Tacoma Spring Fest has been rebranded for the season and returns as Tacoma Summer Fest. This Friday and Saturday head to Point Ruston for a colorful festival with more than 75 artists, makers, and food trucks lining Main Street. With different vendors selling homemade food, handmade jewelry, handcrafted decor, and much more, there is something for everyone. Learn more about the small business event here.
Help say farewell to The Peace Bus, a humanitarian aid organization, as it embarks on a journey across the nation. The 27-day Manifest Humanity Tour will kick off Aug. 14 at Tacoma’s Anthem Coffee. The Peace Bus, driven by the organization’s founder Kwabi Amoah-Forson, will cruise all the way to Washington, D.C., with an intent to speak to President Joe Biden. Along the way, the bus will donate books about peace, love, and understanding to kids in major cities. Stop by Anthem Coffee next week for storytime, live music, a free book raffle, and complimentary drinks for the kiddos. Learn more here.
The annual IN THE SPIRIT Arts Market & Northwest Native Festival is back this year. The Washington State History Museum, Museum of Glass, and Tacoma Art Museum will host the in-person event with free entry to each museum. Celebrate and learn about the indigenous nations, cultures, and history in the region this Saturday, Aug. 7, with native art exhibits, indigenous music and dance, and an arts market. Learn more here.
Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards and E-gamer Marcel Cunningham, along with Comcast, awarded the Al Davies Boys & Girls Club with grants and technology donations this week. With a $10,000 contribution and 40 laptops, Comcast’s donation will help the club continue to serve Tacoma families and provide aid to low-income students. Learn more about the donation and event here.
The first electric vehicle charging station has made its debut at the Pear Orchard Park and Ride in Shelton. The park and ride reopened with improvements including expanded parking space, a shelter, Mason Transit’s very first electric charging station, and more. The addition is a step in the state’s commitment to improving access to renewable and alternative modes of transportation. Learn more here.
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