It's been a tough week in Wenatchee. This week's First Friday Art Walk gives us a chance to come together with our neighbors, share a glass of wine and take in some of the finest artwork from local artists. Because, let's face it, we could all use a bit of beauty in our lives. Here are the highlights:
“Language Arts,” the latest novel by award-winning Stephanie Kallos, has been called an exuberant, funny, and moving tale of love, loss, and handwriting. This compelling story offers hope in the face of harshest reality. Kallos writes from her Leavenworth-area home, or from her home in North Seattle where, she says, there’s a small-town feel: no sidewalks, and frequent sightings of men in kilts. Readers can chat with Stevie at her free book-signing at A Book For All Seasons in Leavenworth on Sunday, from 1-3 p.m., or at her free presentation ...
LEAVENWORTH — Upper Valley Connection and The Icicle Players will perform “Alice in Wonderland” at Cascade High School Friday and Saturday. The musical is based on the 1951 Disney film and the Lewis Carroll novels “Adventures of Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.”
CASHMERE — The campers began rolling in on Monday — a full four days before the start of the Wenatchee River Bluegrass Festival — setting up their tents and RVs along with the other 1,500 or so people at the Chelan County Fairgrounds.