Basin events for May 11-19

May 10—COLUMBIA BASIN — Here are a few things to do in the Basin this week. This listing is noncomprehensive and event details may change or events may be canceled at the organizers' discretion. Readers are encouraged to call ahead or verify the information below online prior to the event.

May 9-11

Colorama Pro Rodeo

Three-day professional rodeo as well as live trick riding, stick pony races and other fun entertainment. An event for the whole family. 22152 Alcan Road NE, Grand Coulee. Info:

May 11

Rusty Mammoth Art & Collectible sale

The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center invites the community to come do some historic shopping from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds from the sale go to support the museum's programming and efforts to preserve local history. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, 401 South Balsam St. Info: 509-764-3830.

Columbia Basin Allied Arts Garden Party

Enjoy an afternoon of music, games with prizes, delicious lunch buffet, desserts, spirits, live auction and a chance to support arts programming for the local community. 12-4 p.m. at The Garden, (formerly Jamison's Event Center), 605 E. Nelson Rd, Moses Lake. Info:

Moses Lake Farmers Market

Join growers, crafters and sellers for the opening of the Moses Lake Farmers Market for the season. The fun starts at 8 a.m. in Moses Lake's McCosh Park and goes through 1 p.m.

May 15

Preschool Move and Groove

Fun free-play morning. Staff will have music on and lead preschoolers 2-5 years old in simple activities. Drop-ins are welcome at any time. Registration at front desk or online before program starts required. There is no cost but attendance is limited to 15. 10:30-11 a.m. at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center, 401 South Balsam St. Info: 509-764-3830.

May 16-19

Sunbanks Blues, Americana and Country festival

Hear a wide variety of music including Tylor & the Train Robbers, Curtis Salgado, Hamilton Loomis and the Davisson Brothers. The music starts at 8 p.m. May 16 and goes through a final show featuring Loomis at 6 p.m. on May 20. 509-633-3786. Day and weekend passes available. Admission costs vary.