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Icicle Creek Family Film Festival – Day 3

A weekend of workshops, films and fun for the whole family. Come to all or part, just be sure to bring your imagination. SEPT. 28 & 29 – Free School Screenings of Dream Big Free to schools by arrangement. If you are interested in bringing your class to a screening please contact Steve Scott, steve@north40productions.com Read More

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Open Mic Poetry

Open Mic Night. Enjoy the art of the spoken word. Tuesday nights at 6:00. Bring a poem to share, show your support, just be there! Ye Olde Bookshoppe 11 Palouse St. Wenatchee, WA Read More

Lost Homeland -Environmental Film & Lecture series

Lost Homeland – the Methow Tribe and the Columbia Reservation Historian E. Richard Hart and biologist/musician Ken Bevis team up to deliver a fun, scholarly program on the history of the Methow Tribe, the Columbia Reservation and the beautiful valley and river system that sustained indigenous hunter/gatherer populations for centuries.  Hart will use slides of Read More

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Evil Dead The Musical

Evil Dead the Musical  is a hilarious live stage show that takes on all the elements of the cult classic films, The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, and Army of Darkness and combines them for one of the craziest theatrical experiences of all time. You don’t need to be a fan of Evil Dead to Read More

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Flamenco Workshop

Join Encarnacion, Eric, and Jesus for a two hour Flamenco workshop for all abilities! Limited availability, so buy your ticket now!  $10 General Admission Read More

15th Annual Wings & Wheels Festival

Come join the fun at the 15th annual Town Toyota Wings & Wheels Festival! Davis Shows NW Carnival at Eastmont Community Park Thursday & Friday starting at 4pm, Saturday and Sunday starting at noon. Friday Night Cruise starts at 3pm from Eastmont Park ending at Hod Rod Cafe in Monitor. Saturday’s Activities at Eastmont Community Read More

Tech Talk & Happy Hour

Join GWATA for an informal happy hour focused on tech talk. This is a great networking event for tech professionals in all industries. Bonus? No registration required! Tech Talk and Happy Hour 1st Thursday of the Month At Badger Mountain Brewery 4:30 – 6:00pm FREE Read More

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15th Annual Wings & Wheels Festival

Come join the fun at the 15th annual Town Toyota Wings & Wheels Festival! Davis Shows NW Carnival at Eastmont Community Park Thursday & Friday starting at 4pm, Saturday and Sunday starting at noon. Friday Night Cruise starts at 3pm from Eastmont Park ending at Hod Rod Cafe in Monitor. Saturday’s Activities at Eastmont Community Read More

Wenatchee First Friday Art Walk

Don’t forget to stop by the Chamber to take in some community artwork! Details on specific artists to come. Read More

Water, Earth & Sky

Lynn Wright Brown will be the featured artist. For many years she has painted pastels of landscapes and then ventured in to abstract pictures using acrylics. This show is the result. The painting “My Mountain” was done as a plain air by looking out the window of her studio at a much loved foothill. First Read More

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Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is at Pybus every Saturday from May-October in the west parking lot. Stop by and explore the unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. Read More

Octoberfest Tennis

Round-Robin mixed doubles format at the WRAC. Read More

Norma – The Met: Live in HD

This new production of Bellini’s masterpiece stars Sondra Radvanovsky as the Druid priestess and Joyce DiDonato as her rival, Adalgisa—a casting coup for bel canto fans. Tenor Joseph Calleja is Pollione, Norma’s unfaithful lover, and Carlo Rizzi conducts. Sir David McVicar’s evocative production sets the action deep in a Druid forest where nature and ancient Read More

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Octoberfest Tennis

Round-Robin mixed doubles format at the WRAC. Read More

Apple Days at Cashmere Museum

Two full days of fun! Pony rides, live music, gold panning, atlatl (traditional archery), Mariachi Huenachi, Wenatchee Youth Circus, Mock gun fights, apple pie contest, bake and book sale and more. . .  INFO admission $5; family rate $20 (2 adults and kids under 17)  under 6 free Lunch $3.00 Read More

15th Annual Wings & Wheels Festival

Come join the fun at the 15th annual Town Toyota Wings & Wheels Festival! Davis Shows NW Carnival at Eastmont Community Park Thursday & Friday starting at 4pm, Saturday and Sunday starting at noon. Friday Night Cruise starts at 3pm from Eastmont Park ending at Hod Rod Cafe in Monitor. Saturday’s Activities at Eastmont Community Read More

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Open Mic Poetry

Open Mic Night. Enjoy the art of the spoken word. Tuesday nights at 6:00. Bring a poem to share, show your support, just be there! Ye Olde Bookshoppe 11 Palouse St. Wenatchee, WA Read More

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Chelan/Douglas Job & Resource Fair

Pybus Public Market from 10am-1pm sponsored by:  The America Legion Post 10 & Pybus Market charitable foundation brought to you by:  Worksource Wenatchee & Washington Female Veterans – Wenatchee contacts: Eileen Boylston:  eboylston@esd.wa.gov Jarrod Wright:  JWright@esd.wa.gov DeeAnne DeAngelo:  kizmitjean@aol.com Read More

Langdon Cook, “Upstream: Searching for Wild Salmon from River to Table”

Langdon Cook goes in search of the salmon in “Upstream”, his timely and in-depth look at how these beloved fish have nourished humankind through the ages and why their destiny is so closely tied to our own. Cook journeys up and down salmon country, from the glacial rivers of Alaska to the rainforests of the Read More

Mowgli – The Jungle Book Ballet presented by Eugene Ballet Company

Experience the spirited adventures of Mowgli as he befriends and grows up with Baloo the Bear, and battles the larger-than-life Shere Khan the Tiger and Kaa the Snake. An exotic retelling of Rudyard Kipling’s stories enjoyed by all ages, with fanciful costumes, masks, sets and world music that creates the magic of young Mowgli’s life Read More

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12 Angry Men

Twelve Angry Men MTW’s 2017 Fall Production:  Twelve people convene in a jury room in New York City to determine if a 16-year-old boy is guilty of the murder of his father. Throughout the play, the jurors battle with questions and suggestions as to whether or not there is reasonable doubt to the boy’s story and to what Read More

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Trails in Motion Film Fest

 A fundraiser for Wenatchee Valley TREAD, a regional trails organization. Perseverance, individual quirkiness, Fastest Know Times (FKT’s) and trail camaraderie are central to the theme of the 2017 Ledlenser Trails In Motion Film Festival line up. Each film offers an exciting and inspirational view into the world of trail and ultra running, all the while Read More

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Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is at Pybus every Saturday from May-October in the west parking lot. Stop by and explore the unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. Read More

Fire and Ice Geology Tour

Head to the site of the largest landslide to have occurred in the country. Participants learn to read and understand the features of the basalt cliffs. At the Waterville Plateau, evidence of the continental ice sheet that once covered this area can be seen, including: Withrow Terminal Moraine, kames, eskars, drumlins and kettles. See the Read More

Oktoberfest Trail Runs

The Oktoberfest Trail Runs (10-mile and 5-Mile, plus a kids race) are held on Wenatchee National Forest lands near Leavenworth, with the start and finish occurring at the Leavenworth Ski Hill facility, located two miles north of the town of Leavenworth. During the winter months, the Ski Hill attracts cross-country skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts. In Read More

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Hollywood and the Homefront: Tinsel Town’s Contribution to World War III

Experience the still-powerful images, radio, and film that emerged from this dramatic time in American history. Presented by: John Jensen, lecturer and broadcaster 2pm Saturday, October 21 Wenatchee Public Library Read More

Badger Mountain “Baconfeast”

Tuesdays: Bacon & BeerFeast starting  October 17th until pigs fly! Guest Bacon Chef – Galen (Big Hawg Bait) Goodman Bacon Pizza, bacon wrap, bacon desert, blt’s and more. .. Help those in need bring three cans of food gets you “half off” your first beer Play games giant jenga, corn-hole, win a monthly candlelit BaconFeast Read More

Open Mic Poetry

Open Mic Night. Enjoy the art of the spoken word. Tuesday nights at 6:00. Bring a poem to share, show your support, just be there! Ye Olde Bookshoppe 11 Palouse St. Wenatchee, WA Read More

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Brewers Row Launch & Tasting Party

Come join the launch at the Wenatchee Visitors Center from 4pm-7pm on Thursday, October 19th. Meet those that brew including Wenatchee Valley Brewing Co., Badger Mountain Brewery and Columbia Valley for a taste of beers as well as some cool stuff and information on the next three night of fun at each of the three Read More

Poet Laureate: Tod Marshall

Poet Laureate, Tod Marshall, shares poetry of Washington state…along with selected special guests. A Book for All Seasons, Leavenworth, WA will be selling books at this event. For more information visit: todmarshall.com This event is intended for adults Read More

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Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is at Pybus every Saturday from May-October in the west parking lot. Stop by and explore the unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. Read More

Mini Aerial Yoga Play Workshop for Beginners

Elevate your practice at Sleeping Lady! Enjoy a half-day of grounding, nourishment and exploration; and begin to see things from a new perspective. Includes: 8:30 to 10:00 am ~ Qi Gong / yoga / movement exploration 10:00 to 10:30 am ~ tea time 10:30 am – 12:30 pm ~ aerial yoga play workshop 12:30 pm Read More

Wenatchee MINI Maker Faire

October 21st 9am-3pm at the Wenatchee Convention Center this is a free event with a complete schedule online Centro De Convenciones De Wenatchee Sabado Octubre 2 1 De 9am a 3pm Este  Evento Es Gratis • Horario de Talleres/Actividades Esta Disponible En EL SITIO WEB Read More

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Ski Swap & Fall Fundraiser

The annual Ski/Gear Swap and Fall Fundraiser have joined forces!  ONE SPECTACULAR EVENT!  Fundraising efforts will support our purchase of equipment for snow making.  You can swap or purchase ski and human powered gear, watch ski flicks, enjoy music, socialize and raise that paddle to support the snow making equipment.  The Swap & Fundraiser will be at the Leavenworth Read More

Gear Swap & Fall Fundraiser

Join the fun and festivities hosted by the Leavenworth Winter Sports Club Ski Swap 11am-1pm sellers 10×10 space = $20.00 admission $7.00  per person or $15 for family Beer (Icicle Brewing) & Food (Taqueria El Chavo) 1pm-3pm   Read More

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Badger Mountain “Baconfeast”

Tuesdays: Bacon & BeerFeast starting  October 17th until pigs fly! Guest Bacon Chef – Galen (Big Hawg Bait) Goodman Bacon Pizza, bacon wrap, bacon desert, blt’s and more. .. Help those in need bring three cans of food gets you “half off” your first beer Play games giant jenga, corn-hole, win a monthly candlelit BaconFeast Read More

Open Mic Poetry

Open Mic Night. Enjoy the art of the spoken word. Tuesday nights at 6:00. Bring a poem to share, show your support, just be there! Ye Olde Bookshoppe 11 Palouse St. Wenatchee, WA Read More

The Stories We Tell: Turning your personal narrative into readable form

In this session Victoria Hubbell, Ph.D. will present choices and help writers understand and address factors influencing their decisions on content and style. This session will be an active one, so come prepared to get started and get writing! More information on Victoria Hubbell may be found at victoriaphubbell.com Read More

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An Inconvenient Sequel

Featuring a LIVE streamed interview with Al Gore at 3:45 p.m. A decade after AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH brought the climate crisis into the heart of popular culture, comes the riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. Former Vice President Al Gore continues his tireless fight, traveling Read More

An Inconvenient Sequel #2

A decade after AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH brought the climate crisis into the heart of popular culture, comes the riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. Former Vice President Al Gore continues his tireless fight, traveling around the world training an army of climate champions and influencing Read More

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Make a Difference Day

Make a Difference Day is an all-encompassing national day of service dedicated to helping others — a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. We are a completely non-profit, grassroots effort and YOU are welcome to be a part of it. We are always looking for people to help coordinate this huge community effort. Community information meetings Read More

Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is at Pybus every Saturday from May-October in the west parking lot. Stop by and explore the unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. Read More

Colors of the West with Molly Hashimoto

Join us for a meet and greet with Molly Hashimoto renowned naturalist and water color artist. She has a new book, “Colors of the West” and will be sharing a bit about how this book came to be. Arrive early to sample sketching materials and visit with the artist. Stay for a short presentation with time after Read More

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Badger Mountain “Baconfeast”

Tuesdays: Bacon & BeerFeast starting  October 17th until pigs fly! Guest Bacon Chef – Galen (Big Hawg Bait) Goodman Bacon Pizza, bacon wrap, bacon desert, blt’s and more. .. Help those in need bring three cans of food gets you “half off” your first beer Play games giant jenga, corn-hole, win a monthly candlelit BaconFeast Read More

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Day of the Dead

Live music, dancing, face painting and festive food marks Day of the Dead celebrations from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum. The event is free and open to the public. Visitors will have a chance to learn about this important Mexican holiday tradition of honoring the dead, and Read More

Day of the Dead

Family celebration at museum honors traditional Mexican holiday. Featuring crafts, music, dancing, face painting, delicious food and altar displays. Sponsored by Columbia Valley Community Health and Coordinated Care. Altar space available by contacting 509.888.6243. Read More

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NPR’s Renee Montagne to appear at live interview in Wenatchee

Northwest Public Radio and the Numerica Performing Arts Center will host NPR’s Renee Montagne in Wenatchee for an interview-style presentation on November 2, 2017, at 5:30pm. Before the presentation, attendees can meet Northwest Public Radio (NWPR) staff members at a listener reception starting at 4:30pm. Both the reception and the presentation will take place at Read More

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Wenatchee First Friday Art Walk

Don’t forget to stop by the Chamber to take in some community artwork! Details on specific artists to come. Read More

First Friday

Admission is free all day at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center on the first Friday of every month, and hours are extended to 8pm with light refreshments offered after 5:00. This is just one of many locations celebrating art – every First Friday Read More

Two Rivers Art Gallery – Pattern, Color & Light

This “First Friday” event will feature acrylic paintings by Marti Lyttle, her landscapes and botanicals are an emotional impact of form and color.  Music by “Well Strung” Jac Tiechner and Steve Sanders Wines by Horan Estates 5pm-8pm Read More

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