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Join Us For Tenino's 150th Jubilee Celebration July 8

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July 1, 2023

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On Saturday, July 8, Tenino will celebrate its 150th birthday with a day of fun activities. Join us at the Tenino City Park starting at 10:00 am for opening ceremonies, birthday cake, and field games. 

Bring your best historic or silly costume for a procession at 11:30 am. Then come find us at our Colvin Ranch booth where we'll have activities for the kids that showcase our historic Colvin Ranch livestock brands from 1854. 

Afterwards, head to the Quarry House for live music from 3:00-8:00 pm. See the Jubilee event page for more information and to sign up for the procession.

What: Tenino's 150th Jubilee Celebration

When: Saturday, July 8, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Where: Tenino City Park

We hope to see you for a fun day of merriment!

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