Saturday, March 12th, 6pm – 11pm
Held at the Lion’s Hall. Test your skills at Blackjack, Craps or Roulette all while supporting a great cause. Come out and Support your EHS Seniors!
Saturday, March 27, 2pm
This is their classic Easter egg dash with age appropriate groupings. They will be starting at 2pm with cookies and juice provided afterwards.
Friday, May 6, 11am - 3:30pm
This annual event has been a tradition for 90+ years and includes community booths, class fundraisers and food.
Join over 500 shooters in various events.
Saturday, May 14, 2016
12pm – 4pm
CenterPoint, 351 Madison Ave. So., Eatonville, WA 98328
June 11-12, 10am, Eatonville High School
Relay for Life provides a platform for raising cancer awareness and connecting communities to all the American Cancer Society’s programs and services. For further local information, please contact Rhonda Kirkes 253-207-5152.
Visit the Country Mouse and help celebrate 16 years of shop hopping in Western Washington, in what’s growing to become the largest shop hop in the United States thanks to you and the quilting community!
June 25, 10am – 2pm
Hunger isn’t just a holiday problem. On your way to the Rod Knockers car show, drop by the Rainier Connect parking lot with you food or cash donation to benefit the Eatonville Family Agency.
Saturday, June 25
9am - 3pm
This annual event is really something to see with as many as 300 custom and classic cars in town. Vote for your favorites.
June 25-26, 10am - 5pm)
Slug Fest reigns supreme as one of the zaniest weekends of the year at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Celebrate all that is silly and slimy about the Pacific Northwest’s most valuable and misunderstood mollusk, the yellow-greenish banana slug.
Look for special dates July-September.
This is a fun event for the whole family. The festivities on the 3rd will kick-off at 5pm at the Eatonville Elementary School with food and vendors followed by a variety of entertainment starting at 6pm. Bouncy big toys will be there for the kids and a great fireworks display starting at dusk. The 4th of July Parade starts at noon. For further information please contact,the Chamber, Alana Smith 360-219-5879.
A family style picnic will start immediately following the parade. Open to the public. Food and beverages will be for sale with some traditional outdoor games for the kids.
Art in the Garden 9am- 4pm
Tour local private gardens and purchase garden art and craft from a wide variety of local garden artisans at the beautiful Van Eaton garden at Founding Family Antiques.. Proceeds benefit the Eatonville Family Agency.
August 5-7, Glacier Park
This 3-day event is filled with art, live entertainment, tasty hamburgers from the Eatonville Lions Club and, of course, the thirst quenching Beer Garden.
Saturday, August 13
The American Cancer Society Bark for Life is a fundraising event honoring the life-long contributions of our Canine Caregivers. It presents an opportunity for people to be empowered through their canine companion partnerships and to contribute to cancer cures through the mission of the American Cancer Society. More Information: email@example.com
Come and help with local service projects within the town of Eatonville. Join in with organizations and church groups to provide materials, and labor for various projects. Sign in and pick your project at 8am at Eatonville High School. For more information or if you have a project idea, please contact Ronda Litzenberger at 360 832-2200.
Saturday, September 24
Help us start a new tradition in our community with authentic food, beverages and games. Live music later in the evening.
Eatonville High School Commons
This all-ages event features 30 disability resource booths. Accepting donations for the Eatonville Food Bank, Eatonville Lions, and Benita International Children’s Organization.
Celebrating 38 years of educating the public about Pioneers of the Northwest. Free tours, food and beverages. pioneerfarmmuseum.org
Saturday, October 15th
This will be a highly educational event with lots of fun activities hosted by the Nisqually Tribe. Come join the celebration.
October 21 – 22
Open for all ages from 3-9 pm each day. Price of admission is $2 per person or 2 cans of food. All collected food will be donated to the Eatonville Food Bank.
Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22
Bring your brood to Northwest Trek Wildlife Park for the annual Hoot ‘n’ Howl celebration on October 26-27.
Navigate through the park and search for animals in the dark on a special nighttime tram tour. Revelers young and young-at-heart can don their costumes, play games, win prizes and eat treats during this wild weekend.
Friday, Nov. 4, 6pm - 9pm
Saturday Nov. 5, 9am - 4pm
Handcrafted items from dozens of local artisans to support the Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
Christmas Parade December 3th 6pm
Join us for a toy drive, Santa at Visitors Center from 3-6, caroling, tree lighting and a Santa breakfast at the Baptist Church.
Santa at Arrow
December 5, 6-8pm
Pictures with Santa, stockings and children’s gifts.
Eagles Pictures with Santa / Holiday Bazaar
December 10, 2pm-4pm
Come get your picture with Santa. Cookies and treats provided. All kids 10 and younger will receive a stocking from Santa as well.
New Year’s Eve Party
December 31, 2016
Time: 8pm – Midnight
Location: CenterPoint, 351 Madison Ave. So.
Eatonville, WA 98328