Wanderlust Circus Cabaret, a self-proclaimed bohemian vaudeville act, will be at Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. 6th St. at 7 p.m. April 6.
The Lower Valley Community Concert Association welcomes the Chris and Lena Jácome Duo to the stage for a 7:30 p.m. March 15 performance at the high school auditorium.
Valley Theatre Company rehearsals are in the beginning stages for the spring presentation of “Oliver!,” a musical based on the Charles Dickens novel.
The lights are low as the curtains open for a new musical about to hit the Sunnyside High School stage.
Tickets are still available for the DECA and FFA chapter’s annual crab feed.
A two-step workshop, taught by world dance champions Craig Boyer and Debbie Cook, is offered from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday at Jack Son’s Sports Bar, 432 S. 48th Ave.
Canada’s acclaimed neo-traditional music group “The Duhks” (pronounced “ducks”) will perform at 7:30 p.m. March 4
“The Snow Child,” a film based on a children’s classic written by Eowyn Ivy, will be the next feature in the REEL One series offered the Mid-Columbia Libraries Prosser branch.
The story of a boy cursed with bad luck is the theme of “Holes,” a play based on a popular young adult novel.
The Mid-Columbia Regional Home and Garden Show opens today at the TRAC Center, 660 Burden Blvd.
Valley Theater Co. is concluding its five day run of “See How They Run” this weekend.
A reception to meet “Phantom Transmissions” artist Andy Behrle is from 5-7 p.m. today at Yakima Valley Museum, 2105 Tieton Drive.
The photographs hanging gallery-style on the walls of Holy Pies restaurant on South First Street often cause people to take a second look.
Mark the calendar to attend the annual Mosco Renaissance Fair set for Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, at the East City Park, E. Third St.
A first-time Yakima Valley author’s book will be showcased during the spring “Yakima Valley Community Reads!” beginning March 1.