Community Calendar: Packwood Trails Projects Annual Meeting; Cat show; Ivy Pulling at Seminary Hill

Packwood Trails Project’s annual meeting

Jan. 22 at Packwood Community Hall; 17:30

Learn more about the Packwood Trails Project at this annual meeting, which is open to the public.

Cat show

January 22 and 23 at Southwest Washington Fairgrounds; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A cat show will be held at the Blue Pavilion. Admission is $ 4 for adults, $ 6 for groups or families of four and $ 2 for seniors, veterinarians and students. Over 75 “exotic cat beauties will pose for judges” and compete for prizes, according to a press release from And a Mouse Cat Club, event hosts. Parking is free and there will be pet toys, beds and other accessories for sale.

Ivy Pulling at Seminary Hill

January 25 meet at the parking lot on Barner Drive; 9 in the morning

Friends of the Seminary Hill Natural Area will host this event to deal with invasive ivy on the trees in the natural area. Gloves and dirty clothes are recommended.

Riverside Brand Authority meeting

Jan. 26 at Station 2 Headquarters, 1818 Harrison Ave., Centralia; 17.00

These meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

Pop-up Timberland Regional Library in Toledo

January 27 at Toledo Community Library; 3 to 5 pm

The Timberland Regional Library will host a “Pop-Up Library” on the second and fourth Thursday of the month in Toledo. There will be home books, DVDs, craft bags and guests will be able to print documents and get in touch with the library staff.

Polar Plunge

January 29 at Mayfield Lake; 9 in the morning

The Lewis County Icicle Brigades Polar Plunge is a hope in Mayfield Lake to raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics Washington. To get involved, visit

East Lewis County Chamber of Commerce annual dinner

January 29 at Morton Moose Lodge; 17.00

This annual chamber membership dinner will feature steak with live music by Brian Green. Book tickets by calling 360-520-6878.

Valentine’s shopping

Feb. 5 at Southwest Washington Fairgrounds; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Gemini Events will host this Valentine’s Market with over 80 local vendors selling soap, candles, home decor and more.

Virtual golf tournament

Feb. 6 at Par 4 Sports, 701 Allen Ave., Centralia; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

This virtual golf tournament will benefit the Centralia Community Foundation. To register or find more information, visit

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