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Inslee issues guidance for museums, bowling and agritourism; updates guidance for outdoor recreation

Gov. Jay Inslee today, August 20, 2020, announced an updated guidance as part of Washington's Safe Start phased reopening plan. “We have worked with stakeholders for weeks and sometimes months to arrive at these guidelines. We continue to balance the need for activities that contribute to physical, mental, and emotional well-being with the steps needed to control the virus. Our ability to reopen depends on every Washingtonian doing their part…

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State Parks takes action to minimize crowding at two parks in Chelan county

Visitors should be prepared to go somewhere else if park is full    OLYMPIA – July 24, 2020 – Today, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced it will begin limiting the number of visitors at two state parks in Chelan county.  To avoid overcrowding, Lake Chelan and Lake Wenatchee state parks staff will close day-use areas to additional visitors when parking lots become full. This measure starts today. …

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Mission Ridge Chairlift Replacement Moving Forward

MISSION RIDGE NEWS RELEASE RELEASE DATE: June 3, 2020 CONTACT:            Tony Hickok (509) 888-9404  ahickok@missionridge.com Permission granted to publish in part or full. Chairlift Replacement Moving Forward Wenatchee, WA -- Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort’s Chair 2 replacement project is well underway and is scheduled to be completed for the start of the 2020/21 season. “This is one of the most exciting projects to take place…

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Wenatchee Outdoors offer activity ideas for now!

Content provided by Wenatchee Outdoors - Sarah Shaffrer and reposted by permission. We know we are in unprecedented times with the COVID-19 pandemic taking place. Health and safety rules and regulations are changing daily. As of today, we have been ordered from our Governor to “stay home, stay healthy.” We can still enjoy bike rides, gardening and dog walking but need to keep six-feet away from others that are not…

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Share Your #NCWlove & #VisitWenatchee Stories & Support the Wenatchee Valley!

Someone once said, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder.” While that might be true for a youthful crush, for a local economy like ours the absence of visitors and tourism dollars coming into our valley is being felt by the restaurants, hotels, and locally-owned businesses that make our community the vibrant and unique place that it is. It’s important that we as Washingtonians come together to support each other when…

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Wenatchee Wildlife

Wenatchee Wildlife Experiences With natural beauty and outdoor recreation abound, it only makes sense that the Wenatchee Valley would also be a hotspot for a variety of wildlife. From birding to bighorn sheep viewing, below are some of our favorite wildlife experiences for the nature-inclined. Go birding at Horan Natural Area. Within the nearly 200-acre Wenatchee Confluence State Park is Horan Natural Area – a concentrated oasis known for its…

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Faces of Pybus

With more than 15 merchants year-round, Pybus Market is not only central to Wenatchee’s community, but is also home to interesting stories of the people behind the stalls. Come meet some of the makers, chefs and entrepreneurs that make Pybus what it is today. Anderson Family Farm Anderson Family Farms One of the newer additions to Pybus Market as of fall 2018, Rick and Kimberlee Anderson of Anderson Family Farm…

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Wenatchee Staycation

How to Enjoy the Wenatchee Valley Like a Local There’s no better way to get to know a place than to experience it like a local. As an outdoor recreation mecca, Wenatchee keeps its residents busy year-round, from snowshoeing at Mission Ridge to experimenting with what’s new on tap at the local breweries. Stroll the Market. Much like Pike Place Market many years ago, Wenatchee’s Pybus Public Market is much…

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Tumbleweed Shop & Studio – Now # 1 on The Ave.

ARTISAN MADE GOODS Tumbleweed Shop & Studio and I go back about 10 years to 2008-2009 when I owned a women’s clothing store in downtown Wenatchee called Studio 10 Boutique.  Jessica Russell, creator and owner of Tumbleweed Bead jewelry, suggested I sell her signature hoops in my store. Which I did, and they sold like crazy!  One time, I even sold a pair of gold hoops straight from my ears…

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The Five Best Burgers in the Wenatchee Valley

The hamburger is the most popular snack food in America, and like most things American it came from somewhere else.  What started as meat being ground into mush under some Mongolian warrior’s saddle a half a world away eventually made its way to the city of Hamberg, Germany, where the sandwich takes its name. However, it wasn’t yet THE hamburger. It took an enterprising food vendor many years later in…

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