Lemonade for a Cause
When life gave sisters Kate and Quinn lemons, they didn’t just make lemonade. The entrepreneurial siblings now run a floating lemonade stand on Lake Union for thirsty kayakers, sailers, and swimmers. Quinn & Kate’s Lemonade donates a third of proceeds to charity and funds microloans for women globally. Learn more about Quinn & Kate’s Lemonade by visiting the stand’s social media.
Tacoma Arts Live Caravan Chronicles
This Saturday and Sunday, Tacoma Arts Live hits Wapato and Stewart Heights Park for an innovative theatrical experience. Theater Simple’s Caravan Chronicles brings interactive public art performance to the community. Staged as a family reunion, the performance centers around a vintage Airstream trailer with laughs for the whole family. Learn more here.
Join the Deer Ridge Memory Care team and Olivia Koelsch in raising money to help support the Alzheimer’s Association. Through a cookie fundraiser, proceeds will go toward funding Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. The fundraiser follows Koelsch’s successful yoga fundraiser. Learn more about the fundraiser here.
Wine subscription box company Crunchy Red Fruit is now offering a bevy of curated tasting experiences at its warehouse, virtually, and from home. Find out about different opportunities to try various sommelier-curated wines here.
Funding for Local Cultural Events
Tacoma Venue & Events set aside $96,000 in funding for events highlighting and celebrating cultural diversity. The funds, split up between organizations with amounts ranging from $2,500 to $10,000, will cover special-event costs, including performers and marketing. Learn more about the organizations chosen and Tacoma’s commitment to supporting the city’s diverse neighborhoods here.