The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance will be hosting it's Walla Walla Valley Wine 30th Anniversary Celebration. The Celebration will be held at Gesa Power House Theater on March 20th from 6:30- 8pm. Over the Past 30 Years Walla Walla Valley has become one of the top wine destinations in the world. At this Celebration you will have the opportunity to hear from some of the Walla Walla Valley Wine founders like Gary Figgins from Leonetti Cellars, Rick Small from Woodward Canyon, Marty Clubb from L'Ecole No 41, Eric Rindal & John Freeman from Waterbrook, Casey McClellan from Seven Hills Winery, and Norm McKibben from Pepper Bridge Winery about how this wonderful town became renowned for it's wonderful wine! More Information and Tickets can be found through the link below. These tickets include an evening of wine,
hors d'oeurves and celebration! http://www.wallawallawine.com/30years/
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Walla Walla Valley Bands Presents Women in Music. A Celebration of women composers and Arrangers performed by WWVB Concert Band. This Wonderful performance will be held Sunday, March 16th at 3:00 p.m. at the Walla Walla Community College Performing Arts Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for Adults/ $5 for Students/Seniors. Tickets can be purchased at Book & Game Company, as well as, at the door previous to the Performance. Photo by Donna Lasater
Monday, March 3, 2014
Walla Walla Community College will be hosting it's 44th annual WWCC College Rodeo at the indoor Arena at the fairground this weekend March 7th - 9th. Come support our 43 WWCC Rodeo Team members and Coach Buster Barton. “I think it’s a great product, it’s a great show," WWCC coach Buster Barton said. “It’s a great chance to see some national-championship-quality contestants here in Walla Walla and it’s not very expensive. And you get to see some great performers, you get to see some kids from all over the Northwest who can do some amazing things with animals.” Along with great rodeo, the Famous Cowboy Breakfast kicks off Saturday from 8-11 am along with the Little Kid’s Rodeo starting at 9:30 am. The WWCC Rodeo Begins later that day starting at 1:30 pm and run again at 7:00 P.M. with the finals taking place Sunday at noon. All Proceeds will be split between the Walla Walla council on the Prevention of Child Abuse and the WWCC Rodeo scholarship fund.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Remember the good ol’ days of HUGE Up-Do’s and sparkly dresses? Well it’s time to bring them out again! Walla Walla’s Mom Prom will be Saturday March 1st, 7pm-11pm at the Marcus Whitman Hotel. The Mom Prom will have a Mardi Gras Theme. Live music will be provided by the Portland Band Dancehall Boys, there will also be food and (drum roll please) a no host bar! Tickets are $25/per person and may be purchase at Book and Game (Cash or check only) or on the Mom’s Network Website through PayPal. The Mom Prom is a fundraiser for The Mom’s Network, which provides free events for to members at the YMCA/Fort Walla Walla, free concerts downtown and educational workshops for our community.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Wine Away, A must have in our beautiful Walla Walla Valley... Ever wondered who created this Magical Gift? Here's your change to meet the genius behind that bottle of miraculous cleaning power.
Staci Wanichek, of Wine Away will be at the WWCC Enology & Viticulture center on Tuesday February 25th at 7pm. Staci will be sharing her Entrepreneurial story . Complimentary College Cellars wine and snacks will be to follow.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Food, Wine, and Love go hand in hand for this lovely evening. The Fat Duck in will be hosting a special wine maker dinner. Chef Rich Koby’s will be bringing his fresh farm to table talents for this spectacular 5 Course night. The evening’s cuisine will be highlighted by Balboa Wineries elegant wines. Balboa’s Tom and Amy Glase will be present to help showcase their wine and to celebrate the festivities. Balboa Winery has been voted best of the best in Walla Walla. The Dinner is $115 per person.Call 526-3825 to reserve a spot for this exquisite night!
Monday, February 10, 2014
February is for foodies! Come and explore different culinary techniques at Olive’s Open Kitchen Cooking Classes. This Wednesday February 12, starting at 5pm, Executive Chef Jake Crenshaw will be teaching how to create a French classic; Bouillabaisse. Along with the basics of making homemade fish stock, you will also learn the proper way to handle shellfish and lobster. This delicious stew in rich in seafood and tasty spices! In 2010 Chef Jake Crenshaw opened Olive Marketplace and Café bringing in new flavors and culinary classics into the Walla Walla Valley. The Class costs $35 per person. Please call (509) 526-0200 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to RSVP.