A scenery pic from the hay ride at Thomspon Farms...as Mr. Thompson would say, "it looks like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting." Photos by Jill St. George
Yesterday I had the privilege of spending the day at Thompson Farms with my son’s kindergarten class. The pumpkin patch is set on a 47-acre farm, alongside apple, pear, peach and cherry orchards. It truly couldn’t have been a more beautiful day, in an amazing setting.
Artist, Leo Adams, pets his dogs on the back porch of his Yakima home. Photo by Chad Bremerman.
Yakima artist, Leo Adams’ painting and designs have made their way into many beautiful homes and prestigious businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest. As a member of the Yakama Nation, his art and designs have been inspired by the colors and textures in earth’s natural elements.
A Yakima Valley Trolley is turned into a Spooky ride for Halloween. Photo courtesy of YVT.
Take a spooky ride this Saturday…on a trolley? Yep, a trolley!
From11am to 3pm, you’ll be able to ride one of Yakima Valley’s Halloween Trolleys. There will be treats, “spooktacular” fun and a “freak” pumpkin for the first 100 kids. If your kiddo (like mine) isn’t quite ready for a haunted house, this is great alternative.
Yakima Maker Space's new storefront on 1st Street.
Science, technology, engineering, art and math join hands this Saturday for Yakima Maker Space’s S.T.E.A.M. Fest event.
Watch the Seahawks game this Thursday at Bale Breaker Brewery. Seahawk logo courtesy of Google.
Bale Breaker Brewery will likely get a little rowdy this Thursday as fans gather to cheer on the Seahawks against the Arizona Cardinals.