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Day 08: Easter Egg Hunt Locations and Events, Puyallup, WA

Easter is almost here and some of our viewers have been asking about locations and events happening in Puyallup for their kids (yes…I listen to your requests :)). So I did some research and came up with a few locations you can take your children to this Saturday…the best part is, 2 of the 3 events are FREE!!!

Event#1 – Puyallup Rec Center (Day #5) – Downtown Puyallup – Up to 10 years of age, event starts at 10:00 (click here to see more info)

Event #2 – Clark’s Creek Park – Downtown Puyallup – Up to 8 years of age, event starts at 10:00 (click here to see more info)

Event #3 – South Hill Mall – South Hill, Puyallup – Up to 11 years of age, event is from 1:00 – 4:00 (click here to see more info)

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Day 07: Puyallup Public Library, Puyallup, WA

Check out a good book, grab a movie (for free…that’s always nice!), sit down and relax, listen to music, use the meeting rooms or hop on a computer, whatever it is you want to do…the Puyallup Public Library has it all. I personally rent most of my movies from the library, they have all the new releases and there free :).

The best part is the various events that they have at the library. For example, each Saturday the Library hosts its Saturday Film Program at 2:00 in one of their meeting rooms. This Saturday they will be showing Star Trek (awesome movie!) and next week its Marley and Me.

So come in and check it out!

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We now have a logo for our 365 Things To Do In Puyallup, WA fan page! I want to thank Jessica Gunns from Puyallup High School for her amazing work on the logo design. She has incredible patience for all my “nit-pick” changes that needed to be done :).

She did an amazing job and deserves all the credit. Let me know what you guys think!

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Day 06: Regal Cinemas Longston Place 14, Puyallup, WA

Looking to relax and enjoy a good movie and popcorn, well look no further than South Hill’s Regal Cinemas Longston Place 14. With 14 movie screens, this cinema is the largest in Puyallup. Also, if you haven’t experienced movies in 3D…now is your chance. Longston Place has equipped their screens and audio systems with the new “RealD – 3D” experience. Bring the family and enjoy!

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Day 05: Puyallup Recreation Center, Puyallup, WA

The Puyallup Recreation Center has tons to do! I remember growing up playing baseball in the fields and basketball games on the in-door courts. The Rec Center is located on Valley Ave. in downtown Puyallup (just get off Hwy 167 and head down Valley Ave.), this is a great place to spend some time and be active!

Things to do:

  • Weight Room
  • Racquetbal
  • Wallyball
  • Tennis
  • Whirlpool, Sauna, Shower
  • Billiards, Ping Pong, Foosball
  • Classes and workshops
  • and much more!

Also, mark your calendars! The annual Puyallup Recreation Center Easter egg hunts will take place this Saturday, April 3rd.

The event will be held rain or shine and for little ones up to 10 years old. The hunts will be staggered at different times to accommodate everyone. Below is a list of times and age groups. Don’t arrive late as you may miss the hunt:

  • 3 & Under – 10:00-11:00 inside the Gym in the Bunny Barns
  • 4-5 Years – 10:00 am Sharp at right side of the Recreation Center
  • 6-7 Years – 10:25 am Sharp behind the Recreation Center
  • 8-10 Years – 10:45 am Sharp at Ballfield #1

Fee is only $1.00 and after each hunt, all age groups are invited inside the Puyallup Recreation Center Gym to visit with Peter Rabbit in his egg house and receive a special prize. You can take your own pictures or purchase one from our photographer. A professional photographer will be on site to accommodate your photo needs.

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Day 4: DeCoursey Park, Puyallup, WA


Located at 7th Ave. SW and 16th St. SW, DeCoursey community park is situated on over seven acres and includes a fish pond, two fishing piers, a picnic shelter, restrooms, and a playground.

Bring the kids down and make sure to bring some bread for the geese and ducks, there are a bunch to feed at the pond.

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Day 3: Tiffany’s Skate Inn, Downtown Puyallup

Hmmm, what to do on a Friday night? I’ve got a great idea…head down to Tiffany’s Skate Inn in downtown Puyallup.

Stop in and skate to your favorite music with their state-of-the-art sound and light system. Then you can enjoy a slice of pizza and a cold Pepsi beverage in the newly renovated King’s Pizza Co. Restaurant!

Perfect night for your friends and family!

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