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We want your fireworks shots

The Fourth of July is two weeks away and the Wenatchee Valley is getting ready to celebrate America’s 243th birthday. And we want you in on it.During the fireworks show, scheduled for dusk on the Fourth at Walla Walla Point Park, go on Facebook or Instagram and share with us your best pictures or videos of the show, using #Thisviewpops and @Visitwenatchee. In your shared post, add your location, whether…

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Schnitzel Boys

A Recipe For Success: Fresh Local Produce and Bread, Good Coffee and The Perfect Biscuit When Noah and Lindsey Dahlstrom moved to Leavenworth from the Seattle area, they found business space before they even had a place to live. Noah had grown up in Marblemount on Highway 20, and knew he wanted to live in another mountain town. The couple did some research and settled on Leavenworth, with its strong…

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Community, Family Time in Wenatchee, Living Wenatchee, Tourism

Bike Race showcases beauty of the Wenatchee Valley

The region is gearing up for the highly anticipated Tour de Bloom cycle race which will begin on Friday. Tour De Bloom is a glorious three- day, four- event race which brings the top talent from the Pacific Northwest and Canada to the Wenatchee valley, and three of the four races are held in the surrounding areas of Plain, Malaga and Waterville. The physical challenge combined with amazing views is…

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Independent Cider

Independent Cider (IC) is one of very few cider makers in North Central Washington focusing exclusively on making hard cider with pears. Their product is called perry – a cider made completely with fermented pear juice as its base. Although perry is a fairly new product to many, its roots stretch back to a long tradition that started in Europe, especially in the United Kingdom and France. IC is the…

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Community, Family Time in Wenatchee, Living Wenatchee, Tourism

The 100-Year Party

In 1922, someone in Wenatchee came up with a great idea to promote the apple industry and to celebrate unity, spring and the community—creating the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. It was a one-day event. A few years later, in 1922, there were 250 floats and an estimated 100,000 people in attendance. This year the party started on April 25 with the fun, food and excitement, and the fun continues…

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Visit and “do good things”

We have some volunteer opportunities we'd love you to be involved in. Please read below or visit our events page for more information. No need to let me know if you can't make it - I know you care, and that time is in short supply! SageFest: Foothills Trail Maintenance April 6, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Join us for the 2nd Annual SageFest - a volunteer trail event co-sponsored by Chelan-Douglas…

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Mission Ridge returning to 7-Day-A-Week Schedule for 2019/2020 Season

For the first time in almost 20 years Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort is returning to a 7 day-a-week operating schedule for the 2019-2020 winter season. “We are very excited to be offering additional opportunities for guests to come up and enjoy the mountain,” said Mission Ridge Marketing Director Tony Hickok. “We really see this as a tremendous benefit to local skiers and riders in the Wenatchee Valley who…

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Community, Tourism, Wine in Wenatchee

Pybus Bistro at Pybus Public Market, Delicious!

If you’re looking for a romantic dinner for Valentine’s Dinner, consider Pybus Bistro in Pybus Market. Pybus Bistro specializes in simple, wholesome rustic French fare that warms your heart and your stomach.             For Valentine’s Day, the Bistro is offering a prix fixe menu, which includes: Amuse bouche – a small bite to start the meal 2 choices of appetizers Soup or salad Choice of…

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Community, Living Wenatchee, Tourism

Wenatchee Brewers Row grows by one.

Wenatchee Brewers Row is welcoming 509 Bierwerks, the newest member of the craft brewery district. 509 Bierwerks, owned by Grant Stoebner, is slated to open at 200 S. Columbia St. in either February or March. It will be a 20-barrel brewery and will start off with five craft beers, with distribution throughout the Wenatchee Valley. The brewery will also house a restaurant. Stoebner said he and his wife considered opening the…

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Community, Enrich, Living Wenatchee

Write on!

The Wenatchee Valley is a hotbed of creativity and lair of literature! We don't know if we should credit the beautiful scenery, the interesting characters, or an extensive, collective history of creating, but this area is teeming with talent and inspiration. From excellent publications and accomplished authors to writing workshops, indie bookstores, and open mic nights, you can find it right (or should I say write?) here! Where to start? …

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