Suncadia Summer Nights in the Village

SuncadiaSuncadia Summer Nights in the Village are free summer outdoor concerts that take place at the Village Amphitheater every Friday night from June through August.  This Friday, June 25th, the featured artist is Clumsy Lovers, a rock/bluegrass group.  This weekends concert starts at the typical time: 7 PM.  Tonight’s weather is going to be cold and possibly wet, so come prepared.

To read about future concerts at Suncadia.

Roslyn Sunday Market Open Throughout Summer

Roslyn MarketRoslyn Sunday Market opened this past Sunday, June 19th, and will be open every Sunday through September 11th.  The market located in the heart of downtown Roslyn on East Pennsylvania Avenue is open from 10 AM to 2 PM and features some great vendors.  Come and support the local farmers, artisans, and the greater Roslyn community.

40 Year Old Remains Found at Suncadia Identified

Suncadia, a world class resort, located between Roslyn and Cle Elum was where human remains were discovered about a year ago in a shallow grave.  The remains were found when clearing the heavily wooded area for a golf course.  The remains have been identified as Kerry May, who disappeared nearly 40 years ago in 1972.  Kerry May’s mother, Sheila Olson, who is 80 years old never thought she would find out what happened to her daughter.  Her mother, with the rest of the family, plan to have a private celebration of her life.

Click to the link to read more about Kerry May, including possible links to Ted Bundy.

Horse Virus Seems to Be Contained

Roslyn RidersI wrote about the Roslyn Riders event that was cancelled for Memorial Day Weekend due to a horse virus.  It seems that the virus has been contained.  Veterinarians from both Oregon (Dr. Don Hansen) and Washington (Dr. Leonard Eldridge) released separate statements staring that any horse not testing positive, exhibiting systems, or been exposed to a horse confirmed positive of the neurological form of the equine herpes virus should be fine to travel and participate in horse events.

According to Eldridge eight horses have tested positive in Washington State, none died from the virus although one of the horse was euthanized for unrelated reasons.