The Lakewood Winter Club, in partnership with Pierce County Parks & Recreation, is proud to present their annual Figure Skating Ice Show, Reflections on Ice (ROI). This year’s theme is “Love is In the Air,” and is appropriately held over the Valentine’s Day weekend.
Meet Alex Alben, Washington state’s chief privacy officer and author of “Analog Days—How Technology Rewrote Our Future,” at 7 p.m. on Feb. 9 at Parkland/Spanaway Pierce County Library. The library is located at 13718 Pacific Ave. S. in Tacoma.
Sprinker Recreation Center posted attendance records and huge increases in program participation in 2015, reportedly due to the improved ice rink.
When you think of Sicily, you probably have visions of the Godfather and cannoli, but there’s so much more to this small island. The invading forces of the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Spanish and French have all left their marks upon Sicily, creating a unique culture and cuisine.
Scholars and thought leaders from a broad range of disciplines will gather at Pacific Lutheran University on February 25-26 to explore the concept of “resilience” during the seventh biennial annual Wang Center Symposium.
Drivers who use the State Route 7/Pacific Avenue ramps to and from State Route 512 may encounter overnight ramp closures during the week of Jan. 25. The ramp closures are necessary so contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation can continue to install infrastructure related to ramp meters and other intelligent transportation […]
Join us for a class on local history with an architectural focus. Using images, historic photographs and a keen storyteller’s eye, Michael Sullivan, will explore the rich story of the city of Tacoma. Thursday, January 21st at the Garfield Book Company at PLU (208 S. Garfield St.)
By Liz Glavish Sending kids off to school can be difficult for parents, but sending your kids to a strange school across town, can be downright nerve-wracking. This is the reality that students and parents of Stewart Middle School in Tacoma are facing as the school undergoes renovation to transform its campus into a model […]
For the past 26 years, the non-profit organization Safe Streets has been helping residents in Tacoma and Pierce County take back their neighborhoods with a proactive stance on crime prevention.
Want to get out and pick from locally crafted, unique gifts for that “hard to buy for” person on your shopping list? With more than 55 vendors — and holiday experience fit for the season — Pierce County Parks invites you to shop at the 3rd annual Crafters Creations event at Sprinker Recreation Center on […]