Thursday Feb 22 @ 12:01 AM
ASUPS Election Day
ASUPS - Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound
    Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 28 @ 12:05 PM
Malign Portents: Path to Glory
Games Workshop: Tacoma Place – This will be the first round in our store's Path to Glory campaign. Games must take place in store and be completed by close of business Wednesday night. We will be using the warband construction rules found in the Path to Glory book*, with the exception that every play may field their corresponding Harbringer for FREE! We will be using the Realm of Battle: Shyish rules as well as the Malign Portent rules for all battles. These can be found on pages 48-56 of the Malign Portents campaign book. Participation will add followers to your warband and qualify points towards the Dread Solstice global campaign! Inquire in store or via messenger for further information. *If you are using battletomes Maggontkin, Legions of Nagash or an updated warband from the General's Handbook simply tell Steve or Tony at the end of your first game before rolling for advancement.
    Thursday Feb 22 - Feb 28 @ 12:05 PM
Dread Solstice Global Campaign Week 2
Games Workshop: Tacoma Place – From February the 15th, for six weeks, Games Workshop, Warhammer, and Independent stores across the world will allow you to take part in this campaign. Dread Solstice is a new kind of narrative campaign. Rather than fighting for your allegiance, you’ll be fighting to influence the future in a developing narrative. Starting with the first week, the story may progress down one of three paths – by winning battles and painting new warscrolls of units, you’ll be able to pick which path you want to follow. Your choices will reverberate across the rest of the campaign – perhaps one week you’ll opt to fortify, only to come under siege later, or a failure to recover an artefact in one instance could have dire consequences later. This won’t just be represented by the story but by rules for you to use in the games as the inhabitants of Mortal Realms react to the invaders in their midst… You can register your wins for your chosen option each week at your local participating store, and you’ll be able to contribute points from games you’ve played at home, too. All points must be reported in store. 1 point per victory in battle 1 point per newly painted warscroll The deadline for results each week is 7:00 PM Wednesday night – we’ll then collect your results and adjust the campaign to recognize the choices you’ve collectively made. After this, a new set of paths will appear, based on your previous decisions. More information is available at:
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 2:30 PM
Legal Problem-Solving: Hacking for Solutions
Seattle University School of Law – In this fast-paced program you will learn strategies for finding fast, effective, and comprehensive solutions to problems. Best of all, you'll be given an opportunity to practice these skills. Attendees and lawyers from Volunteer Legal Services and local firms will be given a chance to present to the group work challenges they face in their practice; attendees will then have the opportunity to work together in small groups to develop an answer and/or approach for solving the problems using the skills they have learned. At the end, each small group will have a few minutes to present their solution to a judging panel who, in good fun, will name a winner of the hackathon. This program is priced at only $39 for three credits to encourage you to try this new type of CLE. The program will be held at the Old Town Music Society Venue in Tacoma. So come, bring your problems, and together we will work to improve the profession for everyone.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 3:45 PM
National Engineers Week Balloon Cars!
Puyallup Public Library – Create and build your own balloon-powered car with LEGO bricks! Race your invention against other builders and test your skills. Recommended for children 6 and up. No registration is required.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:00 PM
Blue Skies Montessori Open-House
Blue Skies Montessori School Inc.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 4:30 PM
Fundraising Happy Hour at BJ's in Southcenter Mall
Northwest Center – Join us for a delicious way to raise funds for Northwest Center! On February 22nd from 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM, BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse in Southcenter Mall will be donating 20% of total food and soft beverage purchases (from all guests who bring in flyers for the event) to Northwest Center. See you there! Download the flyer here:
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:00 PM
Craft Night
Crescent Moon Gifts – Join Mimi for an evening of creative fun! Bring your current arts & crafts project and enjoy time with other creative people in the inspiring atmosphere of Crescent Moon Gifts! Check out the supplies exchange box and try some tea & cookies available to purchase in store. Free to all, $2.00 suggested donation for spare/borrowed supplies. This event will happen regularly if well attended!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Sherman Elementary PTSA, Tacoma WA – Our Science Fair has a new look! Save the date for the first ever Sherman Elementary STEAM Fair on February 22, 2018! Stay tuned for more information! Contact Tara Edmond with questions.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 5:30 PM
Canvas & Cookies
Destiny Charter Middle School – FREE community event, family paint night! Receive step-by-step painting instruction while enjoying a variety of treats! Arrive at 5:30 to enjoy pizza and a social hour. Instruction will begin at 6:00. This event is hosted by Destiny Charter Middle School and is open to the public! Come for the paint, stay to learn about our school, students and staff. RSVP required in order to attend. Please RSVP on the event page, or by emailing If your party is larger than 2 people, please inform us in the comment section or by email so we can plan accordingly. Learn more about enrolling at Destiny CMS at
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:00 PM
Transform Theater District: Community Event
Spaceworks Tacoma – Creative Colloquy Readings | Open Mic | Share Your Input (light refreshments will be served) This event is free and no registration is required. Visit Ticket link for more information about the plan. TRANSFORM is a project by Pierce Transit, City of Tacoma and Broadway Center For The Performing Arts, aimed at revitalizing Tacoma’s Theater District. The idea is to develop a plan to redesign the transportation and cultural hub framed by 9th and 11th Streets between Broadway and Pacific Avenue into a vibrant district at the core of our Downtown. Join us for this free community event to review the plan development and give input. We would love to hear your opinions about the future of the area!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:30 PM
Updated: ORLA Montessori Fall 2018-2019 Enrollment Meeting
Olympia Regional Learning Academy – 2018-2019 School Year Montessori Enrollment Meetings ORLA Montessori Enrollment Meetings will be for Pre-Kindergarten (4 by August 31) and Kindergarten (5 by August 31) grades only. Interested parents and/or Guardians must attend one mandatory 2018-2019 school year Information & Enrollment meeting to receive enrollment packet and Lottery space. Lottery paperwork is due in the ORLA office for Montessori classes on Friday, March 2, 2018 no later than 3:00 p.m. to be considered. After packets are validated, the lottery will be drawn on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Notifications to families for ORLA Montessori for Pre-Kindergarten (4 by August 31) and Kindergarten (5 by August 31) grades only will be by March 16th at the latest. Please attend either: February 22, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. -7:45 p.m. OR February 26, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. NEW DATE**
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:30 PM
YogaFaith Training Information Call with Michelle Thielen
YOGA FAITH – Searching for a place to belong? Find your flock RIGHT HERE...where ALL belong! Have questions on any of our training or how you can just hang out, unplug and plug into the True Source! We are an eternal family that GETS TO do life together before we get to Heaven! It is such an amazing journey to worship the Lord with all that we are! ALL that He created! If you want to know more or have questions, we want to answer all of them! We do these calls about 3-4 times a year, so please join us on 2/22!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 6:30 PM
Mon Oncle - Tacoma Sister Cities Film Festival
The Grand Cinema – MON ONCLE Comedy | 1958 NR. 1hr 57min CAST: Jacques Tati, Jean-Pierre Zola, Adrienne Servantie DIRECTOR: Jacques Tati SISTER CITIES FILM FESTIVAL | Biot, France In Jacques Tati's first color film, he again plays Monsieur Hulot, a man of simple means living an uncomplicated life. The home of Hulot's sister and brother-in-law is ultra-modern but holds no appeal for Hulot's nephew. So, the boy enlists his uncle's help in waging war on the modern world. ------------ Established by the City of Tacoma in 1956, the Sister City program has built positive international relationships with fourteen cities around the world. Tacoma's Sister Cities all have aspects similar or complementary to Tacoma's economic and civic character. Sister City program activities include Student Exchanges, Sports Exchanges, Performing Arts Festivals, Arts Exchanges and the Sister Cities International Film Festival, hosted this year at The Grand Cinema. The Grand Cinema is proud to partner with the Sister Cities program to showcase films from Tacoma's fourteen Sister Cities. Experience fourteen international films every Thursday, February 1 - May 3, 2018. Cultural presentations will begin at 6:30 PM, films will begin at 6:45 PM. Special thanks to the City of Tacoma and Sister Cities International for presenting these films.
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 7:00 PM
An Evening with Corey Harper
ASUPS - Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound – Enjoy an evening of live music with Americana/ Alt-country artist, Corey Harper! Corey Harper’s blend of acoustic Folk/Americana, Country and Blues pays homage and builds upon the storied singer/songwriters of past and present. As a guitar player, and songwriter, Harper crafted his sound from growing up around 60s/70s rock and soul music, as well as drawing inspiration from newer artists such as John Mayer and Ben Howard. Harper’s debut EP “On The Run” ambitiously showcases his lyricism, and melodic guitar playing that has caught the attention of many. The performance will take place in the Piano Lounge, outside of Diversions Cafe! Don't miss out! This free performance is brought to you by LYFT and ASUPS!
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 7:00 PM
ASUPS Campus Films: Kicks
ASUPS - Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound – Fifteen-year-old Brandon longs for a pair of the freshest sneakers that money can buy, assuming that merely having them on his feet will help him escape the reality of being poor, neglected by the opposite sex and picked on by everyone - even his best friends. Working hard to get them, he soon finds that the titular shoes have instead made him a target after they are promptly snatched by Flaco, a local hood. Brandon goes on a mission to retrieve his stolen sneakers. "Tipping, who also co-wrote the polished script, captures this unique mix of adolescent anxiety, urban decay and societal friction in a remarkably confident fashion." - Barry Hertz, Globe and Mail "What Tipping masters perfectly in the film is the constant ebb and flow of humor, and darkness, that runs through the narrative that is inner city boyhood." - Aramide Tinubu, Shadow and Act "A dangerous quest for a stolen pair of shoes becomes an odyssey through ravaged California minority neighborhoods where drugs are omnipresent and violence is never far away. It is a tale of lost innocence, absent fathers and rites of passage." - Robert Roten, Laramie Movie Scope Watch a trailer here:
    Thursday Feb 22 @ 8:00 PM
The Latona Family Band at The Swiss
The Swiss Restaurant & Pub – Come join us at The Swiss in Tacoma for a good time! Tasty food, beer and jams. What's not to like? Can't wait to see you there. The Latona Family Band is a Seattle-based Americana group that got its start singing around fires and at Seattle farmer's markets.
    Friday Feb 23 @ 9:00 AM
Mid-Winter Break Pottery Camp
Museo Art Academy – School'll be out, but Pottery Camp will be going strong! Working in low-fire ceramic clay, students will learn the basics of the potter’s wheel and standard hand-building techniques. Camps include a supervised Noon-1pm lunch hour (meals not provided). Ages 5-14 10% sibling discounts available (may not be combined with another discount) Learn More and Sign Up: Facebook Buddy Discount Available - details here:
    Friday Feb 23 @ 10:00 AM
Huge Quarter Sale and free giveaway
KIDZ KABOODLE – Giant month end Quarter Sale starting at 10am, Friday, February 23rd, followed by free giveaway of all donated items starting at 3pm! Picture for attention we anticipate about 5 times this much at time giveaway starts! Kids clothes of all sizes, shoes, toys and maternity!
    Friday Feb 23 @ 10:00 AM
Down Payment Assistance
Tacoma-Pierce County Association of Realtors – Cost: TPCAR REALTOR® members- $20.00 Non-TPCAR REALTOR® member- $25.00 Instructor: Amy Remington In this course you will learn: Often misunderstood ways to get a buyer in a home with zero down. 3 clock hours & light lunch included