Enrollment for 2nd Cycle’s Spring Break Cycling Camp is now open! The Spring Break cycling camp is a 1-week program that teaches bicycle handling skills and urban riding skills, in addition to exploring the city via bicycle! This camp runs Mon-Fri April 5th through April 9th. We will be running this camp out in > Continue Reading
Join Brendan Nelson (Hilltop Action Coalition) and Alyssa Torrez (Tacoma Housing Authority) in a discussion about housing and transit developments in Hilltop and how they can affect local residents. Register today!
It’s time to design the block of 11th and MLK. Come get hands on and lets build our future. This is a public event and all participants can join and collaborate directly as we frame out ground floor business space, community space, affordable housing units, all infused with Hilltop culture, history, and spirit for our > Continue Reading
Calling on Ascent Fitness members, friends, and neighbors. We would like you to join us for a monthly book club to dive into what it means to be anti-racist and how we as a primarily white community can do better! The intention is to encourage people (especially those who are white) to understand systematic racism, > Continue Reading
“A month ago, this was just an idea.” As Cassandra Williams was figuring out how to bring her newly leased Hilltop space up to code for her “Love by the Slice” baking business, COVID-19 hit. And so did community-based inspiration. A friend’s Facebook post alerted Cassandra, a Tacoma native, to the fact that some of her neighbors were in > Continue Reading
Come get your hands dirty and learn about bikes while supporting your local non-profit community bike shop! No experience needed, must be 16 yrs or older to participate. Orientation will be an information night only, just bring yourself and your eagerness to learn! Please fill out a form either online at our website www.2ndcycle.org or > Continue Reading
Join us for this fourth annual fundraiser for Spaceworks Tacoma. Spaceworks sits at the intersection of many populations in Tacoma: artists and business owners, property managers and community organizers, financial lenders and civic leaders, newcomers and neighborhood elders. NEON is a celebration, a coming together of this community, an affirmation that yes, Tacoma is a > Continue Reading
At Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, we’ve seen how much more we can accomplish when we work together. Since 1981, community members have shared their commitment to a thriving Pierce County by partnering with GTCF to bring their vision to life and build a legacy for future generations. In our 2018 yearbook, Pierce County Partners, a > Continue Reading