Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Tacoma Strong: Wednesday April 1 2020

Ron Swarner

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Tacoma Strong: Wednesday April 1 2020

2 Beers, 5 Love Locals, and 3 Things To Do

Here is Tacoma Strong: Wednesday April 1 2020 with a few shout-outs to those offering help and relief during the self-quarantining and sheltering in place. Be well everyone!

2 TO-GO BEERS

Sig Brewing offers curbside growler fills outside their brewing under construction at 2534 Tacoma Ave. S.

 

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Peaks and Pints offers growler fills of Silver City Fat Woody Oak-Aged Scotch Ale.

 

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5 LOCAL LOVES

Support small business and send a cheerful greeting in times of uncertainty by purchasing a Plant Gram from The Fernseed. Each Plant Gram features a maker pot and potted plant, and a custom greeting, written by you, penned by Fernseed staff, and included in each package.

 

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Uber Eats has canceled delivery fees when you order lunch from local restaurants.

 

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The Pantry exists to provide free supplemental, nutritious, and culturally relevant food as well as hygiene items to all UWT students on campus.

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Wag Pet Market has a self-serve treat bowl in front of their store, which is open for business.

 

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Fierce County Cider is available for delivery. Call Wingman Brewers at (253) 256-5240 from 2-6 p.m. and ask for the cider.

 

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3 Things To Do

The Tacoma Public Library offers a Facebook Live “Storytime with Kate Larsen” at 10:30 a.m.

 

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Since Saturday’s Daffodil Parade is canceled (now we know it will rain on Saturday) the Tacoma Historical Society offers an online tour of past Daffodil Parades.

 

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Travel Tacoma offers a virtual tour of Tacoma at traveltacoma.com.

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Daffodil Parade photograph courtesy Tacoma Public Library