This is a continuation of letter excerpts written by “Lori”, serving her third year in prison for making meth in a home that was destroyed. She shares her mental and emotional processes.
Energetic kids of all shapes, sizes and abilities took the floor at Terminal Park Elementary School to dance to “Firebird,” a morning story ballet camp offered through the Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department.
Under the guidance of Stephanie Cox, instructor from Auburn’s Children’s Dance Theater, the camp features ballet classes, craft projects and more, with weekly ballet themes.
It was a bocce showcase on a sunny Saturday at Les Gove Park. A total of 15 teams, some from as far away as Bellingham and Portland, converged on the courts for the fourth annual Washington State Bocce Tournament, sponsored by host Auburn Bocce Club and the Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department.
Auburn City Hall Gallery presents the works of Seattle artists Joey Katzer and Betty Hageman, from now until Aug. 1. Meet the artists Wednesday at a reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m., in City Hall, 25 W. Main St.
Superheroes have taken over the cinema. In recent months we’ve been bombarded with an endless assault of larger than life comic book action heros.
These world rescuers run the gamut from a metallurgically altered weapons specialist (Iron Man) to a rage induced girth and pigmentation vacillator (The Incredible Hulk).
Tenacious Mary Vesper is a late-blooming adventurer who refuses to limit herself – but not at the expense of taking unnecessary risks.
For instance, she makes it a habit of climbing mighty mountains, even reaching the summit of some of the tallest, most rugged peaks in the Pacific Northwest.
“Mountain Mary” – as many of her friends call her – is a 61-year-old Auburn woman unafraid of new challenges.
On July 2, 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Lee Resolution declaring the Thirteen Colonies to be independent of the British Empire. Two days later, an explanation and justification of the Lee Resolution was indelibly sealed and signed into parchment as the United States Declaration of Independence.
Auburn’s popular Shades of Summer Concert series returns on Wednesday evenings at the Len Chapman Amphitheater at Game Farm Park, located at 3030 R St. SE. Shows begin each night at 7 at the park’s amphitheater, 3030 R St. SE.