Looking into outdoor adventures for your weekend? You can head to Jim Sprick Park in Naches, WA this Saturday and Sunday for Nile Valley Community Days!
A Free Event for the Entire Family to Enjoy
Jim Sprick Park is located at 13680 WA-410, Naches, WA 98937
Eat Breakfast with the Firefighters
Kick off your morning bright and early with the fireman's breakfast between 7 am and 10 am.
What Else Will Be Available?
  • Cornhole Tournament
  • Ax Throwing
  • Wood Splitting
  • Crosscut
  • Spike Driving
  • Egg Toss Competitions
  • Muzzleloaders
  • Pan for Gold
  • Food Vendors including corn-on-the-cob and freshly baked pies, elephant ears, fantastic hamburgers, hot dogs, brats, cobblers, and more
  • Craft Vendors

Saturday and Sunday, July 16th and 17th 2022 with the fireman's mountain breakfast at 7 am, events and demonstrations beginning at 9 am and food and other vendors opening up at 10 am through 4 pm on Saturday and 2 pm on Sunday!

Can I Bring My Pet?

With the hot weather and too many chances to eat people's left-overs, it's best if you please leave all animals at home and away from being locked in hot vehicles

Volunteers are Needed

The Nile Valley Community Days event is organized by the Chinook Pass Community Association. For more info contact: Tammy (509) 658-2930, or (509) 952-6127 ammytay1@aol.com; or Judith (509) 658-1269.

Nile Valley Community Days

 

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