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Pop-up shops, workshops, and more! Where will A Drop in the Ocean be next?
Check the calendar often for updates.
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Bring your own jars and bottles to refill at all of our pop-ups.

A Drop in the Ocean Tacoma Zero Waste Store Pop Up


Sunday, April 21 | 5:00 - 6:15pm
Yoga Wild Sunday Slow Flow

Come down to West of the Waterday, do some yoga, drink some tea, and get your zero waste essentials. This event is great both for newbies and experienced yogis.

Please register through Yoga Wild's website here.


Tuesday, April 23 | 6:30 - 8:30pm
The Ripple: Green Dreamer & Leader Event

Ocean5 and Rainier Apparel are coming together to host South Sound businesses and community members in an inclusive, FREE, sustainability-focused event. Come learn what's happening in the South Sound region and how you can get involved. We'll be there with product, as will several other organizations, and we'll be participating in the panel discussion, too. Join the conversation. Start the ripple.

Please register for this FREE event on Eventbrite here.


Friday, April 26 | 5:00 - 8:00pm
Locust Cider Tacoma Taproom

Come stock up on zero waste essentials from Tacoma's first zero waste store, while drinking delicious, local cider. We'll be at Locust every last Friday of the month from 5-8pm with all the best zero waste goodies. Bring your own jars and bottles to refill and save money!

Locust Cider is located at 2805 6th Ave. Find the Facebook event here.


Monday, April 29 | 6:45 - 9:00pm
Tacoma is for Dirtbags Book Launch and Adventure Stories

Celebrating the release of their new book, “The Dirtbag’s Guide to Life,” Boldly Went is hosting "Tacoma is for Dirtbags," a night of YOUR stories about why Tacoma is a rad place to live if you love the outdoors! Partners for this event are Grit City Magazine, The Ikkatsu Project, South Sound Surfrider, Ascent Fitness, Pretty Gritty Tours, and A Drop in the Ocean.

This event is hosted at Tacoma Brewing Co, located at 1116 Court E. Get your ticket here.


Saturday, May 4 | 8:00 - 11:00am
Hunger Walk & 5K Run

Run, walk, or give...so that no person goes hungry!

Emergency Food Network is kicking off Hunger Awareness Month with the 39th annual Hunger Walk & 5K Run! Participants will walk or run in a chip-timed 5K around Waughop Lake at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood. Family-friendly activities and live music are also provided at the start/finish line.

A Drop in the Ocean will not be selling product at this event, but we will have a booth and a giveaway! Come get to know us a bit and fight hunger in our community.

For more information or to register, please visit the Emergency Food Network's website here.


Saturday, May 11 | 2:00 - 6:00pm
6th Ave Wine Walk @ Soap & Clay

Explore the wonders of 6th Ave while drinking wine! Because is there anything better? A Drop in the Ocean will be set up in Soap and Clay, located on the corner of 6th and Anderson. This event is 21 and up only. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 the day of, and include an all access pass, souvenir wine glass, a map of The Ave and participating locations, raffle tickets, 9 drink tokens, and a coupon book to use at bars and restaurants.

Soap & Clay is located at 2712 6th Ave. Purchase tickets here.


Friday, May 31 | 5:00 - 8:00pm
Locust Cider Tacoma Taproom

Come stock up on zero waste essentials from Tacoma's first zero waste store, while drinking delicious, local cider. We'll be at Locust every last Friday of the month from 5-8pm with all the best zero waste goodies. Bring your own jars and bottles to refill and save money!

Locust Cider is located at 2805 6th Ave. Find the Facebook event here.


Sunday, June 9 | 10:00am - 5:00pm
Tacoma Ocean Fest

A Drop in the Ocean will be hosting an eco-booth at this year's Tacoma Ocean Fest at the Foss Waterway Seaport. We'll have all of the zero waste essentials, plus thumbprint pledges to help you make your next sustainable swap.

Tacoma Ocean Fest is a FREE festival on Tacoma's waterfront. Arts, sciences and water fun meet to help us celebrate the ocean, learn about its threats and get inspired to protect it! Interactive art, music, dance, aerial circus, film, poetry, virtual reality, eco-booths, hands-on science, OceanX talks, paddle tryouts, food trucks and so much more!

Find the Facebook event here.