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Cirque Dreams Holidaze

Cirque Dreams Holidaze lights up the 2017 season with its 10th Anniversary National Tour created by Cirque Dreams Founder and Broadway Director Neil Goldberg. This critically-acclaimed holiday stage extravaganza is a cirque spectacle …Broadway musical…and family show all in one! Hailed by The New York Daily News as a “delicious confection of charm, sparkle and talent 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

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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Water, Wind and Fire Tour

Water, Wind & Fire Tour – a 12-city tour around Washington state and the Idaho panhandle to engage citizens and community leaders in a conversation about the impacts of our changing climate, new energy ideas, and economic policies that mitigate climate and financial risk. CCL & Audubon volunteers will speak about warming temperatures, their impact 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

Geologic Wonderland Speaker Series

Tuesdays in November just got a whole lot more exciting! Join Wenatchee River Institute every Tuesday in November at Milepost 111 in Cashmere for our annual Scientist Speaker Series. Be a part of the experience! ‘Geologic Wonderland’ explores the epic geologic saga shaping our past and our future. The geology of the Pacific Northwest is truly a Read More

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India House: Rebuild Texas Benefit

Rebuild Texas – all day Buffet India House welcomes you to a special event to support hurricane fatal victims. Read More

Nick Ceto – “The Hanford Story”

Join former Project Manager with the Department of Energy Nick Ceto for a discussion of “The Hanford Story.” After enjoying the first 20 minutes of the film there will be an extensive question and answer session. He will also discuss the Hanford Reach national monument and the REACH interpretive Center. Admission by donation Contact e-mail: programs@wenatcheeriverinstitute.org Read More

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The Little Mermaid

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Wenatchee High School Auditorium Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $15 seniors/students tickets are available through Numerica Performing Arts online  November 9-11 & 16-18 Read More

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The Little Mermaid

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Wenatchee High School Auditorium Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $15 seniors/students tickets are available through Numerica Performing Arts online  November 9-11 & 16-18 Read More

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The Little Mermaid Matinee

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid Wenatchee High School Auditorium tickets $18 for adults, $15 seniors/students tickets available through Numerica Performing Arts Center online     Read More

The Little Mermaid

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Wenatchee High School Auditorium Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $15 seniors/students tickets are available through Numerica Performing Arts online  November 9-11 & 16-18 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

Geologic Wonderland Speaker Series

Tuesdays in November just got a whole lot more exciting! Join Wenatchee River Institute every Tuesday in November at Milepost 111 in Cashmere for our annual Scientist Speaker Series. Be a part of the experience! ‘Geologic Wonderland’ explores the epic geologic saga shaping our past and our future. The geology of the Pacific Northwest is truly a Read More

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The Little Mermaid

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Wenatchee High School Auditorium Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $15 seniors/students tickets are available through Numerica Performing Arts online  November 9-11 & 16-18 Read More

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Grand Thanksgiving Buffet

Rivertop Thanksgiving! Served 10:30am – 4pm   RESERVATIONS: 509.662.1234 adults $25.95+tax, seniors $24.95+tax, Kids 6-10 $9.95+tax, Kids 5 & under FREE Grand Thanksgiving Buffet Featuring: Salads: Marinated Mushrooms Southwest Vegetable Salad Bay Shrimp Pasta Salad & Deluxe Salad Bar Chef Carved: Slow Roasted Prime Rib Juicy & Tender Turkey Breast Honey Glazed Ham Salmon with creamy Read More

Warren Miller: Line of Decent

Come see Warren Miller’s latest ski and snowboard film Line of Decent, win raffle prizes, and bid on silent auction items to support Mission Ridge Volunteer Ski Patrol’s life-saving efforts on the mountain.  Friday, November 17, 2017 doors at 6:00pm, movie at 7:00pm. Tickets at the door or in advance at Arlberg Sports, downtown Wenatchee Read More

The Little Mermaid

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Wenatchee High School Auditorium Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $15 seniors/students tickets are available through Numerica Performing Arts online  November 9-11 & 16-18 Read More

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Pybus Market Holiday Artisan Fair

Pybus Public Market is hosting their annual Holiday Artisan Fair on Saturday, November 18th from 9am-5pm. Different than years past, the Holiday Artisan Fair will be a 1-day event. It will feature over 40 local & regional vendors including crafts, holiday gifts, décor, jewelry, art & more and will be free for the public to Read More

The Little Mermaid Matinee

Wenatchee School District Presents: Disney’s The Little Mermaid Wenatchee High School Auditorium tickets $18 for adults, $15 seniors/students tickets available through Numerica Performing Arts Center online     Read More

FarmStrong in concert- Cashmere Community Concerts

Cashmere Community Concerts is proud to feature on stage FarmStrong. FarmStrong is an acoustic string band based on the Olympic Peninsula, in Washington State. The quartet, with astonishing performance experience between them, mixes a deep history of American stringed music together. The band’s singing and distinctive style of arranging songs from within and beyond the mountain country music Read More

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Wenatchee Valley Empty Bowls

Wenatchee Valley Empty Bowls is an annual event designed to bring together the community through creative expression and hunger relief education. At this event community members are invited, in exchange for a $10 donation, $35 for a family of up to five, to come and paint a commemorative ceramic bowl at one of four community Read More

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Mannheim Steamroller

MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER CHRISTMAS by Chip Davis has been America’s favorite holiday tradition for over 30 years! Grammy Award winner Chip Davis has created a show that features Mannheim Steamroller Christmas classics along with a selection of compositions from Chip’s groundbreaking Fresh Aire series which introduced the distinctive Mannheim sound to all of America.  Tickets online: 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

Banff Mountain Film Festival

The Banff Mountain Film Festival, a program of The Banff Centre, is the largest, and one of the most prestigious, mountain festivals in the world. Hot on the heels of the festival held every fall in Banff, Alberta, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour hits the road. With stops planned in about 400 communities Read More

Geologic Wonderland Speaker Series

Tuesdays in November just got a whole lot more exciting! Join Wenatchee River Institute every Tuesday in November at Milepost 111 in Cashmere for our annual Scientist Speaker Series. Be a part of the experience! ‘Geologic Wonderland’ explores the epic geologic saga shaping our past and our future. The geology of the Pacific Northwest is truly a Read More

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Turkey on the Run 12K, 5K & Kid’s Race

Turkey on the Run is a great way to kick off your holiday season with a fun and fit jaunt in Wenatchee. This annual family friendly event has become a Thanksgiving Day tradition in the community and attracts both residents and people visiting for the holiday. Read More

Thanksgiving Feast

Savor traditional festive fare with an indulgent buffet featuring the best of fall flavors made with the finest, local ingredients. Join us for a special holiday meal that you won’t soon forget. Menu Adults $49, kids 5-12 $16, children 4 and under dine free. An overnight package is available Call 509-548-6344 or 800-574-2123 for reservations Read More

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Holiday Lighting Ceremony at Pybus Market

Come be a part of the fabulous holiday lighting ceremony at Pybus Market, where at 5:45pm sharp on Friday, November 24 we turn on our now-famous holiday Christmas tree lights. Watch the concourse be instantly turned into a festive holiday spectacle. We flip the “on” switch at 5:45pm sharp! Live music follows from 6pm to 8pm. 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

Geologic Wonderland Speaker Series

Tuesdays in November just got a whole lot more exciting! Join Wenatchee River Institute every Tuesday in November at Milepost 111 in Cashmere for our annual Scientist Speaker Series. Be a part of the experience! ‘Geologic Wonderland’ explores the epic geologic saga shaping our past and our future. The geology of the Pacific Northwest is truly a Read More

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Madrigal Feaste

The Wenatchee High School Choral Department presents: Madrigal Feaste, Faire opens at 5pm with Banquet seating at 5:30pm and Feaste at 6pm tickets are available online: or mail in tickets are available by printing out ticket form please mail with check to WHS 1101 Millerdale, Wenatchee Avenue attn: Dawn McCormick tickets: Thursday November 30th, $20-$25.00 Read More

Journey to Bethlehem

Experience the town of Bethlehem as it was the night the Christ Child was born. Community Christmas Concert each night 5:30pm-8:30pm. The journey includes over 150 Actors and Supporting Cast in Full Costume and a Living Nativity with sheep, goats, donkeys, chickens and a camel! Read More

Bah Humbug presented by Stage Kids

Come share the magic of this wonderful musical adaptation of everyone’s favorite Christmas classic! ‘Bah, Humbug!’ Ebenezer sings, dooming himself to visits from three Christmas spirits. With the first ghost, he sees his sister Fanny as they sing ‘One Last Christmas.’ Next, Scrooge is taken to the home of his employee, Beth Cratchit, where Tiny Tim 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.  One of the many stops that celebrate art every first Friday. Read More

Madrigal Feaste

The Wenatchee High School Choral Department presents: Madrigal Feaste, Faire opens at 5pm with Banquet seating at 5:30pm and Feaste at 6pm tickets are available online: or mail in tickets are available by printing out ticket form please mail with check to WHS 1101 Millerdale, Wenatchee Avenue attn: Dawn McCormick tickets: Thursday November 30th, $20-$25.00 Read More

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NCW Woodworkers Guild Show

On Saturday and Sunday, members of the NCW Woodworkers’ Guild will display a variety of their projects. The Guild was started earlier this year as a way to provide camaraderie and exchange knowledge by bringing together men and women who share a love for woodworking. Most are amateurs and a few are professional furniture and cabinet makers. Read More

Christmas Family Fun Day

Christmas Family Fun Day

Kids of all ages are encouraged to come and make handmade gifts and crafts, warm up with a cup of hot cocoa and get their picture taken with Santa. Crafts include making beaded snowflakes, popcorn-cranberry garlands, evergreen swags, refrigerator magnets, decorating salt dough holiday shapes and pine cone ornaments. An added feature this year is Read More


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