Sunday and Oct. 3-4
Hunter sight-in: Capitol City Rifle and Pistol Club, 14318 Littlerock Road, Littlerock, will hold a sight-in for firearms owners this fall on two weekends, starting at 9 a.m. Instruction will cover the safe handling of firearms, including loading, aiming and firing hunting rifles. The club will supply all equipment, 200-yard range, spotting scopes, sandbags, bench rests, targets and range safety officer. $5. No appointments necessary; bring your rifle and ammunition; 360-956-0608 or ccrpclub.org.
Enterprise for Equity networking event: Enterprise for Equity is hosting a free event from 3-5p.m. on its Incubator Farm in Rochester. Meet graduates of the Business Planning Program, celebrate new businesses in our community, and discover how local entrepreneurs and agri-preneurs are improving their lives and our economy. Light desserts will be served. Registration is required. Information: 360-704-3375, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reader’s Theater presents comedies: Three comedies that will tickle your funny bone, 1:30 p.m. “Man Under Bed” is about an escaped convict and a feisty elderly lady and her neighbors; “Shoe Story” is about two women strangers who connect because of shoes; and “On the RAC” asks, How do committees ever get anything done? Donations will be accepted. Information: 360-407-3967 or southsoundseniors.org.
The Washington Center for the Performing Arts Speaks: 10:15 a.m. at the Olympia Senior Center, 222 Columbia St. NW. Representatives will present their 2015-16 season with a video and brochures. Information: 360-586-6181 or southsoundseniors.org.
People of Faith Climate Actions: A vigil is planned from noon-1 p.m. Thursday at Congressman Denny Heck’s office at Lacey City Hall, Suite 3000. This will be shortly after Pope Francis will have addressed Congress on climate change. People will gather outside Lacey City Hall at 11:45 AM for the vigil. A second gathering is planned for 4:30-6 p.m. Friday at Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Vigil, at Percival Landing by the kissing statue in downtown Olympia. For information contact: Bob Zeigler at 360-570-0848 or ZeiglerBob@msn.com.
Bingo Karaoke Party: Bingo alternates with karaoke and sing-a-long from 7-10 p.m., at the Shelton Pavilion, 190 Sentry Drive. Optional Western night theme this month. Open to adults 21 and older. $10 cash per person for 8 games of bingo. All proceeds support the Mason County Senior Activities Center at the Pavilion. Doors open at 6 pm. Information: 360-426-7374.
Downtown Parking Management Discussion: The Downtown Academy presents a discussion on parking in downtown Olympia, 8:30 a.m., New Caldonia Building, 116 Fifth Ave. SW.
Downtown Clean Up and Day of Caring: In addition to the clean-up, five projects are scheduled to be painted. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. at 115 State Ave. SE, Olympia, Olympia Press Building (Entrance in back). Contact Anna Schlecht at 360-753-8183. A Day of Caring After Party with food and drinks will begin at 4 p.m. at the same location as the meeting area. Farmers Market Agritourist Dinner Series.
Celtic harpist and violist to play Cafe Love: Debut Olympia performance by Oregon Celtic harpist and multi-instrumentalist David Helfand and violist Justin Lader at 7 p.m. at Café Love, 205 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia. Admission is $5-$10. Information: davidhelfand.com.