The popular flea market run by the Women's League of University of Puget Sound will be held this year on Saturday, March 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. More than 60 booths will offer antiques, collectibles, artwork, handcrafts, jewelry, home and garden items, furniture, clothing, locally-sourced foods, and more at Memorial Fieldhouse, near the corner of Union Ave. and N. 11th St in Tacoma. Admission is $5 and parking is free.
Proceeds from the event support University of Puget Sound scholarships for students. In total last year, the Women's League endowed scholarships provided $30,100 in financial aid to 13 talented Puget Sound students.
Tickets can be purchased at the door. For daily updates, visit the Women's League Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PugetSoundWomensLeague.
Join us for an evening of creative fun as you paint pottery and get together with your friends! We'll supply everything you need to have a great party, including drinks and snacks.
Here's how it works:
Select a piece of unfinished pottery
Choose your colors and paint your design
Leave your masterpiece with us to be fired
You pick it up in 7 days
Event fee: $15 + the price of the pottery you paint.
We can only seat 16 ladies, so call to reserve your spot now!
Throwing Mud Gallery2212 North 30th StreetTacoma, WA 98403(253) 254-7961www.throwingmudgallery.com
The Tacoma Buddhist Temple will cook up a mix of traditional and contemporary Japanese food at the 52nd Annual Sukiyaki Dinner on Sunday, March 2, 2014.
The fundraiser’s headline dish is sukiyaki, a one-pot meal of thinly sliced beef, saifun noodles, tofu, green onions and other veggies, all lightly sautéed in a flavorful broth. Temple members prepare the sukiyaki to order within view of diners.
New to this year’s menu is Rev. Kojo’s Miso Soup. Temple minister Kojo Kakihara and his wife, Masayo, developed their own version of this culinary staple to serve at the dinner. The centuries-old soup is traditionally made from a stock blended with soybean paste.
The dinner also features chicken teriyaki, beef kabobs, mochi cupcakes and mochi ice cream. Cme early before your favorite food sells out.
This year’s event leads up to the temple’s...
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Join us for this inspirational gathering as we celebrate TCH participants and families, share innovative new programs and raise critical funds to continue our mission to create opportunities for immigrants and other community members in the Puget Sound region. You won’t want to miss this celebration of inspiration, courage and hope!
Special Guest Speakers: TCH participants!
Space is limited and RSVPs are required.
Tables seat 10, and Table Captain opportunities are available. Sign up at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/104th-annual-luncheon-registration-9895132608.
While the luncheon itself is free, there will be a request fordonations during the program.