Happy Thursday everyone! :)

Looking to the sky, it appears the smoke has not decided to clear as much as we had hoped. Looks like our bad air quality will continue until Friday (CLICK HERE.) So if you struggle with respiratory issues or are sensitive to what's going on, please make sure to try and stay inside as much as possible. Not even a bad idea to wear a face mask at this point.

We can't keep everyone indoors, though, so I figured we might as well go through what's happening around the valley that you can get into! :)

Thursday August 16th, 2018

UPDATED:  If you missed the last one here is a sneak peak of one of the performers Afton Prader CLICK HERE Downtown Summer Nights -- this is it! The last of the summer series comes to a close tonight on historic front street. Music begins at 6 p.m.

Friday August 17th, 2018

The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic will be hosting their annual health fair for kids and adults located at 620 West First Street in Wapato, WA. This FREE event is from 1pm-5pm and will feature games, immunizations, pediatric dental screenings, prizes, food and $10 sports physicals must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and have their immunization records on hand :)\

Summer Concert Series at Franklin Park is taking place from 6:30pm-8:30pm and it's free so bring the family, snacks and enjoy the music of Joe Brooks Quartet

Free Movie Night at Hisey Park in Granger! Located at 505 Main street bring the entire family out to the park for a showing of Despicable Me 3 9pm-11:30pm PLUS the dinostore will be opening at 8pm and the movie will begin once it is dark. Big shout out to the City of Granger and all the volunteers that help put these together.

We need the movers and the shakers to be recognized so I was SUPER excited when I read in the Yakima Herald-Republic about local student Jazmine Gonzalez of Sunnyside, WA making her debut on Friday's fourth annual WE Day special, airing on ABC at 8 p.m. Central Time, 6pm PST CLICK HERE for more details

Saturday August 18th, 2018

Yakima Valley Trolleys are running Saturdays and Sundays through Sunday September 30th. The plan is to run the historic 5-mile line to Selah but it's always a good idea to call ahead and confirm that everything is going really well. Please call 509-249-5962. Cost for adults is $10 Children 12 and under $6 Child on your lap free :) Seniors 60+ $6 CLICK HERE for more details

Pioneer Power Show and Swap Meet at Central Washington Ag Museum. Saturday and Sunday August 18th-19th come on down to 4508 Main Street in Union Gap from 8am-5pm. Check-out the farm equipment from yesteryear while learning about blacksmithing while checking out the turn of the century sawmill plus so much more for the entire family. Adult and children 12 and over are $5 under 12 you are free :)

Parade and Dancing Horses in Tieton this Saturday August 18th. 12pm the parade begins followed by a free BBQ, dancing horses, live music and more from 7pm-10pm. Love to dance? Well join in the street dancing in front of Fernando's Restaurant. For more info contact 509-673-3162

Sunday August 19th, 2018

Downtown Yakima Farmer's Market. Located on south 3rd street between Yakima Ave and Chestnut Ave. 9am-1pm featuring local produce from farmers, baked goods and so much more!