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Wright Park & WW Seymour Conservatory

April 15, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

Wright Park  &  WW Seymour Conservatory 316 South G St. Tacoma, WA 98405   Here’s our video adventure   Park Features 27 Acre Arboretum Conservatory & Gift Shop Trails for walking, jogging, & biking Art & History Artifacts Pond with Viewing Bridge (& Fearless Ducks)  Public Restroom Water Fountain Environmental Education Center Playground Spray Ground Horseshoe Pits Basketball Court Lawn Bowling / Bocce Ball Green Playground Amenities Good for: Ages (2-5 yrs) & Ages (5-12 yrs) The park is designed to adapt to all children, with ramps to transfer and spin and seat transfer elements. […]

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2017 Movies in the Park – Pierce County Parks & Recreation

March 29, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

  Movies in the Park 2017   Join the community for Movies in the Park every other Friday night throughout July and August.   Pack your snacks, blankets and lawn chairs and head to the park for a free outdoor movie for the whole family!   Times are approximate and movies will start when it is dark enough. Movies are cancelled during rain or high wind.     July 28th ‘Homeward Bound 2′  Meridian Habitat Park   July 28th ‘Sing‘  Meridian Habitat Park   August 18th ‘Storks‘  Sprinkler Recreation Center   July 28th […]

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2017 Gig Harbor & Tacoma Egg Hunts

March 26, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

  Gig Harbor   Uptown Easter Egg Hunt Uptown Gig Harbor April 8th   |   10:00 AM Meet at the fountain near Bloom for the Egg Hunt and Easter Bunny meet and greet.   Spring Easter Egg Hunt Sehmel Homestead April 15th   |   12:00 – 2:00 PM   |   Suggested Donation: $2/child The Spring Easter Egg Hunt runs throughout the event so every child is guaranteed a chance to find eggs and win a great prize. Egg hunts are divided into small age groups for children up to 5th […]

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Movies in the Park 2017 Lineup

March 20, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

  The City of Gig Harbor has announced the lineup for… Movies in the Park 2017   Join the community every Friday night at Skansie Park throughout July.   The free outdoor movie night begins July 7th and will run until July 28th at the newly renovated Skansie Brothers Park.   The new Welcome Plaza at the park hosts expanded restroom facilities along with a second floor viewing plaza.   This program is provided to our community by our returning sponsors of Taylor Thomason Insurance and MultiCare Gig Harbor Medical Park.   Special […]

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2017 Lineup for Summer Sounds at Skansie

March 14, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

  The City of Gig Harbor has announced the lineup for… Summer Sounds at Skansie 2017   Join the community for a wide variety of music every Tuesday in Skansie Park throughout the summer.   The free outdoor concert series begins June 27th and will run until August 15th at the newly renovated Skansie Brothers Park.   The new Welcome Plaza at the park hosts expanded restroom facilities along with a second floor viewing plaza.   All concerts start at 6:30 PM and are held rain or shine.   The concerts are sponsored by […]

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10 Gyms in Gig Harbor to Help Reach Your 2017 Health Resolutions

March 7, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

I bet I can guess one of your New Years Resolutions… Get Healthy. You could get a free book on a paleo diet and and cook it yourself or you can order from a meal prep company like Knife Fork Spoon, then all you have to do is incorporate regular exercise into your plan for the year. Which should be super easy given all the gyms popping up everywhere (which is awesome!) I have highlighted 10 Gig Harbor Gyms that I thought looked interesting. Or maybe you need to get […]

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Are You Ready to RUMBLE… Earthquake Preparedness in the PNW

February 23, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

  Earthquake Preparedness: Have you been feeling a little earth shaking lately? Our Last major earthquake was the Nisqually Quake that occurred, February 28th, 2001. Washington Earthquakes are known as a triple threat. They are unpredictable and inevitable. Here are some tips to help you get ready…   Before an Earthquake: Make a Emergency Plan with your Family: Find safe areas in your home to cover yourself during an earthquake (ideal places are under desks or tables) Practice DROP, COVER, & HOLD ON. Create a plan of how you are going […]

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Imagine being hungry… 1 in 4 kids go hungry during summer break…

February 16, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

The Altrusa of Gig Harbor Foundation is at it again this year! Empty Bowls is back for it’s 2nd year. Help raise the funds to feed the 1 in 4 children in Gig Harbor who are at risk of going hungry during the summer months. Last year, the Empty Bowls event raised $1,200 to provide 4,071 lunches to 889 children through the Boys and Girls Club of Gig Harbor over the summer. It’s easy to help.  Join the community Saturday, February 18, 2017 11:00 am–2:00 pm at the Boys & […]

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game… Gig Harbor Baseball Registration is OPEN!!

February 15, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

It’s that time of year again… Gig Harbor Baseball Registration!! PenMet Parks has merged with the Peninsula Athletic Association to offer Spring Baseball for all ages. Sign-up now as registration will be closing soon… There is also a baseball camp being held in July, but registration hasn’t opened yet. There is a little more information below. Pre-Kindergarten Little Sluggers T-ball (ages 4*-6) *4 years old by 1/1/2017 * Little Sluggers is a great way to introduce your kid to Baseball in a fun and learning environment. The season is just […]

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Helpful Tips: Wet Winter Storms Edition

February 7, 2017 Posted by: Beth Winslow

Washington Winter Storm Tips   Winter storms in the Pacific Northwest vary significantly. It can range from a tolerable snow that falls over a few hours to a full out blizzard that keeps you immobile for several days.  Every community will be affected differently due to the vast differences in each region all over Washington state. Many winter storms are accompanied by dangerously low temperatures and sometimes by strong winds, icing, sleet and freezing rain. Regardless of the severity of a winter storm, you should be prepared in order to remain […]

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