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Leavenworth Summer Theater box office is open

LEAVENWORTH — Maria and all of those singing, dancing Von Trapp children will return to the Ski Hill Amphitheater this summer, as Leavenworth Summer Theater once again presents "The Sound of Music." Tickets to LST's signature show and its other summer productions — "Singin' in the Rain" and "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" — are on sale now. "The Sound of Music" opens July 1 at the Ski Hill. "Singin' in the Rain" opens at Hatchery Park on July 13 and "Beauty" opens at the downtown Festhalle Theater or July ...

Cashmere High School drama recognized by 5th Avenue

Cashmere High School drama went to the 5th Avenue Theater Awards Honoring Excellence in High School Musical Theater Monday night. We won the Educational Impact Award again for our work with second grade students on fairy tales and our "Storybook Week at the Vale" program. Ellen Perleberg accepted the award for us. Talen Schoening received Special Student Honors for her work as our dance captain, and we won the Outstanding Lobby Display in the state of Washington (against all schools 1A – 4A). Sami Sykes and Reilly Schoening accepted that ...

The switch-out: Changing times for Art on the Avenues

WENATCHEE — There’s the raven perched on the sidewalk in front of Collins Fashions. And the fat frog deep in prayer on the corner of Wenatchee Avenue and First Street. And that funny little monkey riding a skateboard along the Loop Trail.

June Art: Your monthly First Friday guide

As spring gives way to summer, fresh artwork abounds in galleries and shops around town. Here is your monthly guide to the First Fridays Art Walk, straight from the venues and artists themselves:

Remembering Woody Guthrie at Grand Coulee

GRAND COULEE — Songs written by folk artist Woody Guthrie while he spent about a month touring Grand Coulee Dam and its surrounding area in 1941 will be the subject of a concert and symposium Saturday at the dam.