Gary Turner helps his five-year-old daughter Grace Turner to use chopsticks for the first time at Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 50th annual Sukiyaki Dinner fundraiser in 2012.
Gary Turner helps his five-year-old daughter Grace Turner to use chopsticks for the first time at Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 50th annual Sukiyaki Dinner fundraiser in 2012. PETER HALEY Staff file, 2012
Gary Turner helps his five-year-old daughter Grace Turner to use chopsticks for the first time at Tacoma Buddhist Temple’s 50th annual Sukiyaki Dinner fundraiser in 2012. PETER HALEY Staff file, 2012

Things to do: Tacoma Buddhist Sukiyaki dinner, TAM free community festival, film screening, history talk and more

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