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Tag: Immanuel Presbyterian Church

July
27th

Critic’s Picks: B2 Gallery, Cathedrals rock at Immanuel Presbyterian, Java Tacoma and late-night Thursdays at Tacoma Att Museum

“Vice and Virtue” at B2 Gallery

Pastel artists and 30-year collaborators Ric Hall and Ron Schmitt create canvases together. Their current show at B2 gallery explores the seven deadly sins in “Vice and Virtue,” closing this weekend. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. third Thursdays through July 28. Free. 711 St. Helens Ave. Suite 100, Tacoma. 253-238-5065, b2finearts.com

Indie rock in second “Cathedrals” concert at Immanuel Presbyterian

Immanuel Presbyterian and the Broadway Center for Performing Arts team up for the second incarnation of the “Cathedrals” series, indie and new rock played in acoustically reverberant venues. This

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Jan.
18th

Blues Vespers this Sunday at Immanuel Presbyterian Church Tacoma features Junkyard Jane and stories from their recent Habitat Build in Guatemala

This month’s Blues Vespers at Tacoma’s Immanuel Presbyterian is a week later than normal – because the pastor and lead vocalist have just returned from an International Habitat Build in Guatemala. Featured band for Vespers this month is perennial favorites Junkyard Jane, and vocalist Leanne Trevalyan will have lots of stories to tell alongside Pastor Dave Brown and others from their recent Habitat trip.

Joining Trevalyan at the free monthly music-and-poetry blues event will be Junkyard Jane guitar regular Billy Stoops, drummer Trev Cutler, bassist Lissa Ramagglia and saxophonist Scotty Harris. Their newest CD, “F-Bombs and Love Letters,”

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