Dorothea Hanan of Silverdale, celebrates her 85th birthday by competing as a member the Grape Candy Skulls team at the 10th annual Grape Stomp “Catch the Crush” at the Harvest Party sponsored by Coyote Canyon and Martinez & Martinez wineries on Saturday, Oct. 12. Last year, Hanan partici…
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SUNNYSIDE — Team Midnight Racing’s Fifth Annual Raising for a Cure Cancer Car Show at the historic Utah and Idaho Sugar Beet Factory, 2580 E. Lincoln Ave., attracted over 100 vehicles and raised $3,000 for North Star Lodge Cancer Care Center in Yakima on Sunday, Oct. 6.
TOPPENISH — A reception for renowned Yakima Valley artist Leo Adams will commence Sunday, Oct. 20, 5:30-7 p.m. in the Virginia S. Hislop Art Gallery on the Heritage University campus, 3240 Fort Road.
PROSSER — Allan and Terrie Sanderson from Albany, Ore., attended the 30th annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally on Friday for the very first time and they brought with them their bright yellow and multicolored diamond balloon, along with a vintage flying basket, and joined the other 17 participating pilots at the Port of Benton Prosser Airport before sunrise.
TRI-CITIES — Cyber Art 509, a non-profit organization with over 60 artist members, is presenting the 4th annual Tour d’Arts of the Tri-Cities on Friday-Saturday, Oct. 18-19 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 20 noon-5 p.m.
SUNNYSIDE — Artists appeared on Sixth Street as usual, to participate in the annual Caren Mercer-Andreasen Street Painting Festival. The chalk fest, along with the downtown Harvest Festival, are the two artistic venues running concurrently with the Prosser Great Balloon Rally during the three-day event weekend.
INTO THE GREAT WIDE OPEN — Hot air balloons lift off with tethered lines attached but were unable to set sail as winds were too strong during the 30th annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally on Friday morning from the Port of Benton Prosser Airport, 111 Nunn Road. The rally continues through Satu…
PROSSER — Save the date, if hot air balloons are your thing! The annual Great Prosser Balloon Rally is happening for the thirtieth time Sept. 27-29. Weather permitting, balloons will begin their formal lift off schedule, at dawn on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, beginning Sept. 27, and continue through Sunday, Sept. 29, sunup.
STOPPED FOR ICE CREAM - Sunnyside High School freshman Valeria Barrios-Salazar pauses at the Milk Shed in the Central Washington State Fair Dairy Industry display area, while enjoying the Yakima fair Monday. She and members of her TSA class toured the exhibits including the STEM activities. …
YAKIMA — Thespians, save the date, your talent is needed. The Yakima Valley College Playmasters will host two rounds of auditions for the iconic Rocky Horror Show. Interested actors can report to Yakima Valley College’s Kendall Hall, Building 12 Auditorium on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and again, Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. for open call auditions.
BICKLETON — Having started with a few old Studebakers and pick-ups, the annual Labor Day weekend car show has grown to encompass about 140 vehicles over six blocks on the village’s Market Street.
GRANGER — Granger held its’ 16th Annual Menudo Fest in Hisey Park last Sunday, Sept. 1. It was a busy day in Granger. In addition to the menudo cook-off, a volleyball tournament, car show, food vendors, and live music were featured. The family fun began at 10 a.m. and continued until 5 p.m.
PROSSER — Underneath a picture-perfect evening of warm color and social ambience, the Sixth Annual Beer and Whiskey Festival took place on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 5-10 p.m. at the Wine and Food Park on Lee Road in Prosser.
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