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Feel Good Friday: National Ice Cream Day, Community Service and Mosaic Festival | A&E

Celebrate National Ice Cream Day

The Pastry Project is partnering with the Dairy Farmers of Washington to celebrate National Ice Cream Day this Sunday. The Pastry Project co-founders Emily Kim and Heather Hodge are sharing one of their favorite childhood traditions by giving away a sundae or cone of soft serve ice cream and topping for free to the first 100 people at their storefront located at 165 South Main Street, in Seattle’s Pioneer Square. More here.

Pride of Point Ruston

It’s Pride Month in Tacoma – and Point Ruston celebrates Sunday with a family event. Premier Mortgage Resources sponsors. Learn more here.

Willie Stewart Community Service Scholarship Honors 11 Pierce County High School Seniors

The annual Willie Stewart Community Service Scholarship recently honored 11 recipients from Pierce County high schools. This year marks the 22nd anniversary of the program, which recognizes a number of Pierce County high school students who demonstrate strong volunteer commitment to their community. More here.

Mosaic Festival Returns to Tacoma

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the 34-year-old festival previously known as Ethnic Fest is back with a new name but the same great entertainment. The Mosaic Festival takes place at Wright Park on July 23 and 24 from noon to 7 p.m. More here.

Art on the Ave returns this weekend

Join the 6th Avenue business district as it once again hosts Art on the Ave in Tacoma from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on July 16. The free event takes place between State and Alder streets and features works by more than 80 local artists in addition to offerings from the neighborhood. companies. Learn more here.