Puyallup Real Estate Blog

Due to the overcrowding in some Puyallup elementary schools, the Puyallup School District approved a three year plan which included moving Zeiger, Sunrise, and Shaw Road sixth graders to the near by Junior High Schools. Zeiger was the first to make the move, and the sixth graders at Zeiger were moved to Ballou Junior High in September. This fall Woodland sixth grade students were scheduled to Attend Aylen Junior High and the sixth graders at Sunrise and Shaw Road were to attend Ferrucci Junior High.

At a school board study session held Friday, January 22, Assistant Superintendent Casey Cox provided an enrollment update for the directors, presenting options for their consideration. One option postpones the move of sixth-graders until the fall of 2017.

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If you are looking for something really fun to do with your kids next weekend, you should check out the Junie B Jones Musical at the Tacoma Musical Playhouse. My daughter loves the Junie B Jones books, so we were very excited to check it out. We were not disappointed, it was so much fun!! The entire cast did an amazing job bringing the familiar characters to life and the young lady who starred as Junie B was outstanding! In this show Junie B Jones goes into First Grade, Gets glasses and a new Best Friend. This musical is a must see but there is only one weekend left, hurry up and get your tickets!

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These Tacoma Duplexes were built in 2004 and are centrally located to the freeway, restaurants, shopping and the mall.

Each unit offers 2 bedroom/ 1 bath and approximately 1040. Partially fenced yard with a small patio.

Each unit comes with range/stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and washer & dryer.

Each unit has one car garage and one outside parking space.

If you are looking to invest or add to your portfolio now is the time ... Buyer to verify information to their satisfaction.

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Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Load up your family and enjoy some sweet family fun full of Christmas Magic! Fantasy Lights at Spanaway Lake offers an amazing Drive-Thru Christmas Light Show and is one of the Tacoma area's favorite Holiday Tradition.

Fantasy Lights, put on by Pierce County Parks and Recreation is the largest holiday drive- through display in the area. The 2 mile drive features almost 300 elaborate displays and thousands of sparkling lights.

You can enjoy the Fantasy Lights every night including Christmas and New Years Day from 5:30pm to 9pm.

Fantasy Lights is also one of the more affordable Christmas activities to do in the area. Pricing is by the car load up to 24 passengers. So load up the car, bring some snacks

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Create a new family tradition that celebrates the spirit of the season by attending Breakfast with Santa. Enjoy a delicious warm breakfast buffet, pictures with Santa and quality time with family and friends. After you have eaten, there are several activities for your family to enjoy including holiday crafts, face painting and games. Here’s the perfect chance for the little ones in your life to tell Santa exactly what’s on their Christmas list! This is a very popular event and there are limited spaces left, CALL Quickly,  Space is limited to the first 300 people.

For more information call 253-841-5457

Saturday, December 12th from 9:30 - 11am at the Pioneer Park Pavilion

 $15- 13 years and up

$8 - 3 years to 12 years

FREE- 2 years and

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What is more magical for kids than meeting Santa on a train at Christmas time? Surprise your little one with a special train ride this holiday season. Board the Santa Express in the town of Elbe, in the foothills of Mount Rainier. Along the ride enjoy hot cocoa, cookies, and a meet and greet with Santa himself.

There are several cars to choose from, some changing depending on the season. Seats are not assigned, and you can move around during the ride. The train is an old steam logging locomotive, and it’s storybook perfect!

The ride is gentle, but there are lots of train noises. The ride is two 45 minute sections, with a brief stop at Mineral Lake. This is a pretty photo op, but there is really nothing to do here. This outing is definitely about the

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Auburn will celebrate Veterans Day this Saturday, November 7th with a mile long parade of marching bands, military vehicles, veterans' units and honor guards. This will be the 50th anniversary of the Auburn Veterans Day Parade and Observance and it is one of the largest events in the U.S to honor our brave veterans and active military men and women.

The parade always starts with a military flyover, but this year there will be multiple flyovers including World War II and Vietnam-era aircraft( WEATHER PERMITTING).

There will also be an extra announcing stand located at D Street and Main. This will be a fantastic spot for marching band fans to find a spot. All 37 bands (34 Highschool, 3 military) will perform there.

Parade: 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7,

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Bring the kids to downtown Puyallup for Fun & Safe Tricks and Treats! Many downtown shops and businesses, including the Puyallup Public Library, will be handing out candies and treats for all the little ghosts and ghouls, princesses and pirates on Saturday, October 31st from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

And while you are there shoot across the street to Kalles JH for more Halloween Fun AND to support a great cause! The students at Kalles JH are hoping to raise money and awareness for Neuroblastoma, so they have put together a Spooktacular event for you and your kiddo's to enjoy. Bring your children and let them walk thru the Haunted Halls of Kalles. October 31st from 4pm to 6pm. Donations go to Neuroblastoma Awareness.

Don't forget to participate in the

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Buying and selling a home is one of the biggest decisions of your life. Having a seasoned, knowledgeable Real Estate Agent is an important part of the process. Here's why finding a good agent is better than going it alone.

A local Real Estate Agent is going to have an extensive knowledge about the real estate market in your area. Realtors are local experts on what homes are selling for, which areas are highly desirable, which ones are not, and which ones are the new up and coming. In addition to knowing the inventory in your local area, a Realtor will have better access to listings and better access into a sellers home.

Buying and/or selling a home can be a stressful and emotional experience. Having a seasoned Realtor to navigate you through all the

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The Haunted Theatre: Backstage Tour & Eerie Dances

In celebration of Halloween, Tacoma City Ballet transforms the Tacoma City Ballet School into The Haunted Theatre. This family-oriented production is celebrating its seventh anniversary this season and has become a cherished Halloween tradition in Tacoma.

The Box Office, The Magical Lobby and Backstage Tour are filled with ghostly, yet whimsical, characters. After the Backstage Tour, Guests are ushered into the Jan Collum Ballroom Theater for a delightful performance of spooky Halloween Ballets featuring Bats, Ghosts, Marionettes, Monsters, Mummified Egyptian Cats, Pumpkins, Skeletons, and Witches. This production is a captivating Halloween Treat, 1-Hour long and appropriate for all ages- costumes

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