Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center 400 S 2nd St, Renton, WA98057 The Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center is a hands-on professional theatrical training facility for the students in the…More Renton School District. It is dedicated to providing cultural programming for the Renton community. The goal is to provide a home for local artists, a touring venue for regional artists, and cultural programming for both the Renton School District and the community.
Renton History Museum 235 Mill Ave S, Renton, WA98057 Located in a historic white Art Deco building the Renton History Museum offers exhibits on Renton's industrial, civic…More and cultural past. Visitors will find items such as historic Renton photographs and artifacts, many from its Custer-Lewis Collection. There's also a small gift shop.
Renton Healing Arts Studio 19030 108th Ave SE, Renton, WA98055 Offering assistance to all Renton community members who seek relief from their physical ailments, Renton Healing Arts…More Studio stands ready to assist any and all. Independently owned and operated, the Healing Arts Studio has been a lasting part of the Reton area since the early 2000s. With a belief that no one should suffer from physical discomfort, Renton Healing Arts Studio offers relief to those who seek it. It offers therapeutic massage and yoga.
Piazza Renton 600 S 3rd St, Renton, WA98057 Piazza Renton is an organization working to promote and enhance community and local area pride via special events,…More projects, celebrations and educational programs. Events include spring and harvest festivals, an art walk, a farmers' market, a holiday tree lighting and a car show. Visit Piazza Renton's website for details on the group’s history or for information on volunteering.
Renton Chinese Dance School 4451 NE 9th St, Renton, WA98059 A home-based business, Renton Chinese Dance school teaches Renton area youth the art of Chinese-style dancing…More especially in formal shows. Jazz and tap instruction are also available from the experienced instructor and owner. Appointments are required. To get a full listing of available courses, call during business hours.
Renton Municipal Arts Commission is a community organization that represents the artistic and cultural development of…More the city. The commission consists of 12 members appointed by the mayor and includes representatives from many fields, including architecture, art, music, literature and other cultural disciplines.
The organization offers an art grant program, as well as numerous events throughout the year, including public displays, museum showings and local arts shows.
Renton River Days 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA98057 Each year, Renton River Days welcomes almost 35,000 festival-goers who discover Renton's amenities, enjoy lively…More entertainment, and participate in extraordinary events. The business office is located inside Renton City Hall but the festival itself is held at Liberty Park, 1101 Bronson Way North. Originating in 1986, this celebration joins residents, businesses, organizations and Puget Sound region tourists together for a wonderful variety of events, special features for kids, arts & crafts, recreation, food and stage entertainment. Liberty Park, in the heart of Renton, is the focal point for the festival, although Cedar River Park is also host to many events during this time.
Renton Christian School 15711 152nd Ave SE, Renton, WA98058 Renton Christian School provides a traditional Christian-based curriculum founded on academics and ecumenical studies.…More Students study history, language arts, history, math, science and religion. Children can start at the pre-school level, learning the fundamentals, and continue at the school all the way through junior high. The school also offers child care services for children aged 4 weeks to 1 year, as well as summer courses and before- and after-school programs. Enrollment information is available on the Renton Christian School website.