Join CRPF on Friday, March 6, 2015 to celebrate with great food and great company! Enjoy delicious food and wine with friends and learn more about the development of the Chinese Reconciliation Park and what is upcoming this year! There will also be a silent auction during the event.

Buy Tickets

Tickets are $60 each. Seating is limited. Advance purchase preferred, but reserved tickets are available (see below).

If you need to reserve tickets & pay at the door, please email and include names of all guests, email address, telephone numbers, and addresses.

5:30 – 9:00 PM
Location: Bates Technical College
Downtown Auditorium, Tacoma
1101 South Yakima Avenue
Keep a look out for our next more detailed announcement!

Phone: (253) 330-8828

Check out the photos below of the Moon Princess Bell, that will be the live auction item for the dinner!

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The wonderful artist behind this masterpeice is Christine Burris. She was born in Portland, Oregon, Christine took to art as soon as she was able to hold a pencil.  Summers spent sailing in the San Juan Islands and her family’s favorite hikes in Mt. Rainier National Park carved permanent images in her mind’s eye of the Puget Sound Region. These experiences continue to influence her work.   An honors graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, Christine was influenced by sculptor Tom Torrens and glass artist Mark Gulsrud.

Since 1993, Christine has been teaching Glass, Ceramics, Sculpture, Drawing and Painting at Peninsula High School in Gig Harbor, Washington.  As a strong supporter of her community, Christine donates selected pieces to charities such as the Gig Harbor History Museum, Washington Water Trails Association, The Community Inclusion Program, and The Peninsula High School Booster Club.  
Christine is also an avid Hiker and Sea Kayaker volunteering with BSA and Venture Crew 220, leading trips and teaching with the Tacoma Mountaineers, Kayak Academy and now with Rogue Wave Adventures.

She has two sons: Kyle age 22, and Colin age 25 who have literally grown up in the studio and classroom.  They often help her with her work.