Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:45 AM
Northwest Spay and Neuter (Thurston County)
Regional Animal Services of King County – Appointments are required. Please call (253) 627-7729 to reserve your pet's shuttle accommodations. A transport employee will be in contact with you the day before surgery to confirm your appointment. We accept pet dogs, cats and feral cats in humane traps. Drop off is from 7:00am - 7:30am. Pick up will be at the same location at 9:00am the following morning. Please leave your pet in your vehicle until registration form(s) and kennel questions are completed. Please fill out one form per pet. Bring your pet in a hard, airline-styled kennel. We can provide one to you upon request at no extra charge. Make this request when you call to make your appointment. Do not feed your pet any food after midnight the evening before surgery. Water is okay. If your pet has any special dietary restrictions, please provide a labeled serving of their food at the time of drop off. For more information: http://www.nwspayneuter.org/spay- neuter/animal-shuttle.htm Please dress appropriately and allow up to 30 minutes to complete check in. Our transport department runs on a 2-person crew. Your patience is deeply appreciated. We look forward to caring for your pet(s) and thank you for entrusting us with your spay and neuter needs!
Thursday Jul 27 @ 9:00 AM
Insanity w/ Lucy
Coal Creek Family YMCA – Don't let our annual improvement week keep you from your workout. Join Lucy at Lake Boren Park for Insanity. This max interrval training uses plyometric drills with intervals of strength, power, resistance, and core training.
Thursday Jul 27 @ 9:30 AM
Sold Out-Toddler Time with Miranda July 27th
The Makery – Welcome to Toddler Time with Miranda! Pricing: 1 child- $20 2 children- $35 3 children- $45 Our sweet instructor Miranda has an extensive background in child care so we thought we would put those skills (and patience) to good use! Toddler Time is for younger kiddos with a shorter attention span. As all kids are different, we do not have age restrictions. Please read through the description to see if this would be something your child would enjoy! The workshop will be approximately 1 hour long. We will start by reading an interactive book about colors and how they mix, and then we will paint a sign together. You can choose from any of the 15 options shown and if you'd like your child's name below the image, please add it to the comments. Personalization is complimentary. All board backgrounds will be pre-painted white to save time during the class. Board size and material will vary between flat plywood and pallet wood (pictured) and will be approximately 8x8. We will also provide goldfish and a juice box for snack as we know little ones tend to get hungry doing anything. Unless it's dinner time of course (mom joke.) Maximum number of kids for this event is 8. We ask that there be at least 1 adult per 3 children. All kids in attendance must be registered, unless they are under 12 months old. You must stay with your child during the class. No refunds will be allowed for this class as space is extremely limited. To register 9:30am: http://themakerywa.com/register-for-a-class/toddler-time-with-miranda-july-27th-930am 11:00am: http://themakerywa.com/register-for-a-class/toddler-time-with-miranda-july-27th-1100am
Thursday Jul 27 @ 9:30 AM
Vacation Bible School - Day 4
Inspiration Bible Church – Join us for our Vacation Bible School, where kids will have fun while learning from the Bible. This is an great way for them to learn that the Word is not only alive and powerful, but is a fun and interactive part of every day life. Register today! When: Monday - Thursday, July 24-27 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm plus Wednesday night from 6:30 - 8:45 pm! Who: Children ages 2-12 Cost: FREE! (t-shirts are $10 each) Registration: www.ibc.myanswers.com/vbs2017
Thursday Jul 27 @ 10:00 AM
Field Trip to Pioneer Park
A Step Ahead in Pierce County – Summer Fun in the Water Park, don't forget the sun screen! Meet next to the Climber. Enjoy the Sprinklers, Bubbles and Frozen Treats!!!
Thursday Jul 27 @ 12:00 PM
Walk Puyallup 2017: South Hill
Kaiser Permanente Washington – Walk and talk with us at the 1st Annual Summer Walk Series! The City of Puyallup is partnering with Kaiser Permanente to get people walking this summer. The goal is to promote walkable communities by leading group walks that connect and inspire our community. The 1.5 mile walk will start and end in our parking lot. Light refreshments will be provided after the walk. More info: http://www.cityofpuyallup.org/1387/Walk-Puyallup
Thursday Jul 27 - Aug 2 @ 12:05 PM
Fate of Konor Week One: Astaramis
Games Workshop: Tacoma Place – Week one of Fate of Konor is underway! Games can be played anywhere, but mist be reported in store to earn points. If you field a start collecting set as part of your army you will recieve double points for your victory! This week will decide the fate of the planet Astaramis. Astaramis is a well-ordered and heavily defended hive world, the largest center of population in the Konor System and a potent symbol of Imperial dominance. Having gathered significant momentum with their early victories on the outskirts of the Konor System, the armies of Chaos spread out across the region like poison seeping into the blood stream of the Imperium. A vast segment of the Chaos armada descends upon Astaramis, the most populous planet in the system. With its teeming cities arranged in vast concentric rings, the well governed and prosperous hive world exemplifies the grand dream that is Ultramar. However, even Astaramis’ formidable orbital defence platforms and veteran garrison are not enough to hold back the oncoming tide. The Chaos armada launches waves of magmatic torpedoes, and macro-cannons obliterate planetary fortifications and engulf entire regiments of defenders in searing firestorms. Heretic Astartes and their allies slam to earth in blistering drop pod assaults, blasting apart anything that moves even as they march implacably onwards towards targets of strategic value. During the Great Crusade, the Ultramarines Primarch Roboute Guilliman made landfall upon Astaramis. In the centuries since, the population has come to regard him as a saint, raising vast statues and temples in his name. Hearts emboldened by the revelation that Guilliman has risen from his millennia-long slumber to defend Humanity once more, they fight on bravely in the face of an unceasing onslaught. From the shrines of Saviour’s Landing to the vast and imposing Quintus Gate, the streets echo with the unceasing chatter of las-fire and the dull thud of bolters and high-explosive rounds. Yet for all the tenaciousness and devotion shown by the people of Astaramis, they cannot stand alone. With every passing hour, the invaders push further inward, taking hab-block after hab-block. Xenos forces have also been spotted planetside, exploiting the confusion of battle in order to kill, loot or pursue their unknowable ends. Imperial forces have already been forced back as far as the hive's innermost spires, and the outer districts are little more than a rubble-strewn wasteland. If reinforcements do not arrive soon then Chaos will have gutted the Imperium’s greatest source of manpower in the Konor System, and destroyed a potent symbol of Imperial faith.
Thursday Jul 27 @ 4:00 PM
Blue Skies Montessori 20th Summer Picnic
Blue Skies Montessori School Inc. –
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:30 PM
Wine and Canvas Seattle/Tacoma – Come paint this beautiful image of the sun setting on the Puget Sound. Then look outside as we watch the real sunset on the Puget Sound as we overlook the waterfront for this event! *** MUST BE 21+ FOR THIS EVENT ***
Thursday Jul 27 @ 6:30 PM
Local Holistic Family Fun
Holistic Moms Network: Tacoma, WA Chapter – Please Join us for our July Monthly Meeting, we’ll be gathering for a discussion on local holistic family fun! Bring your ideas to share or just bring yourself and come to connect with others and hear their family fun ideas!
Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 29 @ 7:00 PM
Family Camp at Mason Lake
Inspiration Bible Church – It's back! After taking a break for a couple of years, we're heading out to Mason Lake again for Family Camp. Join us for this fun weekend camping with your IBC family! All spaces are first come, first served and registration closes Sunday, July 16. Sign up in the foyer today!
Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 28 @ 8:00 PM
Hannah Racecar, Survival Guide, Lungs & Limbs + more tba
Real Art Tacoma – Real Art Tacoma presents: Thursday, July 27th Hannah Racecar Survival Guide Lungs and Limbs + more tba $6 Adv. // $9 D.O.S. 7:00 Doors // 8:00 Show Always All Ages 5412 S. Tacoma Way www.realarttacoma.com **** Reminder that Real Art is a 100% Drug & Alcohol free space. We have awesome all volunteer staff and we strive to maintain a safe, inclusive and supportive community. Please consider the personal space you take up and respect those around you. Our venue is wheelchair accessible. Please ask if you have any questions. email@example.com ****
Friday Jul 28 @ 9:00 AM
EFN Mother Earth Farm Volunteer Event
Tacoma-Pierce County Association of Realtors – Join TPCAR's Member Services Committee as we are looking for volunteers to help work on the EFN's Mother Earth Farm. Mother Earth Farm is a unique farm-to-table program providing a fresh, organic food option to individuals and families in need within Pierce County. Volunteers help with planting, weeding, irrigation and harvesting. Be prepared to learn about farming, play in the dirt, and have some fun while helping to make a difference! We are looking for a 25 volunteers. If you are wanting to volunteer please sign up here. This is on a first come first serve basis. If you sign up and need to cancel please contact Tracy, firstname.lastname@example.org , she can open up your spot to someone else. No gardening/farming experience required. FAQs What are my parking options at the farm? There are three parking areas at the farm. Parking is available along the road next to the Mother Earth Farm's garage. Please park perpeindicular to the garage to allow as manny as possible to park. Parallel parking in front of the farm's picnic area, flower garden, and fence. Parking is also available on the other side of the road along the fence at the 3 Wisemen Tree Farm When parking please do not block the gates or park in their neighbor's driveways or yards. The road is used frequently by their neighbor's, so you will need to park your vehicle completely off the road. What do I bring? Close toed shoes, such as tennis shoes, boots or galoshes (sandals and flip flops are not permitted). If it has been raining, the fields may be muddy so be prepared to get mud on your shoes. Dress comfortably for the weather. Layers are recommended. Be prepared to get dirty! Rain coat. Gardening takes place rain or shine! Sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, lip balm). Gloves. If you have a favorite pair, you are welcomed to bring them, otherwise gloves will be provided. Since this is an organic farm, for many projects you can also go glove-free. WATER BOTTLE! Running water is on site for refills. Lunch and/or snacks. Volunteers are welcomed to bring a lunch and enjoy the picnic area after their volunteer session. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Tracy Gregory, TPCAR Member Services Coordinator email@example.com 253-473-0232
Friday Jul 28 @ 9:00 AM
Summer Camp | Pottery
Museo Art Academy – 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). Add it to a Mon-Thu camp to create a full 5-day week of camps or attend just the Friday camp. Ages 5-14 10% sibling discounts available (may not be combined with another discount) Learn More and Sign Up: http://www.museoart.com/summer-camps-2017.html Facebook Buddy Discount Available - details here: http://www.museoart.com/buddy-discount.html
Friday Jul 28 @ 10:00 AM
Goodguys 30th Pacific Northwest Nationals
Goodguys Rod & Custom Association – Friday Nite Vintage Drags Race Car & Driver - $50.00; General Admission (ages 13+) - $20.00; Kids (ages 7-12) - $6.00 The Goodguys summer-swing continues with a stop at the 30th Pacific Northwest Nationals. Giant Car Show at the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup, WA the weekend of July 28-30! Starting Friday, over 2,500 of the Northwest’s finest hot rods, customs, muscle cars, trucks and classics will pack the Washington State Fair Events Center for the whole family to explore and enjoy! On Friday night, head out to Pacific Raceways in Kent, WA for the Friday Night Vintage Drags featuring Nitro Funny Cars & More! For complete details and to register your vehicle or purchase tickets, visit www.good-guys.com. #ThePlaceToRace
Friday Jul 28 @ 10:00 AM
Puyallup Public Library – Meet a superhero in your community - a Puyallup Police Officer! Ask questions, listen to a story, and take your picture with a local superhero. This program is for ages 3 - 5, and no registration is required. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Puyallup Public Library. Visit our Kids Summer Reading page to find out more about this year's program: http://puyalluplibrary.org/891/Kids-Summer-Reading
Friday Jul 28 - Jul 29 @ 10:00 AM
Corps-Wide Yard Sale!
The Salvation Army Tacoma Corps – We're having a Corps-wide Multi-family Yard Sale next Friday and Saturday (July 28-29) at the Corps building! If you have something to get out of your garage/attic/closet, lets sell it together! 1110 S. Puget Sound Ave. Tacoma, WA 98405 Bring your friends! Your family! Your neighbor!
Friday Jul 28 - Aug 4 @ 3:00 PM
Cruising In Advanced Dental Sleep Medicine 2017-Alaska Cruise with Region 11
Washington Academy of General Dentistry – Course Description: 20 Continuing Education Credits SUBJECT CODE: 162 (Lecture & Participation) •Screening for Obstructive Sleep •Apnea in the Dental Practice • How Does Oral Appliance Therapy Help Treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea? • Oral Appliance Designs and Fabrication • Implementation of Systems, Office Flow and Integration Into Your Practice •Documentation, Medical Billing and Reimbursement for the Dental Practice •Marketing Your Dental Sleep Medicine Practice • Communicating with Physicians and Sleep Laboratories • Building Dental Sleep Teams for Success Participants Will Learn: • How to Build and Maintain a Solid Dental Sleep Medicine Practice • How to Select an Oral Appliance • How to Communicate with Physicians • How to Bill Medical Insurance & Get Paid • An Efficient Scheduling Protocol • How to Master Case Presentations • How to Handle Patient Objections Conference Sessions generally take place on days at sea (as itinerary allows), giving you plenty of time to enjoy your meals, evenings and ports of call with your companion, family and friends. Questions? Call us at 800-422-0711. We can assist you with all your travel arrangements. We'd be happy to help you plan your flights, hotels or tours before and/or after your cruise conference.
Friday Jul 28 @ 5:30 PM
Chakra Series Class #1
Crescent Moon Gifts – Week 1: Intro to Chakras (This will be a basic overview of what will be taught over the next 7 weeks, and the type of information that you will receive. We will also go over basic supplies that you may want during the course of the class) Participants are encouraged to take all the classes, but dropping in to a single class is also permitted. $15 per class or pay for the entire series in advance for $125. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Future Classes- 8/4 Week 2: Root Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 8/11 Week 3: Sacral Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 8/25 Week 4: Solar Plexus Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 9/1 Week 5: Heart Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 9/8 Week 6: Throat Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 9/15 Week 7: 3rd Eye Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 9/22 Week 8: Crown Chakra (You will learn where this chakra is, and how to get in tune with it, using various techniques provided. Learning how to get in touch with this chakra, we will cover foods, sounds, stones, colors, names, scents, etc.) 9/29 Week 9: Chakra Conclusions (We will cover any details that you would like to go over again, and answer any questions that you still have.)
Friday Jul 28 @ 6:00 PM
Joyfield, Michelle Limanni, Greater Space, Seatrash
Real Art Tacoma – COSMIC STATE RECORDS & REAL ART TACOMA PRESENTS: Joyfield Michelle Limanni Greater Space Sea Trash $10 @ The Door// $7 Advanced 6:00PM Doors // 7:00 PM Show// RSVP// Donations will be accepted on site for Seattle Children's Hospital. **** Reminder that Real Art is a 100% Drug & Alcohol free space. We have awesome all volunteer staff and we strive to maintain a safe, inclusive and supportive community. Please consider the personal space you take up and respect those around you. Our venue is wheelchair accessible. Please ask if you have any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org ****