March marks the 26th anniversary of Wildhorse Resort & Casino. Each year, Wildhorse hosts an incredible fireworks display to celebrate the occasion and show appreciation to the community. The event kicks off at Wildhorse on March 6th at 8pm.
Wildhorse encourages everyone to enjoy the fireworks from the comfort of their vehicles or to stay in close proximity to their vehicles. Wildhorse Priority One health and safety protocols are to be observed – wear your mask and maintain safe distances from those not living in your household.
If you like watching the fireworks through the collectible Wildhorse prism viewers, go to Mission Market or Arrowhead Travel Plaza and, with a minimum $10 purchase, get a free 4-pack of viewers! One pack per customer while supplies last.
Musical accompaniment to the fireworks is provided by KCUW radio. Tune your radio to 104.3 FM to enhance your experience.
Arrive early for best viewing. Watch for signs and traffic officers who will help direct you. The show is free and open to the public. Go to wildhorseresort.com for more information.
Wildhorse Family FunPlex/Quaking Aspens Lanes
Get excited! The Wildhorse Family FunPlex is open! Bring the family out for a round of bowling, some arcade games and prizes, then top the day off with dinner and sweet treats at the food court. Priority One health and safety protocols continue to be diligently adhered to for the safety of customers and staff. Capacity limits are observed and lane reservations are required for bowling Friday through Sunday. Reservations are recommended Monday through Thursday. To reserve your spot or for more information, go to https://www.wildhorseresort.com/resort/bowling or call Quaking Aspens Lanes at 541-966-1690.
Traditions at Wildhorse Resort & Casino is open for indoor dining and if you haven’t tried the Chef Experience Theme Nights, you’re missing out on a fantastic family meal! And we’re excited to announce that in March, Chef Jeff Sommers is adding his Down Home BBQ dinner on Sundays.
Theme nights also feature a seafood boil on Thursday, a Friday fish fry, and delicious prime rib on Saturday, prepared fresh for dining in or packaged to go, with sides and dessert. Theme nights are Thursday through Sunday, 4pm to 10pm. Go to https://www.wildhorseresort.com/dining/traditions/ for menu details and pricing.
Under Priority One health and safety protocols, seating capacity is limited. Open daily for breakfast, 7am-10:30am; dinner is Wednesday through Sunday, 4pm-9pm.
Plateau, a fine dining restaurant at Wildhorse Resort & Casino, has announced they will open for indoor dining and take-out on Wednesday, March 3, at 4pm. All the customer favorites from the menu will again be available and prepared to perfection. Enjoy your meal in a clean, elegant atmosphere with a breathtaking view of the Blue Mountains.
Plateau’s new schedule of a 4pm opening will provide diners with a broader choice of arrival times. Reservations are required for dine-in seating as capacity is limited under Wildhorse’s Priority One sanitation and safety protocols. To make your reservation, call 541-966-1610. Go to wildhorseresort.com to view or download Plateau’s menu. Open Wednesday through Sunday, 4pm to close.
Hamley Steakhouse and Saloon –
Hamley Steakhouse and Saloon in downtown Pendleton is open for dining in and take-out! We know you’ve been missing your favorite meals and appetizers from Hamley Steakhouse, especially the tender USDA Prime beef served just how you like it. Call to make reservations to dine in or order online and have your food delivered curbside. Go to Hamley.com and choose the Steakhouse option to order or view the menu. Dining hours are 5pm to 8pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and seating is limited.
Hamley Café –
Hamley Café is open for indoor dining and take-out. Pick up your favorite breakfast burrito or pastry, then come back for a satisfying lunch. And remember to get a comforting coffee beverage to keep you going throughout the day. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 8am to 4pm. View the menu at hamley.com.
Wildhorse Sports Bar –
In celebration of anniversary month, Wildhorse Sports Bar will be offering drink specials served in commemorative stainless steel cups, mini bottles, and anniversary glasses that you get to keep! Ask your favorite bartender or beverage server for details – but hurry! These offers are only good while supplies last and a limited amount of silver anniversary glasses are still available! Must be 21 and over.
Hamley Western Store –
In March, Hamley Western Store will receive new seasonal merchandise from the clothing and houseware vendors you love. Look for popular Cinch jeans for men and women, new spring women’s fashion from Crazy Train, as well as updated frames for your favorite rodeo photos and more. You’ll also want to take advantage of discounts on felt hats and outerwear throughout the month. Hamley Western Store is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm.
Wildhorse Gift Shop –
The Wildhorse Gift Shop will honor anniversary month with a sale all month long! Shoppers will save 30% off all Wildhorse logo clothing when they make a purchase in March. You can find the gift shop at the hotel lobby. Open daily.
Wildhorse Golf Course –
Improve your golf game with lessons from a PGA golf professional. Wildhorse Golf Course is now booking couples for private lessons. Get instruction on how to better your game, improve your technique and perfect your swing. Individual attention allows for tailored guidance whether you’re beginners or scratch golfers. Call the golf course at 541-276-5588 or go to wildhorseresort.com for more information or to reserve a lesson.
About Wildhorse Resort & Casino:
Centrally situated between Boise, Spokane and Portland, Wildhorse Resort & Casino is a premier destination for family getaways, business meetings and large conventions. The Resort features a 24-hour casino, hotel, RV Park, seven restaurants, a five-screen Cineplex, 18-hole championship golf course, travel plaza (for trucks and autos) and a tribal museum. Expanded in 2011, there is no destination experience like it in the Pacific Northwest. Wildhorse offers over 1200 slots, all your favorite table games, live keno, bingo and live entertainment Thursday-Saturday. Wildhorse is located just off I-84 at exit 216, four miles east of Pendleton, OR. Wildhorse is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.