Join The

tehaleh circle


Invites, updates + more!

WELCOME BACK, !

Click here to update your information

UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION

WELCOME BACK, !

Click here to update your information

UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION

JOIN THE tehaleh circle UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION JOIN THE tehaleh circle

Blog

Blog

Get the Latest News from Tehaleh

A fun evening at the fair

10 July . 2018

Our 3 Favorite Activities in Puyallup

Not only is Tehaleh conveniently located between two major cities, we’re also surrounded by several postcard-perfect towns, each one offering a unique slice of Americana. The charming city of Puyallup sits between Seattle and Tacoma in Pierce County where local history and a homegrown spirit are lovingly preserved. Named after the Puyallup Tribe of Native Americans, Puyallup means "the generous people". Below are a few of our favorite activities hosted by our neighbor to the west.


Puyallup Sculpture Walk

Arts Downtown, Puyallup’s Outdoor Art Gallery, began in 1995 with a dream to bring quality art to Puyallup, and today offers a changing collection of more than 50 contemporary sculptures on public display, completely free of charge. Self-guided maps can be found at the local public library and City Hall. They also offer a phone tour of 30 sculptures by dialing (253) 256-6172 or using the QR codes on phone tour signs posted at the artworks. Smartphone information includes an image of the work, information about each artist and their work in both audio and print forms, a tour map/itinerary, and the ability to make comments or ask questions.

Washington State Fair

It’s the biggest party in the state and you’re invited! The Washington State Fair starts Labor Day Weekend (Aug. 30-Sept. 22). Enjoy a world-famous Fischer Scone and take a ride on one of the nation's few classic wooden roller coasters. You’ll experience delicious food, wild rides, dazzling entertainment and all-around-fun for the whole family.


Cider Tastings

The Pacific Northwest is home to many quality microbreweries but few artisan cider houses, which is what makes Cockrell Hard Cider so special. As the longtime dream of two Puyallup brothers, Richard and John Cockrell, the siblings have been making hand crafted beer and cider for over 25 years. Their creations have won many local, state and national awards and accolades resulting in the encouragement of friends and family to consider sharing their creative talents with a larger audience. Lucky you! Their tasting room is open year round.