Tag: tacoma

Mar
29

3rd Thursday Art & Wine Night

Filed Under: - Posted @ 10:35am

The lobby of Hotel Murano comes alive with local artists and their creations! To include artists from Creative Forces as well as visiting artists! And the lobby bar has half price wine…………what could be better than local art, local artists and wine!?

Jun
30

Tacoma’s China Town: A Virtual Tour

Filed Under: - Posted @ 11:08am

This evening we will be exploring where Tacoma’s China town would have been and talking about why it is no longer there today. This brutal and tragic history will hopefully help us illuminate a path forward today. The tour will be LIVE at 8pm on July 15th. To join us you will just need to > Continue Reading

Jul
8

Manny’s Walk

Filed Under: - Posted @ 8:31am

Join the family of Manuel Ellis as they take a walk to remember his last moments, share what has and has not happened so far, and demands that the community can amplify. Wear a mask and bring a sign. Feel free to bring flowers to leave at the corner of 96th & Ainsworth. For more > Continue Reading

Jul
8

Partnering for Experiential Learning: Fort Nisqually Foundation, GTCF Agency Fundholder

Filed Under: Strengthening Pierce County - Posted @ 6:46pm

Over the past 38 years, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation has seen Pierce County grow and change, but what has remained constant is the passion people bring to building a thriving community. Sharing community knowledge and stories about our lived experiences builds everyone’s ability to make a positive impact. In our latest annual book of Pierce > Continue Reading

Jun
18

Black LGBTQ+ Lives Matter

Filed Under: - Posted @ 8:49am

The New Generation 2.0 Presents a pride march for Black lives: Black LGBTQ+ Lives Matter Introducing guest co-host: Wes Mickens! Pride may have been canceled, but that can’t stop us! Tony McDade’s death is a cruel reminder that Black LGBTQ people are perhaps the most vulnerable of our Black brothers and sisters. Join us in > Continue Reading

Jun
8

Teachers for Black Lives Matter

Filed Under: - Posted @ 10:30am

Washington teachers, educators, and anyone who supports educators and have children in the school system, I’m organizing a peaceful protest called Teachers for Black Lives Matter. Educators have such an important role in dismantling racial oppression at the school level, and now is our time to come together and show the black community that they > Continue Reading

May
13

2nd Cycle’s Slo + Socially Distant Rides

Filed Under: - Posted @ 11:22am

We invite you to join no one for a #SLOWANDSOCIALLYDISTANT Ride! These virtual events will take place on the second and fourth Friday of the month (or any convenient time for you to ride) until our regular shop rides can resume. Simply choose your own comfortable route (or use one we’ve shared in the event > Continue Reading

May
14

Partnering to Honor Community History: Gregory M. Tanbara, GTCF Board Alumnus

Filed Under: Philanthropy,Strengthening Pierce County,Vibrant Community - Posted @ 9:29am

Over the past 38 years, Greater Tacoma Community Foundation has seen Pierce County grow and change, but what has remained constant is the passion people bring to building a thriving community. Sharing community knowledge and stories about our lived experiences builds everyone’s ability to make a positive impact. In our latest annual book of Pierce > Continue Reading

Mar
5

**CANCELED**SLO + Social Group Rides**CANCELED**

Filed Under: - Posted @ 8:26am

Get Slo + Social with 2nd Cycle! Cyclists of all ages and experience levels encouraged to attend! Rides are anywhere from 3 – 5 miles long, we provide the music and the route – you provide the rest! Join us every 2nd and 4th Friday March-October Gather at 6pm roll out at 6:30pm Ride at > Continue Reading

Jan
21

2nd Cycle Volunteer Orientation

Filed Under: - Posted @ 4:44pm

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