WALLA WALLA — Tickets are still available for “A Little Broadway and All That Jazz,” a dinner and show that will be Saturday at Jacobi’s Cafe, 416 N Second Ave. Social time begins at 6 p.m., and the Italian buffet will start at 7 p.m.
WALLA WALLA — Students of The Dance Center will hold two Halloween day fundraiser parties at The Dance Center, 129 E. Alder St., Suite B.
Local hospitals and community centers provide resources for people who are having a baby.
WALLA WALLA — The arrival of a baby is usually a joyous occasion. But the birthing process can deliver uncertainty and uneasiness for the new parents-to-be.
Readers, do you know what time it is? It’s time for another chat with eldest daughter, known best as MacMama.
Our fine “Native American” summer weather has regrettably come to an end. Despite our fervent wishes to the contrary, the calendar has advanced to the very end of the month, and with its final days slipping away from us, so too has any illusion that we might stave off the imminent rigors of the coming season indefinitely simply by dint of our collective will alone. The song says “the wheel is turning, you can’t slow down,” and another click forward on its gnarled-tooth rim has brought us to the conclusion of yet another grape vintage. Those who choose to leave grapes on the vine until Halloween or beyond will almost certainly have the devil to pay for their bad judgment.
Thanks to a sprawling area of high pressure whose center resides just off the coast of Washington and Oregon, the Walla Walla Valley has enjoyed some of the finest fall weather to be found anywhere in the United States over the last couple of weeks.
Dig around deep enough in the roots of your family tree and maybe you’ll find a horse thief, said a wry Bruce McCaw of Touchet.
The content of October’s backpack is nothing new.
WALLA WALLA — Taking care of a loved one? You have more resources available than you might realize.
What do you know about mental illness? If you were to ask me that question in October of last year, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you much.
The rink offers hockey and figure skating classes and themed special events.
I enjoy listening to the radio. Even though the ads annoy me, the station will eventually fade out on long trips and I have no control of the music, I still like the variety and surprise of the radio.
Polly called. She rarely does, so when it happens, I listen. She hated to ask a favor, she said, but there’s a dog in trouble, and could I help? “I’ve tried everything I can think of. Maybe you can get the word out.”
COLLEGE PLACE — At first glance, what SonBridge Community Center actually does and the services it provides might seem mystifying, but in actuality it’s simple. Most nonprofit agencies providing help in the community have a specific niche, or a specialty they have selected. SonBridge, at 1200 S.E. 12th St., was created to help people who fall between these specific targets.
Blue Mountain Chorus Sweet Adelines members have built their fall concert around the theme Sweet! It’s Mardi Gras!
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