It’s time for fashion, food and fun with the Junior League’s 2017 Fashion Show.
The annual Central Washington Home Builders Association’s fall tour of homes will take place during the next two weekends.
Remember the movie “American Graffiti?”
Musician Blake Noble’s passion for aboriginal people shows in his art — as a famed Australian guitarist and didgeridoo player.
Thinking of seeing a good mystery?
Yakima Valley College’s Playmasters is hosting auditions for its fall production of Young Frankenstein.
VTC presents its first whodunit Sept. 8
Princess Theatre will open its doors to Valley Theater Company’s first foray into drama and mayhem Sept. 8, when the murder mystery “Speaking of Murder” opens at 7:30 p.m. for a five-day run.
A nimble-witted producer, living on credit with several actors in a Broadway hotel, is desperately in need of a good script is the setting for the Richland Players Theatre production of “Room Service”.
It’s time to mark the calendar for the opening of the Lower Valley Community Concert Season.
Gesa Power House Theatre will screen a new independent film: May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers at 7 p.m. Sept. 12, at the theatre, 111 North 6th Ave.
The 21st annual Tumbleweed Music Festival will kick off the first of three days of concerts at 4 p.m. Friday, at Howard Amon Park, 50 Lee Boulevard.
Valley contest seeks all ages, all talents for annual competition
A vocal group, a magician, a yo-yo artist and a soloist are among those who have already registered for the 6th annual Valley’s Got Talent contest to be held as part of States Day on Monday.
Tryouts for the Eighth annual Valley’s Got Talent showcase will take place 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 2, at the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.
Children, ages six and older adults are invited to auditions for the Valley Theatre Company’s production of “Christmas Every Day.”
The Fourth annual Beer and Whiskey Festival will get under way at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Food and Wine Park, 2880 Lee Road, off Interstate 82.