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Pierce County Council meeting coming to University Place

In an effort to make government more accessible, the Pierce County Council brings its weekly meeting to various locations across the County several times each year.

Residents are invited to attend when Councilmember Connie Ladenburg hosts the Council meeting on April 16 at 6 p.m. at the Environmental Services Building, located at 9850 64th Street West. University Place is part of Councilmember Ladenburg’s district 4.

Cider Squeeze

The Curran Apple Orchard Cider Squeeze is another orchard-related activity - and this year it takes place on August 25, 2019 from noon to 4 p.m.

Crunchy red apples and delicious golden cider are among the highlights at the annual squeeze.Toss apples into old fashioned cider presses, meet The Big Apple and Johnny Appleseed and enjoy bluegrass music at this long-time FREE U.P. tradition.

UP for Arts Chili Cookoff & Country Western Fundraiser

This UP for Arts fundraiser will be held at United Church and will benefit the Forever Friends sculpture project. Check back - more event details are expected soon.

Visit the UP for Arts website.

Community Connection Place "Camp Connection"

Camp Connection will take place from June 24 to August 16 at Evergreen Primary. Hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registration fee is $60, and the weekly rate is $160 per week/per child.

 

Historical Society Presents Dale Wirsing

The University Place Historical Society is excited to have Dale Wirsing on Thursday, March 14, starting at 7 p.m., presenting "Galloping Gertie and Titlow Tales."

The program will take place at the U.P. Historical Society Museum, Suite D2 in Windmill Village, 3715 Bridgeport Way West.

Attendance is free and refreshements will be provided.

For more information on U.P. Historical Society events visit uphistoricalsociety.org.

 

Historical Society Garden Tour - Day 2

Join us for this year's annual U.P. Garden Tour!

The U.P. Garden Tour is now in its ninth year. Sponsored by the U.P. Historical Society and multiple local businesses and organizations, the tour is a fundraiser for the society and its efforts to create a history museum for our community.

Historical Society Garden Tour - Day 1

Join us for this year's annual U.P. Garden Tour!

The U.P. Garden Tour is now in its ninth year. Sponsored by the U.P. Historical Society and multiple local businesses and organizations, the tour is a fundraiser for the society and its efforts to create a history museum for our community.

Duck Daze

Fun, food and a parade!!! It's all a part of the upcoming University Place Duck Daze on Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m. With free and easy garage parking, the best parade around, great food and the chance to meet with your Fire & Police folks, it's a day you and your family will NOT want to miss!

To participate in the parade please complete a registration packet.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call us at 253.460.2517. 

2019 Parade Registration Packet

Caring at home is key to healthcare - Cancelled

About eighty percent of us will need some form of long term care in our lifetimes. Most of that care, including assistance with basic personal tasks, will be provided in the home, not in an expensive health care facility. While many families pay for care out-of-pocket or through health insurance or long-term care insurance, there are also alternative resources that may help families pay for care.

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