The public is invited to observe the 57th annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday at Auburn City Hall.
“Dahlias and Desserts”
I’m slowly, reluctantly, being drawn into the text-messaging era. My techno-scout friends already are pushing the issue toward its inevitable conclusion.
April Pools Day: 1-3:30 p.m. April 19. Features water safety training, prizes, refreshments and open swim. Cost: Free. Auburn School District Pool, 516 Fourth St. N.E. 253-815-0873.
Step Aerobic/Weights Class: 7-8 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Cost: $79 for 10 weeks. King County Fire Department No. 44, Station 92, 31709 Kent-Black Diamond Road, Auburn. 253-631-6350 or 425-413-1623.
Spring seems to have sprung a spring. This year a strange astronomical algorithm positioned Easter so early that it felt more like Groundhog Day than the resurrection of our savior.
Pea Patch Program Opens: April 12. Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation Department will rent out plots for urban gardeners to raise their own produce. Cost: $25 for Auburn residents; $32 for non-residents. Location: Behind the Metro Park & Ride on 15th Avenue Northeast. 253-931-3043.
Darcy Read Memorial Co-op Preschool’s Open House:
USS Hollister Destroyer Reunion: Sept. 17-21 in Branson, Mo. For DD-788. For details, contact Nelda Rupp. 503-656-4949 or email@example.com.
Children of all ages enjoyed an Easter egg hunt, games and other activities during a free Kids’ Day event on the campus at Green River Community College on Saturday morning.