Benefit planned

A “Benefit for Boaz” will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, at the Toppenish Fraternal Order of Eagles, 515 S. Division St.

Students plan dinner theater

An evening of dining and theater is in the offing from 6 -8 p.m. tomorrow at the community center 812 Wallace Way.

Art reception planned

The public is invited to Sunday afternoon mingling with area artists of the Allied Arts Association at The Gallery by the Park, 89 Lee Blvd.

Winery offers painting event

Sip a little and paint a little at McKinley Springs, 357 Port Ave., from 5:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12-13.

A new kind of date night

It’s a one of a kind date night to get your hearts pounding and adrenaline pumping.

Super bowl painting

Since the Seattle Seahawks are not playing in the Super Bowl this Sunday, why not travel to Prosser’s Coyote Canyon Winery, 357 Port Ave., and enjoy a painting class.

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Local group plans dinner theater

Event set for Valentine’s Day

Those seeking a fun and romantic way to celebrate Valentine’s Day need look no further than the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.

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Concert promotion set

Fans of Grupo Solido, a popular Tejano musical group, have a chance to win tickets to a concert performance.

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Native American exhibit opens Feb. 11

A selection of artwork from the Not Vanishing: Contemporary Expressions in Indigenous Art 1977-2015 exhibition will be on display through April 1 at Heritage College, 3240 Fort Road.

Alert canceled

An endangered child alert was canceled yesterday night after a 3-year-old boy was returned by his noncustodial mother.


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‘Frozen’ fun

Ready to provide area children with a “Frozen Experience” are, left to right, Alyssa Armstrong, Scarlett Armstrong and Emmalynn Hopper.

Starting off February with bling and wine

An afternoon of wine tasting and shopping will be featured at the second annual Airfield Estates shopping and wine sale extravaganza on Saturday Feb. 6.

Prison impact on families topic of lecture

Yakima Valley Community College’s Diversity Series in partnership with Central Washington University will host “Mass Incarceration,” a free lecture at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, in the Yakima campus’ Parker Room, Deccio Higher Education Center, South 16th Ave. and Nob Hill Boulevard.

Dining to state wine history

A look at the past through the oldest wine grape vines in the state will featured at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center, 2140 Wine County Road.