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First Friday Art Highlights

Tomorrow night, bundle up and hit the town for fresh visual art exhibits and events. Here are this month’s First Friday highlights:
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NCW to NYC: local students to perform at Carnegie Hall

Leslie McEwen has two very good reasons to feel proud these days. Two of the voice teacher’s students are heading to New York City later this month to perform at Carnegie Hall. Alex Stroming, 16, of Wenatchee High School and McKenzie Hemstrom, 18, of Cashmere High School have been selected to sing in the competitive Honors Performance Series choir. With their selection comes a trip to New York, Feb. 19-23 and a concert at the prestigious music venue.

Leavenworth Summer Theater auditions next month

The hills around Leavenworth will be alive this summer with the sounds of Sondheim, Porter and Schwartz. Yes, it will be the first season in 20 years without a Leavenworth Summer Theater staging of “The Sound of Music,” but the nonprofit theater company is looking forward to a full summer of song and dance.
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‘Jazznights’ heat up the Numerica PAC

The Wenatchee Jazz Workshop invites the community to “Jazznights,” two concerts at the Numerica Performing Arts Center featuring the six-piece combo L.A. 6. The Los Angeles musicians will perform on their own next Thursday, Feb. 5, and with jazz band students from six Wenatchee and Eastmont schools on Friday, Feb. 6. Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be reserved at 663-ARTS, numericapac.org or the PAC box office.
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The secret life of bears: ‘Great Bear Stakeout’ comes to Snowy Owl Theater

Within the first 15 minutes of “Great Bear Stakeout,” we see a desperate, starving mama grizzly lead her two skinny cubs into the ocean off the coast of southern Alaska in search of salmon. One cub, predictably, doesn’t make it out. Later in the film, another mom unceremoniously abandons her cub in order to hang out in the hormone-soaked mating meadow with the fellas. Then a love triangle turns fatal when a male grizzly kills a blonde female just to impress the lady bear he really likes, and it works. ...
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Check it Out: Our picks for fun in NCW this week

Eclectic Approach 4:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Mission Ridge, free, pick up tickets at Numerica branches in Wenatchee, East Wenatchee or Entiat on Friday by 3:30 p.m., limited to first 700 people, missionridge.com
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Swing your partner: local square dancers keep it social

EAST WENATCHEE — Tom Clymer looks down from the stage at the two dozen assembled dancers, all smiling, all chatting away with each other as they await his cue. A CD player whirs to life with an uptempo instrumental tune, filling the old Grange Hall. Then Clymer begins: “Slide through. Load the boat. Veer to the left. Girls hinge. Diamonds circulate. Boys swing through. Flip your diamond. Pass through with the wheels and the deals … Promenade her home.”
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Moody finds ‘Home’ in Wenatchee

East Wenatchee singer/songwriter Eden Moody will release her long-awaited debut EP this week, a five-song album on which Moody sings her heart out about love, sacrifice and coming home.