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The journey begins... Just what’s so great about Klickitat County, you may ask. And my answer? How much time do you have? Growing up on the wet side of the mountains (King County), I somehow accepted the fact that life should always involve some sort of wet weather gear. Then I moved to Klickitat County and the sun emerged! There are so many wonderful attractions! When we asked our Facebook followers where they take their visitors, we had a plethora of enthusiastic responses, including these: Alex G. said, “Before they put up guard rails I always thought it was fun to take them down the

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Klickitat grade.” Carmen K. takes visitors on a drive along Hwy 14; over Dalles Mountain Rd., then down through Klickitat Canyon and over to Trout Lake. “There’s so much to see.” Linsey W. recommends a trip to the ice caves in Trout Lake. Toni P. heard that a group of students from Seattle went to visit the Regional landfill and had a blast! “City kids!” Cheryl C. would take them on a bluebird safari! (Bickleton area) Intrigued yet? Check out our “Journey,” a scrapbook of photos and fun in and throughout our own little corner of the world. Along the Journey, we have collected photos from many


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contributors, whom we would like to thank. Enjoy the Journey… Karen Henslee Proud resident of Klickitat County

zin e Ta k e this m a g a ex p lo re wit h y ou a s y ou we st to K lickit at C ou nty, m id dle of ea st. Stop in th e fo r a li st of th e p u blication h a ppe n in g eve nt s th at a re su m m e r! th rou g h out th e Thank you to all who contributed photos to this special publication!

Carolyn Ganus Richard Clark Danielle Munzing Catrina Dodson Melissa Davis Jennifer Boyes Lisa Harness Stephanie Irving Jeanne Morgan

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Trout Lake Arts Festival

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest

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Water sports in the Husum Falls

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FFamiilly, friends and new friends combin e to bring that hometow n feel to summer. Th e White Salmon Spring Fest , May 31-June 2 att Rheingarten Park offers food, fu n and games! It was a treat, and such a great lo cation! Want more Info? sp

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Huckleberry Festival

JJust down the hi ll from White Salmon in Bingen , I found one of th e most delicious w ays of celebratin g the summer seas on. The 52nd annual Hu ck leberry Festival, he h ld this year, Se pt. 6-8, in Dauben speck Park, offers crafts and games, vendors, en tertainment and carnival ride s. But most import antly, it features their famous huckleberr y pies, jams, jelli es and other huckleberry item s. Don’t miss this on e! http://huckleberry

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Outlet Falls

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Lyle /Homesteading Fair

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Gorge Wine Directory Almaterra Wines - 208 West Steuben St. (Highway 14), Bingen, WA 98605 509.637.2633 May-Sept: Sun, Mon, Wed & Thurs - noon to 6 pm; Fri. & Sat. noon to 8pm or later (closed Tuesdays). For winter hours check website or call. Aniche Cellars - 71 Little Buck Creek Rd, Underwood, WA 98651 360.624.6531 Open President’s Day weekend through Dec., Wed-Sun, noon to 6pm. Canyon’s Edge Winery - 1130 Hale Road, Alderdale, WA 509.727.8975 Call for hours and events.

Klickitat Canyon Winery - 6 LyleSnowden Road, Lyle, WA 509.365.2900 March thru Dec., Sat & Sun, noon to 6pm; May thru August – Fri-Sun, or by appointment.

North Shore Wine Cellars - White Salmon, WA 509.493.3881 By appointment only.

Major Creek Cellars - 306 Bates Road, White Salmon, WA 98672 503.860.8713 By appointment only.

Oak Ridge Vineyard - 50 Postgren Road, Husum, WA 509.493.1862

Marshal’s Winery & Vineyard - 150 Oak Creek Road, Dallesport, WA 509.767.4633 Open daily 9am to 6pm.

Cascade Cliffs Vineyard & Winery 8866 Hwy 14, Wishram, WA 98673 509.767.1100 Open daily 10am to 6pm.

COR Cellars - 151 Old Highway 8 Lyle, WA 98635 509.365.2744 Open Feb-Nov: Thurs-Sun 11am-6pm. DecJan: By Appt. Only

Illusion - 31 Schilling Road, Lyle, WA 206.261.1682 Open most weekends, May thru Sept. 11am to 5pm.

Maryhill Winery - 9774 Hwy 14 Goldendale, WA 98620 509.773.1976 Open daily 10am to 6pm. McKinley Springs Winery - 1201 Alderdale Road, Prosser, WA 509.894.4528 Memorial Day thru Labor Day, Sat. & Sun. 1pm to 6pm. Memaloose - 34 State Street (HWY 14) Lyle, WA 98635 360.635.2887 Mar 1 thru Nov 30, Thurs-Sun 11am to dusk.

White Salmon Vineyard - 391 Newell Road Underwood, WA 98651 509-493-4640 Open Memorial Day Weekend, Holiday & Event Weekends and by appointment. Wind River Cellars - 196 Spring Creek Road, Husum, WA 509.493.2324 Open daily 10am to 6pm. Zefina Winery 103 Columbia Ridge Road, Prosser, WA 509.301.4450 By appointment only. Ziegler Vineyards - 31 Memory Lane, Underwood, WA 98651 541.399.6044 Open March thru Nov., noon to 6pm, Thurs-Sun.

Jacob Williams Winery - 3 Avery Rd (Avery Park off of Hwy 14), Wishram, WA. 541.645.0462 Open Daily 10am to 6pm.

Syncline Wine Cellars - 111 Balch Road Lyle, WA 98635 509.365.4361 Open Feb. 2 thru Nov: Thurs-Sun 11am to 6pm • December 1, 2, 8 & 9: 11am to 5pm • Closed January. Waving Tree Winery - 123 Maryhill Highway, Goldendale, WA 509.773.6552 Open April thru May, Fri-Sun 9am to 5pm and by appointment; Memorial Day thru Labor Day, daily 9am to 5pm; Sept, Fri-Mon 9am to 5pm; Oct. thru March by appointment.

Chateau Champoux Tours & Tasting 524 Alderdale Road, Prosser, WA 509.894.4528

Domaine Pouillon - 170 Lyle Snowden Road, Lyle, WA 98635 509.365.2795 Open Wed-Sun 11am to 6pm or by appointment.

Pour Moore Wines - 8226 Hwy 14, Dallesport, WA 98617 541.993.1559 Open Friday - Sunday, noon to 6pm. All other times call for appointment.

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Horsethief Lake State Park Horsethief Butte te thie f L a k e Sta se or H t a g in F is h Pa rk!

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Dalles Mountain Road Da lles M ou nta in Road con ne cts Ce nte rville, WA to Hwy 14 in a beautifu l sce nic drive. Be st see n drivin g southwest!

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Dalles Mountain from Hwy. 14, is ible ess Road, acc begin a rutted gravel road. If you end, your drive from the Hwy. 14 Columbia past Marshal’s Winery and are Hills State Park, the views the y, tel una ort unf g; kin breath-ta your views will most likely be in rear view mirror. And, as the no road is narrow and there are ements, guard rails or road improv from I suggest starting the drive terville. the other end, through Cen a hurry (Don’t try this if you’re in or driving a luxury car!) car It’s well-worth the time and wash.

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Wishram Historic Railroad Ta k e t h e W is h ra m ex it o f f o f Hig h wa y 1 4 a n d fo llow t h e roa d d own t h e h ill t his a m a z t o s e e in g hist o r loco m ot ive ic !

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Beer on Ice Kitchen is open Monday - Friday @ 4:45 pm Full menu available Daily Specials & finger foods

Simcoe Cafe 650 Llama Lane, Goldendale (509) 773-4687

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Fisherman’s Paradise It ’s Tru e! f is hi n g y a d t s r o w The be st e h t n a h t r is bett e ... but d a y wo rki n g n g? y f is hi t h e be st d a t s t h at! a e b g n i h t o N


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Rock Crawling!

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People who know Go ldendale know there is no shor tage of rock in the area. It is a natural place to go if yo u are looking for boulders and Broken Boulder Farm ha s become famous for hosting ro ck crawling competition . The Western Pro Series of the World Extreme Rock Crawling will be in town again on July 20-21. Last year inclu ded a parade of vehicles th rough downtown Goldendale before heading north out of town to the Broken Boulder Fa rm. Expect drivers from th roughout the western United St ates to compete in this year ’s event. Check out Goldendale events. com for directions an d information on the event. Broken Boulder Farm is abou t two miles north of Golden dale at 290 Pipeline Road.

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MAY May 11: Goldendale Farmers’ Market opening day, Ekone Park, 9am-2pm. May 18-19: 14th Annual High Prairie Firehouse Sale. Huge rummage sale, food booth, plant sale, quilt raffle, and fun activities for the kids. May 18: Mt. Adams Endurance Ride/Ride and Tie - Two people, one horse, miles of fun. Headquartered at the Mt. Adams Horse Camp in the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest. 12 and 35 mile divisions. Man/ Man, Woman/Woman, Man/Woman, and Juniors. For more information contact Stephanie Irving at or 509-395-2065. May 25-26: 9th Annual Goldendale Guys and Gals Truck & Tractor Pull. Contact Brad Payne 509-261-1150.

email: June 29: 11th Annual Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour. For more information, see June 29: Trout Lake Saturday Market opening day, 9am to 3pm at the Trout Lake Grange.

JULY July 4: Jaycees’ 39th Annual Fourth of July Demolition Derby & Motocross Race, Klickitat County Fair Grounds ~ Mark Hilton, (509) 261-2335; Fred Steinbaugh, (425) 387-6767. July 4: The Bickleton Pig Roast at Cleveland Park.

July 5-7: Goldendale Community Days - Parade Saturday at 11am; May 25-27: Maryhill Winery 12th GMA Open Show n’ Shine Car Show Anniversary Celebration, from 10am to 6pm. July 5-6: Gorge Days at North Bonneville - Community wide garage JUNE sales, “Best Cruise-In By A Dam May 31-June 2: White Salmon’s annual Spring Festival, Rheingarten Site” with over 500 cars expected, Park. For more information, email: June 8: McKinley Springs Barbeque Showdown Benefit, 10 am to 5pm, Prosser. June 7-9: 103rd Annual Pioneer Picnic & Rodeo, Cleveland Rodeo Grounds, Cleveland. June 11-12: Open Farm Days at Golden Pine Alpacas. June 15-16: 79th Annual Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, Glenwood, 509-3643363. Father’s Day Weekend. June 21-22: Fiddlin’ Under the Stars, Bluegrass, Wine & Art Festival 2013, Ekone Park, Goldendale. Greater Goldendale Chamber of Commerce, 509-773-3400. June 21-22: Gorge Blues & Brews Festival, beginning at noon, in Stevenson. June 26-30: Festival of Speed, Maryhill Loops, free to the public.

BBQ dinner and sock hop street dance, children’s inflatables and rides, food and craft vendors, beer garden and more, 800-989-9178. July 13-14: 15th Annual Trout Lake Festival of the Arts at 490 Sunnyside Rd., Trout Lake, 509-3952617. This is a weekend full of fun; a 55-artist juried show displaying their fine art. The festival features live music and children’s programs. July 14: Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series – Counting Crows & The Wallflowers - Maryhill Winery, Goldendale. July 19-21: Goldendale Flea Market. July 20: Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive, Prosser. Round up your favorite “pardners,” jump in your horse-less buggy and head to the hills for a root-tootin’ good time.

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July 20: Wild Woman Trail Marathon. Trout Lake. For more information, www. July 27: “Nights in White Salmon” art and wine fusion. This free event has family-friendly activities, great local food, & entertainment, top-notch local artists displaying their art throughout the town, award-winning winemakers offering tastings of their incredible local wines, and all the warmth and beauty of an early summer evening in the Gorge. It runs from 3pm to 10pm in downtown White Salmon. July 26-28: Klickitat Canyon Days, Klickitat. For more information, call 509-369-4782.

AUGUST August 2-4: 48th Annual Trout Lake Fair. Kicks off Friday, Aug. 2, with community potluck social at Elk Meadows. Saturday morning begins with 5k/10k runs at Jonah Ministries, and the annual Trout Lake Fair parade begins midmorning. Activities include games, bounce houses, cow-milking, timber carnival, zip line and climbing wall,

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August 22-25: Klickitat County Fair and Rodeo “Let’s Stirrup Some August 1-3: Fourth Annual Memories”. Kick-off barbecue, Backyard Blues Bash at Pine Springs 5-7pm Thursday, Aug. 22; NPRA Resort. Len Schulmeister, 509-773- Rodeo, 12:30pm Saturday, and 4434. 1pm Sunday. Klickitat County Fairgrounds, August 17: Maryhill Winery Summer Concert Series – Daryl Hall August 24: Maryhill Winery & John Oates - Maryhill Winery, Summer concert Series – Willie Goldendale. Nelson & Family - Maryhill Winery, Goldendale. August 17: Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social, Goldendale August 30-Sept. 2: Trout Lake Community Library, Goldendale, Annual Rummage Sale, http:// 6:30pm-8pm. events-2/ August 14-18: Skamania County Fair, Skamania County Fair Grounds, August 31: Bigfoot Bash and 710 Rock Creek Drive, Stevenson. Bounty. 6th Annual event at Free fair with live entertainment, Home Valley Park in Home Valley, animals, carnival rides, parade, WA. Activities include a Bigfoot timber carnival and more. Bash, live music, softball, golf tournament, food vendors, Bigfoot experts and lectures August 17-18: Maryhill Arts and much more. 800-989-9178. Festival - features more than 50 artists displaying and selling art as well as live music performances, August 31: Bickleton’s 6th Annual food, beer & wine vendors. Free Car Show, downtown Bickleton, Admission. Maryhill Museum of Arts, 9am-4pm. $10/car entry fee. 509-773-3733.

SEPTEMBER September 7-8: 52nd Annual Huckleberry Festival in Daubenspeck Park, Bingen. Crafts and games, vendors, entertainment and carnival rides. Featuring the famous huckleberry pies, jams, jellies and other huckleberry items. For more information, call 509-4933607.





October 5-6: - Car is King Weekend - Maryhill Museum. Open car show, races for kids and the vintage race cars competing in a hill climb race on Sunday. Saturday, Oct. 6 - Public Drive of the Maryhill Loops Rd.; car show featuring classic, sport and customized cars (organized September 14: 14th Annual Carson by Goldendale Motorsports National Fish Hatchery Kids Fishing Association). Veggie Car Races (just Day, 8am - 1pm. 509-427-5905. for kids). Sunday, Oct. 7, Maryhill Loops Hill Climb - Vintage sports September 21: Goldendale Festival cars from the 1930s-1960s race of Wheels, featuring Goldendale one-at-a-time up the historic Maryhill Motorsports Association’s Show ‘n Loops Road. Shine car show. Dennis Schroder, 509-539-2557. October 12-13: Open Farm Days at Golden Pine Alpacas, Goldendale.

September 21: Golden Man Triathlon, starts at Goldendale Pool. Fundraiser for Back Packs for Kids and Central Klickitat County Parks and Recreation District. September 21: Northwest Homesteading Fair - Lyle Community Center, Lyle, WA.

Do you have something to add to the Events Calendar for next year’s Visitor’s Guide? Email your information to: or send to: The Goldendale Sentinel 117 W. Main Goldendale, WA 98260


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Chocolates Caramel Corn Gifts Full Service Florist CLARK’S FLORAL & GIFTS 1040 E. Broadway, Ste. D Goldendale 773-4353

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LOOK FOR BIG CHANGES AT HOLCOMB’S SENTRY MARKET IN 2013! Expanded Deli: Ribs • Rotisserie Chicken • Paninis Bruce Holcomb Owner

Fried Chicken • Fresh Salads • Fresh Bakery Sandwiches made to order

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320 S. Columbus • Goldendale • 773-4958

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Bluegrass Entertainment

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Doctor of Optometry (This is his day-job) • Cataract Pre-Op & Post-Op Care • Contact Lenses • Eye Examinations • Emergency Eye Care • Fashion Eye Wear • Glaucoma • Foreign Body Removal • Safety/Sport Wear

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We feature merchandise made right here in Klickitat County including Klickitat Pottery 104 W. Main Street 773-4344 Mon - Fri 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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Community Grace Brethren Church To Know Christ And To Make Him Known Gregory M. Howell, Pastor David Quilici, Youth & Worship

A Church With A Bible Teaching Ministry That Cares About YOU!

WORSHIP SERVICES Saturday Night Connection @ 6:30 p.m. Sunday Adult Bible Studies & Children’s Sunday School @ 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship @ 11 a.m. WEDNESDAYS Youth Group @ 6:30 p.m. DURING SCHOOL YEAR AWANA - Wednesdays @ 2:15 p.m.: through 6th grade

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Goldendale Observatory REQUIRED

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What’s so great about the stars? Are you kidding? Take a look through this amazing telescope and you won’t have to ask that question again! The Goldendale Observatory is a Washington State Park, and now requires a Discover Pass. But the sight is well worth it! This is definitely one site you won’t want to miss on your journey through Goldendale.

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The Golden Art Gallery 103 E. Main, Goldendale 509-773-5100

“Where every dream begins with one step”

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Welcome to Ayutla’s Family Mexican Restaurant and Little Grace Espresso 630 E. Simcoe Dr./628 E. Simcoe Dr 509-773-7188/509-773-1987 Goldendale • Full Bar Available • Serving homecooked Mexican food since 1996 using only the freshest ingredients and served by the friendliest staff in the gorge, always with a smile. Open for Lunch & Dinner Summer Hours: Sun. - Thurs. 11 - 9:30/Fri. & Sat. 11 - 10:30

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CARQUEST AUTO PARTS Welcome to Goldendale • • • •

RV & Marine Parts and Supplies Heavy Duty Truck & Tractor Parts ATV, Motorcycle & Jet Ski Parts and Supplies High Performance, Custom & Offroad Parts and Accessories • CB’s, Scanners & Stereos • Cell Phones & Pre-Paid Phone Cards • Free Alternator, Starter & Battery Testing

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Welcome to Goldendale 1103 S. Columbus • 509.773.3771

2013 EVENTS April 19-2 ~ Home & Garden Show May 4-5 ~ Broken Spur Horse Clinic June 7-8 ~ 13 Mile Yard Sale June 19-20 ~ Bluegrass Musician Jam June 21-22 ~ Bluegrass Festival June 26-30 ~ Maryhill Festival of Speed July 4-6 ~ Community Days July 4 ~ Demolition Derby July 6 ~ Show ‘n Shine July 19-21 ~ Goldendale Flea Market July 20-21 ~ W.E. Rock Crawl August 22-25 ~ Klickitat County Fair September 7 ~ Relay for Life September 8 ~ Broken Spur Jr. Rodeo September 21 ~ Golden Man Triathlon October 5 ~ Concours de Maryhill Car Show October 6 ~ Maryhill Loops Car Race October 26 ~ Trunk or Treat December TBA ~ Candy Cane Parade

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13-Plus Mile Yard Sale


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Goldendale Public Library

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Goldendale Public Librar y celebrated its 100th bir thday last year. Our library is one of the integral parts of our community. They off er programs year round, and during the summer hold special afternoon programs for kids, even one where they can hold a really, really long sna ke (ugh!). Their old-fashion ed ice cream social is sponso red by Friends of the Library, as a “thank you” to the com munity. Root beer floats, cake and ice cream are on the menu. Yum! Don’t miss it! It’s on Au g. 17

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Come on in and relax on your journey through Goldendale Sit, Chat, Laugh Open 6 days a week: M - F 6 to 3, Sat. 8 to 2 119 W. Main, Goldendale • 509.773.0403

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Presby Mansion &M Museum

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Klickitat County Historical Society

THE PRESBY HOUSE MUSEUM 51 Years 1962 - 2013

Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas speaking at August 21, 1962 dedication.

The Presby House around 1912

Open Daily ~ 10 am to 4 pm May 1 thru October 15 127 W. Broadway, Goldendale ~ 509.773.4303


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Klickitat County Fair & Rodeo

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Eclectic & Whimsical Art Fine Crafts *Dolls *Clothing *Handwovens *Local Fiber Products

*Jewelry *Mosaics *Sculpture *Vintage Collectibles

509.250.3835 514 S. Columbus, Goldendale

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Golden Man Triathlon

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New & Improved Aimee’s Attic Consignment Store

980 E. Broadway, Goldendale • 773-4699

100 E. Main St., Goldendale • 773-4979

Store hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Offers 32 booths, vendors’ wares range from and crafted linens and bead work to leather and wood works. Full floor of gently loved items. Mary Engelbreit, old cameras and equipment, home furnishings, dishes and lots of home decor.

Opened March of 1994 and is always working to improve our service to the Goldendale Community.

Large space filled wall to wall with general consignment items including books, clothing, camping equipment, children’s toys and so much more.

Aimee’s Attic on Broadway

Our orginal store offers a large selection of new and previously owned furniture, clothing, jewlery, linens, kitchen wares, books and a good selection of NEW Sealy mattresses. Our home decor is always changing to keep up with todays interior designs, focusing on lodge, country and a bit of traditional. We believe in keeping our prices reasonable and recycling these items so they can become your treasures.

It’s Your Store!

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Maryhill State Park REQUIRED

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Mon. – Fri. 8 ~ 4 120 W. Main St. • Goldendale 509-773-3030

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Bluebirds in Bickleton

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OLD CARS Halfway between Bickleton and Roosevelt on East Rd.

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Carousel Museum


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Alder Creek Pioneer Association Carousel Museum 4 E. Market Street, Bickleton, WA 99322

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Pioneer Picnic & Rodeo

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Klickitat County Visitors' Guide 2013 - My Journey  

The Goldendale Sentinel's annual guide to Klickitat County, done as a personal scrapbook of photos, yellow stickies, and memorabilia.