Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Tacoma Strong: Wednesday, April 8 2020

Ron Swarner

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Tacoma Strong: Wednesday, April 8 2020

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

Peaks and Pints is open from 11 a.m., to 8 p.m. today for to-go sales from our 13-door craft cooler, growler fills and take-out food. In addition, Tacoma Strong: Wednesday, April 8 2020 offers a few shout-outs to awesome people offering help and relief during the self-quarantining and sheltering in place. Be well everyone!

2 TO-GO BEERS

Narrows Brewing now has online ordering for beer delivery.

 

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Sig Brewing has update their curbside service.

 

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5 LOVES LOCAL

Michelle Douglas, executive director at the Emergency Food Network, reminds everyone that East West Cafe Proctor has takeout.

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Johnson Candy Company is open for all your Easter needs.

 

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Engine House No. 9 is open for takeout.

 

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LUX Coffee, a neighborhood coffee shop serving McKinley Hill, Tacoma, asks for help reopening.

 

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Today In Caring: Will someone check in with Bill Schlanbusch?

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3 Things To Do

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum has a “Fort Skills” Youtube channel.

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The Mountaineers Tacoma suggest checking out their new Virtual Education Center, a home base for accessing all of their virtual learning tools.

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The Tacoma Art Museum spoke with exhibiting artist Ryan Feddersen about her artistic practice and inspirations on their blog.

 

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