Monday (Nov. 2)
Seattle’s hip-hop legacy explored at new MOHAI exhibit
Explore and learn about the Northwest at the Museum of History and Industry, 860 Terry Ave. N., Seattle. There's plenty to see, including the new exhibit “The Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop” an interactive exhibit delving into the sights and sounds of the regions growing hip-hop culture with audio recordings, photos, artwork, artifacts and more. Also check out "The Bezos Center for Innovation" explores and showcases the region's history of innovation and; "True Northwest: The Seattle Journey" explores some of the trials and tribulations of Seattle on its journey from wilderness to world city. The museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, with admission of $17 for adults, $15 for senior citizens, $14 for students and military, and free for children 14 and younger. For more information, go to mohai.org.
Free presentations on Alzheimer’s and dementia care
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Take in one of the six part series “Oh My Gosh: Now What?’ talks taking a look at the questions and answers for families and individuals with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. The 6 p.m. presentation Monday will cover the topics How do I pay for care and what are the legal things I should do? The free events is at the Lakewood Senior Activity Center, 9112 Lakewood Drive SW. For more information call 253-798-4600 or go online to PierceADRC.org
Jazz bands join together for free concert at UPS
Join the University of Puget Sound Jazz Orchestra and director Tracy Knoop in a free concert that will also feature the music of the Pacific Lutheran Universty and Tacoma Community College jazz bands in a 7:30 p.m. performance. It is being held at Schneebeck Concert Hall on the UPS campus, 1500 N. Warner St., Tacoma. For more information call 253-879-3555 or go to pugetsound.edu/calendar
Edible Gardens Workshops Series delves into perennial gardens
The garden is put to bed but there is still lots to do and learn in the Edible Gardens Workshop Series - Perennial Edible Gardens. Learn how to grow a garden that returns year after year and the strategies for self-seeding plays and polycultures in a free class at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Come out to the WSU Puyallup Extension Victoria Room, 2607 W. Pioneer Ave., Puyallup. Registration is required; call 253-798-4655 or go online to piercecountywa.org/ediblegardens
Options and choices for long-term cared discussed at event
Learn about the choices available for retirement and care at the free Planning & Paying for Long Term Care presentation at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Hosted by Life Care Center of Puyallup, 611 10th Ave. SE, the center’s geriatic care manager will explain choices and options. For more information call 844-582-7767 or go to eventbrite.com/e/planning-and-paying-for-long-term-care-tickets