Pierce County Events Calendar

This calendar is the place to find fun events happening throughout Pierce County including Tacoma, Puyallup, , Lakewood and beyond.

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Feb
17
Mon
Mini Boat School at the Gig Harbor BoatShop @ Gig Harbor BoatShop
Feb 17 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Gig Harbor BoatShop is offering a unique boatbuilding experience running 3 days per week over the course of 3 months. More than a weekend workshop and less than a full-year boat school program, this three-day per week opportunity will sharpen your wood working skills and immerse you in the boatbuilding traditions of Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard.

Taught by master boatbuilding instructor Patrick Mahon, the Monday through Wednesday, 12-week class might best be characterized as a ‘mini boat school.’ The hands-on traditional boatbuilding experience begins with lofting, then boat construction – including mold-making, planking, engine placement, finish work and all steps in between. Upon completion of the program, students will have the skillset to build their own traditional wooden boat. If you live locally the three-day per week class will provide time for other commitments. If you are from out of the area you’ll have time to explore the great Pacific Northwest.

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Feb
18
Tue
Mini Boat School at the Gig Harbor BoatShop @ Gig Harbor BoatShop
Feb 18 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Gig Harbor BoatShop is offering a unique boatbuilding experience running 3 days per week over the course of 3 months. More than a weekend workshop and less than a full-year boat school program, this three-day per week opportunity will sharpen your wood working skills and immerse you in the boatbuilding traditions of Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard.

Taught by master boatbuilding instructor Patrick Mahon, the Monday through Wednesday, 12-week class might best be characterized as a ‘mini boat school.’ The hands-on traditional boatbuilding experience begins with lofting, then boat construction – including mold-making, planking, engine placement, finish work and all steps in between. Upon completion of the program, students will have the skillset to build their own traditional wooden boat. If you live locally the three-day per week class will provide time for other commitments. If you are from out of the area you’ll have time to explore the great Pacific Northwest.

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TRIVIA @ Black Fleet Brewing
Feb 18 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Black Fleet Brewing Trivia offers 2 rounds of 20 questions each. Teams can be made up of one to 6 people. Prizes vary from week to week. Winners can choose from Complimentary meals, T-Shirts, Hats and more depending on the round!

Every TUESDAY from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

*NOTE: We will not have Trivia on February 11, 2020

Enjoy a refreshing beverage – Craft Beer, Craft Sodas, Cider or Coffee, delicious food and good company.

Register today or drop in.

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Hey Singers! 
Feb 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Hey Singers! 

Hey, Singers, be our guest to explore Tacoma’s largest a capella chorus in the barbershop style at 7 pm, every Tuesday. Join us at 602 N. Orchard. tacomavocalstandard@gmail.com or Facebook: TacomaVocalStandard

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Feb
19
Wed
Native Tree Planting with Nisqually Land Trust @ Middle Mashel Protected Area
Feb 19 @ 8:45 am – 12:00 pm
Mini Boat School at the Gig Harbor BoatShop @ Gig Harbor BoatShop
Feb 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Gig Harbor BoatShop is offering a unique boatbuilding experience running 3 days per week over the course of 3 months. More than a weekend workshop and less than a full-year boat school program, this three-day per week opportunity will sharpen your wood working skills and immerse you in the boatbuilding traditions of Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard.

Taught by master boatbuilding instructor Patrick Mahon, the Monday through Wednesday, 12-week class might best be characterized as a ‘mini boat school.’ The hands-on traditional boatbuilding experience begins with lofting, then boat construction – including mold-making, planking, engine placement, finish work and all steps in between. Upon completion of the program, students will have the skillset to build their own traditional wooden boat. If you live locally the three-day per week class will provide time for other commitments. If you are from out of the area you’ll have time to explore the great Pacific Northwest.

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Feb
20
Thu
Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually! @ Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
Feb 20 @ 5:30 pm

Bring friends and family for a fun game of suspense at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum! Teams race against the clock to piece together information that helps them solve clues and puzzles to unravel a mystery. Arrested and Trapped feature unique puzzles and themes. Make plans to play them both!

Escape Fort Nisqually is a collaboration between Metro Parks Tacoma, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, and Labyrinth Escape Games out of Portland, Oregon.

Must be 14 years or older to play.

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Arrested: Escape Fort Nisqually @ Fort Nisqually Living History Museum
Feb 20 @ 6:00 pm

Bring friends and family for a fun game of suspense at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum! Teams race against the clock to piece together information that helps them solve clues and puzzles to unravel a mystery. Arrested and Trapped feature unique puzzles and themes. Make plans to play them both!

Escape Fort Nisqually is a collaboration between Metro Parks Tacoma, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, and Labyrinth Escape Games out of Portland, Oregon.

Must be 14 years or older to play.

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Love & Money @ Theatre on the Square
Feb 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

When a couple begins to understand each other’s unique attitudes and behaviors towards money, they can take action to align their values and practice wise financial habits. The result is a life that is more content, confident and generous together.

Thrivent Member Network – Pacific Cascade Region presents a special event: Love & Money. Enjoy a date-night style evening to hear stories, tips and tools for building shared money habits, while having a fun night out!

This lighthearted event will feature a cocktail reception, live music and interactive panel discussion with Founder and President of Life-Worth, LLC, John Busacker.

Grab about couple or two to join you and your significant other. Space is limited. Please register each individual guest. For questions, contact the Thrivent Member Network – Northwest Region team at tmn.northwest@thrivent.com or 855-249-4741.

No products will be sold. John Busacker, Founder and President of Life-Worth, LLC is not affiliated with or endorsed by Thrivent Financial.

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Breaking Molds & Building Community: Tacoma’s Founding Mothers @ Old St. Peter's Church
Feb 20 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Tacoma’s Old Town has a special sense of community that embraces strong individuals and for that, we can thank some of our earliest residents. Learn about three of them as Job Carr Cabin Museum presents Breaking Molds and Building Community – Tacoma’s Founding Mothers.

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