Summer camp memories and an RV road trip are two summertime reading choices at the Walla Walla Public Library.
Come and laugh with comedian Susan Rice! Her show begins at 7 p.m., Aug. 6, at the Marcus Whitman Hotel, 6 W Rose St., Walla Walla.
Clay Hayes has spent plenty of time in the backcountry where he had only himself for company.
Almost salmon-like in its brawny proportions, the 7- to 8-pound rainbow trout John Maclean reeled in while fishing the Blackfoot River left him awestruck. “I’d never seen a Blackfoot rainbow that big before, never,” he wrote of the catch-and-release experience for a magazine article.
Walla Walla Senior Center congregate dining is closed due to COVID-19. The center is still doing drive-through pick-up of free to-go hot meals for Washington residents 60 and older. When picking up, stay in your car. Meals are served out of the drive-thru window from 11 a.m.-noon Monday-Friday, 720 Sprague.
Historical presenter Tom Williams will portray the work of engineering entrepreneur Ed Burlingame in a performance at Fort Walla Walla Museum on Sunday, July 25 at 2 p.m.
Learn about local history in a Thursday, July 29, on-site program titled "From a College to a Town: the 75-year History of College Place."
Walla Walla Valley Honda is sponsoring the Little Watts Movie screening of the multiple award-winning documentary "Curtain Up!" which follows the elementary school kids as they prepare for a musical production of "Frozen." It will screen at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 24, at Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N Sixth Ave.
For the first time since February 2020, the Museum After Hours program will be offered live in Fort Walla Walla Museum’s Grand Hall at 755 Myra Road.
Two library books look at themes of 'us against the world,' summer time with friends.
The interminable Seattle-area traffic time-drain may have driven Maria Venturini to Walla Walla, but what truly drew the fashion designer here is the Valley's natural beauty.
Rocks. That word pretty well sums up Bob Carson's life. Well, you could add water to that as well.
Members of the Walla Walla Choral Society Board named Jenelle Westerbeck Anderson as the group’s next artistic director. Her tenure begins Aug. 1, in time to welcome singers back to in-person rehearsals starting Aug. 30.
UPDATE: Because of the increase in the COVID-19 infection rates in Walla Walla, the group has decided to cancel Saturday’s contra dance.
Nine players will be featured in the George Herman comedy, “A Company of Wayward Saints," which will be presented onstage Friday-Sunday, July 16-18, at The Little Theatre of Walla Walla, 1130 E Sumach St.
Dan Clark will portray E.B. Whitman, Walla Walla’s first mayor, during a Living History presentation at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 18, at Fort Walla Walla Museum, 755 Myra Road.
With a rejiggering Bumbershoot extending its hiatus, it looked like once again Seattle Center would be quiet over Labor Day weekend. But the crew behind another one of the city’s most beloved music festivals apparently had other plans.
Library books this week feature Miss Julia series finale and a story about first love.
The hope is that the 2021 summer concert series will not only provide several hours of entertainment, but also coax people who live here to come downtown and keep Walla Walla competitive for tourism dollars.
When BJ the DJ sets up his equipment for Oldies Night in Milton-Freewater he will play sweet soul music for listeners. Bob Jones is the man behind the music. The tunes will ring out at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 10, at Wesley United Methodist Church, 816 S Main St.
COLUMN: If you have ever skipped rocks across the river, you know that not just any stone will do. It needs to be flat, smooth and of a particular heft and weight. Kennewick artist Denise Wagner, who specializes in Japanese wrapped stones, is well aware of what perfect rocks look like.
Free, family friendly Mythical/Moveable Bluegrass Jams take place at the Walla Walla Public Library, 238 E Alder St., every month on the first Friday.
Reserved seating tickets are on sale for the Seattle Rock Orchestra plays Pink Floyd at Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N Sixth Ave.
Youth and teens in sixth grade and older of all experience levels may join the popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons at Walla Walla Public Library, 238 E Alder St.
Fort Walla Walla Museum, 755 NE Myra Road, this weekend will host a demonstration of tools used in the early 1800s and a living history presentation will be made.