Tag: Tacoma Creates
During this walk, we will cultivate a deeper connection with nature through an intentional practice of observation. Led by Sarah Low with Strategic Nature, LLC. Sarah is a mindfulness teacher trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through the Center for Mindfulness at UC San Diego. A Tacoma Tree Foundation event sponsored by Tacoma Creates.
Pioneer Craft & Music Fest Saturday, May 14 10am – 2pm Tacoma’s Old Town Park, 2350 N 30th St Experience a variety of heritage crafts, arts activities, demonstrations, and live folk music. This free community event during Tacoma’s Heritage Preservation Month features family fun for all ages. https://www.jobcarrmuseum.org/cabin-events
Bring a bag of our beloved popcorn home! The crispy kernels you love topped with real butter (or not; it’s vegan if you go without!) are available for takeout in sizes Medium ($5) and Large ($7), from 3pm to 6pm. Walk up with credit card or exact change only. Merch and gift certificates also for > Continue Reading
In Fall 2020, Job Carr Cabin Museum is offering socially-distanced Craft Saturdays. December 11, 11am-1pm, Holiday Ornament – Pick up a free craft kit from the museum porch on Saturday 11/14, 11am-1pm, while supplies last. First-come, first-served. Please use social distancing etiquette when you pick up your craft kit. – Children can use the materials > Continue Reading
In Fall 2020, Job Carr Cabin Museum is offering socially-distanced Craft Saturdays. November 14, 11am-1pm, Puzzles and Games – Pick up a free craft kit from the museum porch on Saturday 11/14, 11am-1pm, while supplies last. First-come, first-served. Please use social distancing etiquette when you pick up your craft kit. – Children can use the > Continue Reading
When the bell rings at the end of the day at Tacoma Public School’s DeLong Elementary, some students head home with their parents, some get on the bus, and some of them go to Dragon’s Club. Dragon’s Club is an after-school program that provides Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) like dance, art, and mentorship. Located in > Continue Reading
This Fall, elementary students at 22 Tacoma Public Schools will have on-site access to Expanded Learning Opportunities with the support of wide-reaching community partnerships and funding from national and local sources. These Expanded Learning Opportunities – like visual and performing arts, dance, robotics, STEM, mentorship, sports, and more – take place before and after school, > Continue Reading