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August 16, 2018 | View PDF

Bread class set at Dahmen

Tracy Randall, a member artist at Dahmen Barn from its beginning, will teach a class on how to make bread Sunday, Aug. 19, from 1-3 p.m. at the barn in Uniontown.

Cost is $35 per person. Deadline to register is Aug. 17.

The class will be structured as a demonstration with hands-on involvement by students and will include tips and tricks for how to get great no-knead bread results in your own kitchen. Class participants will get a nearly fail-proof bread recipe with tips on how to customize the recipe to suit their individual tastes.

Randall believes in using local and unprocessed ingredients whenever possible. She has been perfecting her no-knead bread making skills for several years and is looking forward to sharing them, http://www.ArtisanBarn.org

Concert slated at Washtucna

Washtucna Community Church will host an End of Summer Bash next Tuesday, Aug. 21, starting at 7 p.m. Hillary Watson and Kate Feldkeller, who have played together for six years, will perform music rooted in bluegrass, folk and Celtic while putting their own spin on it.

They honor their Lord in song writing, singing and playing with dedication and passion through their talents.

A love offering will be taken, and refreshments will follow.

After Dark tours set at Perkins house

'After Dark' tours have been scheduled at the Perkins House in Colfax beginning Oct. 25 and continuing through Halloween night. Admission will be $25 and tour groups will be limited to six guests. Each tour is expected to take approximately two hours, according to a report today in the Whitman County Historical Society's newsletter.

Reservations for the tour can be made with Val Gregory, executive director.

Open hours of the Perkins House have been changed to 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The tours are conducted by volunteers and at present only three are available to lead tours.

The newsletter also reported the film crew which conducted a shoot at the Perkins House under the direction of James Temple of Spokane was working on a PBS sequel that takes place during the civil war. Perkins volunteer Frank White of Colfax was recruited for a minor role.


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