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Celebrate summer fun at this family friendly event at Allan Yorke Park. Bonney Lake Days is a huge event packed with entertainment for the whole family from Friday to Saturday.

Featuring: stage shows, fireworks, Kids Zone, chalk art, a 5K and 10K fun run, annual parade, vendor booths, and fun competitions! See the complete event and activity line-up below. Certain Events require registration.

Allan Yorke Park - August 14th & 15th

Friday from 4pm-9pm Saturday from 9:30am - 5:00pm

See more information below. http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/section_community/parks_recreation/special_events.shtml#bldays

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Downtown Puyallup's Pioneer Park is not the only popular Pierce County Park that offers live music and entertainment. If you want to get out and enjoy this awesome summer weather but you're looking for a change in scenery , come give Allen Yorke Park in Bonney Lake a try.

Kids Club offers great events every Monday Evening at 6:30pm and Tuesdays at 11:00am- All Summer Long.

Allen Yorke also has Concerts in the Park- Fun Entertainment for the whole family. Go out and enjoy the Tunes @ Tapps every Wednesday throughout the Summer from 6:30-8:00pm. If you come a little earlier you can check out the outdoor market that starts at 5:00pm prior to the concerts. The Market features some local farmers, crafters and food vendors.

Click the link below for

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The 2015 Summer Movie Express Is Here! Family fun movies playing on Tuesdays & Wednesdays starting June 23rd and ending August 19th. All movies are rated G and PG and start at 10:00. Below is a list of movies and a few Theatres that are offering this great deal.

Week 1: Nut Job, Annie

Week 2: Earth to Echo, The Boxtrolls

Week 3: Paddington, Turbo

Week4: Rio 2, How To Train Your Dragon 2

Week5: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, The Book of Life

Week6: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, Penguins of Madagascar

Week7: Madagascar 3, Dolphin Tale 2

Week8: Muppets Most Wanted, Alexander and the Very Bad Day

Week9: The Lego Movie, Alexander and the Very Bad Day

Theatres nearest you....

PUYALLUP-Regal Longston Place Stadium 14

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I am thrilled about the new and improved splash pad at my favorite Downtown Puyallup park, I only wish that with the many parks in Puyallup that more of them had water to cool off in. With this amazingly beautiful weather we have been having it has been crazy packed at Pioneer Park since it's grand opening; however, there is no need to worry if you want to let your kiddo's cool off but would like a change in scenery - there are lots of other options in Tacoma.

Here is a list of Splash Parks in Tacoma:

Franklin Park

Jefferson Park

Kandle Park

Norpoint Park

SERA Campus (near STAR Center)

South Park

Titlow Park

Verlo Playfield

Wapato Hills Park

Wright Park


Also in Tacoma are

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Put aside the new play stucture, spray park, library, the weekend market, Anthem Coffee, Elements and much more....In just a few weeks there will be yet another reason to visit the historic Pioneer Park in downtown Puyallup. Starting June 18th and ending September 17th , the Puyallup Main street Association will be offering Puyallup a Sunset Market every Thursday from 4-8:30. Just like the traditional Saturday/Sunday experience at the Puyallup Farmers Market, the Sunset Market will bring your favorite farmers, growers, artisans, downtown merchants and food vendors. The added bonus is the live entertainment and demonstrations offered.

Time and time again Downtown Puyallup & Pioneer Park proves to be the perfect place to hang out. Come spend a relaxing

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Big Changes to come this Fall for sixth graders in Puyallup. Due to a continued growth in enrollment and lack of classroom space, the Puyallup School Board has approved a three year plan that will move sixth graders from a few of our more crowded elementary schools into designated junior high schools that have available space.

 The decision to move forward with the ‘sixth grade moves’ comes after a series of community forums held in January and February but this three year plan to relieve overcrowding has been under discussion by the board since November.  In some cases, schools are serving several hundred students beyond the number they were built to serve.” Without additional schools, the issue compounds into a bigger issue and bigger crisis”, says

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On May 22, Downtown Puyallup will be getting a lot cooler. Pioneer Park in Downtown Puyallup will be finally opening there much anticipated Splash Park. The Splash Park is replacing the old and very outdated wading pool that was not up to par with current Health Department Standards and let’s face it, it was a little lame. This will be the first Splash Park in Puyallup and a very welcome addition for the community of Puyallup. The Splash Park will be open daily from 10am to 8pm beginning on May 22nd through September 7th and is located in the Pavilion at PioneerPark. The SplashPark in addition to the already updated play structure that went up last July will make this already popular park into a destination park. For more information visit

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WOW, this weather is amazing and it is supposed to last through the weekend and into next week. Woohoo!! For all of you South Sounders, If you are looking for some ‘very’ last  minute idea’s for this very beautiful weekend , here you go…

 Don’t forget this weekend is the Spring Fair. Go on down to the Washington State Fairgrounds, most of us locals might still call it the Puyallup Fairgrounds, and enjoy the sunshine, animals, rides and atmosphere. There is plenty to do once inside and that includes lots of FREE fun if you are on a budget.

 Also, today is the opening day for the Puyallup Farmers Market! This is so much fun and something that I look forward to every year. I love the fresh fruits, vegetable and various flowers brought to you by your

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 One of the most rewarding rites of spring is the annual clean. Although Spring Cleaning may never be effortless, you can make it more manageable and here are some helpful hints.

 Survey each room from top to bottom, make notes and create a realistic schedule. If you are taking on more involved projects; such as, shampooing carpets and organizing closets- be sure to give yourself more than one day. Start with one task at a time and be sure to recruit help from the whole family. 

  • Make sure the assigned day has no prior engagements- No Excuses.
  • Be prepared before the day arrives- Have your supplies ready- No Distractions
  • Have some good snacks and drinks on hand for break times
  • Make chores age appropriate- Create alternate helpful activities for
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