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Tacoma Weekly News:

The Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts presents an evening of art, music and theatre exploring the human journey. Migration, and the movement of human groups, immigration and refugees will be examined, stories told, and perspectives talked about. Along the way see a theatrical show, listen to an outstanding trio of musicians, explore art by over 40 artists from Tacoma to New York. The evening events are free to the public
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Puyallup Herald

2.13.18
First-ever 'Who We Are Puyallup' contest announces winners. Don Snowden won second place in the adult art category in the “Who We Are Puyallup” writing, art and film contest for his “scratch-art” portrait of Ezra Meeker, a founding father of Puyallup
 Don Snowden
 
Tacoma News Tribune
11.22.17
What does Puyallup mean to you? New art contest wants to know.  It’s the first contest of its kind, based off of the Karshner Museum’s current exhibit, “Who Are We? A Kaleidoscope of Washington,” which celebrates people across the state who’ve made a difference. The exhibit traveled to the museum from the office of Secretary of State Kim Wyman in August
 Who We Are Puyallup

Tacoma News Tribune
.3.31.17              

Toe-tapping tunes at Saturday's Celtic Highland Festival in Puyallup. The Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts in Puyallup will present a free event, the Celtic Highland Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. The day of family fun includes dance, music, sporting events and craft projects 


Tacoma News Tribune
 Tacoma News Tribune
10.19.15
For first time ever, Karshner Museum presents celebration of Latino culture. Children and families will get a chance to explore and learn about Latin culture from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 24), during Día de la Raza, or Day of the People, at Puyallup School District’s Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts. Admission is free.
 
 
Tacoma News Tribune
8.18.14
Renovated Karshner Center in Puyallup is still a museum for students - and more. 

From the sidewalk on Fourth Street Northeast in Puyallup, the brick building formerly known as the Paul H. Karshner Museum looks the same as it did before it closed for much of the last two years. But on the inside, the newly renovated Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts boasts a shiny interior with a fresh focus on arts and cultural education.