Feel Good Friday: Gardening, Cajun Food, and Arts Funding

Take an Edible Garden Class 

Spring is in the air — and that means it’s time to start planting. Harvest Pierce County is hosting a free virtual class series all on edible gardens. Catch the next one March 27 at 10 a.m. and learn how to start your vegetables from seed. More here.

CreoleSoul Opens in Des Moines

The Cajun food truck now has a permanent place in Des Moines. The restaurant’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was held March 24. In addition to sharing yummy Southern meals, CreoleSoul helps feed the homeless. Learn more here.

Deluxe Pineapple Mule

(Sponsored) Now all you need is an umbrella, sunglasses, and a beach. Learn how to make this drink here.

Tacoma Arts Commission Awards Funds to 24 Local Artists

The Tacoma Arts Commission recently awarded $72,000 in Tacoma Artists Initiative Program funding to 24 Tacoma-based artists. “Artists contribute to the collective expression and healing of our city and show up with that spirit now more than ever. We are thrilled to support the creative economy and look forward to the opportunities these artists foster for our community,” Tacoma Arts Commission chair Rosie Ayala said. Learn more here.

Museum of Glass is Reopening April 2

MOG is reopening the first weekend of April. Come on down and welcome the Hot Shop Team back to the Cone and explore two new exhibitions, Counterparts: Glass + Art Elements and René Lalique: Art Deco Gems from the Steven and Roslyn Shulman Collection. More here.

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