Teams open season
Race No. 4 of the Tri-City Kart Club is set for noon Saturday at the Horn Rapids Kart Track, 3234 Twin Bridges Road.
Mid Columbia Libraries is hosting a glow hike at Trailhead Park, 525 Queensgate Drive, 8:30-9:30 p.m. Friday.
Hope in the Vineyard 5k hosted by Hedges Family Estate is planned for 9 a.m. Saturday.
Seahawks fans can enjoy the 12 tour 8-9 p.m. Friday at John Dam Plaza, 815 George Washington Way.
The Bureau of Reclamation’s Yakima Field Office will host a C.A.S.T. for Kids fishing event Saturday at Sarg Hubbard Pond, located on the Yakima Greenway.
A new skate park is being constructed.
The Sunnyside Municipal pool is filled with students from Chief Kamiakin Elementary School yesterday.
Event begins at noon tomorrow
Last year more than 700 teams demonstrated their cattle sorting skills to benefit three organizations that provide services for cancer patients.
The summer reading program, “Build a Better World,” kicks off Friday with a safari slumber party at 3 p.m. Friday, at the community library, 621 Grant Ave.
The historic Waterworks Building has been transformed and is now ready for its debut at Co Dinn Cellars.
Mutton busters and wild cow milkers are wanted for the Toppenish Rodeo.
Another $4,000 needed to help 9-year-old with blood disease
A car wash supporting a Little Grapplers teammate being treated for a rare blood disease at a Seattle hospital was a success, thanks to the support of the community.
Cowpokes continue 107 years of rodeo in community
Cowboys and cowgirls from across the Pacific Northwest — and even a few from as far away as Texas — hit the arena at Cleveland Park on Saturday and Sunday to compete in what’s billed as the oldest continuously operated rodeo in the state.
Ryan Newman of Redmond, Ore., was thrown by Curve Ball on Sunday afternoon before he could complete an 8 second ride in the Cleveland Park arena.