The All Community Thanksgiving Dinner is open to everyone at no charge. It takes place on Thursday, Nov. 26 (Noon-2 pm) at University Pace Primary School Cafeteria (2708 Grandview Drive West). Reservations are helpful. RSVP to Nicole Jovich-Johnson at 206-240-7173. Seating and food is limited. Volunteers are needed from 6 a.m. – 3 p.m. Contact Nicole Jovich-Johnson at 206-240-7173 for information.
By B. J. Coleman University Place-based Dance Theatre Northwest will present its last “Arts Are Education” Performance for year 2015 on Friday, November 20, 2015, at Park Lodge Elementary at 1:00 p.m. “Arts Are Education” is part of an ongoing series of DTNW’s Community Service outreach projects that are FREE open to the public dance […]
Dorothy Wilhelm, a columnist for “The News Tribune” for 25 years, has collected her favorite columns into a new book, “Better Every Day.” She will be on hand at three Pierce County Libraries to read from her book, a humorous look at joyful living after 50.
Acting out its mission to reach into the community, Sunset Bible Church agreed to charter Boy Scout Troop #248 in the 2015-2016 year. Sunset’s support of Troop #248 allows the troop to continue its 87-year tradition of teaching Boy Scout values and skills to boys in 6th-12th grade through hiking, camping, and adventurous fun.
The University Place City Council will hold a Regular Council Meeting on Monday, November 16, 2015, 6:30 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room (3715 Bridgeport Way West). Read the meeting agenda here.
The Safe Routes to School grant program provides more sidewalks to 44th street in University Place, connecting all the schools and parks in the community. Watch Pierce County TV’s video report:
Dance Theatre Northwest’s Regional Performing Company & Guests will present an exiting holiday dance program at Vintage Narrows Glen this Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 7:00 PM. Variations from several classical ballets and holiday favorite, The Nutcracker will be performed along with Broadway Musical style favorites. Featured performers include Amelia Arial, Lauren Trodahl, Oceana Thunder, Gregory Peloquin, Solana Sartain, Philandra Eargle, Madeline Ewer, Olivia Stephen-Jordan, Allison Zakharov, Dave Evans and Neil Alexander.
How can we work together to find solutions on education, the economy and traffic gridlock?
Rep. Christine Kilduff (D-University Place) is inviting citizens who were unable to come to her October town hall to three informal coffees around the 28th District on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Pierce County TV reports on the impact a Citizens Community Academy is making on people in University Place.
Dance Theatre Northwest presents their Arts Are Education performance series at Lowell Elementary on Friday, November 6th, at 2:15 p.m. Ballet, jazz, musical theater, and contemporary dance, complete with beautiful costumes, professional lighting sound, will accompany a lecture by DTNW’s Artistic Director and choreographer, Melanie Kirk-Stauffer. Each presentation is geared toward elementary school children and discusses the important relationship between dance and formal education.