The time following surgery for your dog can be confusing and distressing for you both. Depending on what the surgery was, there will be different requirements in terms of wound care, recovery and rest time, and the medications or supportive therapies they may need post-surgery................ Click to read the guide from Your Dog Advisor which offers some practical general guidance, but make sure that you always follow any advice given by your vet post surgery.
The Ellensburg Rodeo is one of the “old rodeos” and has earned its place as one of America’s Top 10 professional rodeos. The Ellensburg Rodeo also hosts the World Finale of PRCA’s Xtreme Bulls Tour. Started in 1923 with the same volunteer spirit that still “fuels the fire” of today’s volunteers, the rodeo has grown from a local competition among ranch hands to the Professional event of today with over 600 contestants and prize money in excess of $400,000!
Today’s best riders, ropers, and wrestlers compete in what many consider to be the best rodeo arena in the nation. The Friday night opening performance starts in the evening and ends under the stars. The Saturday and Sunday afternoon “perfs” feel electrically charged by the brilliant blue sky. It all leads up to the Labor Day Monday Championship Finals… the best of the best dueling in the dirt!
80 years of Trains, Timber, Tradition
Originally organized by volunteer firefighters in 1939, Snoqualmie Railroad Days is an annual festival in Snoqualmie, WA celebrating Trains, Timber, and Tradition. Today, the Northwest Railway Museum and the City of Snoqualmie host thousands of visitors for the annual event – and this year we celebrate nearly 80 years!
Today, Snoqualmie retains a strong connection to its past. Residents and visitors experience this connection while visiting the Historic Downtown Commercial Landmark District, Snoqualmie Falls, and the Northwest Railway Museum whose passenger rail program operates on the same rail line that brought the first regional tourists to the Falls on July, 4 1889.
Snoqualmie Railroad Days is your community festival – one stop for family fun. You won’t want to miss it!
The Clallam County Fairgrounds are nestled between the beautiful Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. We are right next to the Fairchild International Airport and historic Lincoln Park. Only a few minutes away from downtown Port Angeles where you can shop or catch the ferry to Victoria, B.C.
Fair Theme "Paws on Parade"
This year's fair features a demolition derby, carnival and much more
Join us for the first annual Pup City Walk & Festival at the Rose Quarter Commons on Sunday Aug 12, 2018! The 1k dog walk will begin at 9:00am and finish with a pet festival on the Rose Quarter Commons with dog vendors and special Trail Blazers activities.
A portion of your registration will benefit the Pixie Project, a local organization that matches loving pets and people through personalized pet adoption and low-cost veterinary assistance.
Join us for a celebration of beer, the arts, and all things Portland! Stop by the Produce Row Cafe patio for the 4th Annual Posters & Pints for Pups on Sunday, August 12th from 3-9pm.Support your local craft beer scene with a brewery created, one-of-a-kind limited edition Pacific Northwest Beer themed art prints only available at this event.
Strum Fest PDX is Portland's premier Bluegrass and more festival. From 2pm to 1am on August 12th, the elegant Evergreen event space will house some of Stumptown's most popular local players in the genre and getting more progressive as the day goes on. Nationally known act Kenny and Amanda Smith will be rounding out the twang and welcoming Rose City's powerhouse funk group, Dirty Revival to the stage to close out the night with a bang! The night will benefit award winning local charity, Ethos, which is making music education available for under-served youth all around Oregon, something all of our partners feel passionately about. This event is 21 and over. Looking forward to seeing you there!
The 41st annual event will take place on Saturday, August 11, 2018. Registration will begin at 9 am, on Siletz Bay, in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City, off of SW 51st Street. Judging will take place at 2 pm. Only sand, water, shells and other natural materials found on the beach that day can be used for construction.
A bonfire and s’mores will be offered Saturday evening to encourage a sense of community.The day following a sandcastle contest, the tide has wiped away all traces of the masterpieces, however, the fun continues. A day of family fun, including a variety of games, will commence at noon, on the beach at the west end of SW 51st Street, along with a scavenger hunt at businesses in the south end of Lincoln City.
We cannot prevent every pet emergency or illness but we can prepare by knowing what to do and what NOT to do when faced with them. Preparation is the key for helping save pets' lives. Come fill your "toolbox" with an action-packed, 5-hour lecture and hands-on skills practice April 28th from 10am-3pm! A percentage of our proceeds go to The Pixie Project!
The Beaverton Night Market is a project of the city’s Diversity Advisory Board, which has a primary role in planning and hosting the market each year. The concept is an original action item from the “Economic Opportunity” section of the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Plan and has since been adopted into the Beaverton Community Vision as well. The first Beaverton Night Market debuted in Sept 2015 as a part of the city’s Welcoming Week and later grew to two larger summer events, attracting around 14,000 people each year.
Established in 1964 – the Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival is one of Washington State’s oldest, continuously run festivals.
Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM
Parking: The Coupeville Boys and Girls Club works in partnership with the Coupeville Festival Association to provide parking for festival visitors and vendors. There is good signage for paid parking coming from the highway and Main Street. All day parking is $5. Proceeds support the Coupeville Boys and Girls Club and Coupeville town projects.
The Vancouver Brewfest is a celebration of craft beer that raises funds for various charities. We celebrate twice a year in the Spring and Summer. Sample over 100 beers, ciders, and meads, eat delicious food, listen to great music, and support local businesses! We are lucky to be supported by many wonderful sponsors and volunteers, in addition to all of our craft-loving patrons.
We look forward to seeing you at the latest edition of Vancouver Brewfest!