3 to See: Unsolved Mysteries, Olympic National Park History, and Mother’s Day Cupcakes

A Look Back on Olympic National Park

Hosted by Washington Native Plant Society, enjoy this reflection on botanist Ed Alverson’s 1980 trip to explore Royal Basin — a landmark in the subalpine zone of the upper Dungeness River drainage — in the northeastern Olympics. The meeting will be held over Zoom on May 6 from 7-8:30 p.m. Click here for more information.

Mother’s Day Cupcakes

This Sunday is Mother’s Day. In addition to a fun day with Mom, be sure to stop by hello, cupcake in Tacoma for a sweet treat. Why stop at one cupcake when you can get its Best Mom Ever dozen — eight vanilla cupcakes with vanilla buttercream and four pink champagne cupcakes with “Best Mom Ever” spelled in light pink and white fondant. More here.

Unsolved Mysteries: Tacoma Edition

Join the Tacoma Historical Society and learn about some of Tacoma’s unsolved mysteries. Hosted by author, researcher, journalist, Tacoma Historical Society member, and Historic Tacoma board member Steve Dunkelberger, the virtual meeting will focus on five unsolved mysteries, from cold murder and disappearance cases to unexplained sightings of unknown beings. More here.

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