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2014

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Monday,  Sept. 8, 2014 

7 pm

Murray Board Room, Wheelock Student Center, University of Puget Sound

 

Dr. Ronald E. Magden

“Candymaker: The Life and Times of Fred Haley”

October 2014
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Monday, Oct. 13, 2014 

7 pm

Murray Board Room, Wheelock Student Center, University of Puget Sound

 Paul Curtiss

Tacoma Street Railways


Sunday, October 19, 2014

Tacoma Historical Society’s

8th Annual Destiny Dinner

at the American Lake Conference Center

in partnership with

Lakewood Historical Society.
With Joint Base Lewis McChord as sponsor.


Thanking our sponsors, donors, attendees and volunteers who made our 2013 Destiny Dinner Event such a success. To download the list, click here …



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Monday,  Nov. 10, 2014 

7 pm

Murray Board Room, Wheelock Student Center, University of Puget Sound

 Laura Edgar

 Northwest artist Abby Williams Hill

Save the date ...

Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 3, 2015

21st Annual Historic Homes of Tacoma Tour


Landmark Series spotlights Tacoma-area history 

The Landmark Series of local history talks is a cooperative effort of the Senior University program of the Franke Tobey Jones retirement community and Tacoma Historical Society. Programs are generally scheduled for 3 p.m. on the second Thursday. The programs are free and open to the public.

Franke Tobey Jones is at 5340 North Bristol St. in Tacoma.

( 253-752-6621 )

To download a schedule of programs at
retirement centers,
click here ...


 Heritage Series highlights Tacoma-area history 

The Heritage Series of local history talks is a cooperative effort of the Peoples Retirement Community and Tacoma Historical Society. Programs are generally scheduled for 2 p.m. on the first Thursday. The programs are free and open to the public.

Peoples Retirement Community
is at  1720 E. 67th St., Tacoma
. (253-474-1741)

To download a schedule of programs at
retirement centers,
click here ...


The Bridgeport Series of local history talks is a cooperative effort of Bridgeport Place and Tacoma Historical Society. The programs are free and open to the public. Bridgeport Place is at 5250 Bridgeport Way W. in University Place.
253-565-1960

To download a schedule of programs at
retirement centers,
click here ...

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