The Memorial Day holiday is gone, but that doesn't mean the Yakima Valley is taking this weekend off -- it's graduation season, baseball season and summer's ready to bust out everywhere!

Here are a few ideas for how to get out and enjoy it June 2-4.

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    Yakima Valley Pippins home opener

    7:05 p.m. Friday, June 2, at State Fair Park

    The Pippins launch their season with a home stand against the Victoria HarbourCats

    The home nine will host a three-game series with the visiting Canadian team, playing 7:05 games on Friday and Saturday and a 5:05 start on Sunday in "The Orchard."

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    Selah High School graduation

    1 p.m. Saturday, June 3

    One of many graduations taking place around the valley

    Come celebrate one of the numerous Yakima Valley graduations as the Class of 2017 receives their diplomas in the Yakima Valley SunDome.

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    Junior Gap2Gap Relay

    June 3, Sarg Hubbard Park

    First race starts at 8:15 a.m.

    Kids ages 7-14 will run, bicycle, run the steeplechase, kayak and complete an obstacle course -- and this year, it's Hawaiian style!

    (Preregistration required.)

    Be sure to catch the Rock the Gap celebration afterward, featuring The Shreds! Party starts at 5:30 in the park.

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    Adult Gap2Gap Relay

    June 4, Sarg Hubbard Park

    First race starts at 9 a.m.

    Athletes 14 and older will compete in trail running, road biking, off-road biking, boating and running events.

    (Pre-registration required.)

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    Scott Stapp Live and Unplugged

    6:30 p.m. June 3, The Old Warehouse

    Creed frontman performs in Zillah

    The Grammy-winner singer plays an unplugged show at The Warehouse, 705 Railroad Ave., in Zillah. Show includes Art of Dying and Jeremy of the Christian rock group Willet.

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    Third Annual Carnival at Hop Nation

    June 2 at Hop Nation, 31 N. First Ave.

    $4 beers all night, donations accepted

    Local good trucks will haul in the eats, Pastel Motel provides the music and Lasersmith Light Show Systems LLC turns on the visuals. Costumes are encouraged for what's becoming one of Yakima's favorite parties. Fun includes hula hooping, comedy, magic, belly dancing, fire dancers ... and the Wreckless Freeks' freak show!


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    Yoga in the Lawn at Bron Yr Aur Brewery

    6-7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 3

    Stretch out, then chill out with a pint

    Sara Washburn, E-RYT, leads a Vinyasa class, open to all skill levels, the first Friday of each month throughout the summer. Bring your own mat and a $20 donation, then cash in the coupon you'll get on a relaxing pint of beer after class. Donations go toward Just Breathe yoga training scholarships. The brewery is at 12160 U.S. Highway 12 in Naches.


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    Yakima Farmers Market

    9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, June 4

    Fresh produce, fresh faces

    Shop for locally grown produce on South Third Street every Sunday through October. And sit down for some breakfast between 8:30 and 10.

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    Visit the Murals in a Day in Toppenish

    Starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 3

    Watch artists at work

    Watch artist maintain and repair the city's famous murals -- and enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides, crafts and foods. Or take a caboose ride at the Northern Pacific Rail and Steam Museum!
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    Dino-N-A-Day in Granger

    9 a.m. Saturday, June 3

    They're building a Megalosaurus!

    Come help construct Granger's newest statue during the annual Dino-N-A-Day at Hisey Park, Main Street and Highway 223. This will be the town's 34 dinosaur statue. Others stand vigil in parks and at the entrance to the city. They'll provide the gloves, you provide the work -- call the city at (509) 854-1725 for details.

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