Located in the heart of Lacey’s historic neighborhood, discover Lacey’s surprising and fascinating past in the charming 1928 Russell House, once a residence, fire station, and Lacey’s first City Hall.
Using a series of rarely seen historic maps drawn from the collection of the Washington State Library and the Washington State Historical Society, Dave Nicandri will discuss the evolution of the Northwest Passage as a cartographic concept. The principle figures in this story are British explorers James Cook, his one-time midshipman George Vancouver, Montreal-based fur trader Alexander Mackenzie, and Lewis & Clark.
The fish are jumping at Longs Pond! This event encourages fishing as a family activity and includes on-site volunteers to help teach fishing basics to kids 4-14. Pre-registration is required for this event, cost is $5 and includes a rod & reel to keep!
Historical Societies form in a variety of ways. Come and learn about the Lacey Historical Society and their legacy.
The Lacey Spring Fun Fair is one of the largest 2-day festivals in Western Washington! Join us for free rides, kids activities, live entertainment, and more! Plus, shop from over 74 vendors and enjoy the car show on Sunday.
May 20-21, 2023.