The Grandview Community Center, located at 812 Wallace Way, will be the site of the annual Parade of Hearts semi-formal dance for area senior citizens.
When Maryhill Museum of Art opened to the public in 1940, Time magazine called it “the world’s most isolated art museum.”
Every so often we visit a Starbucks to chat over coffee or a snack.
WALLA WALLA – For one night, on Saturday, Feb. 14, Shakespeare Walla Walla will convert the Gesa Power House Theatre into a Studio 54-style 80s themed disco party.
While most of the Wanapum reservoir on the Columbia River reopened for public use on Jan. 7, two boat launches and some shorelines owned by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in the upper basin will remain closed until spring.
PENDLETON, ORE. – Elvis will be in the building at Wildhorse Resort and Casino on Saturday, Feb. 14.
The Sunnyside Library has five events planned next week.
CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN – Two new ski lifts have opened at Crystal Mountain Resort, providing skiers and snowboarders access to several of its runs.
SEATTLE – Washington’s Lottery is giving 12 lucky Seahawks fans the opportunity to attend the Saturday, Jan. 10, playoff game at CenturyLink Field.
TUMWATER – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to select a new director for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) during a public meeting Friday and Saturday, Jan. 9-10, in Tumwater.
For Washingtonians, the start of the new year is prime time to hunt for ducks and geese, fish for hatchery-reared steelhead and enjoy the annual spectacle of bald eagles, snow geese, elk, big-horn sheep and other wintering wildlife.
Young girls who are “differently-abled” are encouraged to participate in the Washington Shining Star Pageant to be held in Prosser on Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015.
Picture a stunning backdrop of half a million twinkling lights, majestic mountains frosted with snow and an enchanting Bavarian village filled with fun.
An all-you-can-eat crab feed is being served up in Grandview by local military veterans.