Wenaha Gallery Current Events
Jul
3
to Sep 1

Wenaha Gallery Current Events

 

We Invite You To Enjoy The Wenaha Experience.

Our relaxed environment in the historic Guernsey-Sturdevant building showcases the variety of art available through our gallery.

Wenaha Gallery maintains a broad selection of fine art prints, canvases and giclées by more than 100 nationally recognized artists such as Howard Terpning, James Christensen, Alan Bean, Bev Doolittle, and William Phillips.  The gallery also features original works by outstanding Pacific Northwest artists.  The gallery’s artistic consultants select every piece of art for inspiring and thoughtful beauty, satisfaction of ownership and long-term value.

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- Denise Elizabeth Stone

The batik watercolors of Denise Elizabeth Stone are a fusion of contemporary chic with primeval nature, an expression of color and texture that grabs the viewer's eye and pulls him or her forward toward the art.

Visit the gallery today to see the beginning of Stone's month-long Art Event. The LaGrande, OR, artist is donating 10 percent of her sale proceeds to bird and habitat preservation organizations.

Read all about Stone in our article, Batik Beauty, and meet Stone in person Saturday, July 21, during our Summer Celebration Art Show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

- Jerry Poindexter

carved wooden birds are so lifelike that when you step into the gallery,  you'll be tempted to stop, hushed and still, to avoid frightening them into flight.

The Spokane artist, who has been carving birds for more than 20 years, spends hours researching their shape, form, size, proportions, and coloration before making the first cut in a piece of tupelo wood. His expertise in bird anatomy, in conjunction with an eye for form and movement, makes him a sought after judge for carving exhibitions, such as the international Columbia Flyway Wildlife Show in Vancouver, WA.

Visit the gallery today to the see Poindexter's month-long Art Exhibit, a flock of winged creatures that stand poised upon their perches. Or click on this link to view Poindexter's art and purchase it online. And read all about Poindexter in our article, Carving Birds.

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- James Christensen: Whimsical, Witty, and Thoughtful.

We can all use an extra smile in our lives, and the art of James Christensen encourages us to stop and take things not so seriously for awhile.

Drop into the gallery today and take in our wall of James Christensen artwork, which ranges from the sublimely, dryly humorous to the musingly thoughtful.

We have an incredible selection of the late artist's work -- feel free to ask a gallery assistant to show you our full collection.

- Coming up Soon!

Why have an ordinary, boring doorbell when you can have one that gets people excitedly talking before they even enter your house?

Timber Bronze 53 is a Wallowa-based, family owned company that produces handcrafted home decor items -- from drawer pulls to doorbells to hat hooks -- that add functional artistry to the home.

The owners of Timber Bronze 53, Garrett and Beth Lowe, will be at the gallery Saturday, July 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., as part of our Summer Celebration Art Show. They will also be showing their work at the gallery in a month-long Art Event, beginning July 16.

Buy something extra fun for your house this summer! (And read all about the Lowes and Timber Bronze in our article, Bronze Home Decor.)

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- Bev Doolittle

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The artwork of Bev Doolittle celebrates the West, both its colorful past and its picturesque present. Known for her accuracy of detail, Doolittle frequently incorporates a picture within a picture -- almost a visual puzzle -- in many of her images.

Visit the gallery today and see a selection of our collection of Doolittle art, both what is up on the wall as well as in our archives.

- Kirk Campana

Pastel Paintings

Kirk Campana is an urgent care physician from Eagle, ID, who paints richly colored, tranquil landscapes in pastel. Enamored of art from childhood, Campana did not allow the insane schedule of medical school to derail his need to create art, and in the midst of endless studying and lab work, made sure he always took a class in art on the side.

Visit the gallery Monday, June 4, to catch the first day of Campana's month-long Art Event, and enter into a world of nature's peace and beauty.

(Read all about Campana in our article, Physician and Artist.)

 
 
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Painted Ladies By Bev Doolittle

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- Alan Bean

Alan Bean made his name as an astronaut when he became the fourth human being to walk on the moon, and he made his name as an artist when he documented the historical achievement through his paintings.

The beloved astronaut/artist, who passed away May 26, left behind a legacy of adventure and space exploration, celebrating the earth seen from space, and space seen from the moon.

Visit the gallery today to see a wall of Bean's work, commemorating the life of the man who brought the moon down to the earth and our vision up to the stars.

 
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- Deborah Bruce

In the 30 years that she worked as a professional florist, Deborah Bruce fell in love with flowers and trees and plants.

The Walla Walla watercolor artist, who has been working in the medium for 20 years, captures the landscapes, flora, and beauty of the area around her.

Bruce's month-long Art Event begins Monday, May 7, and she will be at the gallery in person Saturday, May 26, for a special art show during Dayton Days on Memorial Day Weekend.

(Read all about Bruce in our article, Florist and Painter.)

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-Mary Calanche Jewelry

Dayton bead artist Mary Calanche sometimes works with beads so small, it is difficult to find the holes through which to string them.

But the sheer intricacy and detail is what makes each project exciting, and Calanche's Art Event of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings includes everything from those itty bitty beads to semi-precious stones that glisten and glitter in the light.

Visit the gallery today to see Calanche's exquisite display, and read all about the artist in our article, Beads, Beads, and Beads.

 
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  Jewelry artist Mary Calanche (left) chats with visitors of all ages at the Dayton Days Art show.

Jewelry artist Mary Calanche (left) chats with visitors of all ages at the Dayton Days Art show.

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- Steve Henderson

Dayton painter Steve Henderson celebrates the beauty of the earth and the humans who live upon it. Henderson's freshly updated wall showcases the New West of the Southwest, along with the Pacific Northwest.

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- Patrick Fleming

Kennewick artist Patrick Fleming creates pottery that is as beautiful as it is functional. Much of the clay Fleming uses is hand-dug by the artist from the area around the Tri-Cities, adding a special touch of the region to each piece.

 

 Commemorative ALL WHEELS WEEKEND poster.

Commemorative ALL WHEELS WEEKEND poster.

 

- Focus on Framing

Special times, special days, special places.

A vintage-style commemorative poster of Dayton's All Wheel Weekend nestles in a pleasingly rustic frame, coalescing with the nostalgic image of the artwork.

Bring your special memory pieces to the gallery, and let's turn them into artwork for your wall! 

 

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Touchet Valley Golf Club Schedule
Jul
9
to Nov 16

Touchet Valley Golf Club Schedule

  • Touchet Valley Golf Course (map)
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May 21st Monday night Women golf starts

Fall Best Ball Sept. 29th & 30th

A new annual greens fee offering at TVGC.

If you have never paid an annual greens fee, or haven’t in the last 3 years, they are offering if for $250.00 this year.

Week greens fee Monday-Friday $18.00/9 holes/ weekends $22.00/9 holes.

Anybody is welcome to come and join in on the fun.

Pam Hermanns

Dayton Country Club

509.520.6726

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Blue Mountain Station
Jul
17
to Jul 21

Blue Mountain Station

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique business model that we hope will revolutionize the artisan food processing industry. This new 28 acre food park is located next to Highway 12 right outside Dayton, Washington. Infrastructure has been installed on the first 8 acres, and our first building, the Artisan Food Center, was completed in December of 2013. With this new business park, the Port of Columbia is creating a cluster of artisan food processors with the fun of food tourism at this site nestled in the scenic Walla Walla Valley.

Dayton is set at the foot of the Blue Mountains of Eastern Washington, nestled amongst the rolling fertile farmland and forested slopes of the scenic Touchet River Valley. A popular destination renowned for its abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, beautifully restored downtown, world class restaurants and stately historic homes, Dayton, and surrounding Columbia County, is also a region blessed by a historically rich culture of great food and wine.

Embracing this culture, the Port of Columbia is developing Blue Mountain Station, the world’s very first destination eco-food processing park dedicated to the recruitment and marketing of artisan food processors, primarily in the natural and organic sectors. Blue Mountain Station will be the anchor of a vertically integrated brand program beginning with the farmer and extending to the processor, the wholesaler, the retailer and, ultimately, to the quality-minded, health-conscious consumer. The park will blend sustainable, locally-produced agriculture with artisan food processing and food tourism in a setting in keeping with the environmental and architectural integrity of Dayton.

 

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FOODSTOCK! 2018
Jul
21
11:00 AM11:00

FOODSTOCK! 2018

Make food, not war. Give peas a chance. Celebrate music, summer, and delicious food at the 4th annual FoodStock.

We'll have live music, food trucks (including La Monarca!), and a beer and wine garden set up for outside lounging. 

Don't forget to visit the tie-dye station!

FREE kids activities include bounce house and face-painting!

Follow this event / mark that you're interested for updates on food trucks and band schedule!

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Tuesday, Friday & Saturday at Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market
Jul
24
to Jul 28

Tuesday, Friday & Saturday at Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market

The Artisan Food Center was constructed through the summer of 2013

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique business model that we hope will revolutionize the artisan food processing industry. This new 28 acre food park is located next to Highway 12 right outside Dayton, Washington. Infrastructure has been installed on the first 8 acres, and our first building, the Artisan Food Center, was completed in December of 2013. With this new business park, the Port of Columbia is creating a cluster of artisan food processors with the fun of food tourism at this site nestled in the scenic Walla Walla Valley.

Dayton is set at the foot of the Blue Mountains of Eastern Washington, nestled amongst the rolling fertile farmland and forested slopes of the scenic Touchet River Valley. A popular destination renowned for its abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, beautifully restored downtown, world class restaurants and stately historic homes, Dayton, and surrounding Columbia County, is also a region blessed by a historically rich culture of great food and wine.

Embracing this culture, the Port of Columbia is developing Blue Mountain Station, the world’s very first destination eco-food processing park dedicated to the recruitment and marketing of artisan food processors, primarily in the natural and organic sectors. Blue Mountain Station will be the anchor of a vertically integrated brand program beginning with the farmer and extending to the processor, the wholesaler, the retailer and, ultimately, to the quality-minded, health-conscious consumer. The park will blend sustainable, locally-produced agriculture with artisan food processing and food tourism in a setting in keeping with the environmental and architectural integrity of Dayton.

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Tuesday, Friday & Saturday - Artisan Farmers Market
Jul
31
to Aug 4

Tuesday, Friday & Saturday - Artisan Farmers Market

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to experience food like you never have before, bringing together regional artisan food producers, local produce, art and craft vendors, a commercial kitchen and a Co-op market providing local food, products and services to grow a healthy, sustainable community!  Our 28 acre site is located next to Highway 12 right outside of Dayton, Washington.  Products made on-site in our food processing bays, produce grown on-site  in our garden, and other regional food and craft products are offered to the public through the BMS Co-op Market on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am – 4 pm.  Click here for the latest market info.

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Swim the Snake - Bike, Swim, Paddle your way across the Snake River!
Aug
11
11:00 AM11:00

Swim the Snake - Bike, Swim, Paddle your way across the Snake River!

SIXTH ANNUAL, August 11, 2018 at Lyons Ferry, Washington USA

Participants are requested to pre-register at  eventbrite.com/swimthesnake.

This year, event organizers are also offering a non-competitive, 33.3 mile bike ride beginning at the Waitsburg Fairgrounds to Lyons Ferry Marina at 8 am on Saturday, August 11.  Paddling events and the original open-water swim will begin at 11 am and 11:30 am, respectively.  All participants MUST sign a waiver for release of liability PRIOR to engaging in any sponsored events.

Entry fee is $30.00. This event is a fundraiser for the Blue Mountain RC&D (Resource Conservation and Development) Council, a regional non-profit and two local youth summer swim programs, Pomeroy and Dayton.

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Dumas Station, Pre-Harvest Dinner
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Dumas Station, Pre-Harvest Dinner

Saturday, September 8th
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

at Dumas Station

Join us for a relaxing dinner at the winery, before the madness of harvest begins.  We’ll have our winemaking equipment on display, and will give a brief tutorial and answer any questions you may have.  We promise we won’t put you to work!

Dinner will be catered by Grassroot Gourmet Catering Co. of Dayton.
Menu and pricing will be published soon.

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Cup of Joe - June 18th 7:30AM - Let's Talk Shop - Local, that is.
Jul
18
7:30 AM07:30

Cup of Joe - June 18th 7:30AM - Let's Talk Shop - Local, that is.

Join us for Cup of Joe this June 18th at

Weinhard Hotel 235 E Main St, Dayton, Washington 99328

 

Join us for breakfast and coffee on the rooftop garden of the Weinhard Hotel as we talk about Shop Local - what's worked in the past, what we want to do moving forward, and what other areas are doing that we may want to adopt!

This event is free and open to the public. See you there!

Cup of Joe is a monthly coffee networking meeting sponsored by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce and the Port of Columbia.

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Summer Hours - Blue Mountain Station -
Jul
10
to Jul 14

Summer Hours - Blue Mountain Station -

The Artisan Food Center was constructed through the summer of 2013

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique business model that we hope will revolutionize the artisan food processing industry. This new 28 acre food park is located next to Highway 12 right outside Dayton, Washington. Infrastructure has been installed on the first 8 acres, and our first building, the Artisan Food Center, was completed in December of 2013. With this new business park, the Port of Columbia is creating a cluster of artisan food processors with the fun of food tourism at this site nestled in the scenic Walla Walla Valley.

Dayton is set at the foot of the Blue Mountains of Eastern Washington, nestled amongst the rolling fertile farmland and forested slopes of the scenic Touchet River Valley. A popular destination renowned for its abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, beautifully restored downtown, world class restaurants and stately historic homes, Dayton, and surrounding Columbia County, is also a region blessed by a historically rich culture of great food and wine.

Embracing this culture, the Port of Columbia is developing Blue Mountain Station, the world’s very first destination eco-food processing park dedicated to the recruitment and marketing of artisan food processors, primarily in the natural and organic sectors. Blue Mountain Station will be the anchor of a vertically integrated brand program beginning with the farmer and extending to the processor, the wholesaler, the retailer and, ultimately, to the quality-minded, health-conscious consumer. The park will blend sustainable, locally-produced agriculture with artisan food processing and food tourism in a setting in keeping with the environmental and architectural integrity of Dayton.

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Workshop with Dave Mitchell of the Leadership Difference
Jul
9
5:30 PM17:30

Workshop with Dave Mitchell of the Leadership Difference

Brought to you by the Port of Columbia

 

Dave Mitchell, founder and president of the Leadership Difference, will bring his unique form of “enter-TRAIN-ment” to Dayton’s Liberty Theater on Monday, July 9th at 5:30 p.m. In this free, fun, and informative event, Mitchell will provide practical, tactical and strategic tips for any retailer to apply immediately to enhance their business. He will discuss the competitive advantages of creating a unique customer experience that inspires consumers to return to the brick and mortar world of shopping. His advice will inspire all retailers to improve their customer experience and increase their profits in the digital age.
Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served before the presentation begins at 5:30 p.m. This is a free community event that is open to the public.


Since founding the Leadership Difference in 1995, over 350,000 people have attended Dave’s “enter-TRAIN-ment” seminars on topics that include leadership, customer service, selling skills, and personal performance enhancement. Dave is the author of the book Live and Learn or Die Stupid! The book focuses on personal contentment and performance excellence. His second book, The Power of Understanding People, was released in December 2013 and was immediately named Best Business Book of the Month by Amazon. Dave’s third book, Extracting “Me” is scheduled for release in the Fall of 2018. He is also a founding owner of Pambrun Vineyards.

For questions regarding this event, please contact Kathryn Witherington, Economic Development Coordinator with the Port of Columbia, at 509-382-2577 or kathryn@portofcolumbia.org.

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Tuesday, Friday & Saturday Market at Blue Mountain Station
Jul
3
to Jul 7

Tuesday, Friday & Saturday Market at Blue Mountain Station

Blue Mountain Station Co-Op is a cooperative market that works to increase consumer access to affordable, healthy and responsibly produced food and environmentally friendly products in Dayton, WA and surrounding neighborhoods. As a socially and environmentally responsible organization, we seek to create and nurture relationships with other Co-ops, farms, small businesses and producers that are local, sustainable and natural. We believe that bringing our neighborhood together around good food can strengthen community connections, promote economic and cultural diversity while increasing overall health in Dayton, Washington.

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Dumas Station Live Concert
Jun
30
11:00 AM11:00

Dumas Station Live Concert

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Saturday, June 30, 2018
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
at Dumas Station

This summer we’ll bring back one of our favorite bands from Walla Walla: Rogue Lobster.  Their tunes feature beautiful harmonies with a blend of Bluegrass and Americana.

Sandwiches and salads will be available for purchase from the delightful Melissa Weatherford and her Grassroot Gourmet Catering Co.


Wine will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
No charge for admission.

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Summer Hours - Blue Mountain Station!
Jun
26
to Jun 30

Summer Hours - Blue Mountain Station!

Blue Mountain Station offers you an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique business model that we hope will revolutionize the artisan food processing industry. This new 28 acre food park is located next to Highway 12 right outside Dayton, Washington. Infrastructure has been installed on the first 8 acres, and our first building, the Artisan Food Center, was completed in December of 2013. With this new business park, the Port of Columbia is creating a cluster of artisan food processors with the fun of food tourism at this site nestled in the scenic Walla Walla Valley.

Dayton is set at the foot of the Blue Mountains of Eastern Washington, nestled amongst the rolling fertile farmland and forested slopes of the scenic Touchet River Valley. A popular destination renowned for its abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, beautifully restored downtown, world class restaurants and stately historic homes, Dayton, and surrounding Columbia County, is also a region blessed by a historically rich culture of great food and wine.

Embracing this culture, the Port of Columbia is developing Blue Mountain Station, the world’s very first destination eco-food processing park dedicated to the recruitment and marketing of artisan food processors, primarily in the natural and organic sectors. Blue Mountain Station will be the anchor of a vertically integrated brand program beginning with the farmer and extending to the processor, the wholesaler, the retailer and, ultimately, to the quality-minded, health-conscious consumer. The park will blend sustainable, locally-produced agriculture with artisan food processing and food tourism in a setting in keeping with the environmental and architectural integrity of Dayton.

 

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KIwanis - Road to Leadership, Student Car Wash!
Jun
24
10:00 AM10:00

KIwanis - Road to Leadership, Student Car Wash!

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COLUMBIA COUNTY COMMUNITY NETWORK – KIWANIS ROAD TO LEADERSHIP PROJECT

Each year the Kiwanis Club Road to Leadership project sends four or more local high school
juniors and their teacher on an all-expense paid educational trip to Washington D.C. for a
week of intensive learning activities. As part of the Close Up program, they join with
hundreds of other young people from across the country to explore DC, meet with their
Representatives and Senators, and visit historic monuments and museums. This is a one-ofa-
kind opportunity for students to experience their government in action.

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Our students also get face to face with Washington insiders that play a key role in the
American political system. Our seminar panels often include lobbyists, journalists, and
members of the Armed Forces. These instrumental political players take time to answer
questions from students and explain more about how they impact government and policy.

Students who apply for the program prepare for the trip with their teachers. Upon their
return, these future leaders share what they have learned with other classmates and our
community.

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24th Annual All Wheels Weekend !
Jun
15
to Jun 17

24th Annual All Wheels Weekend !

 

REGISTER TODAY!

Registration starts Friday 4-7 pm through Saturday morning 6:30-10 am followed by the Show & Shine. The day is packed full of activities that include: Poker Walk, Outlaw Lawn Dragster Races, Men's Drag Races, and the Trophy Presentation. After all the action head on down to the Fairgrounds for a "crashin' up" good time with the Demo Derby. 

 
 
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Contact the Dayton Chamber of Commerce for Tickets! (509) 382-4825

 

For RV camping availability at the Columbia County Fairgrounds, please contact the Commissioner's Office at (509)382-4542

Also check out our list of Dayton Chamber Members to view other lodging options!

 

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Jay's Huevos Rancheros Brunch at Dumas Station
Jun
9
10:30 AM10:30

Jay's Huevos Rancheros Brunch at Dumas Station

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Jay & Neil are back at it--taking a break from wine making to whip up a delicious brunch for our Wine Club!  You will be treated to a buffet of grilled tortillas, chorizo, beans, eggs, tasty side dishes and toppings, to create your perfect huevos rancheros.  Nothing pairs better with this brunch than our Cow Catcher White mimosas, though our red wines come a close second, so we'll have plenty of those open as well.

Saturday, June 9th
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
at Dumas Station Wines

Tickets are $20 +tax, and include brunch plus a glass of wine.  This event is for Wine Club Members only.  Tickets available through Monday, June 4th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Expanded Dayton Days Celebration!  "Our Western Heritage"
May
26
10:00 AM10:00

Expanded Dayton Days Celebration! "Our Western Heritage"

Register For the Parade Today!

*PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN the Hold Harmless Agreement/Model Agreement ON YOUR ENTRY FORM!*

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Dayton Days is shaping up to be quite a community celebration! 

All activities will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2018

Main Street Parade at 10 AM, then:

Western Roping on The Historic Courthouse Lawn

3rd Street Block Party, Hosted by The Dayton Memorial Library

Royalty Court Meet and Greet at The Historic Depot Courtyard

Smith Hollow School House Presents Mock School Assignments

Boldman House Museum Hosts Old Time Children's Activities, including apple peeling, non-electric washing of clothes

Palus Museum Open House

The Liberty Theater Joins in on the fun with the showing of an old western movie  

Blue Mountain Station hosts Summer Market Season Opening featuring local vendors, fresh produce, a petting zoo and XO Alambic Celebrates their newest Whiskey with a Tasting!

Mule Mania hosts Free Family Mule Competitions at The Columbia County Fairgrounds.

Be sure to bring your whole family this year, we have something planned for everyone!  Join us Memorial Day Weekend and Lets Bring Dayton Days BACK!

*Parade Participants that are walking or on floats need to park at the

Dayton City Pool, S 1ST ST.*

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Mule Mania - Memorial Day Weekend - Free Admission!
May
26
to May 27

Mule Mania - Memorial Day Weekend - Free Admission!

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COME ONE, COME ALL!

Mule Mania, located in the scenic and historic city of Dayton, Washington is now in its eighth year. It was created to provide a regional show that celebrates both the marvels and beauty of mules as well as the owners who so passionately train and nurture them. The show includes 2 days of thrilling mule competition with an awards presentation at the end, along with a parade down Main Street and a grand entrance to the arena. Mule Mania is also a celebration of the frontier lifestyle with numerous heritage and arts vendors, historic reenactments, and Chuck Wagon dinners Friday and Saturday nights. The weekend also includes a beer garden, a variety of food vendors, and music and dancing Saturday night.

http://www.mulemaniadayton.com/

Vendor Registration Here

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Poppy Day, Support Veterans!
May
25
9:00 AM09:00

Poppy Day, Support Veterans!

Remembrance Day (Poppy Day) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth of Nations member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

Come to Dayton Mercantile or McQuarys TODAY to buy a poppy & show your support to our beloved veterans, American Legion Frank E. Bauers Post 42

Connecting the visual image of the poppy with the sacrifice of service made by our veterans has been an important goal of the American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Program since its inception in 1921. On Memorial Day and Veterans Day, millions of red crepe paper poppies—all handmade by veterans as part of their therapeutic rehabilitation—are distributed across the country in exchange for donations that go directly to assist disabled and hospitalized veterans in our communities.

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May
10
to May 20

"A Bad Day At Gopher's Breath" - A Melodrama by TVAC Productions

The Liberty Theater proudly presents BAD DAY AT GOPHER’s BREATH, a Melodrama you won’t want to miss.  After many failures due to ineptitude, the notorious Rawlins gang rides into Gopher's Breath to rob the bank. While Rawhide Rawlins dreams of a farm for his ma, Sheriff Crutchwaffle also has his designs on the loot. Audiences will roar with laughter, and enjoy participating in this lively play riddled with all the traditional clichés of the classic western. Recommended for ages 8+.  Contact the manager at 509-382-1380 or by email at kirsten@libertytheater.org

May 10, 7-9pm, ticket prices, $10

May 11, 7-9pm, ticket prices $10-15

May 12, 7-9pm, ticket prices $10-15

May 13, 3-5pm, ticket prices $10-15

May 18, 7-9pm, ticket prices $10-15

May 19, 7-9pm, ticket prices $10-15

May 20, 3-5pm, ticket prices $10-15

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FFA Plant Sale!
May
7
to May 25

FFA Plant Sale!

Come support your local FFA! Proceeds help send FFA members to the State Convention!

May 7-25

Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

FFA Greenhouse, 614 S 3rd ST Dayton WA

Petunias, calibrachoa, Geranium, Bacopa, Pansies, Alyssum, Perennials, Tomatoes, Peppers, Cabbage, Herbs, Hanging baskets, & So Much more!!

 

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Dumas Station presents a Special Library Wine
May
1
to May 31

Dumas Station presents a Special Library Wine

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Spring Release!

 

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 Here's our lineup for the month of May:

2014 Merlot
2015 Cabernet Franc (new!)
2014 Cabernet Sauvignon
2014 Syrah
2012 Cabernet Sauvignon (library bonus pour!)
2016 Birch Creek Chardonnay

- A Special Library Wine


For those not able to join us at the winery this month, we invite you to grab a few bottles of  Chardonnay before the summer weather heats up, or treat yourself to a bottle of our beautifully aged 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon (91 points, $48 Wine Club) from our library at the winery.

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Winemaker Tasting Series

Have you signed up for this new monthly event?  It's free for Wine Club members, including 2 guests.  Check our website for dates & topics, and the link to sign up.  Psst...there are still spots available for Saturday, May 12th 11:15 a.m. Food & Wine Pairing!

 

 

Winemaker Tasting Series - Monthly, Saturday 11:15 a.m.—12:15 p.m.
Spring Release Weekend - May 4, 5, 6: 11 a.m.—5 p.m.
Huevos Brunch - Saturday, June 9: 10:30 a.m.—12 p.m.
Summer BBQ with Rogue Lobster - Saturday June 30: 11 a.m.—1 p.m.
September Wine Club Pickup/Shipment - Saturday & Sunday September 7, 8
Pre-Harvest Dinner- Saturday, September 8: 6 p.m.—8 p.m.
Fall Release Weekend /November Wine Club - Nov. 2, 3, 4: 11 a.m.—5 p.m.
Holiday Barrel Tasting Weekend - December 7, 8, 9: 11 a.m.—5 p.m.

 

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Our Tasting Room at the Winery is open: Thursday - Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
To schedule a private tour and tasting, call us at (509) 426-4582

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Dumas Station Wines

36229 Highway 12

Dayton, WA 99328

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