Snow might have melted, but Sleigh Day at the Central Washington Agricultural Museum, is still on.
A 4-H night for learning crafts is scheduled at the Washington State University Extension office, 2403 South 18th Street from 4-7 p.m. January 12.
The New Year’s spirit proved to be the right moment for Bryan Pepkin to propose matrimony to his girlfriend Mindy Bayer, also of Prosser, at the Prosser Eagles Aeries’ New Year’s Eve Dance.
Biology and Conservation of Monarch Butterflies in the Pacific Northwest will lead off the Winter Biology Lecture Series, beginning at 7 p.m. Jan. 30, 2018, on the Yakima Valley College campus.
Not all resolutions have to be about food and exercise. Some resolutions can focus on mental health. How better to improve mental health than by helping others or learning a new skill.
5 ‘healthy’ goals worth giving up
While most New Year’s resolutions are well-intentioned, sometimes they look better on paper than in practice.
The Community Library offers games of Loteria, (Mexican bingo) at 4 p.m. Tuesdays at 621 Grant Ave.
The 35th annual Central Washington Bridal Show takes place 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 6, at the Yakima Convention Center, 10 N. 8th St.
Music by the Yakima Fruit Tramps and art by local artist Denny Driver are on tap at AntonLin Tasting Room, 14 N. Front St. as pat of First Friday activities beginning Jan. 5.
A gallery opening is challenging artists to work inside the box opens Saturday at the Mighty Tieton Boxx Gallery, 616 A. Maple St.
Wear Seahawks blue to Airfield Estates Winery, 560 Merlot Drive on Fridays and be rewarded. The Blue Friday event will continue through Super Bowl Sunday.