Join wildlife conservation artist, Becci Crowe as she shares her latest adventures-with the legendary Dr. Jane Goodall, as they release orphaned chimpanzees in the Congo, to the Arctic, experiencing extraordinary encounters with polar bears.
The June 2016 programs for partners in education at the Tacoma Nature Center and Tahoma Audubon are available.
By Makenna Taylor-Gonzalez Minecraft is a unique and ridiculously popular game that lives 100% online. The game is often compared to digital LEGO’s, and at it’s core, allows players to place and break blocks in a 3D world. Now, more than ever, Minecraft is being recognized as an incredibly powerful, educational tool that promotes in-game […]
TACOMA – Learn about Tacoma’s cultural and tribal history on an interactive walk through downtown led by Brandon Reynon, Puyallup Tribe archaeologist on Wednesday, June 1st. The free Walk Tacoma event, sponsored by US Bank, will take people on a 1.5 mile walking tour highlighting the region’s relationship with the Puyallup Tribe.
The New Tacoma Cemeteries will host a Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30 starting at 11:30 am. Events will include a keynote speech by Major General (Retired) James “Jimmy” Collins, US Army; Guest Speaker: Krista M. Simpson, Gold Star Spouse of SSG Michael H. Simpson. A Veteran’s Wreath will be placed on MSG Albert Onacki’s […]
Cyclists from all over the Puget Sound will take part in the 26th annual Tour de Pierce on Sunday, June 26. The bike ride to promote fitness, fun, and safety, includes 30- and 50-mile marked routes, plus a 12-mile route designed for families or for those new to biking.
An overview of the history of printmaking by Janet Marcavage, leading to a focused discussion of Pablo Picasso’s innovative work in this media. Marcavage is a Tacoma-based printmaker, and Associate Professor of Printmaking at The University of Puget Sound.
May 26, 2016 “Memorial Day Commemoration: Buffalo Soldiers” – Jackie Jones-Hook, Executive Director, Buffalo Soldiers Museum (John – MC) The Lakewood United group meets at 7 AM every Thursday at Burs Restaurant, which is located at 6151 Steilacoom Boulevard SW in Lakewood. Upcoming topics are as follows:
Join the City of Lakewood, Pierce County and the Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle for this important, half-day program on Cybercrime and Cyber Security.
By Marianne Bull Where were you when the Nathaniel Orr pioneer home collapsed off temporary supports on May 13, 1994? Some of us in Steilacoom remember the day very well and now that it has been 20 years since the collapse and subsequent restoration of the 1857 home we want to commemorate the anniversary.