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Leavenworth campers stage ‘Alice in Wonderland’

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.”

Student’s painting is Pybus print

A painting by Maya Dominguez of East Wenatchee has been selected as the 2015 Pybus Public Market art print. Dominguez will be a senior at Eastmont High School next year, where her art teachers are Mark Wavra and Matthew Kimmel. The colorful acrylic painting chosen as the print, titled “Wildflowers,” won Best of Show at the Regional High School Art Show this year.

The art of teaching: Okanogan High School’s Dan Brown

OKANOGAN — It’s after lunch on a Friday, the second-to-last week of the school year, and it’s hot — hovering near 90 degrees in the small northern Washington town of Okanogan. Students in Dan Brown’s Art I class at Okanogan High School file into the classroom, some staring at smart phones, some chatting with each other.

Live from Wenatchee: Kevin Nealon comes to the PAC

Kevin Nealon sits at a school bus stop overlooking the Pacific Ocean in southern California one recent afternoon. He's waiting for his son’s bus to arrive and talking to a reporter.

First Friday Arts Walk happenings

Sasquatch sightings in East Wenatchee, fighting the stigma of mental illness at the MAC Gallery and three local masters sharing wall space at Caffè Mela. It’s First Friday time again. As always, all receptions are free. Here are this month’s art highlights: