other moms for the sake of spiritual refreshment and practical guidance in developing as a mom raising children.

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Square Dance Lessons:​ 6:30pm at Lac-A-Do Hall, 1721 46th Ave NE, Olympia. Couples, families and singles, ages 10 and up are welcome. Tribal Belly Dance - Beginner:​ (​Thursdays​) 6:45 - 7:45pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. In this class, you will have the opportunity to learn the basics of tribal belly dance vocabulary. Every class closes with a gentle and restorative cool down, honoring the body, mind and spirit connection. Tribal Belly Dance - Intermediate:​ (​Thursdays)​ 7:45 - 8:45pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Each class starts with a stretching warm-up and ends with a gentle, restorative cool down honoring the body, mind and spirit connection.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

The IN Team:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:45 - 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! ECC MOPS:​ (​Select Thursdays)​ 9 - 11am at Evergreen Christian Community, 1000 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia. All moms are welcome to MOPS. Whether you are a first-time mom or seventh-time mom, an adoptive mom, young mom, seasoned mom, foster mom, stepmom or any other type of mom, you are welcome here. Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays)​ 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network.


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Fun Home Auditions:​ 4 - 6pm at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. South Puget Sound Community College announces auditions for the Fun Home. The musical, adapted from Alison Bechdel’s best-selling 2006 graphic memoir of the same name. Those auditioning should prepare 16 bars from a song that represents their range and sign up for an audition slot.

Children / Games: ●

Acting for Teens 13 - 18:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

American Red Cross Blood Donations:​ 9am - 2pm at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 17801 International Blvd, Seattle. The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. Margin Shift:​ (​3rd Thursdays)​ 6:30 - 10pm at Common Area Maintenance, 2125 2nd Ave, Seattle. Margin Shift is a poetry reading series that emphasizes the contributions of anyone who might normally be at the margins of the mainstream literary stream. The People Under the Stairs:​ 7:30pm at the Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle. Two adults and a juvenile break into a house occupied by a brother and sister and their stolen children. There, they must fight for their lives.


Kaos calendar of events FRIDAY, MARCH 22ND: National Date Today: ●

World Water Day:​ World Water Day is an annual UN observance day that highlights the importance of freshwater. The day is used to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. World Water Day is celebrated around the world with a variety of events. These can be educational, theatrical, musical or lobbying in nature. More information on this day can be found at www.worldwaterday.org

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The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ (​ ​Fridays​)​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Ham and Cheese on Rye:​ 7pm at Union Square Deli, 310 E Dalby Rd #100, Union. Audrey Assad:​ 7:30pm at St. Michael Catholic Church - Downtown, 1055 Boundary St SE, Olympia. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays)​ 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. The Muddy Souls:​ 9pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. High Ceiling!:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Spring Equinox Dance Party with DJ Koolhandz Luke!:​ 9pm - 1am at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. Perfect Buzz:​ 10pm - 1am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

Entertainment: ●

Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually:​ 5:30 - 9:30pm at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, 5400 N Pearl St, ​Tacoma​. Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually is an award-winning escape game torn from the pages of history that challenge you and your friends to explore a trapper's hidden secrets as you uncover clues, solve puzzles and unlock your way to freedom. 14+ only. The Hundred Dresses:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Bunbury:​ 7:25 - 9:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Love and Information:​ 8 - 10pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors.

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community.


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The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

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 Card Reading with Lindy:​ (​Fridays)​ 4 - 5pm at Brilliant Moon, 221 W Railroad Ave Suite A, Shelton. Tarot card reading is a wonderful tool used for clarity, direction, insight, and mediation to help you recognize what is already within yourself, and suggest what may be possible.

Educational / Classes: ●

Acting for Adults:​ 7 - 9pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for adults interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

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Justice-Involved Student Group:​ (​Fridays​) 3 - 4pm in SEM II E2115 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Justice-Involved is coordinated by formerly incarcerated students, building community, working towards equity and systemic change in support of those marginalized by an unjust system. Fun Home Auditions:​ 4 - 6pm at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. South Puget Sound Community College announces auditions for the Fun Home. The musical, adapted from Alison Bechdel’s best-selling 2006 graphic memoir of the same name. Those auditioning should prepare 16 bars from a song that represents their range and sign up for an audition slot. 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 Shelton Street Feed:​ (​Fridays)​ 6 - 8pm at 627 W Franklin St, Shelton. Crazy Love Ministries is a street ministry that provides food, clothing, support and relief services to those in need.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Mx. A Queer Variety Show:​ (​Fridays​) 9:30 - 11pm at the Queer/Bar, 1518 11th Ave, Seattle. MX. is queer/bar’s weekly, drag variety show! Hosted by the infamous Seattle queen: La Saveona Hunt, the show stars the incredible talents of local drag sensations: Stacey Starstruck, Bosco, Andrew Scott, Kitty Glitter, and Solana Solstice. 21+ only.


Kaos calendar of events SATURDAY, MARCH 23RD: National Date Today: ●

National Corn Dog Day:​ The corn dog started out as a sausage or hot dog baked or deep fried in a cornmeal breading and served as a sandwich. In the late 1930s or early 1940s, this sandwich became a convenient fair food when the whole meal was put on a stick before being deep fried.

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Vince Brown and Jessica Blinn:​ 6:30 - 9pm at Pizzeria La Gitana - Olympia, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays)​ 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Mister Blank, Letter From Traffic, Simple Minded Symphony:​ 9pm - 1am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin:​ 4 - 5pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin tells the groundbreaking author’s story in her own words, sprinkled with stunning animation and commentary from literary luminaries like Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, David Mitchell, and Michael Chabon. Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually:​ 5:30 - 9:30pm at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, 5400 N Pearl St, ​Tacoma​. Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually is an award-winning escape game torn from the pages of history that challenge you and your friends to explore a trapper's hidden secrets as you uncover clues, solve puzzles and unlock your way to freedom. 14+ only. Bunbury:​ 7:25 - 9:25pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Contra Dance:​ (​1st, 2nd, & 4th Saturdays​) 7:30 - 10:30pm at South Bay Grange, 3918 Sleater Kinney Rd NE, Olympia. Live music and dancing. Beginner’s orientation at 7. No experience or partner necessary. Love and Information:​ 8 - 10pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A funny, often-poignant drama about human exploration. In this fast-moving kaleidoscope more than a hundred characters employ 57 scenes to try to make sense of what they know. In a departure from the standard 20+ ensemble, Harlequin will perform this piece with only 7 actors.

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community.


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Practice in the Park:​ 10am - 12pm at Rainier Vista Community Park, 5475 45th Ave SE, Lacey. Regular weekly practice of Chen Pan-ling's family martial arts - Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, and Taijiquan.

Educational / Classes: ●

Introduction to Calligraphy with Sally Penley:​ 10am - 1pm at The Loft at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Learn the basic italic letterforms and be introduced to elegant edged-pen calligraphy. Learn about calligraphy tools, tips, and techniques and receive a list of resources for further study.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Saint Martin's School of Business Tax Preparation:​ (​Saturdays​) 9am - 3pm in Harned Hall Room 109 at Saint Martin's University, 5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey. Saint Martin's University School of Business is sponsoring free tax preparation by IRS-certified volunteers. Fun Home Auditions:​ 10am - 12pm at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. South Puget Sound Community College announces auditions for the Fun Home. The musical, adapted from Alison Bechdel’s best-selling 2006 graphic memoir of the same name. Those auditioning should prepare 16 bars from a song that represents their range and sign up for an audition slot.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

The Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Saturdays)​ 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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Big Builders Preschool Class:​ (​Saturdays)​ 12:30pm - 1:15pm at E2 Young Engineers, 4331-B Lacey Blvd SE Suite 102, Lacey. A class for 4- and 5-year-olds to start learning about science, physics and mechanical engineering while playing with K'Nex. Students can learn vocabulary and concepts that are applied in what they are building each class period.


Kaos calendar of events SUNDAY, MARCH 24TH: National Date Today: ●

National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day:​ In some countries, chocolate covered raisins are known as Raisinets. Raisinets were the earliest and one of the most popular brands of the product. Currently made by Nestle, they are the third largest selling candy in United States history. The Blumenthal Chocolate Company introduced the Raisinets to the United States in 1927, and then in 1984, the brand was acquired by Nestle.

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Ham and Cheese on Rye:​ 6pm at the Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW, Olympia. Smoke-N-Blues Jam:​ 6 - 9pm at O'Malley's Lounge, 2200 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. Black Doubt/ Werthless/ Better Daze/ Doc Rotten/ Teen Cat:​ 7 - 10pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually:​ 1 - 4pm at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, 5400 N Pearl St, Tacoma​. Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually is an award-winning escape game torn from the pages of history that challenge you and your friends to explore a trapper's hidden secrets as you uncover clues, solve puzzles and unlock your way to freedom. 14+ only. Bunbury:​ 1:55 - 4pm at the Olympia Little Theatre, 1925 Miller Ave NE, Olympia. What happens when Bunbury meets up with Rosaline? The resulting havoc to the classics of English literature is unimaginable and quite, quite funny. The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. The Lion in Winter:​ 3pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Karaoke:​ (​Sundays​) 6 - 10pm at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Movie Night: ​(​Sundays)​ ​ ​7pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+. You can visit thebrotherhoodlounge.com for more details. Broadway Olympia: Rocky Horror Karaoke Night:​ (​Sundays)​ 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. Whether you sing Country, Broadway, or Rock, Karaoke goes next level when you take the stage. Frequent guest appearances from Broadway Olympia performers.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Yoga Class:​ (​Sundays​) 10am at Northwest Center-Natural Medicine, 1403 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. OMnia Yoga ignites inner transformation through deliciously satisfying movement, soul seducing music, sisterhood, and meditative affirmations. OMnia Yoga is a fusion of flow yoga, contemporary dance, and conscious dance music. Glymm Mere Cut & Thrust Practices:​ (​Sundays​) 12pm - 3pm at Regional Athletic Complex, 8345 Steilacoom Rd SE, Olympia. The Barony of Glymm Mere is part of the SCA, an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.


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Tropical Moves Hula & Tahitian:​ (​Sundays​) 2 - 3pm at Fusion Physical Therapy & Pilates, 302 Columbia St NW, Olympia. This Hula & Tahitian class will help with coordination and balance, as well as help you get in shape in a fun way! This is a barefoot class. You can contact tropicalmovesdance@gmail.com for more information.

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Maintaining the Beauty of the Park:​ 11am - 1pm at West Central Park, 1919 Harrison Ave NW, Olympia. Help keep the park looking lovely with gardening, pruning, litter pickup, bird and bee house painting, and much more! There are also frequent indoor projects available during the colder days. Rolling Refuse Removal:​ (​Sundays​) 12pm - 4pm at the Olympia Food Co-op, 921 Rogers St NW, Olympia. Local housing rights and homeless advocacy group, Just Housing, have started volunteer garbage services and camp aid/support in solidarity with unhoused neighbors since March 2018. For more information on how to support this cause, call (360) 402 - 0271. Glymm Mere Music Practices:​ (​Sundays)​ 5:30 - 9pm at 2615 25th Ct SW, Olympia. You're welcome to bring a potluck dish to share. Music starts are 7pm. All are welcome. 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


Kaos calendar of events MONDAY, MARCH 25TH: National Date Today: ●

National Medal of Honor Day:​ Created in 1861, the Medal of Honor is the United States of America’s highest military honor. It is awarded only to US military personnel, by the President of the United States in the name of Congress, for personal acts of valor above and beyond the call of duty. There are three versions of the Medal of Honor; one for the Army, one for the Navy and one for the Air Force, with personnel of the Marine Corps and the Coast Guard receive the Navy version. Since its creation, there have been 3,468 Medals of Honor awarded to the country’s soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and coast guardsmen.

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Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ ​(​Mondays)​ 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails, Kitchen & Rum Room, 406 Washington St SE, Olympia. The Austin Piazzolla Quintet:​ 8pm at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia.

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Night Road Ride with Colleen:​ (​Mondays)​ 6 - 7:30pm at Joy Ride Bikes, 1225 Ruddell Rd SE d, Lacey. You're invited for Monday night road rides with Colleen. These 1.5-2 hour romps will go up and down the Chehalis Western trail and surrounding area. This is a no drop ride, so no one will be left behind. Knitter's Night:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at Lacey Forza Bistro & Event Center, 130 Marvin Rd SE #130, Lacey. You’re invited to bring your yarn, needle and craft projects! Besties Bingo Night:​ (​Mondays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Besties Boutique - Lularoe Independent Retailer, 4720 Blackberry Ct SE, Lacey. Amazing leggings and fun give away prizes!

Visual Art: ●

The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection.

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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 Acupuncture Clinic: ​(​4th Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at The Olympia Free Clinic, 108 State Ave NW, Olympia. Relieve anxiety, stress and many other issues. Prenatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays)​ 7:15 - 8:35pm at the YOGA Loft, 219 Legion Way SW, Olympia. This class creates an opportunity to bring more flexibility, strength, and relaxation to your body, mind, and spirit while connecting to your baby. This class also provides a loving and respectful environment for women to connect, be heard and listened to.


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Fiddle Lessons!:​ (​Mondays​) 10am - 7pm at Olyfiddle- Fiddle and Violin Instruction, Dickinson Ave NW, Olympia. No experience necessary, open to ages 8 and older.

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. 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.

Children / Games: ●

Youth Acting 8 - 12:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Feminist Discussion Group: High Voltage Women:​ 6:30 - 9:30pm at the Washington State Labor Council, 321 16th Ave S, Seattle. An inspiring new book on affirmative action pioneers who broke gender and race barriers forged links of solidarity and moved their union to better represent the entire workforce.


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Music TUESDAYS:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 6pm at Stonewall Youth- Olympia, 112 State Ave NE, Olympia. For LGBTQ+ youth ages 21 and under. DEEP Tuesday:​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. Featuring Alex Bosi, Braxxus, DJ Osh, J.K. Trolling and Koop. 21+ only.

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OlySwing Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Ballroom, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com Game Night - Battle Royale:​ (​Tuesdays​) 8:15 - 11:15pm at Besties Boutique - Lularoe Independent Retailer, 4720 Blackberry Ct SE, Lacey. You're invited for a fun game or battle style shopping!

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

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.

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Native American Drumming and Singing Circle:​ (​2nd and 4th Tuesdays)​ 11:30am - 2pm at the Cove Crystal Shop, 510 SE Old Arcadia Rd, Shelton. You’re welcome to bring your Native American drum and sing songs in the language of the ancestors. A wonderful group filled with joy, respect, love, and laughter. All are welcomed. The IN Team:​ (​Tuesdays​) 11:45am - 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! India: Dance and Culture Club:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 6pm at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. This club focuses on the history and dance culture of Odissi! Odissi is one of the oldest dance forms in the world, dating back over 2000 years. Along with Odissi, this club will reflect on the culture of India including history, religion, literature, films, music, languages (Hindi, Sanskrit,) and the importance of teaching and preserving history.


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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. Easter Choir:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 7 - 8pm at the Unity Church of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. The choir will be singing "Try Everything" from Zootopia and an original song that our choir director, Victoria Loveland.

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Toddler Storytime:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 10:30 - 11am at the Lacey Timberland Library, 500 College St SE, Lacey. Music, movement, and books for toddlers and their participating caregivers. Preschool Storytime:​ (​Tuesdays)​ 10:30am and 1pm at the Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St SW, Tumwater. A program of stories, rhymes, songs and movement games for children. Parents or caregivers are welcome to attend with their children. Ages 3 - 6 years. Acting for Teens 13 - 18:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Loud Mouth Lit:​ (​Last Tuesdays)​ 8pm at St. Andrews Bar & Grill, 7406 Aurora Ave N, Seattle. Open mic! Writer Paul Mullin curates a "fresh, local, organically sourced," literary event dedicated to, "the amazing writers living in Seattle."


Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27TH: National Date Today: ●

World Theater Day:​ World Theater Day celebrates the importance of theater arts as it continues to move, entertain, teach and change us. The International Theatre Institute created the day in 1962, and each year their message is spread across stages around the world through dramatic performances. For more information can be found on www.world-theatre-day.org

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Smoocho Gusto:​ (​Wednesdays​) 5:30 - 8:30pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Ave W, Olympia. 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.

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Laughs & Lyrics' LaughLAB - Comedy Night:​ 8 - 11pm at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. The Sampan Restaurant & Grill welcomes some of the Puget Sound's funniest to the stage for some horror-relief. Hosted and DJed by Jose S Gutierrez Jr. aka Luvva J Profresha. Open Mic!:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9pm - 12am at Hannah's Bar & Grille, 123 5th Ave SW, Olympia. Whatta ya got to show? Share your talents at open mic!

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection.

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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 Niyama Study:​ 5:30 - 6:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 421 Water St SW, Olympia. Study the meaning and practices of the Yamas and the Niyamas. Using yoga, journaling, art, and meditation, explore our connections to yoga on a deeper and very personal level.

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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. Belly Dancing - Intermediate:​ (​Wednesdays)​ 6 - 7pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Connect with your divine feminine energy and learn the ancient art of Belly Dance.


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How to Meditate in the Buddhist Tradition: ​6 - 7:15pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. Meditation is a skill which we can all develop, and once developed, we can refine our abilities. This series of classes is designed for just that purpose. The Buddhist Tradition of meditation is open to everyone, regardless of background or belief. Belly Dancing - Beginner: ​(​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Connect with your divine feminine energy and learn the ancient art of Belly Dance. This beginner class is infused with elements of yoga and energy work and is suitable for all ages and most fitness levels. This class will include warm-up, muscle toning, technique training, drills, and moderate cardio.

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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 Evergreen Ecstatic Dance Coop:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8:30 - 10pm at room 314 of Evergreen’s College Recreation Center, 2745 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. An Evergreen student group for people who love to dance. The group is a safe space where anyone can come together for dancing. DJs welcomed for dance music.

Children / Games: ●

Youth Acting 8 - 12:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.


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PreFunk Thursdays with Dj Drastic:​ (​Thursdays)​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. A night of Reggae, Hip Hop, & International music. 21+ only. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass.

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Fun with Friends:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 8pm at T&A Ranch, 522 SE Brewer Rd, Shelton. You're invited for one of T&A’s many ride nights where there is always good food, good fun, good horses and great times! Cascadia Poetry Group:​ (​Thursdays​) 6 - 9pm at the Three Magnets Brewing Co., 600 Franklin St SE #105, Olympia. Open Mic and poetry features from across the region. Hosted by Kevin Carney and Olympia's 2018 Poetry Grand Slam Champion Lennée Reid. The Hundred Dresses:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. Young Frankenstein The Musical!:​ 8 - 10:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body.

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Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection. Northwest Legacy:​ 1 - 6pm at the Evergreen Gallery, 2737 McCann Plaza Dr NW #2204, Olympia. A selection of prints from the Paul Nicholson and Helen Carlson Collection.

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Tai Ji with Hirsh Diamant:​ (​Thursdays​) 3:30 - 3:50pm on the 3rd Floor Library Mezzanine at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Tai Ji is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits. The term refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang, related to the moves. Yoga Therapy Lab:​ (​Thursdays)​ 5:30 - 6:45pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. This class is focused on the therapeutic aspects of yoga asana. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays)​ 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages.


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The IN Team:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:45 - 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! Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays)​ 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network. Tribal Belly Dance - Beginner:​ (​Thursdays​) 6:45 - 7:45pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. In this class, you will have the opportunity to learn the basics of tribal belly dance vocabulary. Every class closes with a gentle and restorative cool down, honoring the body, mind and spirit connection. Tribal Belly Dance - Intermediate:​ (​Thursdays)​ 7:45 - 8:45pm at Infused Fitness and Dance, 5840 Pacific Ave SE # A, Lacey. Each class starts with a stretching warm-up and ends with a gentle, restorative cool down honoring the body, mind and spirit connection.

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Acting for Teens 13 - 18:​ 4 - 6pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for youth interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.


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The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays​)​ 6 ​ :30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays)​ 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Whalien / Bes / SloFunkPump:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

Entertainment: ●

The Hundred Dresses:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Young Frankenstein The Musical!:​ 8 - 10:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body.

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community. The Juror’s Invitational:​ (​Monday - Friday)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. This exhibit invites award-winning artists from the 2018 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition, selected by juror Asia Tail, to show their new works to the community in a group exhibition. Community Canvas: Celebrating 30 years of Public Art:​ (​Monday - Friday​) 12pm - 4pm at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. Explore how a community can inspire individuals to create and come together to celebrate the arts. Olympia has invested in a wide range of public art projects, including over 100 works that are part of the city’s permanent collection.

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 Card Reading with Lindy:​ (​Fridays)​ 4 - 5pm at Brilliant Moon, 221 W Railroad Ave Suite A, Shelton. Tarot card reading is a wonderful tool used for clarity, direction, insight, and mediation to help you recognize what is already within yourself, and suggest what may be possible.


Kaos calendar of events Educational / Classes: ●

Acting for Adults:​ 7 - 9pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. The program is designed for adults interested in learning the fundamentals of theatre and nurturing existing talent to become active members of the theatre community. Sessions include instruction on acting, auditioning, choreography, improv, scene study, and musical theatre.

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Justice-Involved Student Group:​ (​Fridays​) 3 - 4pm in SEM II E2115 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Justice-Involved is coordinated by formerly incarcerated students, building community, working towards equity and systemic change in support of those marginalized by an unjust system. 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 Shelton Street Feed:​ (​Fridays)​ 6 - 8pm at 627 W Franklin St, Shelton. Crazy Love Ministries is a street ministry that provides food, clothing, support and relief services to those in need.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

American Red Cross Blood Donations:​ 10am - 3pm at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 17801 International Blvd, Seattle. The American Red Cross has a severe shortage of type O blood and urges type O donors – as well as eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types – to give now to ensure lifesaving patient care isn’t impacted this winter. The Juniper Tree:​ 7:30pm at the Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle. Weaving witchcraft with the incredibly atmospheric backdrop of Iceland, The Juniper Tree is a stunning story that is evocative of Carl Theodor Dreyers Day of Wrath and Ingmar Bergman's The Virgin Spring. Mx. A Queer Variety Show:​ (​Fridays​) 9:30 - 11pm at the Queer/Bar, 1518 11th Ave, Seattle. MX. is queer/bar’s weekly, drag variety show! Hosted by the infamous Seattle queen: La Saveona Hunt, the show stars the incredible talents of local drag sensations: Stacey Starstruck, Bosco, Andrew Scott, Kitty Glitter, and Solana Solstice. 21+ only.


Kaos calendar of events SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH: National Date Today: ●

World Bipolar Day:​ World Bipolar Day is the global observance of how bipolar disorder affects the lives of many and serves as a tribute to those dedicated to alleviating the challenges that come with the condition. Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that creates unusual shifts in mood, energy and a person’s activity levels. Often individuals with the condition will struggle in carrying out everyday tasks. It is estimated that between 1 and 2% of the entire global population have bipolar disorder. More information can be found on www.worldbipolarday.org

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Video DJ Music and Karaoke:​ 8:30pm - 1:30am at Sampan Restaurant, 922 Hensley St NE, Olympia. Featuring DJ XL Bass. Live DJ: ​(​Fridays and Saturdays)​ 9pm in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Los Bongquistadors / The Shovel Heads / Porch Cat:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

Entertainment: ●

Young Frankenstein The Musical!:​ 2 and 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body. The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. 2020 Season Announcement and Celebration!:​ 6:30 - 10pm at the State Theater, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. Members of the Harlequin board, staff, and Artistic Director Aaron Lamb invite guests to embark on a new chapter for Harlequin, through a presentation full of forward-thinking, innovative change. The Lion in Winter:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend.

Visual Art: ●

Save Paradise; A Bee's Battalion:​ 11am - 5pm at Buck's Fifth Avenue Spice Shope, 209 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Faces and bodies of local beekeepers and farmers decorate the walls. One wall of inverted face masks upon viewing create an optical illusion, another wall is ceramic masks and statues, and the third wall includes prints of paintings and photos of beekeeping with the local community.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Practice in the Park:​ 10am - 12pm at Rainier Vista Community Park, 5475 45th Ave SE, Lacey. Regular weekly practice of Chen Pan-ling's family martial arts - Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, and Taijiquan.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Saint Martin's School of Business Tax Preparation:​ (​Saturdays​) 9am - 3pm in Harned Hall Room 109 at Saint Martin's University, 5000 Abbey Way SE, Lacey. Saint Martin's University School of Business is sponsoring free tax preparation by IRS-certified volunteers.


Kaos calendar of events Markets / Bazaars: ●

The Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Saturdays)​ 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: ●

Big Builders Preschool Class:​ (​Saturdays​) 12:30pm - 1:15pm at E2 Young Engineers, 4331-B Lacey Blvd SE Suite 102, Lacey. A class for 4- and 5-year-olds to start learning about science, physics and mechanical engineering while playing with K'Nex. Students can learn vocabulary and concepts that are applied in what they are building each class period.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

The Juniper Tree:​ 3:45 and 7:30pm at the Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle. Weaving witchcraft with the incredibly atmospheric backdrop of Iceland, The Juniper Tree is a stunning story that is evocative of Carl Theodor Dreyers Day of Wrath and Ingmar Bergman's The Virgin Spring.


Kaos calendar of events SUNDAY, MARCH 31ST: Live Music: ●

Preening:​ 8 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila.

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Young Frankenstein The Musical!:​ 2 and 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body. The Hundred Dresses:​ 2 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Inspired by a true story, The Hundred Dresses tells the story of a Polish immigrant Wanda Petronski whose classmates tease her. Wanda’s classmate Maddie stands up to her classmates and makes an unlikely friend in the process. This play is a poignant tale of bullies and bystanders. The Lion in Winter:​ 3pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Set in Castle Chinon, in France, in the year 1183, "The Lion in Winter" is a brilliantly written play of intrigue, suspense and strategic "one-upsmanship" between the members of a royal family over Christmas weekend. Karaoke:​ (​Sundays)​ 6 - 10pm at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Movie Night: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​7pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+. You can visit thebrotherhoodlounge.com for more details. Broadway Olympia: Rocky Horror Karaoke Night:​ (​Sundays)​ 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Ave E, Olympia. Whether you sing Country, Broadway, or Rock, Karaoke goes next level when you take the stage. Frequent guest appearances from Broadway Olympia performers.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Yoga Class:​ (​Sundays​) 10am at Northwest Center-Natural Medicine, 1403 Garfield Ave NW, Olympia. OMnia Yoga ignites inner transformation through deliciously satisfying movement, soul seducing music, sisterhood, and meditative affirmations. OMnia Yoga is a fusion of flow yoga, contemporary dance, and conscious dance music. Glymm Mere Cut & Thrust Practices:​ (​Sundays​) 12pm - 3pm at Regional Athletic Complex, 8345 Steilacoom Rd SE, Olympia. The Barony of Glymm Mere is part of the SCA, an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.

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Tropical Moves Hula & Tahitian:​ (​Sundays​) 2 - 3pm at Fusion Physical Therapy & Pilates, 302 Columbia St NW, Olympia. This Hula & Tahitian class will help with coordination and balance, as well as help you get in shape in a fun way! This is a barefoot class. You can contact tropicalmovesdance@gmail.com for more information.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Maintaining the Beauty of the Park:​ 11am - 1pm at West Central Park, 1919 Harrison Ave NW, Olympia. Help keep the park looking lovely with gardening, pruning, litter pickup, bird and bee house painting, and much more! There are also frequent indoor projects available during the colder days. Rolling Refuse Removal:​ (​Sundays)​ 12pm - 4pm at the Olympia Food Co-op, 921 Rogers St NW, Olympia. Local housing rights and homeless advocacy group, Just Housing, have started volunteer garbage services and camp aid/support in solidarity with unhoused neighbors since March 2018. For more information on how to support this cause, call (360) 402 - 0271. Glymm Mere Music Practices:​ (​Sundays)​ 5:30 - 9pm at 2615 25th Ct SW, Olympia. You're welcome to bring a potluck dish to share. Music starts are 7pm. All are welcome.


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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

Seattle Spotlight: ●

The Juniper Tree:​ 3:45 and 7:30pm at the Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle. Weaving witchcraft with the incredibly atmospheric backdrop of Iceland, The Juniper Tree is a stunning story that is evocative of Carl Theodor Dreyers Day of Wrath and Ingmar Bergman's The Virgin Spring.

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