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Monthly Interfaith Women’s Tea

Islamic Center of Tacoma 31 Montana Avenue, Tacoma, WA, United States

July Presenters: St. Mark's Lutheran Church by the Narrows Hosted by: Islamic Center of Tacoma  

Free but registration requested

Bon Odori Festival

Tacoma Buddhist Temple 1717 Fawcett Street, Tacoma, WA, United States

Interfaith Women’s Tea – A Brief Introduction to the Quran

University Place Pierce County Library 3609 Market Place W, University Place, WA

This month's Interfaith Women's Tea will provide a brief introduction to the Quran. Ever wanted to learn more about Islam and the Quran. Led by the sisters of the Islamic Center of Tacoma. Join us! Download flyer here. **Note: This event is now moving back to the University Place Pierce County Library.**


Renters’ Readiness Class August 2023

To Be Determined

August 3rd - Accessing Community Resources August 11th - Financial Capabilities August 18th - Housing Provider/Tenant Relationships and Responsibilities August 25th - Fair Housing Basics-Understanding Your RIGHTS!


Puyallup Tribal Labor Day Powwow

Chief Leschi Schools 5625 52nd Street East, Puyallup, WA

PUBLIC WELCOME! Friday Grand Entry: 7pm Sharp! (First 15 Drums Receive Drum Pay) Saturday Grand Entry: 12 p.m. & 7 p.m. — Sunday Grand Entry: 12 p.m. Dance & Drum Competition Prize · Puyallup Tribal Royalty Contest · Native American Vendors · Native American Food Booths · Salmon Bake: Saturday 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.…

Pierce County Homeless Memorial

Shiloh Baptist Church 1211 South "I" Street, Tacoma, WA, United States

The Memorial Service on the 17th will remember people who died in March, April, May, June and July.  129 people died in these five months.  


Renters’ Readiness Class September 2023

To Be Determined

September 8th - Accessing Community Resources September 15th - Financial Capabilities September 22nd - Housing Provider/Tenant Relationships and Responsibilities September 29th - Fair Housing Basics-Understanding Your RIGHTS!


*** Please Note:  All events submitted to AM for approval and posting to our calendar must be in alignment with our mission (Working together toward lasting solutions to homelessness) and/or vision (Interfaith partners deeply engaged in transforming our communities).  We appreciate submissions regarding:

  • faith-based and interfaith events which allow people to grow in their faith and learn about one another;
  • faith community fundraisers that benefit vulnerable people in our community
  • opportunities for the community to learn about and serve vulnerable people in their communities

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