Home of the Unusual
You won't believe what you find here. When you walk through the door it is like you are traveling to parts of the world you have only dreamed of going. And, you will want to go back to...again and ...
Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum invites you and your family
You are invited to a meaningful Christmas Celebration in the Pioneer Church with readings, Scripture, traditional Carols, and the lighting of the tree in the German tradition. Refreshments to follow in the Reiman-Simmons House.
Saturday, December 15, ...
Preparing for a career with electric vehicle manufacturer
Recent Big Bend Community College graduate Francisca Juarez has officially been accepted into the Tesla START Student Automotive Technician Program at Shoreline Community College. Tesla START is a 12-week intensive training program that prepares students for a career with the ...
The Othello Sandhill Crane Festival announces the 2019 Theme
The Othello Sandhill Crane Festival today announced the 2019 theme as “Elegant Travelers on a Journey”. The 22nd annual festival will be held March 22, 23, 24, 2019 in Othello Washington. With the celebration of the spring migration of the Sandhill cranes, the festival ...
A warm story for the holiday season
Based on the short story by J. Lillian Vandervere, the story of how John Dale’s rented Christmas turns into a new life for all concerned, makes this a warm story for the holiday season.
The Rented Christmas is ...
November 30th. Starts at 5 PM at Sinkiuse Square, downtown Moses Lake. Be there!
Published Nov 27, 2018
Moses Lake is proud of its location in the heartland of the Northwest’s most diversified agricultural region. The Moses Lake Agricultural Appreciation Parade pays tribute to Moses Lake’s agricultural heritage…past, present and future! Those that participate light ...
Santa delivers a Beechcraft Sport B-19 aircraft
The Big Bend Community College Aviation Program received an early Christmas present this year in the form of a Beechcraft Sport B-19 aircraft, and Santa Claus came in the form of Kevin and Ann Peterson of Seattle who delivered the ...
More than 600 books delivered to kids at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Columbia Basin
Big Bend Community College ASB officers recently helped deliver more than 600 books to kids at the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Columbia Basin. The delivery was the result of a partnership between the college and First Book.
Thank you to our farm and ranch families
(writing below is by an unknown author)
As a child growing up on a ranch or farm you learn to go to bed early so you'll be able to saddle up in the moonlight for an early-morning cow ...
By: Hayley Stoebner, Recruitment Coordinator with FosteringWA
Does the very thought of a having a teenager in your home make you shudder with fear? You are not alone! The teen years can be trying for parents and caregivers (not to mention for the teens themselves), but those ...
Downtown merchants offer a treat-filled evening for your kiddos
Trick or Treat?
The downtown merchants in these communities are preparing for a treat-filled evening for your kiddos. A great way to have fun and be safe at the same time!
Bring the ...
Saturdays and Sundays in Quincy
The Quincy Valley Lions Club in conjunction with Becerra Gardens presents their annual Harvest Mazes and Pumpkin Patch, September 29 through October 28, 2018.
Cost is $6 per person and includes the mazes, a pumpkin of choice, games, and activities. Children 2 years ...
Published Oct 28, 2018
This month, happiness appears to come in the form of tons upon tons of chocolate, billions of those tiny candy corns, and caramel covered popcorn balls and apples. Halloween is without question one of America's sweetest holiday traditions with billions ...
Unsinkable Molly Brown at Masquers Theater in Soap Lake
The Unsinkable Molly Brown Directed by Patty Jardine, Assistant Director Mistya Zaleski and Music Director Stacey Bresee is an uplifting and uniquely American spirited tale with miners, brawls, pretty girls, love and romance!This grand musical is a tour de ...
Over 5500 lunches have been made to feed those in need
For the past 21 months, a group of volunteers gathers every Tuesday evening to make sack lunches for those in need. The group varies from week to week but they show up, take their places and begin the assembly process. Spreading ...
A three-day celebration of German-Russian heritage
Odessa's celebration of its German-Russian heritage has grown into one of the largest and most prestigious community festivals in the region. Sponsored by the Odessa Chamber of Commerce, the festival is a three-day extravaganza of entertainment, food, sports, music, and ...
Presented by the Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation along with Ten Pin Brewing
Where: Ten Pin Park, 1149 N. Stratford
When: Saturday, September 15th
Why?: To support your neighbors with cancer. All Proceeds to benefit Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation and its services.
This event features 10 ...
Festival for all ages in Quincy
Where: Heritage Park in Quincy
When: Saturday, October 13 / 10AM to 3PM
Why: To share our uniqueness and celebrate our unity.
A fun FREE festival filled with music, dance, food, and arts will be an experience you ...
beach, bonfires, jet boats, and music by Seattle's Iron Dragon
Skagen Jet Boat Weekend beginning Friday, September 7th and goes thru the weekend.
This big family event scores big with a variety of jet boats tearing up the waters. Get warm with big bonfires and rock out with ...
The Moses Lake Swim in 2013 revisited. For a purpose.
In 2013, Moses Lake hosted a swim event in coordination with the Seattle SAA to raise funds for cancer research. swim. The Director of the Seattle Swim, David Day, attended the Moses Lake swim to encourage our community and support our ...
Outdoor seating on the patio, wine tasting, and friends. Perfect.
You didn't know there is wine tasting and live music every Saturday at Michael's Market and Bistro in Moses Lake? Now you do. 4:00 pm be there! Nice.
Supporting relief in the midst of a hurting world
The Mennonite Country Auction & Relief Sale is one of over 47 relief sales held in the United States and Canada. Proceeds from these relief sales support the international relief, development and service ministries of the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Service is ...
See you there!
Published Aug 30, 2018
Friday August 31 and Saturday September 1
7pm Pro West Rodeo - Tough Enough to Wear Pink Night
Ranch Bronc Riding Competition
Skagit Rein Riders Drill Team
RRA Youth Drill Team
Get a closer look at the moon and several planets
Published Aug 17, 2018
Multiple telescopes will be set up in the Big Bend Community College courtyard behind the ATEC (1800) building during the August 18th event, each offering different views of the night sky. Volunteers will be on hand as well to help participants ...
Columbia Basin Rodeo Association partners up with Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation
Thursday night’s rodeo is dedicated to “Tough Enough to Wear Pink”, a program about increasing awareness of breast cancer. Most PRCA rodeos including the National Finals in Las Vegas dedicate one night to this cause. We’re not Just “...
And the athletes who fight them
The bullfighter's job is keeping the cowboys safe. It takes athletic skill to say the least.
The bullfighters on duty are Rowdy Barry, Danny Newman, and Matt Akers.
Working with them is rodeo entertainer, JJ Harrison.
A Moses Lake Phenomenon
Published Aug 15, 2018
The cars are sliding, spinning, rolling, and of course CRASHING. This event is guaranteed to provide hours entertainment for all ages.
BBCC Veteran Resource Office hosts annual event August 21 and 22
The Big Bend Community College Veteran Resource Office will help military veterans and their families prepare for the upcoming school year during its first ever school supply distribution event on August 21 and 22.
The event is being held in ...
BBCC and the Center of Excellence for Agriculture partner together to make it happen
Published Jul 27, 2018
Big Bend Community College and the Center of Excellence for Agriculture (COE Ag) have partnered together to bring FarmBot, a fully-automated robotic farming machine, to campus.
COE Ag funded $3,500 for the purchase of the unit in exchange for ...
Hand-on in a simulated environment is now possible
Published Jul 21, 2018
Students in Big Bend Community College’s Systems Administration program are one step closer to a realistic data center learning environment thanks to a generous donation from Stetner Electric.
The Quincy-based company recently completed the installation of power ...