Feel Good Friday: Symphony, Brews, and Glass Art

Symphony Tacoma Debuts Musical Collage 

Tune in this Saturday to hear Symphony Tacoma’s Eternal Light: A Composition for Tacoma. It’s a musical collage of original works by local students inspired by Lux Aeterna, a movement in Mozart’s Requiem that expresses words of comfort and hope. You can listen to it on its YouTube channel on Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Learn more here.

Monkeyshine Project Celebrates 18 Years

The Monkeyshine Project is celebrating 18 years of spreading hope and joy through Tacoma. Each year, dozens of people donate hundreds of hours to organize and create 2,000 glass objects embossed with the year’s Chinese zodiac custom stamp because they believe in starting off the new year by spreading goodwill. The Monkeyshine Project is fully dependent on grants and donations and this year is no different. Consider paying it forward by making a quick donation to the Monkeyshine GoFund Me page. More here.

Brew Five Three To-Go

Tacoma Arts Live is teaming up with your favorite Northwest brewers and cideries. With three tasting kits offered, each kit features a variety of different cans and bottles, a pint glass, and fun swag from participating brewers and cideries. Don’t forget the music — every purchase will have access to a special brewer-curated Spotify list. More here.

Hilltop Artists Launch February Glass Sale

Are you looking for stunning and unique glass art locally made by talented youths for your Valentine? Hilltop Artists is just the place. Shop Feb. 5-12 for its February Glass Sale. Pick up your treasures at Jason Lee Middle School in Tacoma after you’ve placed your order. Learn more.

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