The Chamber office will be closed Monday, July 4 for Independence day
JULY 12 @ 5:30PM
L'Ecole Heritage Wine Bar
JULY 14 @ 6:30PM
Virtual Meeting Room
SEPT 15 @ 1:00PM
Wine Valley Golf Club

Tuesday, July 12 at 5:30pm
6 W Rose St

July's Business After Hours will be held at L'Ecole Heritage Wine Bar. Join us for appetizers catered by The Marc, L'Ecole wines, and the raffle. Business After Hours is a great networking opportunity with your fellow Chamber members.

Thursday, July 14 at 5:30pm

The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, American Association of University Women and Walla Walla Association of Realtors invite you to view the Primary Election Candidate Forum.

This will be a virtual event held via zoom and live streamed on the Chamber's facebook page. The forum will feature candidates running for Walla Walla County Commissioner District 3 and Legislative District 16 State Representative Position 1. Only the top two candidates in each of these races will advance to the general election in November. Those wishing to submit questions must participate via zoom. Register for the zoom meeting by clicking below.

The forum will be available on the Chamber's facebook page to stream at your convenience if you are unable to watch live.


Thursday, August 4

Wednesday, August 14
Phising Scam Alert!

The Chamber has been made aware of fraudulent activity in the area targeting businesses and their customers. Please be cautious of unusual messages you may receive via mail, telephone, social media and email. Scammers operate by pretending to be someone you trust, creating a false sense of urgency, using untraceable payment methods and intimidating their targets. Please inform your employees and coworkers to be vigilant and avoid becoming a victim. If you witness suspicious activity, please file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and the Washington State Office of the Attorney General. If you have lost money or other possessions as part of a fraudulent scheme, you will likely need to file a report with local police also.

Local businesses are currently reporting two scams; fake invoices being sent to customers and phishing emails which pose as coming from one of your trusted contacts. Customers and vendors of one of our members, Total Office Concepts, are being targeted with fake invoices and requests for customers to modify their payment methods. Please call TOC at 509-525-5600 if you have any questions about the authenticity of communications you have received from any of their employees.

Check out our full calendar of public events on our website.
"All Ages Show"

Wednesday, July 6
7:00 pm

While Seattle's music scene, was changing the world in the early 90s with "grunge," Tri-Cities had its own thriving music scene inspired by Washington DC Hardcore, a scene that many didn't think could exist in a smaller community. Director Tony Moser will be in attendance at the screening.
You may also purchase tickets from the box office by calling 509.529.6500
Wonderful Women Wednesday
Henry Earl Estates Wine Bar is a women led business and thinks it would be appropriate to take one day of each week to celebrate, support, encourage and inspire all women.
Every Wednesday, all women receive:
  • 10% off of their entire purchases
  • Discounted wine flights
  • A chance to enter a monthly raffle by joining the mailing list.

In addition, on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, they will have a women-only event where they will feature a female speaker to encourage and inspire all women.
Eternal Wines and Drink Washington State present Thursday Night Lights.

An incredible lineup of live music all spring and summer long. Doors open at 5pm and music will be from 6-8pm. There is a $5 cover each Thursday or buy a season pass for just $50. Upcoming bands include:
July 7- Sky Dogs
July 14- Gary Winston & the Real Deal

Call 509.240.6258 for more details.
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