Every year the city of Tieton and the Police Department gather up a ton of money to buy some really cool bicycles. Then they throw a huge event just to give away the bikes. They have a barbecue, play music and the police set up a bicycle course and offer prizes.
I admit it. I want to save the world. I want to do away with people hating other people because of their religious beliefs, they way they look or what color their skin is. My parents taught me to never care about any of that.
In celebration of National Wine Day, it is only fitting that I make me some creamy pesto with bow pasta, a beautiful steak and some yummy corn. That is exactly what I had and to finish it off, a nice glass of white wine. Yummy! I love finding out different ways and different dishes to pair wines with.
The parade was fun, the music's great and that lemonade really hit the spot. But now that you're full of hot dogs, tacos, potatoes and Hobo Feed food, it's time to wander around the park and hit the carnival at Selah Community Days...
The way Selah does it, being a hobo doesn't seem all that bad. In fact, if you sidled up to one of those tables in the parking lot of the Selah Civic Center for Thursday's Hobo Feed, you might've been tempted to abandon all responsibility, hit the road and seek a more carefree life.
Selah Community Days is back this week (May 18-May 21), and you don't want to miss any of the action. It is always such a fantastic time. Kicking it off is the excellent Hobo Feed at the Selah Civic Center, 216 S. First St.
Wine Divas always have fun events. They focus on women and having fun. I am really looking forward to the Women's Expo this Saturday night (May 13) at the Yakima Convention Center. It lasts from 5-10 p.m.
The only thing more gratifying than getting in shape is getting in shape for a good cause. And it's even more fun if you can take your dog along. That's what the upcoming Yakima Strong 9K4K9 Fun Run/Walk for the Yakima K-9 Unit is all about -- the dogs!
Yakima Valley Libraries always have something going on. I keep forgetting to go most of the time due to being super busy. But I am not going to miss the event that the library at 102 N. Third St. has going on tonight (April 27). Isaac Marion, who wrote "Warm Bodies," will speak at 7 p.m. The book is fantastic. I read it because my girls were about to read it and I wanted to know what the heck they were reading. I am glad I did.
Rod's House is a fantastic place in Yakima that helps teenagers in need. They help get them the food they need, clothes and even after-school help. Rod's House is an excellent program to get teens back on track. Now they need our help.
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