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Summer mud bog racing coming

to Outlook

The annual Tuff Enuff Cascade Crawler's Mud Bog will be held Saturday, July 31, on Gap Road near Outlook.

Spectator admission is $5 per person and is free for children 10 and under.

Registration is $25 for Pacific Northwest 4-Wheel Drive Association members or $35 for non-members.

Participants gates open at 7 a.m. with spectator gates opening at 9 a.m. Racing begins at 10 a.m. An awards presentation will be held one hour after the last race.

No pets, no passengers, and absolutely no alcohol. For more information call (509) 391-0722 or (509) 305-0154.

Custom car show coming to Yakima

YAKIMA - Lowriders, custom trucks, bicycles and Euro-sub compacts will be on display at the Yakima Speedway, Saturday, July 11, when Boulevard Entertainment presents the eighth annual "Ridin' Forever More in '04 Eighth annual custom car show.

More than 200 of the hottest lower rider cars, trucks, bicycles, imports from around the Northwest will compete for top honors.

Admission is $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 7-11, and seniors over 62. The show will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Speedway.

Victorian picnic

YAKIMA - During the Victorian era, it became popular to escape daily formal rituals and enjoy the summer days at a picnic with friends. Thursday, July 15, the Yakima Valley Museum staff at the H. M. Gilbert Homeplace in Yakima will recreate a Victorian picnic complete with Victorian-style foods and games, such as croquet. Music by the Canyon River Band will complete the evening's entertainment.

For tickets, call the Yakima Valley Museum at (509) 248-0747.

Catering will be provided by the museum's soda fountain, featuring sandwiches, salad, beans, watermelon and dessert. Lavender lemonade will also be served.

Big band hanger dance to benefit McAllister Museum

YAKIMA

- Music by the Tempos, a 16-member Seattle big swing band, will perform at the McAllister Museum of Aviation Big Band Benefit Hanger Dance to be held Saturday, July 17.

The dance will be held from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the museum, located on McAllister Field at the Yakima Airport.

Tickets are $40 per person and will benefit the aviation museum's education programs. In addition to dancing, a silent auction of more than 30 items and a live auction of a special airplane rides will also be part of the evening.

For tickets call (509)457-4933.

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