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Described as a time to get out and visit with neighbors, National Night Out will be observed Aug. 2 in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Silbury Hill Alpacas, 2361 Scoon Road, is hosting its second annual “For the Love of Art and Paws,” a benefit for the Yakima Humane Society, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17.
Valley Critter Sitters 4-H Club members want to help motorists have a clean vehicle for the weekend.
“Cave Quest-Following Jesus, the Light of the World” is the theme of the Bethany Community Church vacation Bible school from 9 a.m. to noon, Aug. 1-5.
Volunteers offer camping aids
There are 10 items everyone needs to pack when headed on a camping trip to the mountains.
Two-year-old Lola Grayson of Sunnyside tries the Hula Hoop yesterday during the Sunnyside Farmers Market at Centennial Square.
Too much or not enough water and never when you need it seems to be a common lament of gardeners.
A gardening class for the whole family is offered by the Benton-Franklin Extension’s Master Gardening program.
Most anything that will hold dirt and water can be transformed into a container garden.
Once abandoned in favor of modern land yachts, the pudgy little camp trailer is making a comeback.
Most people think of the Washington State University Extension program as it relates to Master Gardener programs or youth organizations, such as 4-H.
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 4105 Richey Road, will host Father Justin Cannon for two workshops Saturday.
Panda Bear Child Care Center will celebrate its pre-kindergarten graduation at 6 p.m. Friday in Central Park.