Join some of Tacoma's spring special events

Recurring Events

* Tacoma Runners Weekly

WHEN: Every Thursday year round, 630 – 730 PM

WHERE: Locations vary each week

WHAT: 5K, out and back, fun run, involving local restaurants and bars and people interested in running for fun

* Proctor Farmers Market

WHEN: Saturdays, Mar 24 – Dec 15, 9 AM – 2 PM

WHERE: N 27th Street, Proctor and Madison

WHAT: Farmers Market focuses on food products. Winter market is Jan. 13, Feb. 10 and Mar. 10 from 10 AM – 1 PM. Regular weekly market begins end of March, 2018.

Other Scheduled Events through April 

* Walk Tacoma

WHEN: Wednesday, April 4, 1200 PM – 100 PM

WHERE: Wright Park

WHAT: Walk Tacoma series sponsored by Downtown On The Go

* Daffodil Parade

WHEN: Saturday, April 7, 2018  1000 AM – noon WHERE: Pacific Ave between 9th and 24th streets

WHAT: Leg 1 of 4 for the 85th annual Daffodil Parade

* Tacoma Fill the Boot

WHEN: Thursday, April 12 – Friday, April 13, Thursday, April 26 – Friday, April 27, 8 AM – 5 PM

WHERE: S 38th Street and Steele Street

WHAT: Tacoma Firefighters fund raiser for muscular dystrophy

* South Sound Sustainability Expo

WHEN: Saturday, April 14, 2018  630 AM – 6 PM

WHERE: Tollefson Plaza

WHAT: Public event to address environmental sustainability

* Junior Daffodil Parade

WHEN: Wednesday, April 14, 2018  800 AM – noon

WHERE: Proctor Business District

WHAT: Parade of community youth groups

* Alma Mater Homecoming Procession

WHEN: Thursday, April 19, 2018  11 AM – 7 PM

WHERE: Fawcett Ave between S 13th and S 15th

WHAT: Grand opening procession of local artists

Ride for Major Taylor

WHEN: Sunday, April 22,  9 AM – 4 PM

WHERE: Start/Finish in White Center, route to pass through downtown before connecting to Ruston Way and Point Defiance ferry terminal.

WHAT: Fund raising ride hosted by Cascade Bicycle Club

WHAT: 12th annual Tacoma City Marathon

WHEN: Apr 28, 5:30 AM-Apr 29 3: PM

WHERE: Point Ruston

12th annual Tacoma City Marathon will start at Point Ruston, run through Ruston, Pt. Defiance, and Tacoma, finishing at Point Ruston.

– City of Tacoma

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