It’s Sumner High School’s Homecoming Weekend, which means not only a big game at Sunset Chev Stadium but also a parade! The Homecoming Parade starts at 4:30 pm in Heritage Park in Downtown Sumner. It goes down Main Street to Sunset Chev Stadium and has been lasting close to an hour. Come on in to
Saturday, October 31 5-7 pm Calling all ghosts, pirates and princesses–it’s time for Street of Treats in Sumner. Sumner’s charming Main Street will be turned over to costumes, candy and fun. And, ACT1 Theatre Productions’ famous Dancing Scarecrows will be out every half hour, starting at 5:15 pm. Hosted by the City of Sumner in
Heritage Quest Library offers a treasure trove of resources for finding the roots to your own family tree. This Saturday, October 3, they’re even offering free assistance from genealogy experts to help you work around any road blocks you’ve found in discovering your own heritage. If you haven’t yet checked out this wonderful and unique
You can almost smell the spices of hot apple (rhubarb?) cider in the air as Downtown Sumner gets ready to celebrate Autumn Evening on Saturday, October 3. There will be a scarecrow contest, ACT1 Theatre’s famous Dancing Scarecrows and lots of fun. Fall into the season in Downtown Sumner! Link to detailed story from the
Come Walk With Me has really grown over the years! It’s exciting to see and also requires more space to walk. In order to avoid shutting down most of Main Street and Valley Avenue, the walk has a new route shown on this map. The walk will begin at 9 am on October 3 at
Food Navigator USA listed the flavor trends of 2015-16, and rhubarb is one of them! Chef Greg Kaminski lists rhubarb and talks about its new uses in savory cooking as well. Click here to read the full article. So after 80+ years as the Rhubarb Pie Capital of the World, apparently rhubarb is now trendy.
Check out the current August issue of Sunset Magazine for a feature on a Perfect Day in Sumner. “Festivals on Main Street, family-run boutiques, and a new cycling path–this little farm town is as all-American as rhubarb pie.” Thank you to author Rebekah Denn and Sunset for such a nice feature! In addition to the
As featured in this month’s Sunset magazine, Sumner’s own Classy Chassis is coming up August 16 in Downtown Sumner. In addition to beautiful cars lining Main Street, this year’s event will also feature a return of the community food booths with Sumner Rotary serving up pies, Puyallup Rotary grilling burgers, and South Hill Rotary keeping