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  • Timberland To Roll Out Store With Changing Themes

    08/04/17 ,via PYMNTS.com

    Timberland, the shoemaker, has rolled out a concept store that will be completely overhauled and stocked with new products every six weeks to help enhance its customer service and the retail experience. According to a report announcing the news, the

  • What's Happening for Aug. 21

    08/21/17 ,via The Olympian

    Society will be on hand to talk about the science behind the eclipse. The area will experience a 94 percent eclipse starting at 9:07 a.m., peaking at 10:19 a.m., and ending at 11:38 a.m. Wolf Nation program: Author Brenda Peterson and wolf

  • 5 Gründe, warum Timberlands nie aus der Mode kommen

    10/31/16 ,via STYLIGHT

    Eins wissen wir: Wahre Klassiker kommen einfach nie aus der Mode. Aber wie wird etwas zum Klassiker? Genau, durch eine Erfolgsgeschichte, so wie die Timberlands. Der russische Immigrant Nathan Swartz brachte 1973 die ersten wasserfesten 

  • Eden Prairie City Council considers development near SouthWest Station

    08/09/17 ,via SW News Media

    The apartments would include 64 studio units; 96 one-bedroom units; 19 “one-plus dens,” 38 two-bedroom units and five two-story penthouses. Twenty percent of the units would be affordable. Timberland Partners would be the owner and property manager of 

  • Friday's Scores

    08/18/17 ,via Chron.com

    North Myrtle Beach 14, Timberland 6. Oceanside Collegiate Academy 34, Pinewood Prep 17. Orangeburg Prep 46, Hilton Head Prep 7. Patrick Henry Academy 26, Holly Hill Academy 20. Pee Dee Academy 38, Thomas Sumter Academy 14. Pelion 33 



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What's happening, entertainment and things to do in Olympia, Lacey ... - The Olympian

Screen on the Green: "Sing" is the animated feature that will be screened at Tumwater’s free, family friendly outdoor cinema series starting at 8:40 p. m. at Tumwater Valley Golf Club, 4611 Tumwater Valley Drive SE. Seating begins at 7:30 p. m.... Bring your chairs and blankets but leave grills, umbrellas, and pets at home. Info: 360-754-4160. Saturday Bon Odori: Hosted by the Japanese American Citizens’ League of Olympia on Water Street between Fifth Avenue and Legion Way, the all-ages event encourages participation in Japanese folk dancing. , booths open and martial arts and Okinawan taiko drum demonstrations are performed. Traditional participatory dancing starts at 7 p. m. , followed by more taiko drum performance at 8 p. m. , then dancing resumes until 9 and the evening ends with a luminary procession along Capitol Lake. Music in the Park: The final concert of this year’s outdoor concert series features the Air Force Band of the Golden West and The Commanders Big Band from 7-8 p. m. at the Port Plaza, 701 Columbia St. NW, Olympia. Monday Eclipse viewing: The State Library is hosting a free eclipse viewing event from 8:30 a. m. to noon on the south side of the library building at 6880 Capitol Blvd. The library will hand out 200 pairs of eclipse glasses on a first-come, first-served basis. A reflective projection area will be set up so those who don’t receive the safety glasses can still watch. Because parking is limited, people are asked to use public transportation to reach the library. Intercity Transit’s Bus 13 drops off passengers right outside the main library entrance. A speaker from the Tacoma Astronomical Society will be on hand to talk about the science behind the eclipse. The area will experience a 94 percent eclipse starting at 9:07 a. m. , peaking at 10:19 a. m. , and ending at 11:38 a. m. Aug. Source: www.theolympian.com

Eclipse info for Grays Harbor - The Daily World

Besides the map, NASA also offers plenty of other helpful information — including a quick one-minute video on making a pinhole projector out of a cereal box: go. nasa. The Oregon Museum of Science & Industry in Portland has posted an informational video (a little over three minutes) outlining five safe methods of watching the eclipse without suffering permanent retinal damage: bit. Even though they aren’t likely to look up at the darkening sky, folks might want to take their pets indoors during the event. As the Harbor is not in the path of complete totality, very few local events were organized around the eclipse. Word is that some folks plan to go the hilltop parking lot of Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen to watch it. The beaches also will provide plenty of open space for clear viewing. “I’m planning on standing in the exact same spot I was 38 years ago — with my daughter, who I was pregnant with at the time of the last one,” said Hoquiam native Cindy Wakefield. Here are the only organized eclipse-related events The Daily World is aware of as of Thursday:. Eclipse & Eclairs — Eclipse viewing and eclair tasting, 10 to 10:30 a. m. Monday at the Aberdeen Timberland Library, 121 E. Market St. Free. Safety glasses and eclairs will be available while supplies last, courtesy of Friends of the Aberdeen Timberland Library. Eclipse Salon — Discussion of the day’s eclipse viewing experience and the “Twilight” saga by Stephenie Meyer, 6 to 8 p. m. Monday. This free public event will be hosted by Harbor House Writers’ Fellowship at 510 W. First St. , Aberdeen. Source: www.thedailyworld.com
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