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.
The first Lower Valley Community Concert Association program will be feature international guitarist Pavlo at 7 p.m. today at the high school auditorium, 1801 E. Edison Ave.
‘Little Women’ opens Sept. 30
They may not run around the stage as fast as they used to and they might event forget a line or two, but their heart is on the stage and eager to present their latest production.
125 years in the making
The 125th Central Washington State Fair opens its gates to the public Friday, and what a fair it will be, according to fair officials.
The 30th anniversary of “The Princess Bride” will be celebrated Sept. 30 on the ‘big screen’ at Princess Theatre.
A vintage show and artisan market will open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Trac Center, 6600 Burden Blvd.
Children, ages 6 and older, and adults are invited to audition for the Valley Theatre Company’s production of “Christmas Every Day.”
Company scores with “Speaking of Murder”
You know that any play that involves children, a dog and a jealous love-sick secretary is going to be suspenseful in a “sitting on the edge of your seat” way.
The first performer on the Lower Valley Community Concert 2017-18 Series has been described as a sizzling composer, guitarist and singer with a unique style and Mediterranean flavor.
Realizing she knows the secrets to the demise of the former Mrs. Charles Ashton, busybody neighbor and co-conspirator Mrs. Walworth, left, decides to demand more blackmail money from Annabelle Logan in Valley Theatre Co.’s production of “Speaking of Murder.”
It’s time for fashion, food and fun with the Junior League’s 2017 Fashion Show.
The annual Central Washington Home Builders Association’s fall tour of homes will take place during the next two weekends.
Remember the movie “American Graffiti?”