ThurstonTalk’s Favorite Features – Easter Egg Hunts, Timberline Senior, Olympia Baseball

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Today I celebrated Passover with my extended family.  My family tends to honor Jewish holidays when it’s “convenient” no matter if it matches the true holiday on the calendar.  The Passover seder was bookended by dying Easter eggs and then planning the subsequent hunt.  Our interfaith family meshes holidays in December and again in early Spring.

Regardless of how your family celebrates, ThurstonTalk staffers wish our Olympia readers a very happy Sunday – whether it’s celebrating Easter in a traditional church ceremony, tackling a competitive egg hunt, or simply enjoying the sunshine of a glorious weekend day.

2013 Easter Egg Hunts Around Olympia Washington

Without a doubt, our readers gravitated towards the holiday post.  While the majority of this article is now out dated, it’s important to note that we’re gearing up for the Olympia festival season.  Watch for articles about Procession of the Species and Spring Arts Walk in the coming weeks.  Keep in touch with ThurstonTalk, by following us on Facebook, so you have all the latest information about events happening in Olympia.

Timberline Senior Alex Laharty Earns Full Scholarship To Prestigious Wellesley College

ThurstonTalk loves sharing the good news.  This story about Timberline’s Alexa Laharty and her academic accomplishments is a prime example.  Congrats, Alexa!

Olympia High School Baseball Primed For Big Season To Support Coach McDougall

This is the first season that the Oly Bears will be playing without the leadership of Coach Todd McDougall since 1993.  Battling a brain tumor, Coach McDougall’s spirit is energizing the team.

ThurstonTalk aims to be your source for positive information and events happening in Olympia.  If you have a suggestion for a story, send us a note at  For more events and to learn what’s happening in Olympia and the surrounding area, click here.


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