Community Events Calendar

Jan
23
Wed
Dear Evan Hansen
Jan 23 all-day

Dear Evan HansenBen Levi Ross (Evan Hansen) & the company of the national tour of Dear Evan Hansen, photo by Matthew Murphy

January 23- February 2

The Paramount Theatre

911 Pine St, Seattle

888.451.4042 | seattle.broadway.com

A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted: a chance to finally fit in. Dear Evan Hansen is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it. Tickets start at $50.

Super Sleuth: Kitchen Edition!
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Super Sleuth: Kitchen Edition!

January 16-February 13, Wednesdays 6-7pm

Auburn Community and Event Center

910 9th Street SE, Auburn

253.931.3043 | apm.activecommunities.com

Break out your inner detective as families work together to get to the bottom of kitchen and nutrition mysteries! Why does produce ripen slower in the fridge than it does on the counter? What causes bread to look so porous? Let’s bring the principles of food science into the our daily lives to help us in the grocery store and the kitchen! In this workshop series, learn about the chemistry of cooking, food safety, busting grocery labels, future foods and more! New topics each session. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration fee applies to all participants. Price: $5.00 (Resident), $7.00 (Non-resident). Ages:At least 8 but less than 99.

Jan
24
Thu
Children’s International Film Festival Seattle
Jan 24 all-day

Children’s International Film Festival Seattle

January 24- February 9

Multiple Locations in Seattle

childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org

Beloved annual festival for Seattle children and families will celebrate its next edition with 146 films from 39 countries.

Olympia Farmers Market
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Olympia Farmers Market

April 5- throughout Summer, 10am-3pm

Olympia Farmers Market

700 Capitol Way N, Olympia

360.352.9096 | olympiafarmersmarket.com

Beginning on Sunday, April 1st, the market will be open Thursday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 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.

 

Jan
25
Fri
A Doll’s House
Jan 25 all-day

A Doll’s House

January 25-February  10

Tacoma Little Theatre

210 North I St, Tacoma

253.272.2281 | tacomalittletheatre.com

A story so controversial in its time that party guests were asked not to discuss it for fear of starting a fight, lauded by playwright George Bernard Shaw for challenging societal norms, Henrik Ibsen’s play features Nora Helmer: a woman in the role of a typical housewife, treated like a doll, harboring a secret debt for saving her husband’s life. Her debtor, now an employee to her husband, threatens to reveal her secret to her husband in order to save his own job. Nora finds herself faced with a difficult moral dilemma between the sacred values of her marriage and family versus her independence.

A Doll’s House will run Friday, January 25, through Sunday, February 10, 2019.  Friday and Saturday showings are at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:00pm.  A Doll’s House is recommended for ages 12 and up.

 

The Original Bullitt Mustang at America’s Car
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Original Bullitt Mustang at America’s Car

now through April 25

LeMay – America’s Car Museum

2702 East D Street, Tacoma

253.779.8490 | americascarmuseum.org

One of the most iconic movie cars of all time, a 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback—The Bullitt Mustang, driven by Steve McQueen—is on special display at America’s Car Museum through April 25, 2019. Save the date for a screening of Bullitt and a Q&A with the car’s owner!

Winter Warmers at Hilltop Artists
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Winter Warmers at Hilltop Artists

January 25, February 22, March 29, 6-9pm

Jason Lee Middle School Hot Shop

602 N Sprague Ave, Tacoma

253.571.7670 | hilltopartists.org/winter-warmers

Looking for something to do on those cold winter nights?  Hilltop Artists presents Winter Warmers, a series of evenings where renowned artists provide inspiring demonstrations, with the assistance of our students, in our Jason Lee hot shop.  Join us as we enjoy some savory food, share some warm beverages (non-alcoholic), and make s’mores over the glory hole, all while watching the magic happen!

Tickets: $50 for an individual event ticket, $135 for individual tickets to all 3 events (January, February, March), $90 for a pair of tickets, & $225 for pairs of tickets to all 3 events (January, February, March) .

Jan
26
Sat
Cascade Christian Schools District-wide Open House
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Cascade Christian Schools District-wide Open House

January 26, 10am-2pm

All Five Campuses

253.841.1776 | cascadechristian.org

Prospective families are invited to come tour Cascade Christian Schools and find out more about how a private, Christian education with a biblical worldview – and a focus on every student, every day – will prepare their child to be a discerning leader and impact their world!

Unlocking McNeil’s Past: The Prison, The Place, The People
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Unlocking McNeil’s Past: The Prison, The Place, The People

January 26-May 26, 10am-5pm

Washington State History Museum

1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma

1.888.238.4373 | washingtonhistory.org

This exhibition presents the larger history of McNeil Island as a place, and the prison that opened there 143 years ago. The prison operated far longer than the better-known Alcatraz island prison. When the state’s correctional center on McNeil Island closed in 2011, it was the last prison in the nation only accessible by air or water. From its beginnings as a territorial prison through its tenure as a federal and state penitentiary, the story of McNeil illuminates how incarceration in the U.S. has changed over time, as seen through the evolution of the prison facility, itself.

The Magic of Louie Foxx
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm

The Magic of Louie Foxx  Louis Foxx

January 26, 2pm

Auburn Avenue Theater

10 Auburn Ave, Auburn

253.931.3043 | auburnwa.gov

Louie Foxx is the consummate kid that never grew up and it’s evident as you watch him interact with audiences of all ages. Howie Mandel called Louie’s performance on NBC’s America’s Got Talent “Fantastic” and the International Brotherhood of Magicians said Louie was “Incredible”. Audiences across the USA love Louie Foxx’s One-Man Side Show and you will too! Tickets: $10.