The Annual Canned Food Drive is the Art Event through January 31, 2019 at Wenaha Gallery. For every canned food item brought into the gallery through January 31, the giver receives $2 off their next custom framing order, up to 20% off total. All proceeds benefit the Dayton Community Food Bank.
We have a fresh delivery of local/ organic produce!
We still have fresh locally grown
*butternut squash,carrots, kabocha & delicata squash from Hayshaker Farm
* leeks, spaghetti squash, acorn squash, parsnips and lettuce from Verdurous Gardens
* Garlic from Whetstone Springs
* Organic lettuce, kale, spinach, arugula, spring mix, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, root vegetables, celery, green beans, radishes, avocados, berries, fresh herbs, bananas,oranges, lemons, grapefruit, mangoes, pomegranates, broccoli, cauliflower, and much more available from Spokane Produce! We even have organic salad dressings!!
The Liberty Theater is excited to be bringing to the stage NANA’s NAUGHTY KNICKERS, from January 25 through January 27. This story follows Bridget as she decides to stay with her favorite Nana in New York for the summer. It seems her sweet grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling handmade naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the five-borough area! Rated PG13. Get your tickets soon as there are only four performances – Jan.25 at 7pm, Jan.26 at 3pm and 7pm, and Jan.27 at 3pm. For more information, call 509.382.1380 or email email@example.com
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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.
Dayton Country Club
Enjoy "The Sting" from 1973, starring Redford and Newman. $20 ticket includes champagne and fun eats! Come in your pin stripe suits or flapper dresses for a free small popcorn! We'll ring in the New Year at 9:00 pm PST in sync with the New York ball drop.
This is simply a Library sponsored program put on the third Saturday of every month. Members of the community gather at 6:00 pm to discuss, in the barest of terms: books. What people are reading, what they want to read, what kind of books they like and what they don't! There's also dessert ;)
Ready to shred? It's time to open another great season at Bluewood. New this year are two conveyor lifts in the beginner area and a warming yurt at the summit--all with some of the sweetest pow in the region, of course. Come on up and make fun memories on the mountain! For this month's schedule, see https://www.bluewood.com/events-activities.
Get in the holiday spirit at the Night Market!
Browse under the sparkling Christmas lights to find homemade gifts, delicious treats, and Christmas trees and decorations.
Stop by a fire to warm your hands, and explore the Christmas Village with your kiddos.
XO Alambic will be releasing their new Scythe & Sheaf Ancient Grains whisky! The new Ancient Grains is an eight-year, five-grain whisky crafted from rye, maize, emmer, spelt and sprouted barley.
Mama Monacelli's will be selling their artisan candy, the perfect holiday treat, at 10% off all products.
The BMS Co-op will have live Christmas trees and decorations for sale.
In addition, a variety of local vendors will be showcasing their gifts.
This one stop shopping experience will launch you easily in to the holiday season. And keep an eye out - you may even see an appearance from Santa himself!
Learn more about what you are required to do under the new Paid Family & Medical Leave mandatory statewide insurance program.
Almost all employers (business owners, nonprofits, religious institutions, government agencies, and more) have required action to take in January 2019. Learn more and ask your questions.
Please note that small businesses are not exempt from certain parts of this plan. Even if you're small, you'll still need to adjust payroll. Come learn more and plan ahead!
There is no cost to attend.
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.
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.