Selah Community Days has brought some fun things these past few days: the carnival, the parade, the amazing Hobo Feed and more. The last stop is the Armed Forces Appreciation Ceremony at noon, Sunday (May 21).
The parade was fun, the music's great and that lemonade really hit the spot. But now that you're full of hot dogs, tacos, potatoes and Hobo Feed food, it's time to wander around the park and hit the carnival at Selah Community Days!
The way Selah does it, being a hobo doesn't seem all that bad. In fact, if you sidled up to one of those tables in the parking lot of the Selah Civic Center for Thursday's Hobo Feed, you might've been tempted to abandon all responsibility, hit the road and seek a more carefree life.
(OK, maybe that's just us.)
Selah Community Days is back this week (May 18-May 21), and you don't want to miss any of the action. It is always such a fantastic time. Kicking it off is the excellent Hobo Feed at the Selah Civic Center, 216 S. First St.
Marching bands, dance troupes, tractors, classic cars -- you name, they had it at Saturday's Selah Community Days parade.
As usual, the whole town turned out to hear Rik -- along with Kelly West -- announce the parade.
The photos above and the slide show below offer a quick look at some of the weekend's fun ...
The Selah Community Days parade is this Saturday and I have a long tradition of hosting the parade as the onstage announcer. I receive no compensation for my time, but I do love giving back to the community -- and that is one way each year that I can donate to various charities. This year, I thought it would be fun to peel back the curtain and reveal the five reasons why I love announcing the Sela
I can't believe it's that time of year again -- when the city of Selah invites you to celebrate Selah Community Days with hometown pride. It's always the third weekend in May and this year that'll be Thursday (May 14) through Sunday (May 17).
Get ready, Yakima Valley -- the 2014 Selah Community Days are coming up May 15-18 in the beautiful city of Selah.
Event president Gary Green released this statement earlier this year on the celebration, themed "Believe: If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It." Green's statement includes all the details you need to plan your fun weekend.
You can get more information by clicking here.