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DINNER WITH DOC?
Dr. Tye Bratvold is dedicated to improving the health of the community, so, if you’ve never been to the office, BRING YOUR FAMILY and FRIENDS to the RAM RESTAURANT on MONDAY, May 7, 2012 at 7:00 P.M. and DINNER IS ON US!
RSVP is mandatory due to limited seating.
Dr. Tye speaks on:
Learning to create your dream life
How to reach your ideal weight
Cut your workout to 10 minutes while burning twice the fat
Living free of sickness and disease
Creating personal vitality and longevity
RSVP By: Friday May 4, 2012
Call (253) 845-6636
Library Hosting Free Comic Book Day
Join the Library Saturday May 5th as they give away free comic books to young patrons of the library. Information available by calling or simply attending the event held at the Puyallup Library. 253.841.5562.
Youth Fishing Derby – Saturday, April 28th – 7:00-9:00am
Don’t miss this annual event, now with an earlier date! Children 12 and under are invited to come to Bradley Lake Park to fish for their limit and compete for prizes based on fish size, weight, and more. Children must provide their own rod and tackle. Registration begins at 6:30am and costs $3.00 per child. Parents are encouraged to help!
3rd Annual Families in Motion on the Riverwalk Trail – Saturday, April 28th – 10:00am-2:00pm
Join the celebration of this great trail! Families are invited to participate in a variety of activities that will take place on or by the Riverwalk Trail. Starting by the Skateboard Park in Puyallup (4th St. NW), the event will include numerous vendors, Beat Senator Kastama Fun Run, Daffodil Valley Volkssports fun walk, Dog Parade, and much more! To top it all off, it’s all FREE! Call 253-841-5515 for more information.
Spotlight Players Present Arsenic & Old Lace
The year is 1941; the place is Brooklyn New York.
Meet the charming and innocent Brewster sisters, Martha and Abby. The two are famous in their neighborhood for their kindness and generosity.
Their home has long been a place of peace and refuge, where strangers are welcomed, and the local reverend and neighborhood beat cops can always find a cup of tea and warm biscuits with homemade jam.
But tranquility gives way to hilarious mayhem when nephew Mortimer stumbles upon a deep, dark family secret. The return of a long forgotten relative with his partner (an eccentric plastic surgeon), and the antics of the lovable Teddy (who’s convinced he’s President Roosevelt), only adds to chaos.
For online tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/233135
For tickets via phone: 253-251-1930