Marmee March (Julia Hart), second from right, reads a letter to her daughters (from left) Meg (Debbie Mendoza), Beth (Ann Glover), Jo (Kristi Tuor) and Amy (Janet Minton), from their father, who is serving in the Civil War during the performance of the musical play Little Women at the Sunnyside High School Auditorium by Over the Hill Theatricals Saturday evening.
After being hypnotized by Mark Yuzuik, Cesar Chavez believed he was pop singer Bruno Mars during the Central Washington State Fair on Wednesday night.
Blair Crimmins and the Hookers will be performing 7-9 p.m. today at the Brewminatti, 713 Sixth St.
For the ninth season, Silverwood Theme Park transforms into “Scarywood Haunted Nights” opening Friday and continuing throughout the month of October ending on Oct. 28.
Valley Theater Company is opening its costume wardrobe for Halloween rentals as a fundraiser for the company, VTC Artistic Director Candace Andrews said.
YVC’s 2017-2018 Diversity Series, “The Ground We Stand,” kicks off on Wednesday, with performances by Supaman. The free public event will take place in Kendall Hall, Building 12, auditorium at 5:30 p.m.
The Neave Trio, recently appointed “New Generation Faculty Ensemble-in-Residence” at the Bard College Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Mass., will be in concert Tuesday as the second in the Lower Valley Community Concert Series.
‘Little Women’ take the stage Saturday
The “girls” in the Over the Hill Theatricals production of “Little Women the Musical” are well past the ages of Louisa May Alcott’s heroines in her classic story, “Little Women.”
Pilots will try again after 6:30 a.m. tomorrow
Rain prompts pilots to call off Friday morning hot air balloon launch
Plan to attend the Tri-Cities Salsa Congress Social dancing from 5 p.m.-3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday night.
The 30th anniversary of “The Princess Bride” will be celebrated Sept. 30 on the ‘big screen’ at Princess Theatre, appropriately enough.
The 8th annual Three Rivers Tattoo Convention will take place at the Three Rivers Convention Center, 7016 W. Grandridge Blvd, from noon-10 p.m. Friday.
Yakima Valley College’s student improv group “Adults Who Can’t Adult” returns this fall with several performances.
The 31st annual Merrie Greenwood Faire opens at 10 a.m. Saturday at Columbia Park, 2701 Columbia Park Trail, for all the merriment of a renaissance festival.