Imagine for a moment: High school is over.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Frazier Farmstead Museum, 1403 Chestnut St., has canceled its spring open house set for April 4, due to current circumstances, according to Director Linda Whiting.
Walla Walla Valley native Rebecca Olmstead was to read from and sign copies of her memoir, "Loved So Much, It Hurts: Purpose in the Pain," on March 29 at Barnes & Noble in Kennewick. However, the event was canceled, she emailed.
In compliance with Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home proclamation in response to the coronavirus, public closures and social distancing practice, Combine Art Collective, 130 E. Rose St., No. 102, will be closed through mid-April and possibly later.
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Years before he journeyed to “The Twilight Zone,” Rod Serling made a brief detour to the strike zone.
In addition to downloadable eBook and audiobook selections on Washington Anytime Library, check other Walla Walla Public Library learning resources online at wallawallapubliclibrary.org, under Kids & Teens, Learning and Fun.
With much of Chicago under self-imposed quarantine, it was time for the penguins to take over.
New at the Walla Walla Public Library
DAYTON — Liberty Theater management wishes to clarify what being closed until further notice means because of federal, state and local protocols regarding COVID19.
Editor’s note: From the files of scarymommy.com comes an April 16, 2018, article recycled on social media that allows viewers of any age the opportunity to hear stories read by astronauts from space.
Because of the temporary closure by Gov. Jay Inslee of restaurants, bars, entertainment and recreational facilities in Washington state due to COVID-19, Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. Sixth Ave., has postponed or rescheduled upcoming shows on its schedule.
If there is a silver lining to COVID-19 closings, it’s that our favorite children’s book authors are now doing virtual storytimes, reports coolprogeny.com.
Life in the time of coronavirus means staying home as much as possible. So hooray for shares on Facebook filled with ideas of what to do.
An Aug. 25, 2016, story in techcrunch.com by Sarah Perez is making the online rounds again in response to quarantining because of COVID-19. See ubne.ws/3be358v.
Although the nonprofit Fort Walla Walla Museum is temporarily closed and all events postponed until further notice to curb the spread of the coronavirus/COVID-19, its store will offer curbside service. Proceeds go toward the museum's budget to provide programs and exhibits and maintain its grounds.
Whitman Mission National Historic Site, 328 Whitman Mission Road, is announcing modifications to operations to implement the latest guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and local and state authorities to promote social distancing. As of March 18 the sit…
MILTON-FREEWATER — In architecture, they say form follows function.
The mission of Carnegie Picture Lab is to nourish creativity by enhancing and supporting art education for elementary school children in the Walla Walla Valley, said Executive Director Susan Greene in a release.
Power House Theatre is postponing programming there and closing the theater for the time being because of coronavirus concerns.
Arts leaders in Seattle had two main reactions to Gov. Jay Inslee’s morning proclamation on March 11 banning gatherings of more than 250 people through the end of the month.
Due to unprecedented events taking place in our particular corner of the country, a lot of us may be finding ourselves staying home more than usual these days.
It’s a tough time to be a booker right now, as the spread of COVID-19 continues decimating concert calendars.
The novel conoravirus pandemic is affecting release dates for new movies — not even James Bond, it seems, wants to take the risk of opening theatrically on a date when people might not want to go to the theater. Here are the major releases affected so far, with new dates where applicable.
NEW YORK — Ticket sales plunged to their lowest levels in at least 20 years at North American movie theaters as the coronavirus pandemic led to one of Hollywood’s worst weekends at the box office.
A dance performance is always, by definition, a fleeting thing; it’s a particular quicksilver combination of molecules that will never recur in quite the same way ever again.
Little Theatre cancels ‘Godspell’ performances, auditions
WWFAM Contra dances canceled Saturday and April 1
New dates are only the start for the organizers of Emerald City Comic Con. There are thousands of decisions still to be made now that the annual pop culture celebration has been moved to Aug. 21-23, postponed from the original March 12-15 dates due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Audubon March meeting tonight canceled, changes direction
TEAM Relay postpones bingo benefit for American Cancer Society
A free, family friendly spring celebration for budding and established gardeners at the Walla Walla Public Library on Saturday has been canceled.
Walla Walla Choral Society announced March 13 that it had to postpone its Good Vibrations concert slated for March 15 and 16 for some time in the summer.
This event has been canceled because of concerns for coronavirus. It will not be held. The story inadvertently ran Thursday online.
Friends of Children of Walla Walla’s annual Breakfast with Friends was originally slated for April 28 at The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center, 6 W. Rose St.
Walla Walla Choral Society singers were set to begin rehearsals this week on Monday for an upcoming Concert in the Vines event, however the group will not be able to rehearse for a period of time yet to be determined, according to a release.
HELIX — Rolling Stone magazine ranked the Randy Rogers Band alongside artists such as U2 and the Rolling Stones in its list of Top 10 Must-See Artists in summer 2007.
Whitman senior Sal Goldblatt has been a DJ since the fifth grade when his parents bought him his first mixer.
Walla Walla Public Library and Carnegie Picture Lab will bring children the joy of storytelling through art at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the library, 238 E. Alder St.
Little Timmy is so bored he’s not even bothering with his video games anymore.
Local playwright/author and Walla Walla Community College alumnus Dana M. Crist drew on his experiences in small-town Walla Walla in the late 1980s to write "Dangerous Little Creatures," a play to be presented in the China Pavilion on the WWCC campus.
When someone we know is hurt and needing, we so often want to help, but just as often do not know how. What gesture can we make, what action can we take, to bring comfort?
It’s been 35 years since “The Goonies” feature film audiences first went in search of treasure with a lovable band of kids from Astoria into the caves beneath the northern Oregon coastline and Ecola State Park.
Walla Walla Choral Society has set in place the first in a series of Choir in the Vines concerts, performances that take advantage of the beauty within the rolling vineyards of the Walla Walla Valley, said WWCS Board President Bob Schumacher in a release.
Nature poetry, art tonight