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The Crush is on!

The Crush is on!

It’s the perfect month to drive through the beautiful fall colors and explore some of our wineries,  vineyards and tasting rooms. Washington is known for producing premium wines and our region boasts some of the best. So grab some friends and make a weekend of immersing yourself in this beautiful region and swirl, sniff and take it all in!
Pray for Snow!

Pray for Snow!

What could be better than seeing the tamaracks turn and a dusting of snow in October? An epic Pray for Snow Party with all of your friends. Get the fire pits ready cause we have the beer and the party just waiting for you. Keep up to speed on the conditions, "prefunctions" and estimated opening date! This is a season you won't want to miss and Mission should be on your short list!          
Eat like a Local!

Eat like a Local!

Food should not always have to be fast but fresh and real it does. When you live in an agriculturally rich environment you start to notice things and pay attention to tastes. Apples right from the tree, cherries from a friends orchard, fresh crafted beers, yummy heirloom veggies with nut cheeses and sauces. It's not something you want to rush so slow down and stay awhile, savor and taste what the land and skilled hands have provided.

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Wenatchee Brewers Row emerges along Columbia River Waterfront

A trio of craft breweries in Wenatchee have taken up Our Valley, Our Future on its recommendation and decided to start the community’s first brewery district. Wenatchee Brewers Row includes Badger Mountain Brewery, Columbia Valley Brewery and Wenatchee Valley Brewery. All the breweries are located near the Columbia River waterfront and within walking distance of Read More

Our Valley Our Future offers up Highlights

– Our Valley conducted a Regional Housing Survey in July and August, and the findings will be released at 6 p.m. Sept. 20, during a “Where Will We Live?” Community Housing Forum at Pybus Market’s Events Center. The event also will kick off discussions about potential solutions to the region’s housing woes. About 1,700 people Read More