KING-TV’s Evening Magazine is debuting a new feature on Small Town Spotlights. The first is Sumner! What a great choice to begin a fun series. They were out filming throughout Sumner last week, including Berryland Cafe, Windmill Gardens, Secret Garden Tea Room and more. Tune in Friday night, June 26, at 7:30 pm on KING
Get ready to tap your toes, clap your hands and enjoy a wide variety of music in the magic of summer twilight. Once again, the Sumner Arts Commission presents the popular Music Off Main series. This year’s line-up ranges from returning favorites to new surprises with music spanning every taste from Johnny Cash to old-time
The U.S. Open itself may be in University Place, with the main parking next door in Puyallup, but Sumner is also showing up at the Open! Check out this article from The Seattle Times, featuring Sumner’s own Windmill Gardens. In addition, Dillanos Coffee (born and roasted in Sumner) is being served in hospitality tents, and
The World is now watching our region as the 2015 U.S. Open begins in nearby Chambers Bay. Sumner celebrated with Open in Sumner! Please enjoy pictures of this beautiful event. If you’re visiting, it’s always a good day to visit Sumner for small-town charm and rhubarb pie on a picturesque Main Street USA.
Thanks to DM Disposal, we now have TWO pairs of tickets to give away to the U.S. Open. One pair is for the Sunday, June 21 Championship, and the other pair is for Friday or Sunday and includes access to DM Disposal’s hospitality area. Two lucky winners will be going to the Open from Open
A lot of people are calling and asking how much to join in the fun for Open in Sumner. The answer is Free! Zero! Zilch! Nada! We want you all to Come On In and join in the fun. If it seems like too much fun for no admission, then please consider giving a donation
Our friends to the south in Clark County had this nice feature on rhubarb in The Columbian. Judi Seifert, the WSU Clark County Extension Master Food Preserver, wrote “Pucker Up: It’s Rhubarb Season.” Our favorite line: “Rhubarb adds a zippy flavor to pies and tarts that only rhubarb can provide.” Too true! About the idea that