Saturday, March 14th, 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, April 5, 2pm
This is their classic Easter egg dash with age appropriate groupings. They will be starting at 2pm with cookies and juice provided afterwards.
11am – 3pm
An all age’s event at the Eatonville Community Center to provide information on local health resources including free health screenings, free kids bicycle helmets, door prizes and food.
Friday, May 1, 11am - 3:30pm
This annual event has been a tradition for 89 years and includes community booths, class fundraisers and food. The event is held on the Eatonville High School campus. Join us for the crowning of the King and Queen. The Royal Court and the community will be entertained by the children of the school district performing various dances and the traditional winding of the Maypole--all starting at 1pm in the gymnasium. A great day to celebrate"Spring" in our community. EHS drama will be presenting the 1st Annual “One Act Festival” at 3pm in the EHS Auditorium.
Sunday, May 3rd, 1pm – 3pm, Eatonville Community Center.
Come share the bounty of your harvests and trade for one of a kind products from others. Products offered are to be homegrown, homemade or home crafted, including fresh fruits and vegetables, home processed foods, personal care items, homemade crafts, baked goods and candies
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 20, 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 27
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 27-28, 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 on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24.
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 Karen Woodcock at 253-307-9288 or Audrey Thompson at 360 832-8366
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.
Saturday July 11, 10am, Eatonville High School
This event has been raising money for the American Cancer Society for several years in our community. Multiple teams participate in fundraising activities throughout the year, making this a well-attended event. Relay for Life provides a platform for raising cancer awareness and connecting communities to all the American Cancer Society's programs and services. Through cancer research, community education, patient services and advocacy, the American Cancer Society works through Relay For Life to save lives. For further local information, please contact Erik Snyder 253-225-2024
Art in the Garden July 25. 9am- 4pm
Purchase garden art and craft from a wide variety of local garden artisans as you stroll the beautiful Van Eaton garden.
Proceeds benefit the Eatonville Family Agency.
August 7-9, Glacier Park
This is the 43nd year for the Festival featuring artists and their beautiful work including: ceramics, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, walking sticks, windchimes and more. This 3-day event is filled with live entertainment on stage for your enjoyment, tasty hamburgers from the the Eatonville Lions Club and, of course, the thirst quenching Beer Garden. for you to enjoy.
Saturday, August 15
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.
Eatonville High School Commons
This event, in its fifth year, is for all ages and abilities. Come enjoy the "Eatin in Eatonville" with local restaurants and browse the 30 Disability Resource Booths. Please bring a non-perishable food and fresh garden vegetables for the Eatonville Food Bank, eye glasses for the Eatonville Lions and medical supplies and equipment for Betina International Children's Organization. Promoted by the Fall Fest Planning committee and Eatonville Area Council.
Celebrating 38 years of educating the public about Pioneers of the Northwest. Free tours, food and beverages. pioneerfarmmuseum.org
Saturday, October 17th
This will be a highly educational event with lots of fun activities hosted by the Nisqually Tribe. Come join the celebration.
October 23 – 25
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 23-24
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.
Celebrate the beginning of the Christmas Season in Eatonville. Plan a day of shopping in our community, and then come see Santa in the Visitors Center at 3:00 and the annual Christmas Parade at 5:00pm.