On Friday, April 4th Pierce County Parks and Recreation will host a Family Bingo Night at Chamber Creek Regional Park, 9850 64th St W in University Place. From 6:30-9:00pm. The fee is $5 per person, which includes 6 game sheets. Prizes are awarded to the winner of each game. Register you and your family members by April 1 – space is limited. For more information call 253-798-4104 or www.piercecountywa.org/parks
Every day is a surprise as you build different models using LEGO® bricks and motors from some of our most popular camps! Themes include Angry Birds, Minecraft, Super Heroes, Remote Control Vehicles, and many more. Games, crafts, and other challenges are all a part of this fun-filled week! [Read more…]
TACOMA – Explore the social change, events and people that led to Portland’s bike-friendly city through an interactive free screening of AfterMass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass Portland, a documentary by Joe Biel, Jeff Hayes, Alice Isley and Rev. Phil Sano. The event, on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at The Grand Cinema kicks off Downtown On the Go’s “Year of the Bike.” [Read more…]
The gymnasium is open for kids ages 5 and younger to run, jump, climb, and play in the safe and dry environment.
The Lakewood Community Center gym (9112 Lakewood Dr SW in Lakewood) is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30-11:00am.
The monthly fee is $16, or drop in for $2. For more information call 253-798-4141 or visit www.piercecountywa.org/parks.
Bring your child to the Pierce County Parks and Rec Tiny Tots Indoor Playground for fun, crafts and socialization! Kids will delight in the opportunity to run, jump, climb and explore in this safe environment while creating fun with oodles of toys and space. Parents are required to supervise their children at all times, maximum of three children per adult. [Read more…]
Grab your blankets and kick back with the whole family for this fun evening. Pre-movie activities begin at 5:30 with Bricks for Kidz using LEGO Bricks & Motors. The movie starts at 7pm on Jan 23rd featuring “Blended.”
Pre-registration is encouraged – $4 per person ages 3 and under are free. Movies are held at Chamber Creek Regional Park in the Environmental Services Building, 9850 64th St W in University Place. To register or for more information call 253-798-4141 or www.piercecountywa.org/parks
On Saturday, January 17th, rain, hail, sleet, or snow, the 5K No Sun Fun Run will take place no matter what weather our South Sound winter provides! The Nathan Chapman Trail provides a flat, paved, stroller friendly route.
The run is non-competitive and is recreationally timed. All ages and abilities are welcome. The $20 pre-registration by Jan 2, includes an event shirt. A special 1 mile course is available for $5 (no shirt). A $20 day of event registration is available at the start/finish of the run at Heritage Recreation Center, 9010 128th St E in South Hill with check in starting at 7:30am & the run at 10:00am.
For more information call 253-798-4177 or on-line registration www.piercecountywa.org/parks
Tacoma, WA – Franciscan Polar Plaza, Tacoma’s open-air ice skating rink, is back for a six-week winter run at Tollefson Plaza thanks to presenting sponsor CHI Franciscan Health and organizing partner Tacoma Art Museum (TAM). Gather friends and family and join the fun beginning November 22. A free on-site photo booth will capture your memories of this beloved annual tradition. Those who are new to ice skating can use double-bladed skates or skate aids (a walker for use on the ice) for stability. [Read more…]
On Oct. 18, the City of Lakewood will throw a hay-riding, tricked-trucking, pumpkin-picking party known as the 8th Annual Truck and Tractor Day.
The always-popular event runs from noon to 3 p.m., at Fort Steilacoom Park. As its name implies, there will be trucks. There will be tractors. There will also be plenty of other reasons Truck and Tractor Day will be a great experience for you and the family. Here are eight of our favorites:
Come dressed with or without a costume on you and your canine companion. The event is Saturday, Oct 19 from 9:00am-12noon at Spanaway Park, 14905 Bresemann Blvd S in Spanaway.
There are routes of 1.5 & 3 miles, all paved and suitable for all abilities. Registered participants are entered into a “ruffle” drawing and prizes will be awarded for best costumes.
Pre-register by Oct 11 for a fee of $15 – $5 for additional dogs. For more information call 253-798-4091 or visit www.piercecountywa.org/parks