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2017

Through June 3, 2017
NEW EXHIBIT AT Tacoma Historical Society Museum

April 2017
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23rd annual Historic Homes of Tacoma Tour

 Saturday, May 6, & Sunday, May 7

Tickets available beginning Saturday,

April 1,

at a variety of locations.


Monday, April 10
at 6:30 pm
( ...Note earlier time)

Tacoma Historical Society 27th Anniversary Meeting

“Bernice E. Newell’s Artist Course of Concerts”

And presentation of the Murray Morgan Award

& the Alan C. Liddle Award

Sydney Newell talks about the history, performers, and impact of her grandmother Bernice E. Newell’s Artists’ Course of Concerts, which will be featured in the upcoming Tacoma Historical Society exhibit

“Showtime in Tacoma,” opening June 8.

Murray Board Room

 Wheelock Student Center 

University of Puget Sound


 Sunday, April 23, 2017
2 pm:

“Annie Brown: Keeping the Light”

Meet Annie Brown, wife of Tacoma’s first lighthouse keeper Oscar Brown, as portrayed by living history re-enactor Victoria Pann.

Tacoma Historical Society Museum,
919 Pacific Avenue, (253) 472-3738

May 2017
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May 6 and 7
Historic Homes of Tacoma Tour


Monday, May 15, 2017

7 pm

Murray Board Room

Wheelock Student Center

University of Puget Sound

Karla Stover

Author of the newly published book

”Tacoma Curiosities: Geoduck Derbies & More”


Monday, May 29

11 am: Memorial Day Observance

Join us for the dedication of two new monuments honoring the memory of Pierce County’s military fallen from the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War. Co-sponsored by American Legion Post 2.

at 

Tacoma’s War Memorial Park

6th Avenue and MacArthur


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 3:30 p.m. on the second Thursday. The programs are free and open to the public.

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

( 253-752-6621 )


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