The Lakewood Senior Activity Center, located at 9112 Lakewood Drive SW, keeps a busy schedule. After all, the LSAC exists to promote healthy minds and bodies by providing recreation and social opportunities for older adults. Courses for fitness, art, writing and even computer literacy run for weeks. Day to day, there are plenty of other events freely open to the public, or with only a couple days’ advance. [Read more…]
During the mid-1950’s singer Mel Tormé–known as “The Velvet Fog”–and arranger Marty Paich made a series of legendary and consummate recordings of great American songs.
Two local musicians share a passion for the music of Tormé and Paich. [Read more…]
TACOMA—District 32 Toastmasters, which encompasses Western Washington from Federal Way to Chehalis, has set its Spring Conference for Saturday, May 16, at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Educational sessions will be focused on the conference theme, “Change, Excel, Grow!” [Read more…]
Meet New York Times best-selling author of The Boys in the Boat at 7 p.m. on April 24 at McGavick Conference Center at Clover Park Technical College. Daniel James Brown will speak and sign books at the free event. Books will be available for purchase. No tickets required. This free author event is the grand finale of Pierce County READS 2015. [Read more…]
TCC’s annual Pow Wow starts at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 18 in the Building 11 Student Center with the recognition of this year’s Tacoma Public Schools and Tacoma Community College Native graduates. [Read more…]
DuPont, Wash. — Consumers can be the first line of defense in protecting their identities. According to the Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book, identity theft was the No. 1 complaint category in 2014 with 13 percent of overall complaints. In Washington, there were 10,930 reported victims. [Read more…]
Please join us for a visual tour. Two University Place library staff members experience a food adventure through India. Included are Delhi and Rajasthan in the north, Mumbai and Goa in the south.
University Place Pierce County Library
3609 Market Place W., Suite 100
98466 • 253-548-3307
Wednesday, April 22, 7 p.m.
Free event sponsored by Friends of the University Place Library.
2015 Hispanic Business Workshop Series (series de talleres para empresarios hispanos)
Learn how to start and grow your business in Washington.
This program introduces Hispanic business owners and entrepreneurs to resources and organizations available to help small businesses start grow and thrive. The program features a local Hispanic small business owner discussing his experiences as an entrepreneur and an overview of how to start and finance a small business. [Read more…]