August 5, 2012 at 3:48am
1. The Washington Arms Collectors (WAC) is a NRA affiliated membership organization that holds the largest Gun Show in Washington State. Along with hosting the largest show in Puyallup, they also hold shows in Monroe and at the newest addition in Enumclaw. You won't find a friendlier pro-gun event nor a better selection of firearms, ammunition, knives, militaria and accessories. 8a.m. - 3p.m., Puyallup Fair and Events Center, 110 9th St, 253.845.1771
2. For the month of August, Northern is pleased to exhibit the work of Olympia artist, Christopher Ross. Ross earned his BFA in Painting from the Kansas City Arts Institute and has shown his work regionally in Portland, Seattle and Olympia, as well as Kansas City. Ross' well-known local mural work adorns the walls of Old School Pizza (The Marvel Universe), The Brotherhood Lounge (The Hindu God Vishnu), Jakes on 4th (The Wizard of Oz) and the recently completed Eastside Club mural depicting a portrait gallery montage. For this exhibit, Ross addresses visual ideas of gaming culture, specifically that of the legendary role-playing adventure Dungeons & Dragons.414 1/2 Legion Way, Olympia.
3. New Direction Fest 2012 will be a space for people of the worldwide hardcore and punk community to share experiences, skills, ideas, and information about community organizing, activism, labor organizing, and other forms of radical action. This convergence will include live bands, workshops, and speakers engaged in the practical application of the radical ideas and values of hardcore punk. Music, workshops and more. 2p.m.-11:30p.m., The Eagles Ballroom, 805 4th Ave, Olympia.
4. It's sweltering outside and cooking sounds like a chore. Why not round up the kids and enjoy Family Night at Chopstix? $9.99 prime rib special and family friendly piano show. Doors open at 4p.m. Piano show starts at 5:30p.m. Chopstix is the perfect place to celebrate any occasion.
5. It's the last day to take in Jane's World: A Lady Coming of Age in the Fur Trade. This exhibit profiles the life of Jane Work Tolmie, wife of Fort Nisqually's Manager, Dr. William Fraser Tolmie. Jane is a fascinating example of a young lady growing up in the Oregon Country in the 1830s and 1840s. The artifacts on display are objects that suggest Jane's life based on letters, journals etc. Fort Nisqually Living History Museum is located in Point Defiance Park. www.fortnisqually.org
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