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It's Washington Wine Month!

It's Washington Wine Month!

It’s the perfect month to explore some of our 900 plus wineries and 350 vineyards. Washington is known for producing premium wine. Wine that Wine Spectator consistently awards 90+ point ratings to. So grab a glass in support of your local award-winning winemakers and take advantage of promotions happening near you. Locally, we are pretty spoiled so do your part and get out and enjoy!
O'Terry's Lads & Lasses

O'Terry's Lads & Lasses

42nd Annual Co-Ed Softball tournament at Walla Walla Point Park and Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park. 4 game guarantee. A fun tournament with proceeds benefiting youth sports scholarships in the Wenatchee Valley.  August 19th and 20th, 2017. Contact:  patrick@Wenatchee.org          
Live like a Local!

Live like a Local!

We start them young whether it is sitting by the river and enjoying the conversation or climbing with dad at Riverfront Rock Gym there is always something fun to do. If your kids have paws, they are invited too. Summer also provides unique educational ops as well such as Rocky Reach Dam Visitors Center and the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center.

Fresh from our Blog

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