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Back yard poultry studied

The largest 4-H poultry event in the region is 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday at the Benton County Fairgrounds, 1500 S. Oak St.

Vintners offers wine tasting

Taste Yakima Valley Vintners award-winning wines during two events taking place as part of the 2016 Spring Barrel event.

Poetry Slam is back

On April 14, Yakima Valley Community College will host the annual Famous Black Box Poetry Slam in the Parker Room of the Deccio Higher Education Center.

Light gallery now open

Yakima Maker Space is opening its gallery space just in time for First Friday.

Circus, of sorts, comes to Gesa

Wanderlust Circus CABERET will take the stage at 7 p.m. April 6 at Gesa Power House Theatre 111 N. Sixth Ave.

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Put a little paint on that glass

Event attracts visitors to local tasting rooms

Slow evenings in year-round tasting rooms have led to a new creative outlet for area winery staff and customers alike.

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Valley Theater Company presents ‘Oliver!’

Play opens at Princess Theatre on April 29

Choruses of children and adult voices, a seven-piece orchestra and a classic music score will help bring to life the musical adaption of a Charles Dickens masterpiece at the Princess Theatre next month.

Foxworthy on fair line up

Get ready for a night of laughter when Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy come to the Washington State Fair on Sept. 23.

Tasting wine components

Learn the complexities of wine varietals during a special class at 3 p.m. Saturday at Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center.

Final weekend for 100 Lunches

A comedy of writer versus writer will be performed tonight and tomorrow at the Richland Players Theatre.

Spring bounce event planned

Looking for something fun to do with the children this spring break?

Girls’ night out at Wildhorse

Thunder from Down Under will perform in the Rivers Event Center at Wildhorse Resort and Casino, as part of the Outback Fantasy tour.

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Mr. SHS on stage tomorrow night

The 10th annual Mr. SHS pageant is 7 p.m. tomorrow in the Sunnyside High School auditorium.

Classic mystery closes soon

The Warehouse Theatre’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace” wraps up this weekend with three more performances.

Prosser drama takes the stage

The high school’s Hole in the Wall Theatre student group are ready for a spring production of The Face on the Barroom Floor, written by playwright Tim Kelly.