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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Apr
25
Thu
17th Annual Tacoma Sister Cities Film Festival @ The Blue Mouse Theatre
Apr 25 all-day

Tacoma Sister Cities will present its 17th Annual International Film Festival, taking place at The Blue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District from April 25th – 28th, featuring 10 international films, documentaries, and cultural performances.

This is the 17th annual Tacoma Sister Cities International Film Festival. This year, the format is a full weekend with opening night on Thursday, April 25th celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Tacoma-Kitakyushu Sister City relationship. The festival wraps up on Sunday, April 28th celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Tacoma-Gunsun Sister City relationship. The festival is designed to increase awareness of the Tacoma Sister Cities program, highlight cultural activities, and educate the Tacoma community about the linkages to countries and cities around the world.

Tickets are available for purchase online via Tacoma Sister Cities Facebook and Eventbrite. There are ticket options for everyone!

Tacoma Sister Cities is proud to bring its 17th Annual International Film Festival to The Blue Mouse Theatre. The 17th Annual International Film Festival will host an extended weekend festival style format instead of a weekly series for the first time.

The Blue Mouse Theatre is located at 2611 North Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407.

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The New Frontier with director Q&A and student short films (TCC Diversity Film Series) @ The Grand Cinema
Apr 25 @ 6:30 pm

Join us at The Grand Cinema for a screening of short film THE NEW FRONTIER followed by Q&A with director Kanani Koster on Thursday, April 25 at 2:00pm and 6:30pm as we continue the Tacoma Community College Diversity Film Series. Plays with student short films.

THE NEW FRONTIER explores and honors people of color’s histories and contributions to our country specifically from 1860-1895 a.k.a. the Old West. By subverting tropes and reclaiming classic American symbolism we hope to highlight the badass heroes we needed as kids.

Find trailer and tickets at:https://www.grandcinema.com/films/the-new-frontier/

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Apr
26
Fri
17th Annual Tacoma Sister Cities Film Festival @ The Blue Mouse Theatre
Apr 26 all-day

Tacoma Sister Cities will present its 17th Annual International Film Festival, taking place at The Blue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District from April 25th – 28th, featuring 10 international films, documentaries, and cultural performances.

This is the 17th annual Tacoma Sister Cities International Film Festival. This year, the format is a full weekend with opening night on Thursday, April 25th celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Tacoma-Kitakyushu Sister City relationship. The festival wraps up on Sunday, April 28th celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Tacoma-Gunsun Sister City relationship. The festival is designed to increase awareness of the Tacoma Sister Cities program, highlight cultural activities, and educate the Tacoma community about the linkages to countries and cities around the world.

Tickets are available for purchase online via Tacoma Sister Cities Facebook and Eventbrite. There are ticket options for everyone!

Tacoma Sister Cities is proud to bring its 17th Annual International Film Festival to The Blue Mouse Theatre. The 17th Annual International Film Festival will host an extended weekend festival style format instead of a weekly series for the first time.

The Blue Mouse Theatre is located at 2611 North Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407.

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ Dukesbay Theater
Apr 26 @ 7:00 pm

Tired of dry, boring Shakespeare? This 97 minute romp by three actors covers all the plays and the sonnets with a comedic twist. Expect some audience participation.

The Today Show described this show at theatremania.com: “If you like Shakespeare, you’ll like this show. If you hate Shakespeare, you’ll love this show!”

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Alien — Film Screening Tacoma @ The Grand Cinema
Apr 26 @ 11:00 pm

The Grand Cinema invites you to join us in celebrating the sci-fi masterpiece ALIEN, as the film turns 40 years old, with two late night Weird Elephant screenings April 26th and 27th.

After a space merchant vessel perceives an unknown transmission as a distress call, its landing on the source moon finds one of the crew attacked by a mysterious lifeform, and they soon realize that its life cycle has merely begun.

Find tickets and more info at https://www.grandcinema.com/films/alien/

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Apr
27
Sat
17th Annual Tacoma Sister Cities Film Festival @ The Blue Mouse Theatre
Apr 27 all-day

Tacoma Sister Cities will present its 17th Annual International Film Festival, taking place at The Blue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District from April 25th – 28th, featuring 10 international films, documentaries, and cultural performances.

This is the 17th annual Tacoma Sister Cities International Film Festival. This year, the format is a full weekend with opening night on Thursday, April 25th celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Tacoma-Kitakyushu Sister City relationship. The festival wraps up on Sunday, April 28th celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Tacoma-Gunsun Sister City relationship. The festival is designed to increase awareness of the Tacoma Sister Cities program, highlight cultural activities, and educate the Tacoma community about the linkages to countries and cities around the world.

Tickets are available for purchase online via Tacoma Sister Cities Facebook and Eventbrite. There are ticket options for everyone!

Tacoma Sister Cities is proud to bring its 17th Annual International Film Festival to The Blue Mouse Theatre. The 17th Annual International Film Festival will host an extended weekend festival style format instead of a weekly series for the first time.

The Blue Mouse Theatre is located at 2611 North Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407.

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ Dukesbay Theater
Apr 27 @ 2:00 pm

Tired of dry, boring Shakespeare? This 97 minute romp by three actors covers all the plays and the sonnets with a comedic twist. Expect some audience participation.

The Today Show described this show at theatremania.com: “If you like Shakespeare, you’ll like this show. If you hate Shakespeare, you’ll love this show!”

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ Dukesbay Theater
Apr 27 @ 7:00 pm

Tired of dry, boring Shakespeare? This 97 minute romp by three actors covers all the plays and the sonnets with a comedic twist. Expect some audience participation.

The Today Show described this show at theatremania.com: “If you like Shakespeare, you’ll like this show. If you hate Shakespeare, you’ll love this show!”

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Alien — Film Screening Tacoma @ The Grand Cinema
Apr 27 @ 11:00 pm

The Grand Cinema invites you to join us in celebrating the sci-fi masterpiece ALIEN, as the film turns 40 years old, with two late night Weird Elephant screenings April 26th and 27th.

After a space merchant vessel perceives an unknown transmission as a distress call, its landing on the source moon finds one of the crew attacked by a mysterious lifeform, and they soon realize that its life cycle has merely begun.

Find tickets and more info at https://www.grandcinema.com/films/alien/

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Apr
28
Sun
17th Annual Tacoma Sister Cities Film Festival @ The Blue Mouse Theatre
Apr 28 all-day

Tacoma Sister Cities will present its 17th Annual International Film Festival, taking place at The Blue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District from April 25th – 28th, featuring 10 international films, documentaries, and cultural performances.

This is the 17th annual Tacoma Sister Cities International Film Festival. This year, the format is a full weekend with opening night on Thursday, April 25th celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Tacoma-Kitakyushu Sister City relationship. The festival wraps up on Sunday, April 28th celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Tacoma-Gunsun Sister City relationship. The festival is designed to increase awareness of the Tacoma Sister Cities program, highlight cultural activities, and educate the Tacoma community about the linkages to countries and cities around the world.

Tickets are available for purchase online via Tacoma Sister Cities Facebook and Eventbrite. There are ticket options for everyone!

Tacoma Sister Cities is proud to bring its 17th Annual International Film Festival to The Blue Mouse Theatre. The 17th Annual International Film Festival will host an extended weekend festival style format instead of a weekly series for the first time.

The Blue Mouse Theatre is located at 2611 North Proctor, Tacoma, WA 98407.

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