Community Events

Date Event Description Time / Location

African Children's Choir

There is no admission for this event.  A free will offering will be taken.  This is a family friendly event. 

If you'd like flyers or promotional videos, contact Debe Loeber at 253-845-7508.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): None

 Event Sponsor: Puyallup Nazarene Church

 Phone Number: (253) 845-7508

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INFO 7pm, Puyallup Nazarene Church, 1026 7th Ave SW, Puyallup

Grand Opening with Ryan Stevenson

Come celebrate the Grand Opening of the all new Ministry Center with recording artist Ryan Stevenson and evangelist Christian Holst! Italian sodas, espresso and refreshments available. A family friendly event; this is open to everyone.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): FREE

 Event Sponsor: Drenched Ministries & FBC of Marysville

 Phone Number: (425) 876-4255

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INFO 7pm-10pm, First Baptist Church of Marysville, 4011 81st Pl NE, Marysville

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K

The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting more than 300 communities to finish the fight.

Making Strides walkers turn awareness into action by helping raise more than $60 million for the American Cancer Society each year to save more lives from breast cancer. Today, we’re leading the way in transforming breast cancer from deadly to treatable and from treatable to preventable. The progress we are making together is nothing short of remarkable. But we need your help to finish the fight.

Join us for the walk on Saturday, October 11 at 9:00 am at Tacoma’s Theatre Square (900 Broadway). Activities begin at 9:00 am. Walk begins at 10:00 am. The walk is a non-competitive, 5K that ventures through beautiful downtown Tacoma. Teams of friends, family and/or co-workers are encouraged! All ages are welcome. Register for Strides and raise donations online at For more information, contact Rhonda Kirkes at or 253-207-5152.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): Free

 Event Sponsor: American Cancer Sciety

 Phone Number: (253) 207-5152

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INFO 8am-2pm, Tacoma's Theatre Square, 900 Broadway, Tacoma

Dinosaurs: Monsters of the Ancient World (Apologetics Symposium)

Dinosaurs: Monsters of the Ancient World (Apologetics Symposium)

 Seminar by Bruce Barton


Evolutionary theory holds that dinosaurs dominated the earth during the Age of Reptiles, some 230 to 65 million years ago, before mammals evolved. Then they were all killed off by some catastrophic event, generally supposed to have been an asteroid strike. But mounting evidence indicates that although there was a cataclysmic event in the past, some dinosaurs survived. Hundreds of clues from many different cultures around the world lend support to the contention that they were around much more recently than 65 million years ago. If this is true, serious questions are raised about dinosaur evolution and the evolutionary timescale. Bruce Barton

 This talk will introduce the subject of dinosaurs, and present evidence from paleontology, archaeology, legends, old chronicles, and the Bible that stories of ancient monsters were more than just myths. This evidence will undergird the case for recent creation and the accuracy of the Bible.

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 About the Speaker:

Bruce Barton has degrees in meteorology and theology, with studies in engineering and graduate work in atmospheric sciences. Mr. Barton was an instrumentation engineer in Research and Development for Weyerhaeuser Company until retirement.

 He has a broad background as a teacher and speaker to groups of all ages in a wide range of subjects including science and technology, aviation, and Bible topics, particularly apologetics. He has been speaking and teaching on the creation–evolution controversy for ten years. He also serves on the boards of directors for the 7 Wonders Museum at Mt. St. Helens and the Creation Association of Puget Sound (

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 Event Admission Fee (if any): Free

 Event Sponsor: NW Creation Network

 Phone Number: (206) 465-1635

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INFO 7:30pm, Cedar Park Church, 16300 112th Ave NE, Bothell

Seattle Marathon Volunteers

Interested in joining one of the nation's top running events as a volunteer?  The Amica Insurance Seattle Marathon 2014 is looking for volunteers. Join in the fun!  No specific qualifications are necessary and there are plenty of positions to fill.  To volunteer, call Amber at the marathon office at 206-729-3660 or visit  The 44th anniversary event takes place on November 29 and 30, but the volunteer need is now and during the weeks just before the events.

 Phone Number: (206) 729-3660

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INFO Varies, Seattle Center, Westin Hotel, 1900 Fifth Ave, Seattle

The Lights of Christmas

Northwest holiday tradition, The Lights of Christmas features over one million lights in creative display plus five entertainment stages, children’s activities, gifts, food, overnight packages, and more, for the entire family!  Located in Stanwood, WA at Warm Beach Camp, this one-of-a-kind holiday extravaganza stretches across approximately 15 acres, with seven uniquely themed areas.

Event Admission Fee (if any): $10-$15.00

Phone Number: (800) 228-6724

Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center
20800 Marine Dr.
Stanwood, WA 98292

INFO 5-10pm December 4-7, 11-14, 18-23, 26-30., Warm Beach Camp and Conference Center
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    In a rapidly changing world, KCIS remains the one constant in serving radio listeners with its original calling for 6 decades. As part of CRISTA Ministries, our mission at KCIS is to love God by serving people. We’ve been so blessed to have you supporting our ministry for the past 60 years. We look forward to another 60 years in the community just as well. Click through to view the video! Read More
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