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More Spooky and Kid Friendly Fun for Halloween

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at 8:21pm. 3 Views, 0 Comments.

There is still one more weekend before Halloween and more Halloween fun activities to look forward too. If you are looking for something spooktacular to do on this last weekend before Halloween, let me suggest heading down to Wild Waves Theme Park for a spooky good time. Wild Waves Theme Park is close, located in Federal Way, and has a ton of entertainment to offer for all ages. Admission into the Theme Park is $22.99 if you purchase tickets online and $27.99 at the gate. Tickets are a little pricey but there is a lot of entertainment included with the admission ticket. The Park is offering 2 Haunted Houses, one of them being 3 Dimensional and includes 3D glasses, There is amusement rides, BOOVILLE for the littles that are 12 and under, face painting, a

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Lot's Of Fall Fun at the Great Family Farms in Puyallup

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 at 1:48pm. 4 Views, 0 Comments.

If you haven’t picked up your pumpkins yet, there is still plenty of time. Check out the amazing Family Farms that Puyallup has to offer. Picha’s Farms and Spooner’s Farms have been in the Puyallup Valley growing quality produce and offering families fall farm fun for generations.

 Picha Farms is close to home, not to big and very family friendly. At Picha your family can wander through the pumpkin patch or take a Hayride while enjoying a latte or a cup of Hot Apple Cider. Picha Farm also offers a 7 acre corn maze. Picha Farm prices are very affordable. $6 per person for the Corn Maze (3 and under Free) and $3 per person for the Hayrides (1 and under Free) The farm is open weekdays from 3-6pm and weekends from10am to 6pm.

 Spooner Farms Harvest

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Puyallup Says Bye Bye to Fall and Hello to Autumn with some fun "Fall Activities".

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 at 1:13pm. 10 Views, 0 Comments.

Time to say Bye Bye to Summer and Hello to Autumn. The smell of fall is in the air, the leaves are turning to beautiful shades of orange and yellow, the weather is getting cooler and it's time for hot apple cider and trips to the pumpkin patch. The city of Puyallup is offering so many fun-for-the-whole-family activies this fall. The Fall Fun starts this weekend in Puyallup’s backyard. Come on out Saturday, October 4th to Dacca Park from10:00am to 7:00pm for Fife’s Annual Harvest Festival. This event features FREE admission along with a lot of other FREE activities. Your kids will enjoy the kids zone, hay rides, hay mazes, arts and crafts and Live Entertainment including the Bubble Man, Glitterbug, Beep Beep and more…

 Also on Saturday October 4th is

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Puyallup vs. Sumner in the the Return of the Great American Picnic

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 at 11:57am. 15 Views, 0 Comments.

The Puyallup Recreation Center is putting on a super fun event on September 27th that you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendar for the return of the Great American Picnic. The city of Puyallup and the city of Sumner have partnered up with the 504th  MP BN and the 13th CCSB from Joint Base Lewis –McChord and will be showing off their stuff in a little friendly sport competition.  The teams will compete in Flag Football, Softball, Basketball, Volleyball and lots of other field games and activities. You can sign up to play or you can come out to cheer and show support for your favorite team and your troops. The games begin at noon and anyone can play, sign up online at Puyallup: http://tinyurl.com/pk79tks , if you are a Puyallup resident and/or members of

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It Will Always Be The Puyallup Fair to Me

Thursday, September 11th, 2014 at 6:35pm. 17 Views, 0 Comments.

I will probably always call it the Puyallup Fair, and I will probably always have that cute little Puyallup Fair jingle in my head every time I think of the fair; You can do it at a trot, You can do it at a gallop, You can do it real slow so your heart won’t palpitate….do the Puyallup. The name has changed but the Washington State Fair remains the same in every other way. It is exactly how I remember it from my childhood days. What good memories with my family when I was a child and now I get to keep the tradition alive with my own littles. My dad used to pull us out of school and take us every year and it was always a special treat for our family. These days all the kids in the Puyallup School District have a day especially set aside for them to go and

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Pierce County Home Sales in July- Highest number of units sold this year.

Thursday, August 28th, 2014 at 4:10pm. 29 Views, 0 Comments.

The Northwest Multiple Listing Service data that was released earlier this month shows Pierce County home sales moving in a positive direction, the most units sold in one month this year with 1205 units. The approximate 10 unit incline in Pierce County’s housing market is not huge, however, it is still moving along at a slow and steady pace and it still proves to be a strong sellers market for homes in the $200,000. price range.

 If you take a closer look into Puyallup statistics, the Northwest Multiple Listing Service reflects that the amount of New Listings to hit the housing market in Puyallup increased from 291 units in June to 366 units in July (single-family residence and condo combined). Inventory levels for homes in Pierce County are up 19%

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Another Great Family Friendly Hike To Check Out!

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 at 4:20pm. 44 Views, 0 Comments.

This time of year is so beautiful in the Pacific Northwest and sadly summer will be coming to an end before we know it. If you are anything like me you don’t want to waste any of this amazing weather. This weekend is supposed to be another great weekend of sunshine, so if you are looking for something fun and different to do with the family I know of a great family friendly hike that you might want to check out.Franklin Falls is a beautiful trail located in North Bend. If you have never been to Franklin Falls you should definitely go and check it out. The falls are made up of three separate tiers with a total drop of 135 feet. The last tier is the largest and the only one you can see from the trail. Franklin Falls is a breathtaking hike full of trees,

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New and Improved Playground at Pioneer Park in Downtown Puyallup

Monday, August 4th, 2014 at 5:55pm. 49 Views, 0 Comments.

Holy smokes today was a H O T one! I would have loved to spend the day splashing around at a nearby lake but, I was low on free time. I was however able to escape for a couple of hours of fun. I decided to check out the new playground I have been hearing about at Pioneer Park, I figured we could splash around in the wading pool to cool down if we got to hot. The new playground structure that was installed replaced the old one that had been there since 1992.  And WOW the new park is fantastic! It has two play structures. One geared for smaller children and the other for bigger kids. It was pretty busy today and the kids were having a blast on the SUPER big slides and the various climbing features and tree houses. As cool as the play structure is there is

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Too Hot and Need to Cool Off? Check out Allen Yorke Park at Lake Tapps.

Friday, July 18th, 2014 at 7:29am. 59 Views, 0 Comments.

When you live your whole life in the Pacific Northwest it is a given that summer doesn’t usually start until after the fourth of July due to typical “Seattle” weather. As of last week the summer weather that I have been waiting desperately for has arrived, like most folks that live around here, I need to remind myself of that when I feel like complaining about being too hot, instead I will try and enjoy it as much as possible.

 If you are not one of the lucky ones to have air conditioning at home you will need to find another way to keep cool and if you live in the Puyallup area there are plenty of places nearby that you can check out. The kids and I have spent the last couple days cooling off in the water at Allen Yorke Park in Bonney Lake. Allen

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Concerts in the Park kicks off July 10th with local Puyallup talent

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 at 5:14pm. 65 Views, 0 Comments.

The 2014 Concerts In The Park begins this Thursday, July 10th at Pioneer Park. These family friendly outdoor concerts are a great way to spend time with the family, enjoy good music and beautiful weather. The Puyallup Recreation Center has done things a little different this year and is kicking the concert series off with local “Puyallup” talent.  The concertgoers that come out on July 10th will get to hear the Moss Brothers Band, which includes graduates from Rogers and Puyallup High School. The opening act for the Moss Brothers Band will be another Puyallup based band- Sweet Kiss Momma. Both bands will be performing Southern Rock.

 The Concerts in the Park begins this Thursday and will continue every Thursday through August at Pioneer Park and every

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