Spring-like days in the Lower Valley with February temperatures hovering near the 60s result in stirring sunsets...
The Sunnyside library is offering some great events to its patrons next week.
Sunday, performing the 1927 song “Dixie,” written by Adrian Rollini, is Rob Verdi, the featured musical artist at yesterday’s Lower Valley Community Concert Series performance.
The free event - sponsored by the GHS Historical Club, Grandview Senior Citizens and Grandview Parks and Recreation Department - attracted seniors from around Yakima County for an afternoon of dancing and socializing.
A special prayer and creativity workshop to help community members learn how to focus their prayers and utilize their creative side to deepen their prayer life will take place on Saturday, March 14.
To help mark Ash Wednesday next Wednesday, Feb. 18, a group of local pastors will again offer a program called “Ashes on the Go.”
The Mabton Gospel music jamboree welcomes back the fabulous and funny, one and only, Doug Diamond to the stage this coming Sunday.
Earthquakes and fire were some of Janell Desmond’s fears growing up in California.
Sunnyside High School’s 11th annual Show ‘n Shine is slated for Saturday, March 21, at Clem Senn Field.
The Middle of Nowhere Sessions, an indie concert series, continues with the Portland band “Kelli Schaefer” performing at Walla Walla’s Gesa Power House Theatre on Friday, Feb. 27, at 8 p.m.
The Sunnyside Senior Center has planned three events in the coming weeks.
Seattle’s longest-running comedy show will be on the Gesa Power House Theatre stage on Friday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m.
The Grandview FFA and DECA chapters will be hosting their annual crab feed on Saturday, Feb. 21, at Grandview High School.
In its fourth year, ArtWORKz 2015 Junior Art Show & Competition at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute in Pendleton has opened with 99 submissions from young artists as far away as The Dalles, Kennewick, Boardman and even South Dakota.