Yakima Valley Wine Country

Yakima Area Events

WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND THE VALLEY

While we all wait for our favorite Yakima Valley events and activities currently on hold, we can still support local businesses, enjoy flavors of the Valley and get outside under sunny skies. We’ve put together a round-up of things still going on around the Valley. You can enjoy a local wine or craft beer shipped to you, have your favorite restaurant meal with no-contact delivery and take a safely distanced walk on local trails. You can even visit with your favorite local makers virtually!

Featured Activities

  • Downtown Yakima Farmers Market Opening Weekend

    Every Sunday

    Downtown Yakima Farmers Market

    Location: Downtown Yakima

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  • Zillah's 'Stock Your Wine Cellar' Weekend Wine Drives

    EVERY WEEKEND

    Zillah's 'Stock Your Wine Cellar' Weekend Wine Drives

    Location: Zillah

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  • Where to Stock Up on Beer, Cider and Wine

    Where to Stock Up on Beer, Cider and Wine

    Cure your cabin fever with a scenic road trip to Wine Country. Stop at estate wineries for amazing deals on exceptional wines - drive up and pick up! Get some of the best deals on wine that you've seen yet - Rattlesnake Hills AVA Wineries are offering the perfect solution to the current situation!

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  • Yakima Valley Dining Options

    Yakima Valley Dining Options

    In these difficult times for restaurants, bars, wineries, breweries and other small businesses we can offer our support and still enjoy our favorite restaurant meals!

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Conditions and business operations are changing constantly, so check with the business directly for the latest updates.

Events that fall on 10/8/2019


MAJOR EVENT CANCELLATIONS

  • Moxee Hop Festival (8/6-8)
  • Downtown Summer Nights (Thursdays throughout Summer)
  • Chinook Fest (9/11-13)
  • Central Washington State Fair (9/25-10/4)
  • Fresh Hop Ale Festival (10/3)


Must See Yakima Valley Stops





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