What are you planning on doing this weekend in the Yakima Valley? If you're running low on ideas, maybe we can help you out! See if there is something below that you want to do for this Memorial Day weekend of May 27-29!

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    7th Annual Dee Adams Memorial Fire & Thunder

    May 26-28 at Renegade Raceway in Wapato, gates open at 6 p.m.

    PRICE: Kids (12 and under) are free; General Admission is $15.

    Enjoy lots of street legal drags, racing and jet funny cars.

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    30th Annual Yakima Memorial Day PLUS Weekend

    May 26-29 at Yakima Valley Square and Round Dance Center in Moxee

    Call for price info.

    The dance event begins Friday night at 7 p.m. and runs throughout the weekend, including a breakfast on Monday. Workshops will be offered. For more information, call Kay & Roger Mahan at (509) 823-4675.

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    Weekend Spa Day at The Little Soapmaker

    May 26 and May 27 in Yakima


    Get samples of soaps, body scrubs and massage oils for every member of the family!

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    Memorial Day Weekend at Tanjuli Winery

    May 27, 28, and 29 in Zillah

    PRICE: Tasting Fees

    The winery will host local winemaker Tom Campbell, as he will be pouring tastings of 2007, 2008 and 2009 Malbec to toast the troops on this Memorial Day weekend.

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    54th Annual Washington State Audubon Campout at Wenas Creek

    May 26-29 at Hazel Wolf Bird Sanctuary and Wenas Creek Campground

    Call for price info.

    Enjoy the hikes and planned activities including bird and wildlife field trips at the spot between Ellensburg and Yakima, also known as the Boise Cascade Campground. For more information, call Doris Johnson, coordinator, at (253) 588-8428.

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    Memorial Day Walking Tours of Downtown Yakima

    May 29 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Front Street.


    This special tour will highlight some of Yakima's most historic Memorial Day events. The tour will last about 1.5 hours.
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    Navid Elliot and These Guitars Say Sorry at Tieton Cider Works

    May 27 at Tieton Cider Works in Yakima at 619 W. J St., from 5-8 p.m.

    No Cover Fee

    Talented musician and songwriter Navid Elliot joins the bill with the band These Guitars Say Sorry on the outdoor stage. All ages show. Food vendor will be on site.

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    Strawberry Jamboree at Bill's Berry Farm

    May 27-29 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. in Grandview.

    No cover fee

    Pick your own berries then head over to the park area to jam out to the bands performing at the farm! Bring some money to grab some delicious fresh doughnuts and lemonade!

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    Community Unity ... Second Annual Stop The Violence Event

    May 27 at noon to May 28 at 4 p.m. at Miller Park in Yakima


    Get your kids involved with volunteer opportunities in youth programs, as well as meet some new people in your community! There will be live music, food vendors, bouncy houses, and information booths, so stop by!

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    WWI and WWII Poster Exhibit

    Friday, May 26, at the Woman's Century Club in Yakima, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Donald House in Yakima.


    Come to the Women's Century Club and take a gander at the amazing posters from the World War II collection of Jim and Sheron Givans.