Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market
Jul
25
10:00 am10:00

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.

Chris Yeaton and Carl Tosten in Concert
Jul
27
7:00 pm19:00

Chris Yeaton and Carl Tosten in Concert

Join us at the Liberty for an evening of acoustic guitar with two artists at the forefront of their respective traditions.

Hawaii born Chris Yeaton draws from a lineage of great Hawaiian slack key tradition and has toured nationally with Keola Beamer and John Keawe. Yeaton has a unique style of beautiful and progressive slack key that incorporates a blend of the traditional and contemporary fingerstyle. He is joined by Carl Tosten, a Pacific Northwest solo acoustic guitarist who applies unconventional techniques and styles to create uniquely beautiful fingerstyle guitar playing.

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station
Jul
28
10:00 am10:00

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station

Six small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden,
a co-op owned market and we’re growing.

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. 

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station
Jul
29
10:00 am10:00

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station

  • 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.

 

Jams in July - Educational Series
Jul
30
1:00 pm13:00

Jams in July - Educational Series

In this hands-on class, participants will learn the principles of preparing and canning jams to ensure a quality and safe food product. Students will leave with one jar of jam, printed materials and the knowledge of how to create a healthier, lower-sugar fruit spread.

At Blue Mountain Station
Instruction is by Jennifer Kleffner, the owner of Miles Away Farm
in Walla Walla.
All supplies will be provided

Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market
Aug
1
10:00 am10:00

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.

Dayton's National Night Out
Aug
1
5:00 pm17:00

Dayton's National Night Out

  • National Night Out 2017

Columbia County is hosting a National Night Out event in Dayton City Park from 5-8 p.m. Aug. 1. 

The annual anti-crime and anti-drug event is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by Sheriff Rocky Miller and his staff at the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.  

Last year’s National Night Out campaign involved citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local officials from more than 15,000 communities in all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases worldwide, said Tim Quig, event coordinator, in a release. 

In all, more than 37 million people participated in National Night Out in 2016. Typically, nearly 1,000 people attend National Night Out in the Dayton City Park each year, Tim said.  

National Night Out heightens crime- and drug-prevention awareness; generates support for and participation in local anti-crime efforts; strengthens neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and sends a message to criminals and drug dealers letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back, according to organizers.

Dayton City Park will be filled with events and activities, Tim said. Free hot dogs courtesy of Banner Bank will be served up by members of Dayton Kiwanis and Dayton Lions clubs and other local volunteers. Free soft drinks will be provided by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. And free cold bottled water will be provided.  

Columbia County Public Transportation will offer free cotton candy and snow cones. Scheduled events include a close-up look at a Life Flight helicopter and National Guard Blackhawk helicopter, which will fly in for display.   

Children can be fingerprinted and videotaped for an emergency response identification packet by the Child Abduction Response Team. The Game Department will have its new patrol jet boat on display. Fire District 3 will provide tours of its ambulances and fire trucks.  

Kyles Custom Toys and Towing will be on hand with a huge new tow truck. SHEO kids will have a photo booth. The YWCA will provide a wide variety of kids’ games and activities. Free swimming will be offered in the Dayton City Pool from 6-8 p.m. Blue Mountain Counseling will screen a free family movie in the park beginning at 9 p.m.

More than 30 exhibits and displays are expected on the park lawn, and there will be free prize drawings conducted by many of the exhibitors all evening, but be present to win. 

Bring the family, lawn chairs and blankets to the alcohol- and smoke-free event, Tim said. However, no animals will be allowed in the park, per Dayton City Public Works

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station
Aug
4
10:00 am10:00

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station

Six small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden,
a co-op owned market and we’re growing.

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. 

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station
Aug
5
10:00 am10:00

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station

  • 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.

 

Evening at the Depot
Aug
5
6:00 pm18:00

Evening at the Depot

Join us for Evening at the Depot on the Depot's Courtyard. This year, our auction's featured package is three nights and four days at The Hacienda Aquajito in Carmel, California. Tickets are $35 and include hors d'oeuvres by Grassroot Gourmet, Dumas Station Wines, Chief Springs Micro-Brews and non-alcoholic beverages. Live music by Bobby K and Mike McQuary.

Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market
Aug
8
10:00 am10:00

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.

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station
Aug
11
10:00 am10:00

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station

Six small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden,
a co-op owned market and we’re growing.

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. 

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station
Aug
12
10:00 am10:00

Artisan Farmers Market Every Saturday at Blue Mountain Station

  • 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.

 

Swim the Snake
Aug
12
11:00 am11:00

Swim the Snake

A non-competitive, open water swim across the Snake River in Southeast Washington State. The one-way distance is 0.7 mile. New this year, paddle in a kayak or paddle board (ONLY, please) and swim relay.

The paddling begins at Lyons Ferry Marina (11 a.m.), ends at Lyons Ferry State Park, where a swimmer enters the water at the Park (relay team or paddler-turned-swimmer) and swims back to Lyons Ferry Marina.

The open water swim event will immediately follow the paddling/swim event at 11:30 a.m.. All participants must be out of the river channel by 1 p.m.

The event is a fundraiser for the Blue Mountain RC&D Council, and the Dayton and Pomeroy Youth Summer Swim Team programs.

Event T-shirts are included in the price of the event. 2XL-4XL shirts are $5 more

Blue Mountain Station - Artisan Farmers Market
Aug
15
10:00 am10:00

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.


John Nilen in Concert
Jul
22
6:00 pm18:00

John Nilen in Concert

  • Dayton Methodist Church

Nilsen is a native of the Pacific Northwest, born in Seattle and raised primarily in Portland, where he has been a resident for many years.  Nilsen began studying piano at age six and guitar at age twelve.   He attended Southern Oregon University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in English.  He loves to get out on the rivers, into the forests and onto the mountains of the region.  The people, landscapes, weather, and tenor of life in the Pacific Northwest frequently influence Nilsen’s musical themes.

 Farmers Market Saturday @ Blue Mountain Station
Jul
22
10:00 am10:00

Farmers Market Saturday @ Blue Mountain Station

  • 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.

 

Jul
21
6:30 pm18:30

Astro-Blast Star Viewing Party

  • Blue Mountain Station

Astro-Blast Star Viewing Party

Friday-July 21st-6:30pm

Mark your calendars for this very special event. Dayton Memorial Library along with Friends of the Dayton Memorial Library and Dayton Kiwanis Club are hosting a night of star viewing. Marty Scott, Astronomy Instructor at Walla Walla College, along with Jeff Kissell, Controls Engineer at LIGO will be out guest speakers. The Tri-Cities Astronomy Club wll be there with telescopes and additional knowledge about our night skies. Bring your own telescope if you have one, bring chairs, blankets to sit on. Dinner is free and provided by Kiwanis (grilled hotdogs and hamburgers).

 

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station
Jul
21
10:00 am10:00

Friday Market at Blue Mountain Station

Six small food processors, a commercial kitchen, an on-site garden,
a co-op owned market and we’re growing.

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. 

Supper Club - China
Jul
20
6:00 pm18:00

Supper Club - China

The Q is teaming up with Noble Hunt for a Supper Club Pop-Up Dinner in Dayton, WA. We'll be cooking up some authentic Chinese Grill and other Chinese goodies. 
Here's the menu:
Tea Smoked Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Won Ton w/ Sweet & Sour Sauce
Shellfish w/ Black Bean Sauce
Dan Dan Mian - Sichuan Street Food
Char Siu - BBQ Pork w/ Fried Rice & Chinese Long Beans
$35/pp
Beer & Wine available for purchase from Noble Hunt
Reservations ONLY

Cup of Joe
Jul
19
7:30 am07:30

Cup of Joe

Join us to hear from Justin Nix, the Exectuive Director of the Dayton Chamber of Commerce. Justin will share with us about how his first couple of months as director, about his workplan for the remainder of 2017 and the benefits to being a member of the Dayton Chamber. 

Our host will be Jay Ball, the owner of Jay's Garage, a full-service automotive repair shop at 527 E. Cameron St in Dayton. There will be plenty of breakfast snacks, hot coffee from Rey’s Roast (and sponsored by the Dayton Chamber). 

We look forward to seeing you. Feel free to bring a friend and spread the word about Cup of Joe, a casual way to stay connected and learn about what is going on in our business community. 

The Cup of Joe program is co-organized by the Port of Columbia and theDayton Chamber of Commerce.

Live Music @ Dayton Eagles
Jul
15
8:30 pm20:30

Live Music @ Dayton Eagles

Steven K and the Bounty Hunters live at the Dayton Washington Eagles Saturday July 15th from 8:30pm to 11:30pm. Brought to you by Steven K Music and Entertainment

Food Stock 2017 @ Blue Mountain Station
Jul
15
11:00 am11:00

Food Stock 2017 @ Blue Mountain Station

Join us at Blue Mountain Station on Saturday, July 15th from 11 am – 3 pm for the FOURTH ANNUAL FOODSTOCK!!

With Live Music by Richard & Nancy Monacelli
Delicious food by Tacos La Monarca 
A Beer & Wine Garden organized and supporting the Waitsburg Commercial Club; Chamber of Commerce
A Bounce House from our friends at Jumpin' Jellybeanz
A Tie-Dye T-shirt Station
Arts, Crafts, Food and Home-Based Small Business Vendors set up on the lawn:
Also check out the Co-op Market, Mary's Candies and XO Alambic to see what they are offering.
New tenants, Mama Swan's Sweet Treats will have their grand opening in Suite B.
Click "Going" or "Interested" to get up-to-date information.

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Mamas opening
Jul
15
9:00 am09:00

Mamas opening

Blue Mountain Station is having their 4th Annual Foodstock! What a great way to also celebrate our GRAND OPENING!! We will have free samples and drinks! We will also have cakes, cookies, bars and other items for purchase. BMS(Blue Mountain Station) will have live music, delicious food, a beer & wine garden, a bounce house,face-painting and also a tie-dye T-shirt station! Not to mention, Arts, Crafts, Food and Home-based small business vendors set up on the lawn. PLEASE JOIN US!!

Decaf Night @ Rey's Roast
Jul
14
6:30 pm18:30

Decaf Night @ Rey's Roast

It´s that time again! Come on down to Rey´s Roast for Decaf Night! Daergan will be here to wow us! Come enjoy quality time with quality people. As always delicious coffee will be served:D

Ribbon Cutting XO Alambic
Jul
14
6:00 pm18:00

Ribbon Cutting XO Alambic

The long awaited day is finally here! Rusty Figgins is opening his doors of his Dayton distillery XO Alambic at Blue Mountain Station!! Come join us for his ribbon cutting ceremony. Rusty will be have runs of whiskey and brandy for purchase.

Dayton Alumni Weekend
Jul
14
Jul 16

Dayton Alumni Weekend

Alumni Weekend is a celebration of all graduates of Dayton High School. Alums are invited to come and celebrate with members of their individual class while participating in the Downtown Parade and the All-Class picnic in the park on Sunday. For more information, call 509-382-2687.

All Wheels Weekend
Jun
17
11:00 am11:00

All Wheels Weekend

Registration starts at 7 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. 

Dumas Station -Grilling Class with The Q
Jun
4
4:00 pm16:00

Dumas Station -Grilling Class with The Q

Dumas Station -Grilling Class with The Q - June 4th

June 4th - 4th 2017
@ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

For those of you whom haven't been in the grilling presence of Emry Kleck, you're in for a treat!  Emry will be showing us some tips & tricks, while cooking up a delicious meal that we'll consume at the end of the class.

Grilled artichoke appetizer with
cold smoked sundried tomato and ancho chile aoili
Grilled tri-tip beef with balsamic baste
Grilled seasonal vegetables
Grilled bread

Sunday, June 4th
4 - 6 p.m.

$35 Wine Club | $45 non-WC

Ticket includes food, gratuity, and a glass of wine during class.  Additional wine will be available for purchase, to enjoy with your meal.
To buy tickets, email Ali here, or call (509) 426-4582

www.dumasstation.com

Mule Mania
May
26
May 28

Mule Mania

COME ONE, COME ALL!

Mule Mania, located in the scenic and historic city of Dayton, Washington is now in its seventh 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 3 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 live music and dancing Saturday night.