May brings us both sunshine and showers, so we’re looking forward to spending time both indoors and outdoors! We’ve put together our top picks of family-friendly Pierce County events for the month here for whatever sort of weather May brings. Admission to each event on our list comes at no cost, and no registration is necessary.

Plus, if you’re out and about in Pierce County, keep an eye out for some colorful gifts! Greentrike staff have hand painted and hidden eye-catching rocks throughout various locations in Pierce County. If you find one, we’d love to know – make sure to tag us on social media with #GreentrikeRocks!

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Family Movie Sing-Along: Moana

Family Movie Sing-Along: Moana

Summit Library Meeting Room | May 1

Watch a beloved movie, sing along, and create a Hawaiian lei to take home at the Summit Library to celebrate Asia Pacific Heritage Month from 3 – 5 p.m.! The Summit Library is located at 5107 112th Street East in Tacoma.

10th Annual Korea Day

10th Annual Korea Day

Asia Pacific Cultural Center | May 4

From 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., visit the Asia Pacific Cultural Center at 3513 East Portland Ave in Tacoma for a celebration of Korean culture! Enjoy tasty food, live performances, fun activities, and more with the community!

Koinobori: Make Your Own Japanese Carp Windsock

Koinobori: Make Your Own Japanese Carp Windsock

South Hill Library | May 5

Families are invited to create their own Koinobori at South Hill Library from 2 – 3 p.m. at 15420 Meridian East in South Hill.

Old Town Craft & Music Fest

Old Town Craft & Music Fest

Tacoma’s Old Town Park | May 6

Looking to have a crafty time? The Job Carr Cabin Museum is inviting families to Tacoma’s Old Town Park at 2350 N 30th St. for music, children’s activities, and more from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.!

STEAM Night

STEAM Night

Swasey Library | May 8

Bring the whole family together to explore concepts of science, technology, engineering, art, and math, also known as STEAM. Join us at Tacoma Public Library locations for an evening brimming with playful discovery and creation from 4 – 5:30 p.m. at 7001 6th Ave in Tacoma.

STEAM Night

STEAM Night

Bay Terrace Community and Education Center | May 22

Bring the whole family together to explore concepts of science, technology, engineering, art, and math, also known as STEAM. Join us at Tacoma Public Library locations for an evening brimming with playful discovery and creation from 4 – 5:30 p.m. at 2550 S G St in Tacoma.

Ashford Family Day

Ashford Family Day

Ashford County Park | May 18

Join the community for a day of games, hiking, and more at the Ashford County Park at 29801 SR706 in Eatonville from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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