Yakima has a prostate cancer support group that meets the second Wednesday of the month from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The group meets at the Harman Center on North 65th Avenue. The Next meeting is set for September 11.
Iconic Yakima independent record store Off The Record is shuttering their doors for good in less than a few weeks. To close it up with a bang, they will have an entire day of live music from local bands performing on their indoor stage this weekend.
For more information on the parade and information to become a volunteer check yakimasunfairparade.com
applications can also be picked up and dropped off at Ron’s Coin and Books (6 North 3rd Street) and the Yakima Chamber of Commerce office (10 North 9th Street).
King is launching the business in October.
She'll offer looped routes to taprooms and breweries on Friday and Sunday. On Saturday she'll offer 4-hour tours and private tours will be available as well.
Check her website at ridelittlehopper.com
Thousands of people enjoyed the warm weather at campsites and parks, visiting the Moxee Hop Festival checking out the hot rods at the Vintiques show at State Fair Park. Area lakes and rivers were busy as people were looking for ways to cool off from the hot weather.