Community Events Calendar

Aug
6
Fri
Brew Five Three To Go
Aug 6 all-day

Brew Five Three To Go Brew Five Three To Go!

August 6th pickup, 4-7pm

August 7th pickup, 10am-3pm

Tacoma Arts Live

901 Broadway, Tacoma

253.591.5894 | tacomaartslive.org

We’re teaming up again with your favorite Northwest brewers & cideries! For this summer’s special event and kick off for Tacoma Week, choose from four tasting kits offered To Go!. Each kit features a variety of different cans and bottles, a pint glass, and fun local swag.
There will be one LIVE (and recorded for on-demand) Zoom Session that will review tasting kit with Advanced Cicerone Matt McLaren and feature a Q&A with Wet Coast Brewing. Zoom-session: August 7th, 7pm.

Tickets:
The 253: $50
Sweet Gritty City: $50
NEW! The Bold & The Beautiful: $50
The Sasquatch Route: $100

Olympia Farmers Market
Aug 6 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Olympia Farmers MarketOlympia Farmers Market Logo (Diamond Motif with Tulip)

April- October, 10am-3pm

Olympia Farmers Market

700 Capitol Way N, Olympia

360.352.9096 | olympiafarmersmarket.com

Though the Olympia Farmers Market has been open on Saturdays through the winter months, April marks the beginning of the growing season with even more vendors offering, local vegetables, Washington grown fruit, prepared food, artisan crafts, with 8 restaurants, set to live music in a family-friendly atmosphere. Olympia Farmers Market is working hard to provide a safe shopping environment for the wellbeing of our customers, staff and vendors. To do so, we’ve implemented a set of safety measures, limited market hours and vendors and are working to introduce curbside Market Pickup & Deliveries.

 

Movies Under the Stars
Aug 6 @ 7:30 pm

Movies Under the StarsMovies Under the Stars - Raya and the Last Dragon

July 30-August 20, 7:30pm

SERA Campus- South End

6002 S. Adams St., Tacoma

metroparkstacoma.org

Outdoor movies are back this summer! Join us at the SERA campus (behind STAR Center) for free family-friendly movies and fun.

  • Friday, July 30: Moana (rated PG)
  • Friday, August 6: Black Panther (rated PG-13)
  • Friday, August 13: Coco (rated PG)
  • Friday, August 20: Raya and the Last Dragon (rated PG)
Friday Night Flicks
Aug 6 @ 9:00 pm

Friday Night FlicksSummer Sounds

July 30-August 13, fridays 9pm

Various Parks in Auburn

auburnwa.gov

Blockbuster movies viewed outdoors on a 50′ inflatable movie screen (either drive-in style or in-person) will make Friday nights in Auburn a real treat for the whole family!

  • July 30 – Onward (PG) – Lea Hill Park: 31693 124th Ave SE
  • August 6 – The Sandlot (PG) – Sunset Park: 1420 69th Street SE
  • August 13 – The Goonies (PG) – Les Gove Park: 910 Ninth Street SE
Aug
7
Sat
Brew Five Three To Go
Aug 7 all-day

Brew Five Three To Go Brew Five Three To Go!

August 6th pickup, 4-7pm

August 7th pickup, 10am-3pm

Tacoma Arts Live

901 Broadway, Tacoma

253.591.5894 | tacomaartslive.org

We’re teaming up again with your favorite Northwest brewers & cideries! For this summer’s special event and kick off for Tacoma Week, choose from four tasting kits offered To Go!. Each kit features a variety of different cans and bottles, a pint glass, and fun local swag.
There will be one LIVE (and recorded for on-demand) Zoom Session that will review tasting kit with Advanced Cicerone Matt McLaren and feature a Q&A with Wet Coast Brewing. Zoom-session: August 7th, 7pm.

Tickets:
The 253: $50
Sweet Gritty City: $50
NEW! The Bold & The Beautiful: $50
The Sasquatch Route: $100

Cruise the Narrows Car Show
Aug 7 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cruise the Narrows Car Show

August 7, 8am-3pm

Uptown Gig Harbor

4735 Pt. Fosdick Drive, Gig Harbor

gigharborcruisers.com

All  vintage and special interest vehicles are welcome, all years, makes and models! Show Vehicle Entry Donation: $20 when entering. Pre-registration is not required.

In the Spirit Arts Market & Northwest Native Festival
Aug 7 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

In the Spirit Arts Market & Northwest Native FestivalIn the Spirt

August 7, 10am-5pm

Various Locations

inthespiritarts.org

IN THE SPIRIT is a collaboration between the Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma Art Museum, and Museum of Glass. IN THE SPIRIT is an opportunity for our communities to learn about, meet, and support the many exceptional Native artists working in the Pacific Northwest. After hosting events online in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are thrilled to announce a return to an in-person festival! The IN THE SPIRIT exhibition is also in-person. We are offering several virtual components as well.

Saturday Cruz-Ins
Aug 7 @ 5:00 pm

Saturday Cruz-Ins

June-August, saturdays 5pm-dusk

Sunrise Village

10507 156th St E, Puyallup

mysunrisevillage.com

Cruz on by to enjoy classic cars at Sunrise Village. The 1st Saturday of each month you’ll see the cars lining 156th (cars enter on the end by 1st Security Bank), the other weeks they’ll be in the east lot (behind LA Fitness). If you own a classic car feel free to show up and you will see a volunteer who can get you registered.

Aug
8
Sun
As Grandmother Taught: Women, Tradition, and Plateau Art
Aug 8 all-day

As Grandmother Taught: Women, Tradition, and Plateau Art

July 23-November 28

Washington State History Museum

1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma

253.272.3500 | washingtonhistory.org

The art of the indigenous cultures of the Columbia River plateau reflects traditional lifeways borne of an ancient and interdependent relationship with the natural world. Women have been the primary makers of the functional forms necessary to everyday life; materials and techniques are time-honed, having been perfected over generations.

Though traditional ways of life have evolved, women still carry forward this knowledge. This exhibition celebrates the work of three contemporary Plateau women alongside historic objects and images from the collections of the NWMAC.

Classy Chassis
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Classy Chassis May be an image of standing, car and road

August 8, 10am-3pm

Downtown Sumner

sumnermainstreet.com

Drive like the mountain is out! There’s no better place to explore classic cars than on a classic Main Street. Vintage vehicles, tricked-out trucks and beautiful hot rods of all kinds fill Downtown Sumner. Bring the whole family and enjoy Sumner’s charming cafes, restaurants and shops along with, of course, cars.