The annual Outlook School alumni potluck will be held Aug. 6, in the school commons, 3800 Van Belle Road.
State’s oldest newspaper woman marks her centennial
Longtime Omak resident Elizabeth Widel, a columnist for The Chronicle, celebrated her 100th birthday with an open house July 9 at Welcome Home Villa, where she now lives.
With Yakima Valley temperatures hovering in the upper-90s, Osbaldo Pacheco, 10, Bridget Morales, 8, and Yullissa Pacheco, 4, take advantage of the South Hill Community Center Splash Pool on Wednesday afternoon in Sunnyside.
Fiber artists from throughout the Yakima Valley will gather Saturday, at Sage Bluff Alpacas, 8401 S. Steele Road, for the farm’s seventh annual Summer Fiber Arts Festival.
Deadline for entries Aug. 7
The annual decorated farm critter contest is underway as part of the promotion of the 90th annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo held Aug. 9-12 at the Country Fair park. 812 Wallace Way.
A desire to encourage health and fitness is one of the goals of Miss Sunnyside candidate Clarisa Calderon.
A painting party is filling up fast at Whitstran Brewing, 1427 Wine County Road.
The Pacific Science Center traveling exhibition will be in town from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m., July 18 at the Community library, 612 Grant Ave.
The Nouvella Bunco Group will celebrate “Christmas in July” when it meets at 11 a.m. July 25 at the Snipes Mountain Brewery and Restaurant, 905 Yakima Valley Highway.
The Lower Valley Assembly meeting this month will be a barbecue at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) at the Prosser Airport campground, 111 Nunn Road.
Plans are underway for a giant National Night Out community block party to be held 6-9 p.m. Aug 1, at Central Park.
Applications are being sought for the 12th annual Chamber Car Show to be held in conjunction with the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12.
Pat Wandling has only ever lived in one place. For 70 of his 94 years, he has lived in that same place with the same woman – his wife Joanna.