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  1. City Hall - Front Summer

    Gallery 2018 presents: Glass Artist - Steve Bruno, Potter - Lorelei Banks

    The City of Enumclaw and 4Culture of King County are excited to present a sampling of blown glass and thrown potter in the display case at City Hall. Read on...
  2. WhistleStop

    Whistle-Stop Arts & Music Festival

    Artist Sales & Demonstrations Country, Bluegrass & Swing Music Plenty of FREE parking! Fun for the entire family! Read on...
  3. Enumclaw City Hall

    Boards and Commissions Openings

    Are you interested in being on a City of Enumclaw board or commission? Currently, we are looking fill two vacancies on the City’s Arts Commission and one vacancy on the Design Review Board. Read on...
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    PD Lobby Service Disruptions April 5 – June 1, 2018

    The Enumclaw Police Department is having renovation work to its Dispatch Center during April 5 – June 1, 2018 to prepare and accommodate for the Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network (PSERN) project. Read on...
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    Enumclaw Recycling Collection Event

    The Hazardous Wastemobile will visit Enumclaw on June 1, 2, 3 - Friday, Saturday, Sunday Hours: 10 am to 5 pm - Enumclaw Expo Center Read on...
  6. Aquatic Center Bulkhead Replacement Project Video

    Enumclaw Aquatic Center Citizens Advisory Committee Survey

    The Enumclaw Aquatic Center Citizens Advisory Committee is seeking comment by way of survey for feedback regarding the potential rehabilitation of the Aquatic Center building. Residents are encouraged to take 5 minutes, and fill out the survey. Read on...
  7. GEMs: a Miniature Juried Art Exhibit

    The City of Enumclaw invites local artists to submit entries to GEMs, a juried exhibit of miniature works of art. This exhibit is for professional artists. The exhibit is for 2-D works of art no larger than 12” x 12” including frames. Read on...
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