Tag: ZOOM

Oct
21

Teen Dungeons and Dragons

Filed Under: - Posted @ 12:00am

Join us to play the classic adventure game Dungeons and Dragons, led by our skilled Dungeon Master Sam Tait! Pre-made characters available if desired. No prior Dungeons and Dragons experience needed. Fun for the newcomer or the experienced Dungeon Crawler. Suitable for 5th to 12th Grade or ages 12 to 19. Online Event using Zoom. Registration is required > Continue Reading

Aug
26

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:30pm

Connect with our youth services librarians for a LIVE interactive virtual storytime for all ages every Wednesday. Say ‘hello’ to your storytime friends and enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs! Please note: Online registration is required. Please provide an adult’s email address when registering. You’ll receive a link to the meeting 1 hour before the program. > Continue Reading

Aug
19

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:30pm

Connect with our youth services librarians for a LIVE interactive virtual storytime for all ages every Wednesday. Say ‘hello’ to your storytime friends and enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs! Please note: Online registration is required. Please provide an adult’s email address when registering. You’ll receive a link to the meeting 1 hour before the program. > Continue Reading

Aug
13

Local Online Learning Adapts For Youth Who Don’t Want To Feel Alone

Filed Under: Expanded Learning - Posted @ 12:31pm

‘I just don’t like feeling alone.’ The youth Choreographer’s Workshop at Tacoma Arts Live looked a lot different this summer.  Gathering on screen via Zoom, instead of in a dance studio, each student rehearsed their routine in their own individual square with their sound settings on mute.  Whenever a classmate had a question or needed > Continue Reading

Aug
12

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:30pm

Connect with our youth services librarians for a LIVE interactive virtual storytime for all ages every Wednesday. Say ‘hello’ to your storytime friends and enjoy stories, rhymes, and songs! Please note: Online registration is required. Please provide an adult’s email address when registering. You’ll receive a link to the meeting 1 hour before the program. > Continue Reading

Jul
31

Public Art in Tacoma: Rapid Murals

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

During the economic depression of the 1930s, U.S. government art projects created a wealth of public art and supported artists across the country, as explored in the exhibition Forgotten Stories: Northwest Public Art of the 1930s.  In our current global economic crisis, brought on by COVID-19, artists have once again been called upon to create government-sponsored > Continue Reading