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"Just because we're stuck at home doesn't mean we can't move mountains. To celebrate the 40th "Eruptiversary" of the volcano, join us for 45 minutes of explosive fun with Bill Nye the Volcano Guy in conversation with Mount St. Helens Institute and KING5."

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Saturday, May 16th @ 6pm

For livestream links and more information go >>> here <<<

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Saturday, May 16, 2020 6:00pm-7:00pm
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Lauren and the rest of the Padula family invites you to join them for a wine and yoga session, which will help you relax and treat yourself.

From snacks, coffee, lunch to wine and yoga, you don’t want to miss this opportunity. You will also be able to do meditation, some journaling, and attend to a workshop. After that, you’ll be able to get to know more about how wine is produced and a tour will be given to you. While you have a tasting session, you get to bottle your own wine you get to take home.

For more information, visit the Eventbrite website

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Sunday, September 9, 2018 9:00am-4:30pm
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Toledo Wine and Cheese Garden, Saturday, July 14, 4 - 8 pm in the Wine and Cheese Tent near the gazebo and boat launch in downtown Toledo. Four local wineries including Bateaux Cellars, Mount St. Helens, Heymann Whinery and Wells Winery, Mile 38 Brewing, local creameries, chocolatier and homemade mac-n-cheese!

This is a fund raiser for vision:TOLEDO whose mission is to efficiently utilize resources to enhance the quality of life for the greater Toledo Community.

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Saturday, July 14, 2018 4:00pm-8:00pm
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Bring out all of your little fishing buddies to South lewis County Park in Toledo on May 12th from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m..

$10 per car and $1 for each child that is fishing. Lots of prizes will be awarded! There will be loaner poles and tack.

Food will be available to purchase.

Proceeds are used for a scholarship given out to a Toledo Senior.

More information can be found on their Facebook Page.

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Saturday, May 12, 2018 8:00am-1:30pm
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The autumn months are the perfect time to come discover an up-and-coming vibrant arts scene in Lewis County! Every third and fourth weekend of September brings forth the ARTrails of Southwest Washington, an event that showcases dozens of artists' work at venues throughout Lewis County and beyond. ARTrails serves as the single largest gathering of artists in Lewis County, and the public is welcome to visit the annual ARTRails Studio Tours! In 2017, more than 40 artists in 18 venues are showcasing a variety of works, and there are hands-on activities for all families!

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There's even more to look forward to when it comes to festivals and fun times with the family! Several gatherings and events fall just outside the realm of the officially-sponsored community festivals that take place annually across Lewis County — but these are all worth checking out and participating in!

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Historical Museums and Societies throughout Lewis County bring history to life and help us experience our region and state’s heritage. Discover Lewis County and the Lewis County Historical Museum have partnered to bring the history of Lewis County to you. For a physical version of this map, drop into the Lewis County Historical Museum, the area’s hub for all things history, and branch out throughout our area to discover more about Lewis County's past!

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The Lewis County Historical Ride is one of Lewis County's longest-running organized bicycle rides! Get your road bikes ready for May 11, 2019 and make your way to Bethel Church-Assembly of God in Chehalis, which offers four route options. Easy 20 and 40 mile routes are offered, along with moderate 68 and 100-mile routes. All routes take you through some of Lewis County's prime back roads and offer views of some natural wonders, wildlife, farm life and more. Choose the 68 or 100-mile ride to get the best experience and glide through scenic prairies and rolling hills in the northern, central and southern portions of Lewis County. The longer routes take participants by three of Lewis County's most important cultural heritage sites. The shorter routes offer a fantastic opportunity for families to enjoy a ride on country roads with very little traffic to worry about. The 20 and 40-mile rides go through Napavine on some very scenic roads that offer views of Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens on a clear day. Food stops are included in the ride, and the course is marked. SAG wagons will also sweep the course, and members of the local amateur radio group assist in taking accountability at each checkpoint. Rest stops are available at three of our most beloved historical areas: the Evaline School, a two-room schoolhouse north of Winlock; Cowlitz Mission (more formally known as St. Francis Xavier Mission), the oldest Catholic congregation in Washington state; and the Claquato Church, one of the longest-standing churches in the western United States. Don't want to drive down the morning of the event? Arrive the night before and grab a hotel! Check out our Lodging page for ideas. More information forthcoming as the event approaches.

For more information visit the Chehalis Centralia Optimist Club website. 

 

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Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7:00am
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