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Winterfest, Tukwila’s annual celebration to usher in the holidays, opened to excitement, along with a visit from Santa. The festivities included hot cocoa, cookies, live entertainment and the lighting of the Tukwila Community Center’s holiday tree.
The Museum of Flight's Honeywell Explorer Lecture on Dec. 11 features retired Boeing Co. engineer Bob Bogash presenting the story of Kelly Johnson, one of… Continue reading
Family Movie Nights on the big screen is offered regularly at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S., Tukwila.The next movie is at 6… Continue reading
The Tukwila Community Center is the place to catch big-screen movies in comfort with your family. Area residents are invited to bring their sleeping bags and blankets to get comfortable in the TCC gym, where Family Movie Night takes place. The first one is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Dec. 18.
Winterfest, a free family event, is at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Tukwila Community Center.
Take a tour through the ballot-counting process at the county elections center in Tukwila.
Fright Night was a big hit for Tukwila parents and their kids. The Oct. 28 event took place at the Tukwila Community Center and offered an indoor alternative to the door-to-door Halloween trek.
The recent cooler weather didn't stop these youngsters from going out and having fun last week in Tukwila. If you have photos of folks having fun in Tukwila, or any other Tukwila-related photo that you would be proud to see in print or on the Web, show us! Send your submissions to email@example.com, and we'll publish them for you.
Washington Global Health Alliance, Public Health - Seattle & King County, HealthPoint and Swedish on Oct. 11 announced a formal partnership aimed at disparities in local health-care. They're doing this through an initiative called Global to Local, a new approach in applying global solutions to local health-care challenges in under-served populations.
The Cascade Land Conservancy, City of Tukwila and Friends of the Hill on Sept. 18 celebrated completion of Phase I of the Duwamish Hill Preserve and its opening to the public.
Excitement reined Sept. 1 at Tukwila's Starfire Complex, as the Seattle Sounders beat Chivas USA 3-1 to advance to the finals in the US Open Cup tournament. See the slide show, and watch for an upcoming story from the Tukwila Reporter.
With balmy temperatures and clear weather, Tukwila Days went off without a hitch Aug. 21 from the Tukwila Community Center. A community staple since the 1970s, Tukwila Days has been drawing crowds to town for decades, and the Aug. 21 event was just as popular as always.
Walt Disney's "Princes and the Frog" (PG) is the final movie in the Summer Outdoor Cinema Series at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S. Free, but food donation for the Tukwila Food Pantry suggested. Lawn opens at 7:30 p.m., Aug. 20.
The Family Scrabble Game Night is a fun and innovative way for kids to develop vocabulary, spelling, math and spatial relation skills. It's 6 p.m.-8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 1, at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S. Fee is $3 per person.
The City of Tukwila, Cascade Land Conservancy and the Friends of the Hill will celebrate the opening of the Duwamish Hill Preserve on Sept. 18. The new park is a unique 8.6-acre cultural and ecological preserve along the Duwamish River. The event is 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and will include tours of the Hill and other activities, as well as a barbecue. RSVP by Sept. 10 to Tukparks@ci.tukwila.wa.us.
Registration begins Sept. 1 for the Youth/Teen Basketball League, provided by the Tukwila Parks and Recreation Department. Practices begin Nov. 29 for grades K-12. Tukwila residents qualify for a reduced fee. Qualified coaches are needed to volunteer for approximately 6 hours aweek. Team sponsorships are also available starting at $250 per team. For more information, contact Tukwila Community Center at 206-768-2822.
Before and after school programs are being offered by the City of Tukwila. The Early Birds Before School Program is every morning with games, projects, movies and more beginning at 6:30 a.m. A.S.A.P. After School Program includes games, crafts, homework help, music, fun, and at least 30 minutes of physical activities. A.S.A.P. runs until 6 p.m. Both programs are offered Monday – Friday on a monthly basis for grades K – 6 and follow the Tukwila School District calendar. Transportation to and from Tukwila schools and the program site ares provided by the Tukwila School District. Tukwila residents qualify for a reduced fee.
Brian Vogan, a songwriter, performer and childhood music educator, performs at the Peanut Butter and Jam Noontime Concert Series, Tukwila Community Center by Spray Park, 12424 42nd Ave. S. Noon Aug. 20.
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Tukwila's annual community festival is Saturday, Aug. 21, at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S.