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Things to do: Gig Harbor Empty Bowls fundraiser, Spring at Chase Gardens, Taekwondo competition, STEM day at LeMay America’s Car Museum and more

Jan Hohman, President of Altrusa International Gig Harbor, far left, and fellow members and fundraiser ceramic artist pose with their work in 2016. Gig Harbor Altrusa is raising funds for their ‘Empty Bowls’ event.
Jan Hohman, President of Altrusa International Gig Harbor, far left, and fellow members and fundraiser ceramic artist pose with their work in 2016. Gig Harbor Altrusa is raising funds for their ‘Empty Bowls’ event. lgiles@gateline.com

Saturday-Sunday

Snowdrop weekend at Chase Garden Celebrate the beginning of spring with thousands of snowdrops and other early spring flowers. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Chase Garden, 16015 264th St. E., Orting. Adults $8, kids under 12 free. 360-893-6739. chasegarden.org.

Saturday

Annual Pacific Northwest Taekwondo Duel featuring athletes from Washington and Oregon in competition. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Mountain View Community Center, 3607 122nd Ave. E., Suite A, Edgewood. $5. 253-268-2874.

Family STEM Day — Pinewood Power. Design, build, tinker and learn together as you explore the world of automobiles and its relation to science, technology, engineering, art and math. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. LeMay — America’s Car Museum, 2702 E. D St., Tacoma. $10-$18. 253-779-8490, americascarmuseum.org.

Empty Bowls Gig Harbor Purchase an artisan-created bowl and receive a simple meal of soup and bread donated by local restaurants. Funds raised support a summer lunch program for local kids at risk of going hungry this summer. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Cheney Boys & Girls Club, 8502 Skansie Ave., Gig Harbor. $10-$40. 253-514-8908, altrusagigharbor.org.

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