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by Prachi Gohil

The LoveOly Winter Fest in downtown Olympia, the month-long vacation-inspired event with fun for everyone, wraps up tonight.

Enjoy live music and shows, activities for kids and families, festive seasonal lighting, and a winter refreshment station featuring locally produced craft beer, cider and other holiday libations. LoveOly Winterfest kicks off a fun month-long vacation for friends and family. Throughout the month of December, go to “Downtown for the Holidays”. Click here to find out more.

A Christmas carol: Wednesday to Sunday, until December 31, at 2 p.m. on weekdays and 7:30 p.m. on weekends.

Be part of a holiday classic that is sure to please, with a good dose of joy and the kind of ghostly special effects that only Harlequin can deliver. Take the family and start your holiday season with some theatrical magic. Click here for more information.

New Year’s Eve countdown party: Fri, December 31, noon to 6 p.m.

Dress up like your favorite fairy tale character and celebrate the New Year early on the Noon Eve Countdown Party. Click here to find out more.

Olympia Mountaineers Adventure Speaker Series-Jeff Antonelis-Lapp “Tahoma and its inhabitants”: Wednesday January 5, from 6 pm

Join Jeff Antonelis-Lapp, professor emeritus at Evergreen State College, to learn about these and other stories of Tahoma and its people, its natural history of Mount Rainier National Park. Click here to find out more.

Lacey Joggernauts – Run & Walk Club: Sat January 8, starting at 9 a.m.

The Lacey Joggernauts have been a Run & Walk club since 2018 led by a group of volunteers who explore a new route every week through the neighborhoods or on the Chehalis Trail. Click here to find out more.

See more events each week in the JOLT‘s CALENDAR section.


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