More Videos

Cutting edge passive house energy technology on display 1:13

Cutting edge passive house energy technology on display

Speed  increasing traffic challenge Ruddell Road other Lacey streets 2:22

Speed increasing traffic challenge Ruddell Road other Lacey streets

Olympia couple building their dream one cottage at a time 1:12

Olympia couple building their dream one cottage at a time

Seahawks Bobby Wagner on why playing Atlanta 'is a linebacker's game' 1:20

Seahawks Bobby Wagner on why playing Atlanta 'is a linebacker's game'

Stolen roadside memorial adds heartache to a family's tragedy 1:34

Stolen roadside memorial adds heartache to a family's tragedy

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers 1:51

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers

Worst case earthquake scenario for Seattle 0:32

Worst case earthquake scenario for Seattle

Timberline's Erik Stevenson discusses signing with Wichita State 8:25

Timberline's Erik Stevenson discusses signing with Wichita State

Climbing atop the Tacoma Dome to fly the Garth flag 1:17

Climbing atop the Tacoma Dome to fly the Garth flag

  • Prospective prospectors strike motherlode of gold-panning tips

    Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics.

Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com
Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com

About 600 attend gold, gem and treasure show at Thurston County Fairgrounds

April 02, 2017 04:56 PM

UPDATED April 08, 2017 08:05 AM

More Videos

Cutting edge passive house energy technology on display 1:13

Cutting edge passive house energy technology on display

Speed  increasing traffic challenge Ruddell Road other Lacey streets 2:22

Speed increasing traffic challenge Ruddell Road other Lacey streets

Olympia couple building their dream one cottage at a time 1:12

Olympia couple building their dream one cottage at a time

Seahawks Bobby Wagner on why playing Atlanta 'is a linebacker's game' 1:20

Seahawks Bobby Wagner on why playing Atlanta 'is a linebacker's game'

Stolen roadside memorial adds heartache to a family's tragedy 1:34

Stolen roadside memorial adds heartache to a family's tragedy

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers 1:51

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers

Worst case earthquake scenario for Seattle 0:32

Worst case earthquake scenario for Seattle

Timberline's Erik Stevenson discusses signing with Wichita State 8:25

Timberline's Erik Stevenson discusses signing with Wichita State

Climbing atop the Tacoma Dome to fly the Garth flag 1:17

Climbing atop the Tacoma Dome to fly the Garth flag

  • Cutting edge passive house energy technology on display

    At a Nov. 9th open house event in Olympia, Tessa Smith from the Artisans Group describes passive house technology used in constructing the future Boundary Street residence of Jeff Greaves and Sue Duffy.