Weekly Update and Work Party this Sunday, June 26th, from 10-1!


Hi There Park Folk!

This Sunday as usual friends and neighbors will be gathering for the weekly Sunday work party at West Central Park, from 10-1! We get so much done every week with your help including small tasks like, picking up litter, weeding, edging, mowing, and planting young starts. Larger tasks include rebuilding pathways, digging or setting up new demonstration gardens, and small building projects like compost bins. The Park thrives with your love and care and stays looking beautiful thanks to all of our hard work.

The West Olympia Farmers’ Market is happening each Tuesday from 4-7 and every Saturday from 10-1. Bring your bags and baskets and come get your weekly dose of the best locally grown salads and veggies around! Specialty cheeses, and crafts as well as raw food creations are available each week. Come out to support your own West Olympia Farmers!

Rosie’s Food Truck has been serving up the best smoked meats and signature gourmet dishes for the past month at WCP. Save some tummy space for her delectable creations every weekday from 11-3!

Art Splash is coming! Sunday, July 10th from 12-5 WCP will be hosting its third annual Art and Music event. Come enjoy all day music and some of the fun and funky art of Olympia on display! Let us know if you’d like to show your work from fine art, to dance to ceramics and jewelry to t-shirts! Contact Tuck Petertil for more info. at tuckpetertil@gmail.com.

Summer movies are coming soon!! Our first feature is Jaws! on July 11 starting at 10pm. Come get your seats early at 8:30. Popcorn and maybe even a food truck will be on site for the showing! Bring your blankies and your pals. Thanks to Altis, Olybuilt, WSECU, Oly Fed, Jeff Snyder, Rosie’s Food Truck, Phoebe’s Bakery, Iron Rabbit and Cooper Point Public House for making these showings possible!

As always, remember, West Central Park is your park. It is owned and operated by a 501c3, The West Central Park Project, and needs you to keep functioning in perpetuity. Stop by and find out why this little community green space is so very important to the vitality of our neighborhood!