What are the challenges facing previously incarcerated people who want to go to college? How can people overcome those challenges and earn a degree? Two panels dealing with the unique challenges faced by formerly incarcerated individuals seeking higher education will be held the week of May 1. Both events are free and open to the […]
Submitted by Michael Lacadie There are a few openings for food, arts and crafts and non-profit vendors at our July 8, 2017 festival. A great opportunity to show your skills/products/services to thousands of potential customers. I have applications. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would line an application.
Submitted by Susanne Bacon Have you already discovered the latest lifestyle asset to the quiet town of Steilacoom? Or did it take you by surprise – as it did me the other day – that there has opened a store for “Gifts, Decor and more” late last year? A store with a concept nonetheless that […]
The Changing Scene Theatre Northwest, Kitsap County’s fringe theatre migrating to Tacoma, presents Jane Martin’s Talking With… which features 11 monologues for 11 women. In a time when women’s voices need to be heard, Talking With… gives the audience a mix of the comedic and dramatic in an intimate look into the lives of each […]
Choosing a pair of glasses is an important decision! We want to help you make sure those carefully chosen frames of yours are just as carefully taken care of.
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on Monday, May 1, 2017 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499.) Access the agenda on the City’s website.
A Lakewood police officer who struggled with mental illness shot himself this week, the department announced Thursday afternoon. Read more: Lakewood police officer kills himself, department announces | The News Tribune
On May 4 Associated Ministries will hold their 5th annual interfaith observance of the National Day of Prayer, co-hosted by Pacific Lutheran University. While it is estimated that more than 30,000 local observances are organized annually, this unique gathering is one of the very few interfaith services held on this day anywhere in the country.
Emergency Food Network brings awareness to hunger in Pierce County with opportunities for community members to get involved in local hunger relief.
This coming Friday, after a record-setting seven months of raining cats and dogs – nearly four feet in fact – the sun will again shine in the Pacific Northwest. For five days straight.