Just in time for Mother's Day, the annual Wedin Farm & Friends Spring Antique Show is bringing a variety of vendors together on one of Adna's most historic farms.

The historic Wedin Farm will fill up with everything from antiques and primitives to vintage, shabby chic and much more! Local vendors include Jeff's Potting Benches & Birdhouses, Karla's Pillows & Quilts, Jessica's Soap, Jewelry By Amber, Art by Gary Bilodeaux and Krahe Prints by Rudi Hurzlmeier.

This is one of the most anticipated gatherings of the year for antique, vintage goods and farm lovers.

Food on site will be available for purchase from Dawn's Delectables.

For more information, visit the Spring Show's Facebook page.

May 5-7, 2016 from 4:00pm-5:00pm

Everyone is invited to bring their bluegrass instruments to this awesome bluegrass jam at the Adna Grange, May 7 starting at 2 p.m.

Enjoy dinner for just $6 and stick around for the evening portion, which also includes an open mic session from 6 to 7 p.m. After that, enjoy live entertainment from Slipshod, a dynamic duo from Oregon!

All proceeds raised from the event support Slipshod and the Adna Grange.

The grange is located at 123 Dieckman Road in Adna.

Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 2:00pm

Come see the emu hatchlings at Feathers Emu Ranch & Farm in Adna!

Hatching season is in full swing at one of Lewis County's most unique farms, and the folks at the ranch are inviting everyone to tour their farm, make a shell necklace at their crafts table, sample their skin products and see the new emu hatchlings!

Carol Thomas of Sweet Briar Herb Farm will host a workshop at noon on working with medicinal herbs.

Hours for 3 Feathers' Spring Visit Day are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 14.

Check out 3 Feathers Emu Ranch and Farm's website, and also check out more about them on our Agritourism page.

For more information on this event, call (360) 748-3031 or email info@threefeathersemus.com.

Saturday, May 14, 2016 11:00am-5:00pm

West Lewis County is the agricultural heart of our region, with lush and fertile valleys sustained by the Chehalis River and the South Fork Chehalis River. In the springtime, the area is a lush green; in the autumn, this region transitions to one of vibrant color as leaves burst with color.

Start by heading out from Chehalis on state Route 6 toward Adna. Take Bunker Creek Road to Dieckman Road and then enjoy a few moments at Back Memorial County Park, especially if Mount Rainier is in full view in the distance. Bring a camera with a zoom lens and shoot away!