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The 4-H program at the WSU Extension Office will host two youth classes next week, one to learn watercolor painting and the other photography.
Celebrate the arts! Art can be expressed in a variety of ways, and the upcoming Harvest Time Fine Arts Show in Milton-Freewater will allow attendees to experience many of them. The event showcases a host of local artists with a wide range of vision and skills.
The Lloyd Jones Band will be playing it’s signature “swampy blues” 8-11 p.m. Friday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Grant Farmer Post No. 992, 102 N. Colville St.
Recess Monkey will return to Walla Walla July 31 for a series of three free public concerts that day.
The Walla Walla Symphony announced “The Free Rock Concert in Washington Park” (cross-streets of West Cherry and Martha streets) will be at 5:30 p.m. on July 31 featuring the 50 students from the seventh annual Free Rock ’n’ Roll Camp.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino has two shows left in the “It’s a Summer Thing” concert series at Rivers Events Center at the Casino, 46510 Wildhorse Blvd.
Sam Black, a Hudson’s Bay Company employee, will be portrayed by Fort Walla Walla Museum Living History Company performer Tom Williams. The performance will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the Museum, 755 Myra Road.
Nevada Slim and Cimmaron Sue sing "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" at the Prescott Library.
Poem by Olivia Kiefel, 3, read by her dad at a cowboy poetry event at the Prescott Library.
"The Music Man" is the 2013 edition of the Walla Walla Community College Foundation's summer musical that will be performed at the Fort Walla Walla Amphitheater.