The talents of a newcomer to community theater will be prominently on display when the curtain opens at the Princess Theatre April 28, for Valley Theater Company’s presentation of “Painting Churches.”
The call has gone out for artists interested in taking part in the 14th Annual Art Walk and Wine Gala on July 15.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Yakima County will host the Yakima 2017 Cinco de Mayor Fiesta May 6-7 in downtown Yakima.
The Inland Empire Gardeners 18th annual Spring Garden Expo will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 13 at the Spokane Community Lair Building, 1810 N. Greene St.
The “I Love the 90’s” Tour comes to the Washington State Fair on Sept. 15.
The legend and the look are among the latest acts to be booked for the Central Washington State Fair in September.
The story of John Muir, a mountaineer, naturalist and founder of the Sierra Club is the focus of a one-man play being presented at 7 p.m. Saturday, at the Gesa Power House Theater, 111 N. Sixth Ave.
After weeks of rehearsals, and school closures due to winter weather, the Grandview High School Drama Club is nearly ready to present its spring musical.
Just as the blue birds return to the Bic high plains, so to do visitors to the Bickleton Carousel Museum.
The Washington State Fair Spring Fair’s annual 4-day event runs April 20 -23.
Pop music sensations, The Beach Boys will take the Washington State Fair Grandstand Stage, Sept. 14.
The call has gone out for artists interested in taking part in the 14th Annual Art Walk and Wine Gala.
Taste Yakima Valley Vintners award-winning wines during the 2017 Spring Barrel event, April 28-30.
Company hires police officers for security
Rides, games and food are coming to town for the Sunnyside Spring Carnival.
Longtime music teacher Marilyn A. Linde was recently honored by the Music Teachers National Association for her years of dedication to music education.