The Garrison Creek Stream Restoration Project and Living Classroom Trail is ready for its close-up. The 2011 Sherwood Leadership Training Class is inviting the community to a grand opening at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, according to the Walla Walla Public Schools Week in Review online newsletter.
It’s located on the banks of Garrison Creek, just south of Fort Walla Walla Museum at the Rotary Picnic Shelter off Myra Road.
Many individuals, organizations and foundations gave generously of their money, time, expertise, labor and moral support to make it happen. The celebration, ribbon-cutting and trail tour will take place, rain or shine. To learn more, call 509-529-7732.
¡Ole! Sharpstein Elementary students Lauren Adams, Olivia and Keegan Isenhower and Jackson Adams helped organize several yard sales to raise funds for their school’s Cinco de Mayo assembly.
Collaborating with Sharpstein PTA, they netted enough proceeds to purchase six new outfits for students to wear while performing in the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Prospect Point Elementary’s second annual Bike Rodeo will be from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday in the school parking lot, 55 Reser Road.
Open to students and their families, the event promotes bicycle and road safety and physical fitness.
Students can participate in eight activity stations, such as helmet fittings, bicycle tune-ups, rules of the road and an obstacle course.
Once students have completed every station, names will be put into a drawing to win two new bicycles. The event sponsor is the Bicycle Barn, which is located at 1503 E. Isaacs Ave.
Carnegie Picture Lab will host the Elementary Art Collective opening gala from 5-8 p.m. Friday.
The art exhibition will feature student works from Walla Walla Valley elementary schools.
Works in the show are drawn from the three art history and art exploration labs colored by the all-volunteer organization throughout the 2012-2013 school year, according to an item in the Walla Walla Public Schools Week in Review online newsletter. The art show is in Die Brücke Building, 38 E. Main St., between Macy’s department store and shoe stores.
The free, family event offers art displays, hands-on art activities and entertainment, with a focus on encouraging art exploration and enhancing the arts within the community.
An additional opportunity to view the art and participate in the art activities be from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. May 4.
This is Carnegie Picture Lab’s debut art show, showcasing the culmination of another year of elementary art education in the Walla Walla Valley.
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