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May South Sound Classical Choir The South Sound Classical Choir is a chapter of The Valley Arts Society which was founded in May 1994 as a tax-exempt non-profit organization for the performing arts.
The society was established to educate and increase interest of the general public in various types of music and drama as practiced by the society.
The Western Washington Fair Association hosts two annual events, the 17-day Puyallup Fair every September, and the four-day Puyallup Spring Fair every April.
Situated south of Seattle and east of Tacoma in the shadow of majestic Mount Rainier, the Fairgrounds comprise 169 acres, with buildings and land.
Named to celebrate the West African Mansa (king of kings) of the Mali Empire, who rescued the Griot -- his people's storyteller and tribal historian -- Festival Sundiata is a powerful representation of diverse cultural traditions, kept vibrant and current through dynamic creative expression. Bassets march down the street (and their people, too). Hula hounds, Basset butterflies, jester dogs and more join the parade. And there you have it, folks, Woodinville's Basset Bash & Brigade. The rules say exhibitors may enter one item in each division.
Music, visual art (including a children's exhibit depicting the Griot), hands-on children's activities and the UJAAMA cooperative marketplace with crafts and imported items, create a collective and comprehensive picture of the African and African-American journey. Examples of the divisions are finished or natural driftwood, carvings on driftwood and floral arrangements on driftwood.
Junior Daffodil Parade Held in April, the Daffodil Festival Junior Parade is a prelude to Tacoma's Grand Floral Street Parade.
The Junior Daffodil Festival is a community event that is hosted by the Proctor District of Tacoma and is geared to children to encourage fun and creativity for the young people of the area.
Costumes, pets, music and non-motorized floats make this parade a special event. Held in April, the Daffodil Festival is one of the nation's top 10 floral festivals, celebrating spring and the area's colorful commercial bulb fields.
See also Celebrate Woodinville Driftwood Show and Artisan Fair.
Irish dignitaries, visiting artists and a parade cap the event, while local folk participate in workshops and contests, hear lectures and watch films, try their skill at Irish step dancing and join in singalongs, search their ancestry, view cultural displays and tap their toes to lively Irish music and dance.