Arts & Culture Organizations and Resources


Puyallup has a rich history of arts and culture. Since its founding, the community prides itself on the various non-profit organizations that champion the history and legacy of promoting artistic expression. Learn more about these organizations below.

  1. Puyallup Main Street Association
  2. Fairgrounds
  3. Daffodil Parade
  4. Arts Downtown
  5. Karshner Museum
  6. Fred Oldfield Center
  7. Meeker Mansion

The Puyallup Main Street Association (PMSA) hosts an annual Art & Wine Walk in addition to the Meeker Days Art and Music Festival, Pierce County's largest street festival. The PMSA also organizes Puyallup's popular Farmer's Market and the city's yearly Lighted Santa Parade.

Additional Organizations

Puyallup Children's Theatre & Music Academy

The Puyallup Children's Theatre & Music Academy aims to help children grow in their theatrical, music and dance skills. It offers a non-competitive environment where students can build confidence in a positive and constructive learning atmosphere.

Puyallup Valley Community Band

The Puyallup Valley Community Band was established in 1990. This all-volunteer group of musicians gears its performances to entertain audience members of all ages, and its concerts are always free of charge.

All Saints Theatrical Repertoire Association (ASTRA)

ASTRA is a parish ministry of All Saints Catholic Church whose mission is to share gifts of time, talent and fellowship through its support of artists and thespians.