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The Lewis County Historical Museum will have an opening night reception on Thursday, June 27th from 5pm-7pm. This opening night event is to begin the 1919 Centralia Armistice Day Tragedy Exhibit. This event is open to the public and entrance is by donation. Talks will be given by Board President Peter Lahmann and local historian Jay Hupp and this exhibit seeks to encourage public education and discussion about an event in local history that continues to excite community passions and helped give a better view of Centralia 100 years ago. This even will run until November 18th, and for more information you can contact Jason at (360) 748-0831 or Board President Peter Lahmann at (360) 870-0706!

Nothing runs like a chicken! And you can see for yourself at the 41st Independence Valley Chicken Races on June 30th! Lunch will be at 12pm and the races will start at 2pm on Nelson Road in Rochester! There will be dozens of raffle prizes from local businesses and all kinds of fun! Get more information by visiting facebook.com/independencecommunityhall

Centralia College Family Resource Center will be hosting a class from 6-8:30pm on Tuesdays from 07/02-08/20. This class will help give parents the tools to help their children navigate the often stormy years of adolescence. This class is free, but pre-registration is required. For more information contact Nancy at (360) 62-8458 or by email at nancy.keaton@centralia.edu

Summerfest is coming to Centralia on the 4th of July. Events for the area's largest Independence Day celebration include the annual "I Ran From the Cops run/walk," a free pancake breakfast at Fort Borst Park, demolition derby at the Fairgrounds, and much more. The annual Summerfest Parade gets underway in downtown Centralia at 4pm. For more information call 360-330-7688.

The Historic Borst Home Museum on Pioneer Way in Centralia will host a Pioneer Independence Day Celebration ... mid-19th century style! Join them on July 4th 10am-2pm. Admission is by donation. More information 360-264-2923.

Pe Ell (The westernmost town in Lewis County) will host their annual 4th of July Celebration. The community parade begins at noon on July 4th and there are lots of vendors and family activities all around town. A fireworks show will be held at Pe Ell School in the evening. Information (360) 291-8890.

Twin Cities Senior Center is having a pancake breakfast on Saturday, July 6th from 7:30am-10am at 2545 N. National Ave in Chehalis. Pancakes or biscuits and gravy will be the choices, and they both include sausage, juice and coffee. Cost will be $5 for adults and $4 for children under 12. For info (360) 748-0061

The Centralia School District in conjunction with the USDA will be offering a Summer Feeding Program for children in the area! They will be at: Edison Elementary at 607 H St. from July 15th-July 26th. Breakfast will be 8-8:30am and Lunch will be 11:45am-12:15pm. Centralia Middle School at 901 Johnson Rd. July 8th-August 2nd. Breakfast will be from 8:40am-9:10am and Lunch will be from 11:50am-12:25pm. And at Cooks Hill Community Church at 2400 Cooks Hill Road from July 8th-August 2nd serving Dinner from 5:30pm-6:00pm. Anyone 18 years of age and younger are invited. For more information call Michael at (360) 330-7626

Centralia College Family Resource Center will be hosting a class from 6-8:30pm on Tuesdays from 07/02-08/20. This class will help give parents the tools to help their children navigate the often stormy years of adolescence. This class is free, but pre-registration is required. For more information contact Nancy at (360) 62-8458 or by email at nancy.keaton@centralia.edu

Get ready for Cheese Days in Toledo Thursday July 11th to Sunday July 14th. The Toledo Lions Club spearheads the event, which includes a golf tournament, large garage sale, car show and unique traditions such as the frog jumping contest and free cheese sandwiches. Information 360-864-4564.

The Twin Cities Senior Center invites you to come kick up your heels at the Friday Night Dance. Dances are the second and fourth Fridays at the Senior Center on National Avenue in Chehalis. Music is provided by the band "Swing Stuff". Dances start at 7pm and admission is $6 per person. Info 360-748-0061.

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