Are you ready to run? Take a look at our NEW Downtown Yakima Mile Run – And More Running Events Throughout the Valley! Run, jog or walk the newest race in the city, the Downtown Yakima Mile on June 8! The Virginia Mason Memorial Downtown Yakima Mile is a one-mile race along the beautiful 14-block, … Continue reading Yakima Valley Running Events
White Pass Ski Area is a Northwest gem with outstanding terrain for all abilities, majestic views and, especially, a sense of community among those who love our Pacific Northwest Wonderland. White Pass is, historically, also all about family and this weekend is a family celebration! The 35th Annual White Pass Winter Carnival is this weekend, … Continue reading Don’t Miss the Annual Winter Carnival at White Pass Ski Area!
Winter is a great time to get outdoors in the Yakima Valley. This year, we’ve had plenty of snow for kids to play, sled, build their best snowmen and have snowball battles. If you’re looking for more winter-time fun, here are a few suggestions for the whole family. Watch the elk being fed at the … Continue reading Winter Family Fun!
Due to the inclement weather some Yakima Valley Wineries are unable to participate in the Red Wine and Chocolate Weekend. Don’t forget to check with each winery to see if they are participating. Wow! There’s a lot going on this weekend! More than Red Wine & Chocolate this weekend, there will be beer and chocolate, … Continue reading Wine, Chocolate, Beer, Valentines & Rattlesnakes!
In the months since the Yakima Valley’s newest brewery and taproom opened in downtown Yakima, the founders behind Single Hill Brewing have captured the spirit of the Valley’s craft beverage culture – passion, pride, innovation and excitement about our community here in the heart of hop country. Dreams Collide It’s a good thing for Yakima … Continue reading Single Hill Brewing – The Spirit of Hop Country
The Yakima Valley is where the Pacific Northwest goes wine tasting! In addition to signature events, such as the upcoming Red Wine & Chocolate Event in Mid-February, and Spring Barrel Weekends in April, you’ll find winery events throughout the Valley Year-round! From outdoor summer concerts, year-round First Friday live music, winemaker dinners, art showings, vineyard … Continue reading 10 Reasons to go Wine Tasting in the Yakima Valley
Don’t miss outstanding upcoming performances from the Yakima Symphony Orchestra! In an area known for its rich farmland and agricultural beginnings, it’s not surprising that cultural endeavors in the Yakima Valley started with the farming families. The first farmer to plant hops in the Yakima Valley was also the first to pick up a violin … Continue reading Cultural Ties – Hops & the Symphony