Bonsai Fest! returns to Federal Way A two-day celebration over World Bonsai Day- / Mother’s Day-weekend May 11-12, 2019, Pacific Bonsai Museum hosts its second annual Bonsai Fest!: its biggest, public event on its most crowd-drawing weekend of the year. This year, Bonsai Fest! features: the Puget Sound Bonsai Association’s (PBSA) annual spring show; opening day for two, Pacific Bonsai Museum special exhibits; bonsai-making classes and demonstrations; gifts for plant-loving moms; plus festive food and
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School Groups In June, Wild Waves Theme & Water Park offers educational events that turn the park into the most FUN learning lab in town, with all of your favorite theme and water park rides included! Treat your Safety Patrol or Perfect Attendance students to a day of FUN and LEARNING, or make it a school-wide trip to celebrate the end of the year! Come experience the ULTIMATE field trip! Book your outing today and receive (1) complimentary ticket for every 15 tickets purchased! 2019 Outdoor
Extended Hours for Free Income Tax Help at Highline Need help filling out your tax return? Households that make less than $66,000 are eligible, provided tax returns are not too complex. IRS-certified volunteers will prepare returns as long as they do not involve income earned in other states, business taxes, rental income or sale of property or stocks. No appointment is necessary. Those who arrive first will be served first. This community service is available three days a week through April 18 in a
Federal Way National Little League taps local business owner Tim Hay to share its vision with Federal Way.
Haymaker Insurance Tim Hay firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Federal Way, Washington –Tim Hay, owner of Haymaker Insurance, has accepted the role as Vision Director on the Board of Directors at Federal Way National Little League (FWNLL). Tim Hay started with FWNLL in 2015 as a parent volunteer. From there he began coaching and later joined the Board of Directors as Member at Large. Hay says “while coaching I saw an opportunity to give back to the community by