One Hat Two Hat… Dr. Seuss Kid’s Craft Day!

In honor of Dr. Seuss, this next Kid’s Craft Day! We’ll be crating the iconic red and white striped top hat made famous by the Cat in the Hat! The class size is limited to 25 children, so be sure to reserve a spot! No need to bring any supplies, they’re all here! Just bring your smiles and imaginations!

February, 25th

2:00 – 3:00pm

The Post

Come join the fun and celebrate an amazing children’s author! Come join the creativity and get into the crafting spirit! See you at The Post!

To reserve a spot, contact Tina at

Pinspiration Market

Are you in love with Pinterest? Do you adore all the amazing crafts you see, but not necessarily have the time or supplies to do all of them? Well You won’t want to miss Puyallup’s first ever Pinspiration Market!

This event will be taking place at the Washington State Fair Grounds, and will consist of countless booths of amazing artists and their wares! Now’s your chance to get your hands on all those lovely things you pinned! You can buy tickets both online and at the gate.

February 10th & 11th

10am – 4pm

Washington State Fairgrounds – Green Gate

Early Bird Shopping: $15 Friday night 6pm-9pm. Get first dibs on all of the coolest stuff. Buy online and enter 30 minutes earlier than the folks who buy at the door.

General Admission: $7 Saturday 10am-4pm. Tickets available at the door.

For more information, check out the Facebook event page!

Off To The Movies!

Have you registered to join the group yet? Molen Orthodontics wants to take you off to the movies! They have invited Tehaleh to be a part of an exclusive showing of Guardians of the Galaxy. If you have not yet registered, you can check with Tina for remaining availabilities!

To sign up, send her your first and last name, email address, telephone number, and how many people will be in your party. Not only are tickets being offered, but also popcorn, soda, and candy! You can also purchase regular concessions at the theater. Please keep in mind that this film is rated PG13.

Saturday, February 4th


Location: Chalet Theater

1721 Wells Street Enumclaw, WA 98022

To sign up, email Tina:

Seattle Museum Month

Looking for a unique way to staycation? This month officially marks the beginning of Seattle Museum Month! For all of February, you can get in on some amazing deals! Experience art and culture while not needing to wander far from home!

Here’s how it works:

While staying at a downtown Seattle hotel, you’ll get a Seattle Museum Guest Pass. This is good at all Seattle museums! This pass will get you half price admission to any museum for up to 4 people!

If you’ve been meaning to check out all of Seattle’s incredible and diverse art, history, and music museums, now’s the best time! Treat yourself to a mini vacation and save loads of money! This special deal will be available from February 1st, to February 28th.

For more information, check out this page!

Geocaching: Join The Treasure Hunt!

While not brand new, this adventurous hobby has only been around about 17 years, as long as we’ve had convenient access to everyday GPS tracking. If you always wanted to be a treasure hunter, but didn’t have the time or stomach for the danger, Geocaching could be just the new hobby for you!

To play, adventurers use a GPS receiver or a mobile smart device to track the GPS coordinates to the “treasure”. Usually hidden away off a beaten forest path, in a hidden meadow, or on a mountain trail, is a small waterproof container. This usually contains a logbook and a pen. geocachers who find it enter their name or codename and the date at which they found it, leaving their mark for future adventurers to see. After doing so, the geocacher must then seal the container once more and leave it exactly as it was originally found. Sometimes there are even larger containers that contain little trinkets! Remember to bring your own trinket to leave behind if you take one from the stash! They don’t have to be anything of value, it’s all about the sentiment!

If you’d like to get into geocaching, but you’re not ready to travel far and wide to play, fear not! As you know, Tehaleh is surrounded by many incredible trails! And in these trails are various geocaching stashes! So why not give it a shot, and be the treasure hunter childhood you always wanted to be!

You can make a free account on and get started today!

Create Together With Family STEAM Day!

Looking for a fun family activity that will get your gears turning? Come down to the LeMay Car Museum this Saturday for Family STEAM Day! This interactive exhibit allows you to design and build together, and tinker to your heart’s content! Learn about the history of automobiles and their relation to technology, science, engineering, art, and math! Don’t miss out on this educational and totally fun event!

This event occurs on the third Saturday of every month, so your little engineer will have multiple opportunities to try their abilities. Kids, parents, grandparents, and the whole family are welcome to explore the various activities in the Education Studio and Family Zone for some quality time together.

You can design, build, and even test out your very own pinewood derby car on the Museum’s full-length track! You can learn from guest presenters the secrets to increasing the performance of your car by reducing friction and increasing weight! You can also view award winning cars and their unique designs! This event is included free with Museum admission.


January 21


11:00 am – 4:00 pm




January Kid’s Craft Day!

It’s time once again to join Tina for a Tehaleh Kid’s Craft Day! January’s project includes a fun winter time project! Each child will get to create their own adorable marshmallow snowman! So gather up the little ones and come on down for some creative fun!

January 28th

2:00pm – 3:00pm

@ The Post 

No need to bring any supplies, they’re all here! Just bring your smiles and imaginations! There is room for 25 children in the class, so remember to get there early! First come, first served! However, you can also reserve a spot by emailing Tina!

Friday Night Live Music at The Post!

Looking for a fun and relaxing night out? Why not head down to The Post to enjoy a fine hand crafted coffee and some live music! The event is free, so come join your friends and neighbors for a night of socializing!

Friday, January 20th

7:00 – 9:00pm


@ The Post

19001 Cascadia Blvd East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Come enjoy some great musical talent and the great atmosphere! Treat yourself!

Special Reading Circle: Winnie the Pooh Day!

Did you know that Wednesday the 18th is Winnie the Pooh day? In celebration of A.A. Milne’s birthday, the Tehaleh reading circle will be hosting a story time reading of Winnie the Pooh!

Wednesday January 18th

10:45 – 11:15am

@ The Post

Join Tina once again for this family friendly event! Mom, Dad, or the Grandparent’s can enjoy a drink from the cafe while the little ones circle up for their story!

Please remain at The Post with your kids, as drop offs aren’t allowed!

Catch TAM’s 30 Americans Exhibit Before Its Gone!

Catch TAM’s 30 Americans Exhibit Before Its Gone!

Are you an art enthusiast? Well you’re not going to want to miss out on this powerful exhibit! The Tacoma Art Museum’s “30 Americans” exhibit will only be here until January 15th, so time is running out!

“The critically acclaimed exhibition 30 Americans makes its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum. 30 Americans showcases an influential group of prominent African American artists who have emerged as leading contributors to the contemporary art scene in the US and beyond. The exhibition covers important topics in contemporary America including race, history, and gender. See 45 works of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos from artists including, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Nick Cave, Robert Colescott, Glenn Ligon, Kerry James Marshall, Wangechi Mutu, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, and Kehinde Wiley.”

Don’t miss out on this artistic experience! Check it out at the TAM asap!


Tacoma Art Museum

1701 Pacific Avenue

Tacoma, WA 98402


Tuesday–Sunday  10 am–5 pm

Free Third Thursday 5 pm–8 pm





Students, Military, Seniors (65 +)


Family (2 adults and up to 4 children under 18)


Children age 5 and under