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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Commemoration

Washington State History Museum 1911 Pacific Ave, Tacoma

Monday, January 16, Performances at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 3:00 PM FREE –open with free admission from 10 AM-5 PM for MLK Day Theater performances at the Washington State History Museum will bring to life Dr. King’s legacy. At 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM, Tacoma Arts Live presents 11 Days in the Life of > Continue Reading

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Tacoma Light Trail

WA

It's coming! The 3rd Tacoma Light Trail is a free winter light art festival in downtown Tacoma, WA. Get ready by joining the Dragon Parades & Satellight events bringing light art to Hilltop, South Tacoma and Eastside Dec. 3, 7 & 11.  Make a lantern at one of our library workshops Dec. 1, 8, 9 > Continue Reading

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HAC Virtual Weekly Updates

Hilltop Action Coalition 1116 Earnest S Brazill St, Tacoma, WA

In response to the COVID-19 virus, and out of an abundance of caution, HAC has been holding virtual Monthly ​Community Meetings via Facebook Live each 3rd Monday at 6 PM. We know how important it is for you to stay up-to-date with Hilltop news, resources and community concerns. To meet this need, HAC is holding > Continue Reading

Community Meeting

WA

Please join us for our next Community Meeting, with guest speaker Rebecca Merton, of Freedom for Immigrants. Ms. Merton is Freedom for Immigrants' Director of Visitation and Independent Monitoring, and will be telling us about the organization's services. The meeting will be held on Zoom. Please email officevolunteer@aidnw.org to register and receive a link.

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Scholarly Selections: Keeping the Lights On – Seattle’s Underground Hip Hop Movement

Washington State History Museum 1911 Pacific Ave, Tacoma

Seattle had a vibrant underground hip hop movement in the 1980s and 1990s, but not until the mid-2000s would it fully capture the attention of mainstream culture. Join UWT student Alex Zerbe to examine the twenty-year gap between Seattle’s two nationally recognized hip hop stars, Sir Mix-A-Lot (Anthony Ray) and Macklemore (Ben Haggerty). Learn how > Continue Reading

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Job Carr Cabin Museum: Create a Rabbit for the Lunar New Year

Job Carr Cabin Museum 2350 N. 30th St., Tacoma, WA

Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a bunny craft, as we welcome the Year of the Rabbit. Take home a free children's craft kit from the museum on Saturday 1/21, 10am-2pm. Craft Saturday take-home kits include all the materials and instructions needed for a fun at-home activity. Instructional videos will be posted.

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HAC Virtual Weekly Updates

Hilltop Action Coalition 1116 Earnest S Brazill St, Tacoma, WA

In response to the COVID-19 virus, and out of an abundance of caution, HAC has been holding virtual Monthly ​Community Meetings via Facebook Live each 3rd Monday at 6 PM. We know how important it is for you to stay up-to-date with Hilltop news, resources and community concerns. To meet this need, HAC is holding > Continue Reading

Tacoma Historical Society: Dreams & Dispossession Exhibit Opening

Tacoma Historical Society 406 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma, WA

Join us for the Exhibit Opening of Dreams & Dispossession: The Railway Comes to Tacoma with special keynote speaker Ethelda Burk. The Tacoma we know today was shaped by its origins as a railway terminus for the Northern Pacific Railway. The railroad brought new people, new industries, new opportunities, and new conflicts into the area. > Continue Reading

Lincoln District Lunar New Year Celebration

Lincoln District

You’re invited to the annual Lincoln District Lunar New Year celebration! Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with Lincoln District businesses and residents. Lion Dancers will weave their way through the district setting off firecrackers and blessing businesses and you are invited to follow along! Dine in at one of the many restaurants or from > Continue Reading

Northwest Sinfonietta : LAND(WIND)FALL

Rialto Theater 310 S. Ninth St., Tacoma, WA

Artistic Partner Mei-Ann Chen conducts this diverse program that opens with Mendelssohn’s great Sinfonia No. 11, and explores the immigration story of of Erich Korngold, a child prodigy hailed in his native Austria as the ‘next Mendelssohn.’ Korngold’s Much Ado About Nothing brings the humor, intrigue and beauty of Shakespeare to this lush score. Northwest > Continue Reading

$25 – $55