This calendar is the place to find fun events happening throughout Pierce County including Tacoma, Puyallup, , Lakewood and beyond.
Does a stroll through the park sound like a great way to spend your Saturday morning? At the Hunger Walk & 5K Run you can enjoy a morning of beautiful lake views and help your neighbors in need at the same time.
On May 5, Emergency Food Network is hosting the Hunger Walk & 5K Run at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood. Participants in this 38th annual event will walk around Waughop Lake or run in a chip-timed 5K. Family-friendly activities and live music are also provided at the start/finish line.
You don’t want to miss this musical brunch we are having. Featuring fabulous food and entertainment while you enjoy Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s as you enter. After brunch you’ll hear entertainment from our upcoming production of My Fair Lady. Live and silent auction items will be available for your bid! All proceeds’ benefit TMP’s many programs.
Actor/comedian Bill Chott is the night’s guest emcee at Centerforce’s Just Like You Gala Dinner & Auction. Chott is currently in the documentary “Too Funny to Fail” on Hulu. He is best known as Mr. Laritate on Disney’s “Wizards of Waverly Place.”
Tickets include a buffet dinner menu provided by ACT 3 Catering of Tukwila. Purchase tickets and register at
JDRF One Walk has one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We know you want to make a cure a reality too—and we can’t wait for you to join us!
When you participate in your local JDRF One Walk, the money you raise supports life–changing breakthroughs that give hope to everyone impacted by this disease. And, you’ll have a great time doing it! That’s because you’ll walk with a committed community that is passionate about doing whatever it takes to help turn Type One into Type None.
Take steps for a more inclusive, stronger community. Skills Inc. invites you to the first annual 5K for Abilities on May 12, 2018! Join us as we increase disability awareness, build community relationships, and celebrate people of all abilities.
Enjoy this flat, scenic course along the White River in Roegner Park. Registration includes a vibrant tech tee, race timing bib, and finish line photo. All are welcome!
Must register by April 27 to guarantee a shirt.
Strollers allowed, please start at the back.
Sorry, dogs not allowed unless a service animal. We want to ensure a safe and accessible course for all participants
Festival organizers expect another enthusiastic sell-out crowd for this year’s event with more than 25 breweries — and a cider booth — on hand to pour some of the most delicious brew in the South Sound area and beyond.Besides all the great suds, this year’s festival will also include live music, games, a slightly expanded event area — and Gig Harbor’s own Heritage Distillery will be on hand this year to pour their very-popular mini cocktails.
The Gig Harbor Beer Festival is a fundraiser event for the Gig Harbor Kiwanis.
Spaceworks’ third annual fundraiser will feature local music, art, dance party, and of course silent and live auctions with fundraising auctioneer Laura Michalek. Join the effort to strengthen our community and create opportunities for artists and creative entrepreneurs.
Dance into the night at Alma Mater’s outdoor patio and bar surrounded by surreal synths and awash in glowing color. Those who are unable to join the auction can purchase a separate ticket to join the party at 9:00 p.m. The highlight of the party will be headliner performances from local stars.
Inspire Hope, Honor a Child, Celebrate a Life.
The heart of our Rock & Walk is to let bereaved families know they are not alone. We strive to build awareness about pregnancy and infant loss by bringing the community together to support these families. As we rock in chairs or walk laps together, we honor the children whose names appear on butterflies lining the path and are reminded that we can find hope. We celebrate their lives by coming together as a the community and rallying around these families. We hope you will join us in supporting these families and honoring their children.