The High Prairie Firehouse Sale is coming up fast! Once again the sale will have all the elements that have made this event so popular in the past: huge rummage sale, silent auction, quilt raffle, rifle & sportsman’s raffle, and, of course, the food booth featuring Myrin’s Famous Bratwurst (and lots of other goodies).
On Saturday there will be a Show-and-Shine car show and the Fire District will bring out their fire truck for the kids’ fire hose game.
This year there’s a new feature. Individuals can rent a space for their booth or pickup to have their own little yard sale within the big sale. Tables are available for rent, too. If you’re interested, call Tamera Woodruff at 360-241-3537.
Look for bargains galore, lots of fun, and good food at the High Prairie Firehouse Sale — Friday through Sunday, June 23, 24 & 25. Opening time is 8 a.m. (no earlybirds). Closing time is 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, 3 p.m. on Sunday.
For complete information, schedules and driving directions click HERE
…And So Has The High Prairian!
In this edition we bring you Spring in the form of wildflowers and bugs!!! But first, a little of the historic winter of 2016/2017 captured in images by our very own High Prairie photographers. We remember Dona Taylor and the life she brought to the Prairie and we celebrate a huge milestone for Paul Strait. We ponder the future of the Firehouse Sale and so much more.
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Time to curl up beside a warm fire and listen to the rain. But don’t forget to read the latest edition of the High Prairian. You will learn about the latest hangups for the Schilling Road project(s), give a long-overdue shout out to Doug and Dona Taylor, catch up on some history of The Dalles, find out about a cat-astrophe right in our own back yard, and of course, much, much more.
Reading material for your summertime trip to the beach or on your break after gardening or for a relaxing evening: Memories of another successful Firehouse Sale, High Prairie High Tea, the Needlers take Seattle by storm, photos and recipes and much more…
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The HIGH PRAIRIE FIREHOUSE SALE
is almost here — May 13, 14 & 15!!!
Get complete information by clicking HERE.
The Spring 2016 High Prairian is available. This one is full! Read about the new plans for the upcoming Firehouse Sale, a High Prairie High Tea, hunting ‘King Boletus’, honoring Lyle/High Prairie firefighters, lots of pictures and (of course) much more…
THE 2016 FIREHOUSE SALE IS ON ITS WAY!
Check out the Firehouse Sale information pages under the HPCC tab above.
The information will continue to be updated as more is available.
High Prairie’s Jake Jakabosky will be giving a one-hour presentation in April at the White Salmon Library. Jake will draw on his professional background in environmental clean-up to briefly cover some of the core environmental laws enacted in the 70s … Continue reading
Read about the latest community happenings, not the least of which is the upcoming Firehouse Sale, a trip to Argentina, High Prairie vacation rentals, Fire District 2014 recap, a summary of the Forest Health workshop and some stunning wildflower photos to usher in Spring.
Besides the HPCC news and updates from the Fire District there are instructions for DYI paper snowflakes (useful if you have children in your house over the holidays that need something to do) and a sampling of seasonal recipes. The last in the Treasures of Music Series caps off this Christmas edition.