Rainier League of Arts is presenting "Global Views" juried art show at the Center Gallery at Catholic Community Services (1323 S. Yakima Ave.) through Feb. 28. About 20 artists from the club are in this show juried by Tacoma Art Commission. Paul Langston's "White Roses" is one of the paintings in this fine art show that has everything from paintings of people and places around the world, to Sumi and blown glass. Show is open for view 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
ROCK ‘N’ ROLL LODGE
Helping the new Rock ‘n’ Roll Lodge and Steakhouse (9825 Pacific Ave.) – home of the 32-ounce steak – celebrate its grand opening Jan. 18, international touring act The Prophets of Addiction (pictured here) will headline the live music line-up that also features Letzter Geist, Ravages Of Time and Sin Circus. All ages, $5 at the door. Music starts at 8:50 p.m.
Come play with yoga instructor Angi Donovan and intuitive art facilitator Angela Wales Rockett in this fun and soul-filled journey of expressive art, yoga and meditation. Feed your creative spirit through drawing and painting your breath; stretch your body and your imagination with movement and meditation; embody and express your authentic Self by igniting the unbound freedom of your heart. Saturday, Jan. 18, 2-7 p.m. at Samdhana-Karana Yoga (3014 6th Ave.). Cost: $150, all materials included. Beginner friendly - no art or yoga experience necessary. Learn more and register today at http://www.paintingprana.com!
Children ages 5 and under are invited to Pierce County Parks and Recreation’s indoor playground. Every Tuesday and Thursday the Lakewood Community Center gymnasium (9112 Lakewood Dr. S.W.) turns into a playground just for kids. The fee is $2 per child per visit anytime between 9:30-11 a.m. All children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 253-798-4177 or http://www.piercecountywa.org/parks.
MADE IN TACOMA
Tacoma’s Alea Publishing & Recording has announced the Jan. 11 release of a new CD, “Made in Tacoma: New Chamber Music for Saxophone,” featuring local saxophonist Erik Steighner. A free concert open to the public will take place at the Museum of Glass at 1 p.m. that day featuring Steighner along with fellow saxophonists Evan Smith and Fred Winkler, and will include both works from the CD (by Greg Youtz, Jeff Tecca, and Erik Steighner) as well as other pieces from the saxophone repertoire (by Paul Hindemith, Barry Cockcroft, and Allan Blank). Buy the CD at the concert, from a variety of local retailers, and at http://www.bassclarinet.org.