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Wine Country RV Park - 330 Merlot Dr. - Prosser, WA  99350 - 800.726.4969
Prosser Attractions/ Events

*Red Wine & Chocolate: 
Presidents Day Weekend

*Easter Egg Hunt:
Saturday of Easter weekend
*Spring Barrel Tasting
Last Full weekend 
*In this Together Music Festival
Last Saturday

*Depot Square Marketplace
1st Saturday
*The Northwest Preparedness Expo
1st Saturday
*Inland Empire Century Bike Ride
2nd Saturday
*Rising Stars
3rd Saturday
*Sage Rat Run
3rd weekend

*Prosser Sportsfest
1st weekend
*Scottish Festival
1st Saturday
*Bottles, Brews & Barbeques
2nd Weekend
*Rotary Garden Party
Last weekend 

*Mini-Hydro Plane Races
4th of July 
*Prosser Old Fashioned 4th July Celebration
4th of July 
* In This Together Music Festival
2nd Weekend
*Art Walk & Wine Gala
3rd Saturday 
*Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive
3rd Saturday
*Riesling Festival
4th Saturday

*Legends of Washington Wine Gala
2nd Friday
*Prosser Beer & Whiskey Festival
4th Saturday 

*Prosser States Day Celebration
Labor Day
*"A Night Out" Wine Country Dinner & Auction
Saturday after Labor Day
*Streetscape Car Show
3rd Saturday 
*Great Prosser Balloon Rally
Last Full Weekend
*Harvest Festival
Last Full Weekend
*National Alpaca Days
4th weekend

*Catch the Crush
2nd Weekend
*Autumn Nights Banquet & Auction
October 21st
Last Saturday
*Trick-or-Treat on Main Street

*Veterans Day Parade
Veterans Day
*Princess Theater Christmas Market
Saturday before Thanksgiving
*Thanksgiving in Wine Country
Thanksgiving weekend
*Family Christmas Festival 
Sunday of Thanksgiving Weekend

Prosser Community
Wine Country Events
Prosser Attractions 
Prosser is full of attractions that appeal to all ages. Whether you are looking to go wine tasting at one of the beautiful wineries in the Lower Yakima Valley or you are looking for some great family fun to share with your kids, Prosser has it all. Click Photos below for more information.
November 1 – 30, 2017

Wine Yakima Valley
Yakima Valley AVA

Taste to Fight Hunger
Honoring 50 Years Fighting Hunger

Thanksgiving in Wine Country offers an opportunity to taste wine, purchase the perfect bottle for your holiday table and help fight hunger. April 2017 marked Northwest Harvest’s 50th year of fighting hunger. To honor this milestone, Thanksgiving in Wine County will take place over the entire month of November this year, not just Thanksgiving Weekend.

Wine Yakima Valley has partnered with Northwest Harvest to help feed the hungry this holiday season. Last year your cash and food donations provided over 5000 meals to families in need around the Yakima Valley, Tri-cities, and Central WA. In honor of Northwest Harvest’s 50th year fighting hunger, we want to double our contribution. Visit any participating winery during the holiday weekend and look for the Thanksgiving in Wine Country Taste to Fight Hunger donation box and give. All proceeds made to Taste to Fight Hunger will be donated to Northwest Harvest.

More facts about Northwest Harvest and hunger in our Valley:
•Northwest Harvest in the ONLY non-profit food bank distributor operating statewide in Washington.
•Last year NW Harvest distributed over 34 million pounds of food, free of charge, to about 380 food banks, meal programs, and high need schools all over the state. This equates to just over 2 million meals each month.
•The NW Harvest Distribution Center in Yakima distributed about 6.3 million pounds of that total to 70 food banks, meal programs, and high need schools in the Yakima & Tri-Cities areas, as well as other parts of Central Washington, keeping your donations in your community.
•1 in 8 people (1 in 5 children) in our community struggle with hunger. More than 50% of those served are seniors and children.
•Northwest Harvest is effective and efficient. More than 90 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to programs, and NW Harvest can provide a complete meal for just 22 cents.
•Northwest Harvest relies on you, the community, for funding and volunteers. Their organization is completely independent and not government funded in any way. Last year, volunteers statewide gave more than 100,000 hours – equal to about 52 full-time employees.