Community Events

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Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information listed. 
However, the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce assumes no responsibility for omissions, errors or changes  in  the material. 
We encourage you to confirm any item of interest with the event promoter.

 

June 30-July 3   (253) 752-7707

Tacoma Rainiers vs Albuquerque Isotopes

Cheney Stadium, 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma

The boys are back in town for another season of great baseball & family fun! Additional home games: July 10 – Triple-A Home Run Derby, July 12 – Triple-A All-Star Game, July 13-16 vs Fresno Grizzlies, July 21-24 vs Sacramento River Cats, Aug 3-6 vs Memphis Redbirds, Aug 7-10 vs Nashville Sounds, Aug 11-14 vs Reno Aces, Aug 19-22 vs El Paso Chihuahuas, Aug 28-31 vs Salt Lake Bees.  $13.50 adults, $12.50 children/seniors/military, $25.50 box set.

 

June 30-July 8    (253) 383-3900

Asia Pacific Cultural Center's "Samoa Cultural Day & Week"

Tacoma & Lakewood

Events include:

  June 30-July 2 – Tatau Festival by Whitey Chen, Greater Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma.

  July 3 – Community Prayer Service, Clover Park High School, Lakewood - 6:30pm.

  July 4 – Cricket League Championship Game, Mt Tahoma High School, Tacoma - 9am-3pm.

  July 5 – Fashion Show by UTOPIA, Clover Park Technical College, Lakewood – 6:30pm.

  July 6 – Youth Gospel Night, Clover Park High School, Lakewood – 6:30pm.

  July 7 – NHPI Youth Move It, Clover Park High School, Lakewood – 7:30am-2pm.

  July 8 – Samoa Cultural Day, Clover Park High School, Lakeood – 8am-6pm.
 

July 1   (253) 272-2336

Marymount Driver’s Ed Class: Ford Model T

Marymount Event Center, 325 152nd St E, Tacoma

9am-2pm.  This one-day class is a unique hands-on experience for any car lover -  it’s a wonderful chance to actually get behind the wheel of a Ford Model T vehicle.  Take the class yourself, or give the experience as a gift to a friend!  $175/person.  Call to reserve your spot.

 

July 2   (253) 507-9357

Gig Harbor Wings and Wheels Air Show and Car Show

Tacoma Narrows Airport, Gig Harbor

11am-4pm.  This event will feature many different aspects to include – multiple live aerobatic performances and fly-overs, dozens of planes on static display, a 200+ count car show, vendors, delicious food, a beer garden, and activities for the kids.  $20 general admission.

 

July 3-6   (253) 584-8770

Ryan Moore Junior Championship

Oakbrook Colf Club, 38102 Zircon Dr SW, Lakewood

Call for additional information.

 

July 4   (253) 507-9357

Tacoma Freedom Fair, Airshow & Fireworks Extravaganza

Tacoma Waterfront on Ruston Way, Tacoma

With a 40 year history, The Freedom Fair and Air Show, located on two miles of pristine waterfront, has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top July 4th Celebrations in the United States! This four-day destination event boast 7 Stages, an Air Show, multiple Car Shows, Camp Patriot dedicated to honoring our military heroes, an International Food Marketplace, a Media Day and a Pilot’s VIP Reception.

 

July 4   (253) 964-8121

City of DuPont "July 4th Celebration"

Clocktower Park, 1401 Palisade Blvd, DuPont

10am-2pm.  Award winning July 4th celebration. Free kids activities, music, inexpensive food and much more.  Free admission.

 

July 4   (253) 967-1110

Freedom Fest 2017

JBLM Cowan & Memorial Stadium, Joint Base Lewis-McChord

10am-10pm.   Freedom Fest offers a day of fun, food, carnival rides, games, fireworks and more!  Free admission.

 

July 4   (253) 983-7887

Lakewood Farmers Market

Lakewood City Hall, 6000 Main St, Lakewood

Tuesdays, 10am-3pm.  Shop local, shop fresh!  Right here at Lakewood City Hall.  Featuring fresh food, organic produce,  arts, gluten free items, sweet treats, crafts, live entertainment  and music, chef demonstrations and a Master Gardener  speaker series.  Additional dates: July 11, 18, 25.  Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.  Sept 5, 12.

 

July 4   (253) 565-1603

Tacoma Audubon Society Fort Steilacoom Park Bird Walk

Fort Steilacoom Park, 8714 87th Ave SW, Lakewood

8am.  A monthly guided walk.  Bring binoculars and a field guide (if you have one).  Birders of all ages and skill levels are welcome at this rain or shine activity!  Free admission.  

 

July 4   (253) 584-4177

Town of Steilacoom Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration

Lafayette St, Steilacoom

9am.  Fun run, street fair, beer garden, entertainment, ice cream social, parade, street dance.

 

July 5   (253) 582-9400

Lakewood Chamber Government Relations

Great American Casino, 10117 South Tacoma Way, Lakewood

7:30-9am.  Join us to meet with elected officials who are invited to attend this casual roundtable discussion ~ get up-to-date information about what is happening in our community and state so you can take away what impacts your bottom line.

 

July 5   (877) 24-BLOOD

Lakewood Community Blood Drive at Big Lots

5401 100th St SW, Lakewood

1:30-5pm.   Give Blood Save Lives!  For 70 years, Cascade Regional Blood Services has provided blood for patients at hospitals in Pierce and South King Counties. Before you donate, be sure to eat well and drink plenty of non-caffeinated beverages. Bring photo ID.

 

July 5    (253) 581-1912

Steilacoom Farmers Market

LaFayette & Wilkes St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 3-7pm.  Fresh produce, meat, cheese, flowers, and a variety of specialty foods and crafts will be  offered as well as prepared foods, perfect for picking up on the way to the concerts in the park.  Additional dates: July 12, 19, 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission

 

July 5   (253) 581-1076

Steilacoom Summer Concert Series

Pioneer Orchard Park, 1700 Commercial St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 6:30pm.  Additional dates: July 12, 19, 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission.

 

July 6   (253) 582-9400

Lakewood Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon

Great American Casino, 10117 South Tacoma Way, Lakewood

11:30am. Learn about Chamber programs and marketing opportunities.  Enjoy educational and informative speakers.  Great networking opportunity.  Reservations required.  Reservations required.  $20 members pre-paid, $30 at door.  $35 non-members.

 

July 6   (253) 566-5656

Curran Apple Orchard Park Concerts in the Park

3920 Grandview Dr W, University Place. In case of inclement weather, events will be held
at the Curtis High School Cafeteria, 8425 40th St W, University Place. 

6:30-8pm. Additional concert dates July 20.  Aug 3, 17. Free admission.

 

July 8   (253) 383-3900

Asia Pacific Cultural Center Taste of Asia with Tea

4851 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma

11am.  Featuring Japan.  Join us for a fun and tasty culinary journey of Asia and the Pacific Islands.  Learn to cook traditional foods from the many featured countries. Plus an addition of a Tea experience from that country.  $20/member.  $25/non-member.

 

July 8   (253) 983-7758

City of Lakewood SummerFEST

Fort Steilacoom Park, 8714 87th Ave SW, Lakewood

11am-11pm. One of South Sound's Biggest Festivals, with 15,000 participants! Enjoy a free, memorable music & outdoor festival, with a splash of the eccentric! See stilt Walkers, Extreme Trampoline Acts and Fire Dancers. Enjoy food trucks, a beer garden, live music presented by Extreme Entertainment.  Triathlon, 5k/10k/1mile races, bubble soccer, trapeze, International Festival, car show, vendors, kids zone, pet parade and movie at night.

Races:

9am - Sprint Triathlon

10:45am - 10k Race

11am - 5k Race

10:45am - Triathlon Awards Ceremony

11am – 6pm - Orienteering

12:30pm - Kids 1 mile Run

 

Activities:

11am - Opening CeremoniesTaiko Drummers & Dragon Dance

11am-3pm – Partners for Parks Car Show

11am-6pm - Passport to Sports & Art, Trapeze Classes & Extreme Trampoline Shows  

11am-6pm - Stilt Walkers

11am-6pm - Yoga in the Park, all day free classes!

11am-7pm - Kids Zone (Enjoy inflatables, climbing wall, pony rides, bouncy houses)

11am-6pm - Live entertainment, food trucks & vendors

11am-8:30pm - Food Trucks

11:25am - Extreme Trampoline Show by Aerial Assault Extreme Entertainment

11:45am-12:45pm - Live Music: Kuinka

11:45-5:30pm – Main stage live music

11:50am - Trapeze Show by Emerald City Trapeze Arts

12:50pm - Extreme Trampoline Show

1:15–2:30pm - Live Music: Tacocat

1:20pm - Trapeze Shoe

1:30-3:30pm - Lego Building Contest (must pre-register) 3:20 Awards

2:30-3pm - Car Show Awards Ceremony

3pm - Trapeze Show

3:30pm - Extreme Trampoline Show

4-5:30pm - Live Music: Spike & The Impalers

4:30pm  - Trapeze Show
5:30pm - Extreme Trampoline Show

6:30-7:30pm - Dog Contest Sign-up, presented by the Humane Society for Tacoma and Pierce County

7:30-8pm - Dog contests (Best Retriever & Best Trick)

8pm - Pet parade and Pet Costume Contest

8:30pm - Fire Dancers on the Main Stage

9:30pm - Movie at Night "Secret Life of Pets"

 

July 8   (253) 837-7758

City of Lakewood’s SummerFEST Triathlon 2017

Fort Steilacoom Park, 9200 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood

9am. Beginners to expert athletes will enjoy this spring triathlon that travels from American Lake to Fort Steilacoom Park.  ½ -mile swim starting and ending from the shore at American Lake Park; 14-mile bike course looped through the streets of Lakewood, Steilacoom, JBLM and Pierce County; and 3.1-mile run at Fort  Steilacoom Park

 

July 8   (253) 906-1346

Lakewood Sister Cities 17th Annual International Festival

Fort Steilacoom Park, Lakewood

Lakewood Sister Cities International Festival is joining Lakewood's Annual SummerFEST event to bring the diversity of the city to the community with international entertainment and food.  Free admission.

 

July 8   (253) 582-5838

Historic Fort Steilacoom SummerFEST Open House

Quarters 2, 9601 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood

10am-4pm.  Reenactors in period dress will show the historic buildings and answer questions about the U.S. Army during its occupation of Fort Steilacoom.  Donations accepted.

 

July 8   (253) 779-8490

Summer Drive-In Movie Series "Raiders of the Lost Ark"

LeMay - America's Car Museum, 2702 E D St, Tacoma

Select Saturdays this summer, join us for car-themed movies on the Haub Family Showfield. Parking for the show starts 4:30pm, with showtime at dusk (around 9pm).  Additional dates:  July 22, Aug 11, Aug 26. Free admission.

 

July 10   (253) 752-7707

Tacoma Rainiers Triple-A Home Run Derby

Cheney Stadium, 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma

The boys are back in town for another season of great baseball & family fun!  Additional home games: July 12 – Triple-A All-Star Game, July 13-16 vs Fresno Grizzlies, July 21-24 vs Sacramento River Cats, Aug 3-6 vs Memphis Redbirds, Aug 7-10 vs Nashville Sounds, Aug 11-14 vs Reno Aces, Aug 19-22 vs El Paso Chihuahuas, Aug 28-31 vs Salt Lake Bees.  $13.50 adults, $12.50 children/seniors/military, $25.50 box set.

 

 

July 11   (253) 983-7887

Lakewood Farmers Market

Lakewood City Hall, 6000 Main St, Lakewood

Tuesdays, 10am-3pm.  Shop local, shop fresh!  Right here at Lakewood City Hall.  Featuring fresh food, organic produce,  arts, gluten free items, sweet treats, crafts, live entertainment  and music, chef demonstrations and a Master Gardener  speaker series.  Additional dates: July 18, 25.  Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.  Sept 5, 12.

 

July 12    (253) 581-1912

Steilacoom Farmers Market

LaFayette & Wilkes St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 3-7pm.  Fresh produce, meat, cheese, flowers, and a variety of specialty foods and crafts will be  offered as well as prepared foods, perfect for picking up on the way to the concerts in the park.  Additional dates: July 19, 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission

 

July 12   (253) 581-1076

Steilacoom Summer Concert Series

Pioneer Orchard Park, 1700 Commercial St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 6:30pm.  Additional dates: July 19, 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission.

 

July 12   (253) 752-7707

Tacoma Rainiers Triple-A All-Star Game

Cheney Stadium, 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma

The boys are back in town for another season of great baseball & family fun! Additional home games: July 13-16 vs Fresno Grizzlies, July 21-24 vs Sacramento River Cats, Aug 3-6 vs Memphis Redbirds, Aug 7-10 vs Nashville Sounds, Aug 11-14 vs Reno Aces, Aug 19-22 vs El Paso Chihuahuas, Aug 28-31 vs Salt Lake Bees.  $13.50 adults, $12.50 children/seniors/military, $25.50 box set.

 

July 13   (253) 779-8490

Cruise-In at America's Car Museum

2702 E D St, Tacoma

5-8pm.  Cruise into ACM the second Thursday of each month, April through August. Cruise-Ins at ACM are free and family-friendly. Enjoy music by DJ Fred, Gravediggers BBQ, Thirst Responder beer garden, Queen of Pop, complimentary coffee & donuts, and enter to win prizes and people’s choice awards!

 

July 13   (253) 798-4177

Gross Out Olympics

Frontier Park, 21718 Meridian E, Graham

5:30-7:30pm. The Gross Out Olympics is becoming the biggest grosses event of the summer! Kids ages 3 and up will have fun in extreme gross out challenges such as, the Bologna Toss, Human Cheese Puff, Lemon Slurp and many many more! All Olympians earn a gold medal! $13 admission.

 

July 13-16   (253) 752-7707

Tacoma Rainiers vs Fresno Grizzlies

Cheney Stadium, 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma

The boys are back in town for another season of great baseball & family fun! Additional home games: July 21-24 vs Sacramento River Cats, Aug 3-6 vs Memphis Redbirds, Aug 7-10 vs Nashville Sounds, Aug 11-14 vs Reno Aces, Aug 19-22 vs El Paso Chihuahuas, Aug 28-31 vs Salt Lake Bees.  $13.50 adults, $12.50  children/seniors/military, $25.50 box set.

 

July 14   (253) 591-5339

Family Fun Night at Fort Nisqually

Point Defiance Park, 5400 N Pearl St, Tacoma

6pm-9pm. Children will race for saltwater taffy fired from the candy cannon as several cannon firings punctuate an evening of 19th century fun with the Fort’s living historians. Families are invited to bring a picnic dinner and join in scavenger hunts, games, contests, and dancing of the mid-1800s. Lemonade and ice cream available while supplies last! Event admission is $8-$10, and children 3 and younger are free.

 

July 14   (253) 798-4177

Movies in the Park "Homeward Bound"

Meridian Habitat Park, 14422 Meridian E, South Hill, Puyallup

Movies start at dusk.  This movie is a dog friendly movie and non-aggressive dogs are welcome. Grab a blanket and your favorite lawn chair for our Movies in the Park series. We will be offering four different family friendly movies in three different parks throughout the summer on our jumbo screen.  All the movies are free and start at dusk. Come early to play for preshow activities and games at 7 p.m. Concessions on site will also be available.

 

July 15   (253) 272-2336

Marymount Driver’s Ed Class: Ford Model T

Marymount Event Center, 325 152nd St E, Tacoma

9am-2pm.  This one-day class is a unique hands-on experience for any car lover - it’s a wonderful chance to actually get behind the wheel of a Ford Model T vehicle.  Take the class yourself, or give the experience as a gift to a friend!  $175/person.  Call to reserve your spot.

 

July 15   (206) 947-6996

The Revolution XXXIV

Pacific Lutheran University, Olson Gym, 905 124th St S, Tacoma

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gi & no-gi competition in the Pacific Northwest.

 

July 15   (360) 832-6117

Zoo Keeper Academy at Northwest Trek

11610 Trek Dr E, Eatonville

9:30am-6pm. Talk to keepers, watch animals up close, and see a showcase of enrichment toys and special food items that keepers use to encourage natural behavior in animals. Enrichments stimulate animals' curiosity, help them exercise, and even provide them with interesting ways to forage for their food. No registration required. All activities are free with admission.

 

July 16   (253) 383-9463

Port of Tacoma Annual Boat Tours

Thea Foss Waterway, 535 Dock Street, Tacoma

The free boat tours provided views of the working waterfront and some of the 29,000 jobs connected to port activities. The narrated tours featured fun facts about port history, development, tenants and customers.

 

July 16-17   (253) 617-7172

Tacoma Maritime Fest

Thea Foss Waterway,705 Dock St, Tacoma

10am-6pm.  This year’s festival will have a host of fun activities, roving entertainment, music, and food for the entire family to enjoy.   From a variety of ships to Quick & Dirty Boat Building, to tours of the waterfront and lots of activities for kids and kids-at-heart, there will be something for everyone.  Free admission.

 

July 18   (253) 983-7887

Lakewood Farmers Market

Lakewood City Hall, 6000 Main St, Lakewood

Tuesdays, 10am-3pm. Shop local, shop fresh!  Right here at Lakewood City Hall.  Featuring fresh food, organic produce,  arts, gluten free items, sweet treats, crafts, live entertainment  and music, chef demonstrations and a Master Gardener  speaker series.  Additional dates: July 25.  Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.  Sept 5, 12.

 

July 19   (877) 24-BLOOD

Lakewood Community Blood Drive at Big Lots

5401 100th St SW, Lakewood

1:30-5pm.   Give Blood Save Lives!  For 70 years, Cascade Regional Blood Services has provided blood for patients at hospitals in Pierce and South King Counties. Before you donate, be sure to eat well and drink plenty of non-caffeinated beverages. Bring photo ID.

 

July 19   (253) 582-9400

Lakewood Chamber of Commerce Commencement Bay Cruise

Commencement Bay, Tacoma

5:30-9pm.  Enjoy fantastic hors d’oeuvres, music, networking and a perfect event aboard "My Girl" with our members! Reservations required.  Payment required at time of reservation.  $40 members, $50 non-members.

 

July 19    (253) 581-1912

Steilacoom Farmers Market

LaFayette & Wilkes St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 3-7pm.  Fresh produce, meat, cheese, flowers, and a variety of specialty foods and crafts will be  offered as well as prepared foods, perfect for picking up on the way to the concerts in the park.  Additional dates: July 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission

 

July 19   (253) 581-1076

Steilacoom Summer Concert Series

Pioneer Orchard Park, 1700 Commercial St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 6:30pm.  Additional dates: July 26.  Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission.

 

July 20   (253) 566-5656

Curran Apple Orchard Park Concerts in the Park

3920 Grandview Dr W, University Place. 

In case of inclement weather, events will be held at the Curtis High School Cafeteria, 8425 40th St W, University Place.  6:30-8pm. Additional concert dates: Aug 3, 17.  Free admission.

 

July 21   (253) 591-5339

Friday at the Fort at Fort Nisqually

Point Defiance Park, 5400 N Pearl St, Tacoma

6-9:30pm.  Bring your friends and enjoy a summer evening party in the unique setting of Fort Nisqually and Point Defiance Park. The beauty of the Park at dusk surrounds you while live music adds energy and fun to the scene. Choose to kick back and relax or dance the night away. Quench your thirst and feed your hunger with local refreshments available for purchase including craft beers, Washington wines, and tasty snacks. Seating is on the lawn, so bring a blanket or a folding chair.

 

July 21-23   (425) 445-6028

Seattle Invitational at Fife

Dacca Field, 54th Ave E, Fife

Call for additional information.

 

July 21-24   (253) 752-7707

Tacoma Rainiers vs Sacramento River Cats

Cheney Stadium, 2502 S Tyler St, Tacoma

The boys are back in town for another season of great baseball & family fun!  Additional home games: Aug 3-6 vs Memphis Redbirds, Aug 7-10 vs Nashville Sounds, Aug 11-14 vs Reno Aces, Aug 19-22 vs El Paso Chihuahuas, Aug 28-31 vs Salt Lake Bees.  $13.50 adults, $12.50 children/seniors/military, $25.50 box set.

 

July 22   (253) 798-4141

Cinema on the Sound

Chambers Creek Regional Park, 6320 Grandview Dr W, University Place

Movies begin at dusk.  Pre-movie entertainment from 7-8:30 p.m. includes Bricks 4 Kidz and Wiggle Works. Food truck vendors with reasonable prices will also be on site..  Grab a blanket and come out not once but twice in the summer of 2017 for our FREE family event at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place! Bring the family and we'll supply the stars.  Free admission.

 

July 22   (253) 779-8490

Summer Drive-In Movie Series "Ghost Busters (1984)"

LeMay - America's Car Museum, 2702 E D St, Tacoma

Select Saturdays this summer, join us for car-themed movies on the Haub Family Showfield. Parking for the show starts 4:30 PM, with showtime at dusk (around 9pm).  Additional dates:  Aug 11, Aug 26.  Free admission.

 

July 22   (253) 305-1022

Swan Creek 5k

Swan Creek Park, E 44th St & T, Tacoma

9am.  Start your July morning off right with a run through the old Salishan neighborhood that is now known as Swan Creek Park. The course is along paved roads that are cushioned by trees to give runners a unique running experience.  $20/person.

 

July 22   (253) 383-2733

The Humane Society's "Dog-A-Thon"

Fort Steilacoom Park, 8714 87th Ave SW, Lakewood

9am-2pm.  The Dog-A-Thon provides vital support for innovative adoption programs, fostering for under-aged litters of puppies, kittens, and bunnies, treatment and rehabilitation for victims of cruelty, veterinary care for injured animals, and many other services.

 

July 23   (253) 305-1030

4th Annual Tacoma Food Truck Fest

Wright Park,  501 South I St,Tacoma

10:30am-6pm.  The afternoon will feature mobile food trucks from near and far, a beer garden and live entertainment on the main stage.  Free admission.

 

July 25   (253) 983-7887

Lakewood Farmers Market

Lakewood City Hall, 6000 Main St, Lakewood

Tuesdays, 10am-3pm.  Shop local, shop fresh!  Right here at Lakewood City Hall.  Featuring fresh food, organic produce,  arts, gluten free items, sweet treats, crafts, live entertainment  and music, chef demonstrations and a Master Gardener  speaker series.  Additional dates: Aug 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.  Sept 5, 12.

 

July 26   (253) 581-1912

Steilacoom Farmers Market

LaFayette & Wilkes St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 3-7pm.  Fresh produce, meat, cheese, flowers, and a variety of specialty foods and crafts will be  offered as well as prepared foods, perfect for picking up on the way to the concerts in the park.  Additional dates: Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission

 

July 26   (253) 581-1076

Steilacoom Summer Concert Series

Pioneer Orchard Park, 1700 Commercial St, Steilacoom

Wednesdays 6:30pm.  Additional dates: Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.  Free admission.

 

July 27   (253) 584-4106

Second City Chamber Series at Lakewold Gardens

12317 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Lakewood

6:30pm. Northwest’s finest musicians once again come together to perform entertaining chamber music in The Wagner House. Guaranteed to enrich and delight, come early for an evening stroll through the gardens and then relax to the moving sounds of the Second City Chamber Series.

 

July 28   (253) 798-4177

Concert & Movies in the Park "Sing"

Meridian Habitat Park, 14422 Meridian E, South Hill, Puyallup

7pm Pre-movie concert.  Movies start at dusk.  Arnold's Happy Days Food Truck on site. Grab a blanket and your favorite lawn chair for our Movies in the Park series.  We will be offering four different family friendly movies in three different parks throughout the summer on our jumbo screen.  All the movies are free and start at dusk. Come early to play for preshow activities and games at 7 p.m. Concessions on site will also be available.

 

July 28   (253) 305-1000

Kandle Park Sunset Cinema

Kandle Park,2323 N Shirley St, Tacoma

7:30pm  Activities begin.  8:45pm "Lego Batman" begins. Pack your snacks, blankets and lawn chairs and head to the park for a free outdoor movie for the whole family! Summer Bash – featuring Click! Mobile Movies – is a summertime tradition in Tacoma.

 

July 28   (253) 404-3651

Zoobilee 2017

Point Defiance Zoo, 5400 N Pearl, Tacoma

6pm-12am.  Guests will be washed ashore as “Castaways” and come together to experience entertainment, up-close animal encounters, and selection of signature bites prepared by local restaurants. Guests will have the opportunity to support the future of Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium through its animal care, education programs and conservation initiatives. Zoobilee will delight and entertain in ways it has never done. An event you do not want to miss. $225/person.

 

July 29   (253) 305-1000

Outdoor Movie at Ethnic Fest

Wright Park, 501 S I St, Tacoma

"Hidden Figures" begins at dusk.  Pack your snacks, blankets and lawn chairs and head to the park for a free outdoor movie for the whole family! Summer Bash – featuring Click! Mobile Movies – is a summertime tradition in Tacoma. Seating is on the lawn, so attendees are encouraged to bring blankets or folding chairs.

 

July 29-30   (253) 305-1000

Ethnic Fest

Wright Park, 501 S "I" St, Tacoma

12-7pm. Since 1986 Ethnic Fest has grown to become the largest celebration of culture and community in Tacoma. This family-friendly, free festival has grown in size and hosts Kid’s Zones, multiple entertainment stages, as well as numerous specialty arts & crafts, food and informational vendors. You are invited to apply to participate in Ethnic Fest and join us in celebrating 30 years of culture, community and festivities.  Free admission.

 

July 30   (253) 584-4133

Steilacoom Salmon Bake

Sunnyside Beach, Chambers Creek Rd, Steilacoom

12-4pm.  Live entertainment.