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Tag: community building

Nov
14

Community Conversation | The Kinsey Collection and Tacoma

Filed Under: - Posted @ 9:00pm

Join the Tacoma Art Museum for a community conversation with the Kinseys. Explore the inner workings of The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection, the connections between the exhibition and Tacoma, and how the show has impacted our local communities. Please plan to arrive on time or early, we will release seats at 2 > Continue Reading

Oct
3

Hear from the Kinseys | Harlem Renaissance

Filed Under: - Posted @ 9:00pm

Join the Tacoma Art Museum for an exclusive conversation with the Kinseys as they discuss the Harlem Renaissance, its place in the The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection, and how the spirit of community and collaboration continues to shape Black art into the present day. Please plan to arrive on time or early, > Continue Reading

Sep
10

Virtual Café Conversations & Survey – East Tacoma Food Environment

Filed Under: - Posted @ 6:00pm

East Tacoma • Equitable • Innovative • Healthy What does an equitable, innovative and healthy food environment look like to you? Raise your voice! Help us create a better food environment in East Tacoma with the 98404 Food Survey. Find the 98404 Food Survey here: https://bit.ly/3hTFRbr. If you’d like to be a part the conversation, > Continue Reading

Sep
28

Walk to Prevent Homelessness

Filed Under: - Posted @ 4:00pm

St. Vincent de Paul is organizing a walk/run to fundraise and spread the word of our Homelessness Prevention Program and as someone that shares our vision of a better Pierce County, we’re hoping you’ll join us! Walking is free and your presence would be invaluable! Saturday September 28, 2019 at Wright Park we will be > Continue Reading

Aug
29

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Filed Under: - Posted @ 7:00pm

This event will host up to 100 youth in the Tacoma area who want to be educated, inspired, and empowered about current issues. The event will feature various speakers who will present 10-minute TED-style talks on interdisciplinary issues and work. This event is free, but ticket reservations must be made at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4305613

Aug
24

Community Day

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:00pm

Join us here at Lakewold Gardens and discover the joys of nature and our connection to community and the earth.  It will be a day to meet the people who serve our communities and learn about the programs and resources available in the neighborhood. There will also be many educational activities and engaging games for > Continue Reading

Jul
18

Hilltop Action Coalition Summer Social

Filed Under: - Posted @ 11:00pm

Hilltop Action Coalition (HAC) is hosting a Summer Social Fundraiser on Thursday, July 18, 2019, from 4-7 pm, at the HAC office and overflowing out into the sidewalk and alleyway areas. This event offers an opportunity to mingle with Hilltop residents, a private viewing of 2 Hilltop Storefront Murals of Hope, and an opportunity to > Continue Reading

Jun
18

Hilltop Action Coalition Monthly Community Meeting

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

This monthly meeting for Hilltop community members is a peaceful space for open discussion about neighborhood concerns. Each month has a theme with community service provider presentations to ensure residents are aware of neighborhood resources. Each speaker has time for Q & A and often times handouts are provided. A community Liaison from the Tacoma > Continue Reading

May
10

3 Best Selling Authors of YA at Lincoln High School

Filed Under: - Posted @ 8:00pm

Authors of Young Adult Literature, Ibi Zoboi, Tiffany D. Jackson and Maurene Goo will be coming to speak at Lincoln High School Auditorium on May 10th, 2019. Books will be sold and author meet & greet will be from 2:05-2:30 in the Lincoln High School Library. This event will be attended by students, staff, teachers > Continue Reading

Apr
10

Failure is a Necessity for Youth in Alchemy’s Skate In School Program

Filed Under: Expanded Learning - Posted @ 10:28am

As his knee hit the ground, Alex Miles quickly tucked and rolled from forearm to shoulder, immediately popping up to his feet and right back onto his skateboard.  “I don’t really get that frustrated anymore when I fall,” Alex said, ” I’m just used to it now.” Alex is one of a few students learning > Continue Reading