Federal Way Harmony Kings Barbershop Chorus encourages all interested males to visit a rehearsal and hear more for yourself!
We meet every Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Federal Way.
Need a ride or want more information? Contact Lanny Gleason / (425) 372-6231.
Hope to see you soon!
Peeled Bananas Comedy Night presents a brand new comedy open mic to the downtown scene. Every Tuesday starting at 7:30 p.m. come on out and enjoy hilarious performances from some of the Pacific Northwest’s most promising comedians.
B Sharp also has an assortment of delicious foods, coffee, and beer; the perfect venue for Fall and Winter entertainment. Comedy is just a bonus! The last Tuesday of the month is our showcase.
Maybe even give it a try yourself! Follow Peeled Bananas Comedy Night on Facebook to sign-up for the open mic. Sign-ups are every Sunday at noon and are done via commenting on a post made by the Peeled Bananas page. 15 spots, 4 mins each. 18+ recommended.
Join us along the Nisqually River for another fun-filled morning of invasive weed control! This week we will be at our Lower Reach protected area removing scotch broom. This is another important step forward in the restoration of this site, and we could use your help!
If interested, please contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (360) 489-3400 ext. 106.
For a full list of upcoming events, visit http://nisquallylandtrust.org/calendar/
Thank you! We hope to see you there!
Every Wednesday night at Tacoma Comedy Club we have Open-Mic Night! This is where dreams are made, and nightmares come true. This night has everything from professional comedians working out new material, to comics getting on stage for the very first time. The best part is, it is FREE! There is no cost to attend open-mic night, and it is happy hour all night. So if you want to get a laugh, feel better about your life, and have a couple drinks, then Tacoma Comedy Club is the place to be on Wednesday nights! (Must be 18 or older to attend).
If you are interested in performing, e-mail email@example.com between Thursday at noon, and Monday at noon, before the Wednesday you want to perform. If you are selected you will be notified by Tuesday at noon. If you are not selected just continue to try each week. The more weeks you e-mail, the more you will be selected to perform. If you plan on bringing a group of friends let us know, that will improve your chances. If you are not selected we still encourage you to come watch the show. If you arrive between 7 and 7:30 you can sign up for a drawing. We pick one comic the night of to perform. You will get three minutes when you first start, and can work your way up to four or five minute sets. Please e-mail if you have any questions.
Re-boot and repair your relationship with your body! It is possible to love your body, independent of how much you weigh, or what number appears on the labels of your clothing. This 6-week course is designed to empower you to do just that. We’ll walk you through proven strategies for building a healthy body image, healing from years of negative and destructive self-talk, and more. Come prepared to work hard, have fun and experience an amazing transformation!
Join us on Thursday, April 27, 2017 for Dining Out For Life in the South Sound!
Dine out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in one of our participating restaurants and a percentage of your check will be donated to PCAF (Pierce County AIDS Foundation). PCAF is a local, nonprofit organization that serves people affected by HIV. To learn more about the prevention and care services that Dining Out For Life supports, visit our website at www.piercecountyaids.org!
Because when you eat out on April 27th, you create hope and healing in the HIV community, combat stigma, and increase knowledge and prevention. Do good, dine out!
For a list of participating restaurants, click here.
The Thursday night beer run started in January, 2010, with just seven runners. It’s a social run that now exceeds one hundred runners nearly every week of the year. Thousands of people have joined this run from every corner of the region.
The Thursday night run is approximately three miles long. This distance is a night off for some; it’s aspirational for others.
For more information about this event, click here.
Run location changes weekly. Check Tacoma Runners’ website regularly to find out where we’ll be running next.