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Research classes set

A full day of genealogical family research classes is being offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 7809 Tieton Drive.

Seniors plan fall bazaar

Tables space is available for the Senior Citizens Center’s annual holiday bazaar scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at 1400 Federal Way.

PowWow Saturday

The All-Nations Student Pow Wow will feature Grammy-nominated group, Black Lodge Singers as the head drum at their first-ever powwow.

Housing trends tour

The 35th annual Central Washington Home Builders Association Tour of Homes continues this Saturday and Sunday.

One-man band in concert

The David Mayfield Parade will be in concert at Brewinatti, 713 Sixth St. David Mayfield is described as a one-man band and vaudeville show.

Corks in new mural

Corks from Washington wineries will be used to create a 10,000-cork portrait mural of Chas Nagel, Washington State University’s first professor of enology and a state wine industry pioneer tomorrow.

Time to stomp some grapes

A grape stomp at Airfield Estates, 560 Merlot Drive is scheduled for 2 p.m. Oct. 8.

Parenting classes offered

A “Strong Families” parenting class is being formed at Pioneer Elementary School.

It’s ‘trunk or treat’ time in Sunnyside

It’s already time to start thinking “Trunk or Treat.”

Bonsai Society plans exhibit

The Yakima Valley Bonsai Society’s annual Bonsai Exhibit at the Yakima Area Arboretum will be from noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 9 at Jewett interpretive Center, 1401 Arboretum Drive.

Council to review signs

The City Council last night agreed to schedule a workshop meeting to further review the city’s sign ordinance.

City’s search continues

The City Council learned last night that a job opening for city administrator position has been posted on the city website.

Wapato seeks school review

Tonight, the community will have an opportunity to provide input about plans to build a fourth elementary school.

GOP Club meets Friday

The Lower Valley Republican Club is hosting two candidates for Yakima County commissioner.

County okays settlement

Yakima County commissioners approved a $7,500 settlement with Emanuel Cisneros yesterday.