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27Fri, May, 2022

Summer equinox often means beautiful sunrises (if you’re up early enough) and sunsets.  Share your photos with us, along with a note of where you were.  Where’s the best place to see the sunrise or sunset around Lacey/Olympia?    Photos should be shared to the Google album.  Link is Sunrise/Sunset  Or go to the Photography Forum in the activities section of KYA and you’ll find a link there as well.  It's not too late to add photos of animals in the May album!   May: Animals

Posted: May 26th

Open Table-Date Correction

Open Table meets via Zoom on the fourth Friday of each month. We mistakenly submitted the wrong information to the June Newsletter, and apologize for any confusion. We hope you’ll join us on FRIDAY, MAY 27, at 1 pm, with any short reading (under 10 minutes) to share. Write to CillaR@mac.com for the Zoom link.

Posted: May 26th

Wednesday, June 8th | 3:00pm-4:30pm
Quinault Auditorium

Bill Lange, Panorama resident and local movie maker, will talk and show videos about Sea Level Rise Flooding, an eight-part video series that illustrates how different local government agencies can come together to develop and implement an adaptation plan for sea level rise flooding due to climate change. Bill received a 2022 Hometown Media Award(s) from the Alliance for Community Media Foundation for this video series. All residents are invited.

Posted: May 26th


Tillicum Guild, Panorama’s Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild will meet on Thursday, June 2 nd in the Chalet LL.

We will have Show and Tell of our handmade items for the patients. If you enjoy sewing or knitting please plan to join us. Fabric, batting and yarn are available for your projects.

For info contact Liz Roberts x5271 or Lucy Reuter x5220

Posted: May 26th

The Panorama Benevolent Fund Auction is Open For Bidding!
Bidding ends Friday, May 27th at 3:00pm. Don't miss out on your chance. Register and bid by following the link below.
Click this link >> https://auctria.events/pbf

Posted: May 25th


Wednesday, June 1 is the opening day of the Garden Market featuring the berries, produce and flowers grown by the Pea Patch gardeners.  The market opens at 10:00am and closes when the last leaf, stalk, pod, berry, flower, or shopper is gone! Please remember—shopping is by donation.  We look forward to seeing you!

Posted: May 24th


REMEMBER:  ONLY food waste in the compost bins at the recycling centers.

NO other types of compostable materials are accepted.

It’s yucky when we must fish out illegal stuff from the bins!!!

  • Thanks for helping out your resident recycling volunteer team!!

Posted: May 23rd


REMEMBER:  ONLY food waste in the compost bins at the recycling centers. NO other types of compostable materials are accepted. It’s yucky when we must fish out illegal stuff from the bins!!!

Thanks for helping out your Resident Recycling Volunteer Team

Posted: May 20th


Homelessness Working Group

Please join members of the Homelessness Working Group to hear Michael Jones, Executive Director of the North Thurston Education Foundation, as he talks about the various program which support the District's homeless students.  We will meet in the Quinault Auditorium on Wednesday, June 1, at 3:00 PM - all residents are invited!

Posted: May 18th

Your support with the annual property tax exemption process is valued and appreciated! If you haven't already returned your completed income verification form to the Executive Office, please do so no later than Tuesday, May 31st. If you need assistance completing the form, just call Clayanna Borja at x7717 or Jacklynn Roberts at x7887.

Thank you!

Posted: May 17th

The final date for submission to the virtual art exhibit, Color Me June is Friday, May 27th.

Send photos of one or two of your artwork to dunstonp@comcast.net including titles, media and any other information you would like to include.  Contact Pat Dunston at the above email address or at x5386 if you have any questions.  ALL residents are encouraged to submit.

Posted: May 16th


Loud Laughs, Last Laughs

Panorama auditorium on Friday, May 27th 7pm and Saturday May 28th  2pm

Live Panorama Theater is back with exciting fresh material, new and familiar faces.

This combination of four, short, clever and humorous plays will pop you quickly into the magic world of theater:

  • A tongue twisting mystery
  • A script that is one minute too long
  • Voicemail recordings from a family in disarray
  • And the product that will solve all your problems

Featuring: Tam Alden, Ann Green, Lu Hamacek, Marcene Oakley, Cleve Pinnix, Michael Silverstein,

Frances Snyder, Helen Spalding, and Mike Walsh

Posted: May 14th



It is easy to donate – click on this link - https://auctria.events/pbf

Click on DONATE and follow the steps to submit your item.


Problems? – Need help?–

Call the PBF Office at x7556  - we can assist

Wondering if your item is suitable?

Call Gail Madden at x5065

Posted: May 13th

Click the image below to enlarge and as a reminder on how to use your SARA Pendant.

Posted: Sep 23rd


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