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Anita Mann's SPOOKED: Drag Show & Dance Party

WALLA WALLA—TruthTeller Winery is throwing a Halloween themed Drag show that leads into a killer dance party on Saturday, October 26, at 8:30p.m. This is an all ages event, hosted by Anita Mann and...

 

Boograss is back

The Touchet Valley Acoustic Music Project presents a fundraising concert on Sunday, October 27 at 4:00 p.m. Boograss is an annual event that features bluegrass music and a silent auction. The event...

 

Walla Walla Valley Bands Celebrates 30th year

Walla Walla Valley Bands is celebrating their 30th year! Please join them, Sunday, October 27, 3 pm, at the Walla Walla Valley Academy Auditorium, 300 SW Academy Way in College Place as they present their “Out of This World” fall concert,...

 

A big leap for Northern Leopard Frogs

Hundreds of tiny endangered Northern Leopard frogs took a leap back into the wild over the summer at the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge in Grant County. The releases were made possible by a...

 

Fort Walla Walla Museum presents Living History and Museum After Hours

On Sunday October 20 Gary Lentz will portray William Tye, an assistant conductor working for Dorsey Baker’s Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad. The presentation will begin at 2 p.m. During their visit, guests can see one of the locomotives...

 

Four-man string band Che Apalache to appear at the Gesa PowerHouse Theater on Friday, October 18

WALLA WALLA—Che Apalache is a four-man string band who have been taking audiences by storm with their fusion of Latin and American roots music. Led by Joe Troop, the band features three powerhouse...

 

Manhattan Short Film Festival Winner

DAYTON—The Manhattan Short Film Festival was well attended. Sylvia, written and directed by Richard Prendergast of the United Kingdom, is the Gold Medal Winner of the 2019 Manhattan Short Film...

 

Blue Mountain Chorus Invites Guest Singers

Do you love to sing holiday music?  Following the success of The Blue Mountain Chorus/Sweet Adeline’s Holiday Guest Chorus last year, the chorus is once again offering this wonderful opportunity for women to sing with Blue Mountain Chorus and...

 

Dayton Chamber of Commerce hires Molly Weatherill-Tate

Former Coffey Communications employee Molly Weatherill-Tate was recently named the Executive Director & Events Coordinator of the Dayton Chamber of Commerce. Dayton Chamber of Commerce Vice President Anne Walsh announced the hiring. Previously a...

 

'Newfie Day' celebrates courageous canine from Corps of Discovery  

OLYMPIA, WA—Washington State Parks invites the public—especially youth—to meet “Sage,” a Newfoundland dog, enjoy puppet shows and watch canine skills demonstrations during Newfie Day at Sacajawea Historical State Park near Pasco.Newfie Da...

 

Breast cancer survivor's celebration Oct. 15

All breast cancer survivors and a guest are invited to a free celebration Oct. 15 from 6 to 8pm at Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center. The evening of fellowship will include hors d’oeuvres, gifts, prizes, and vendors for massage therapy,...

 

Haunted Halloween Tour

Halloween is almost here...does the prospect of a tour of a cemetery at dusk with flashlights sound fascinating? If it does the Mt. View Cemetery Halloween tours are for you! On Saturday, October 26th, the City of Walla Walla Parks and Recreation...

 

Free drive through adult flu clinic Oct. 26

Providence will offer its annual free drive through adult flu shot clinic Oct. 26 at Providence St. Mary's Medical Center from 9 a.m. to noon, or until the vaccine is gone. People can be vaccinated without leaving their cars, and no appointments are...

 

Frenchtown historical foundation annual fundraiser

The annual Frenchtown Rendezvous will be held on October 12, 2019, at Assumption Church Parish Hall, located at 2098 E Alder St. in Walla Walla, WA The Rendezvous is the Frenchtown Historical Foundati...

 

Fundraiser slated for Dayton toddler facing cancer

DAYTON-Chayton Gatlin's family will be holding a fundraising gathering on Saturday, October 12 at the Dayton Eagles Club located at 222 E. Main. From 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Chayton's cancer diagnosis and...

 

Creative Corner

Debra Callahan is tenacious. She is determined that Waitsburg adults and children are offered opportunities to be creative. Despite not having a permanent space in which to hold classes, or to offer...

 

Two Stolen Vehicles Found

WAITSBURG—City Councilman Kevin House mentioned at the recent Council meeting that two vehicles had been brazenly stolen from in front of McGregor Seed on September 14. He said that the perpetrator(s) entered through an unlocked gate to steal the...

 

WWCSO

Sept. 21 Officers were dispatched to Sun Mart in Burbank for a theft of Oreo cookies. Burbank Sept. 23 Officer responded to an address on McKay Place in reference to a recovered vehicle stolen from Walla Walla High School. Walla Walla Sept. 24...

 

New Preschool to Open Next Week

Dayton resident Lacy Nichols will open Hogeye Hollow Preschool near Dayton on Monday, October 7. A graduate of Washington State University with a B.A. in Elementary Education, and a Special Education endorsement, Nichols has eight years of teaching...

 

Now Accepting Coat Donations

Columbia County Family Clinic in Dayton and Waitsburg, and Columbia County Health System is accepting coats for donation until October 11. Collected coats will be given to Project Timothy for disbursement....

 

Think Like an Animal and Blues Crews Work Party

Join Joe Kreuzman from Coyote Trails School of Nature on Saturday, October 5, from 10:00- 11:30 a.m. to learn about animal behavior and how to track local species. Interested hikers should meet at Meet at Madden Brother Performing Arts Center116...

 

Plenty of Roles Up for Grabs For Little Theatre's Best Christmas Pageant Ever

The Little Theatre of Walla Walla will hold open auditions October 8-9 for the comedy “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Barbara Robinson. The play will be directed by Robert G Randall and Cheryl Sutlick with assistance from Kaelyn Nelson, and...

 

Humanities Lecture on Oct. 10

Dr. Johann Neem from Western Washington University will present: What Every Happened to America’s Public Schools on Oct. 10 at 6 p. m. in the Delany Room at the Dayton Memorial Library....

 

Social media issues addressed

The Waitsburg School District is currently addressing issues around social media use among and between students, parents, coaches and faculty. This multi-faceted issue impacts nearly everyone in different ways. A popular film about the issue,...

 

Local Artisan to Sell Jewelry at Words-N-Print Bookstore on Saturday

Words-N-Print is featuring a 12-year-old local artisan Cedar Stegalle this Saturday from 1-4 pm. Cedar lives here in Waitsburg and attends Waitsburg Middle School. She hand-crafts beads out of paper...

 

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