Again this year, Yakima Valley Grand Cinemas and the Daily Sun are partnering to provide a free movie at 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday. The movie, “Sing” opens at 10 a.m. and runs one hour and 48 minutes, giving parents a little child-free time for holiday shopping.
The indoor yard sale, previously scheduled for Saturday at the city community center, has been cancelled.
Enjoy a bit of pre-Thanksgiving fun and get in some exercise during the Thanksgiving Party – Matinee Dance from 1:30-3:45 p.m. Friday at the Harman Center, 101 North 65th Ave.
Legal information regarding the immigration process will be offered during a “Lawyers in the Library” program at 1 p.m. Sunday at the community library, 621 Grant Ave.
“Walking a journey of healing” is the theme for Spirituality Week at Heritage University 3240 Fort Road, being held in connection with Native American Month activities on the campus.
An American Red Cross blood drive will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Friday, at the Friendship Church, 1801 Paterson Road.
Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of The American Legion has named the recipients of the first quarter high school “Vocational Scholars Award.
The Flat Possum Pickers will play at old-fashioned gospel jamboree at 2 p.m., Sunday, at the Grace Brethren Church, 428 B St.
Since July, the Sunrise Food Bank on Ninth Street has served 488 household and distributed 1,752 food boxes, Food Bank Outreach coordinator Ken Trainor told the Noon Rotary Club members Monday.
As so often happens near the holidays, area schools are now hosting food drives.
Students talk about Boys and Girls State
About 30 people turned out Saturday morning for the annual Fred E. Hayes Post No. 57 American Legion awards brunch.
Three events planned to feed indigent
Quail Lane, near the Northwest West Farm Credit offices, was lined with cars from Allen Road to Best Western Monday morning as people gathered for the promise of a free turkey.