The 162nd Annual Yakama Nation Treaty Days Commemoration Pow Wow took place at Whiteswan, WA. Many people came from all over the Northwest, even from Alaska. This Pow Wow commemorates the Treaty of 1855. The year the signing of the treaty took place.
On Monday (June 5) the Yakama Nation kicked off its Treaty Days commemoration week with the Miss Yakama Nation Pageant. This is where the current Yakama Nation royalty spoke about their reign -- from Miss Yakama Nation, Chrissy Jim, all the way down to Lil' Miss Yakama Nation Treaty Days Princess, Tehy LoveAnn. The pageant also included the introduction of the candidates vying for whichever title they are going for.
The cast of Yakima Valley College Playmasters "Taming of the Shrew" stopped by the studio this morning to talk about this weekend's staging of the William Shakespeare play. They told us all about the show and how to get tickets.
Every Tuesday night there are open-mic comedy shows here in Yakima. This is where comedians go and practice their jokes. Or for someone who has never done stand-up comedy, they can give it a try. And ever since I discovered open-mic comedy nights, I not only laugh, I also get other people laughing as well.
On Friday (May 12) The American Indian Business Leaders of Heritage University (or AIBL) presented the Wellness Through Laughter event. Local band Flying Buffalo provided live music, performing all original songs. There was also an open-mic comedy contest. People from the audience told some jokes. A few local comedians, including myself, told a few, too. Prizes were given out.
So I heard from some friends who are comedians here in Yakima that there are some places that do open-mic comedy. So basically it's a place for people who are trying stand-up comedy for the first time or for comedians who have doing comedy for awhile and need a place to practice their new jokes.
So probably just like you, I'm really not a morning person. Just not wanting to wake up and greet the day. But I'm also into self-improvement. And I wanted to work on getting up in the morning. And this book, Hal Elrod's "The Miracle Morning," has really helped me.
On Thursday (March 30), students and staff at Wapato Middle School put on the 35th annual Cultural Unity Fair (CUF). The event brought in many people from the community, who formed lines at various food booths. Needless to say, everyone who showed up came with an empty stomach.
The 35th Annual Cultural Unity Fair is tonight (March 30) at Wapato Middle School. This annual event features food from different cultures while students and staff provide the entertainment. They'll displaying different dance styles from Native American, Filipino, Mexican and other cultures.
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