WENATCHEE — Danzas Multiculturales has put 10 years of dance training into a new, two-hour folklorico recital celebrating the life and spirit of Mexico through movement and song.
WENATCHEE — The awards ceremony for the 44th annual Regional High School Art Show will take place at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center, 127 S. Mission St., Wenatchee, 1-3 p.m. March 18.
LEAVENWORTH — A masterpiece opera on screen and a live chamber music concert come to Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, this weekend.
WENATCHEE — An esteemed local artist and art teacher, Jan Cook Mack, has been rehabilitating from a stroke since April. This month she shares an art exhibit at Pybus Art Alley with her former student, Michele Knutson, which features oil paintings that show off the color pink.
EAST WENATCHEE – In a theater production, even the final bows must be rehearsed. Eastmont High School (EHS) students worked for 45 minutes Feb. 23 to stage the final poses and bows for their upcoming production of “Footloose: The Musical.”
WENATCHEE — Every first Friday of the month, artists are featured at receptions for the opening of new art exhibits. It’s a day promoted by the Wenatchee Downtown Association and the NCW Arts Alliance to draw people to tour downtown and interact with the arts scene. For more specials offered…
WENATCHEE — Think first, paint later. That’s how artist Allen Gossett approaches a creative process.
WENATCHEE — What’s the point? For artist Gene Barkley of Chelan, pointillism is the point. His artwork is for sale and on display at Lemolo Cafe & Deli, 114 N Wenatchee Ave., beginning this month.
WENATCHEE — Stage Kids programs tend to fill up quickly and performance tickets go quickly, too. Registration for spring and summer classes and camps opens Feb. 28.
WENATCHEE — After decades of development, a display of ceramics by Ruth E. Allan, artist and instructor at Wenatchee Valley College (WVC), is at the MAC Gallery. “Looking Forward, Reaching Back” shows until March 22 in the Music and Arts building of WVC, 1300 Fifth St., Wenatchee.
WENATCHEE — Consider the flesh-colored crayons in an exhibit at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center (WVMCC): from 1903 the pinkish brown is the only flesh tint, which was renamed “pink beige” in 1949 and then renamed “peach.” It wasn’t until 1992 that Crayola launched the first m…
WENATCHEE — An office for the Director of Operations at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center has been filled by Courtney Tiffany since November. The position was previously held by Marriah Thornock, who became executive director in June 2022.
Go! reporter Jessica Drake interviewed Donnie Johnson, co-owner of Pan’s Grotto (with Stephanie Bohart) via email.
WENATCHEE — Sonia “Sonny” Ramsey, has chosen more than 20 pieces of art to be installed in the front room of the freshly renovated Two Rivers Art Gallery for the month of February. Her subject matter includes flowers, animals and fruit in acrylics, and also artwork in stained glass.
WENATCHEE — It’s another fresh opportunity to welcome a new month by spending time in downtown Wenatchee for the “First Fridays” art walk when galleries host receptions for exhibits by featured artists. Stores and restaurants also offer specials and discounts to draw more people to the histo…
WENATCHEE — “Cheers to 75 Years” is the theme for this year’s local variety show fundraiser by the Wenatchee Valley Follies Guild and Children’s Foundation.
CASHMERE — Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy and Marmee can be found on stage as characters in “Little Women — the Broadway Musical,” based on the classic story by Louisa May Alcott. The Cashmere High School drama department will present the story of the four March sisters with a musical score.
WENATCHEE — Setting the world record for the “Human Chair Stack” on FOX’s “Guinness World Records Primetime” television show in 1999, The Peking Acrobats achieved notoriety by balancing six people precariously atop six chairs, 21 feet in the air, without safety lines, with bravery and dexterity.
WENATCHEE — A stage and booths of art, food, crafts, clothes, pictures and more will be set up to showcase local culture and heritage at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Culture Center (WVMCC), 127 S. Mission St., Wenatchee, on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
CHELAN — A $10 button is worth a lot of value at Lake Chelan Winterfest, this 2023. Button offers are valid Jan. 13-22 for admission to select events and at participating restaurants, wineries, and shopping businesses that offer discounts.
WENATCHEE — A classroom in the Music and Arts building at Wenatchee Valley College is filled with 35 desktop computers for graphic design students. The two-year program has been led by adjunct teacher David Hampton for 12 years, and in that time the department has grown from just three class…
“First Fridays” art walks in downtown Wenatchee began as a grassroots effort to bring people who like art together for openings, early each month. Under the support of Wenatchee Downtown Association, along with North Central Washington Arts Alliance (NCW Arts), organizers have continued to a…
1. “When Women Were Dragons,” by Kelly Barnhill. (Doubleday, $28.)
WENATCHEE — The organization Write on the River has a new and returning board president in Lorna Rose-Hahn of Wenatchee. Her plans for the organization include building the board up from five people, transitioning to more in-person or hybrid events, increasing community partnerships and impr…
WENATCHEE — The Apple Blossom Musical for 2023 has been announced and it is “Shrek the Musical,” based on the 2001 film by DreamWorks Animation, and other elements of “Shrek” movie sequels. It opened with success on Broadway in 2008 after a trial run in Seattle.
WENATCHEE — When not working as an architect, Brad Brisbine likes to backpack in the Cascades to take photographs and find natural vistas to paint on canvas. He has created 475 paintings over time and sold two, so far. He said some of his paintings have been donated as “a way to get work out…
WENATCHEE — The second weekend of performances for a musical based on the true story of a peaceful night on a World War I battlefield has been postponed to January 27-29.
WENATCHEE — If you tune the radio to KPQ at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday there will be a live broadcast of “The Old Time Radio Show,” which will simultaneously be performed live on the Numerica Performing Arts Center stage.
WENATCHEE – For the eighth year performing “The Nutcracker” together, the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra and the Fabulous Feet Academy of Ballet will bring a full production of Tchaikovsky’s score with a costumed ballet to Numerica Center for Performing Arts. Performances are at 2 p.m. …
WENATCHEE – After exhibiting 50 shows, Collapse Contemporary Art Gallery is closing with one final show this month. It will feature the collage work of gallery owner Chad Yenney in a collection titled, “Say it ain’t so.”
WENATCHEE — The Two Rivers Art Gallery building will be closed to the public in January while walls are being repainted, new blinds installed, and 14-year-old carpet replaced. February will be the 14th anniversary for Wenatchee’s artist-run art gallery.
WENATCHEE — Christmas-y variety show “Holiday Spice” features local volunteer talent performing a festive review of music and dance numbers on stage at Numerica Performing Arts Center (PAC), 123 N. Wenatchee Ave. Performances begin at 7 p.m. this Thursday and Friday, with tickets for $27-$33.
LEAVENWORTH — A classic Christmas ballet, an operatic fairy tale and two winter-sport movies will show at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts this weekend.
WENATCHEE — Four artists have represented bleak yet beautiful scenes in the exhibit “Uncertain Nature: The Sublime in the Contemporary Landscape” at MAC Gallery.
TWISP — To appreciate the world around us, artists prompt us to take a fresh view. More than 40 local, regional and national artists are featured in the new exhibit “Perspectives” at The Confluence, this month through Jan. 7. The opening reception is at 5-7 p.m. on Saturday at 104 S. Glover …
WENATCHEE — If painters can jam like musicians, there’s a duet to be enjoyed at Collapse Contemporary Art Gallery this month, featuring two artists who both play with oil paints and cold wax medium.
WENATCHEE — On the day before Washington state shut down for the pandemic in March 2020, bronze artist James “Jim” Moore had just gotten the occupancy certificate for an art studio he built on a one-third-acre of land in Wenatchee.
LEAVENWORTH — Two acclaimed pianists will perform a concert at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts as part of the Visiting Artist Series at 2 p.m. Sunday. Madeline Hildebrand and Oksana Ejokina both perform nationally and internationally as guest recitalists with symphony orchestras and chamber…
WENATCHEE — Marine Corps veteran Guy Miner’s nature photography is spotlighted this month at an exhibit at Pybus Art Alley, 3 N. Worthen St., Wenatchee. “Butterflies to Bears, Northwest Wildlife” is the title of Miner’s exhibit.
WENATCHEE — Who lives in a pineapple under the sea on the Wenatchee High School stage? It’s “The SpongeBob Musical,” a 12-time Tony Award-nominated Broadway musical based on the TV cartoon series. This local production, which opens Thursday, is the 18th biennial district musical in which eve…
TWISP — For people who like the shorter length of a television episode compared to a feature film, three live dramas are set to compete for your attention on stage at The Merc Playhouse, 101 S. Glover St.
WENATCHEE — On the first Friday of each month, downtown businesses host receptions with artists present for new art gallery openings. Local shops also offer discounts, with details and a map available online at wendowntown.org.
WENATCHEE — A total of 958 area school children will get a golden ticket opportunity to see matinee shows of “Willy Wonka Jr.” by Stage Kids this week. This musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's fantastical tale features memorable songs from the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder, with more origina…
Writer, speaker and educator Diane Wilson is the featured guest for NCW Libraries' next Virtual Reads planned for 7 p.m. Thursday. Register at ncwlibraries.org/ncwreads to take part in the virtual event.
The Robert Graves Gallery at Wenatchee Valley College is selling its entire collection of fine art due in advance of the closure of Sexton Hall for renovations. A sale was held Saturday. The donated money from the sale goes to raise money for a college arts scholarship fund.
LEAVENWORTH — Dozens of award-winning independent documentary films that feature the natural world will be screened at the three-day Summit to Sea Fest at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, 7409 Icicle Road. It begins Friday.
WENATCHEE — The Robert Graves Gallery is selling its entire collection of fine art from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to raise money for a Wenatchee Valley College arts scholarship fund.
CASHMERE — The Cashmere High School drama department has set its fall play, “Twelve Angry Jurors,” in the present day with modern costumes and themes that address current issues of justice.
Cast members of Cashmere High School's production of "Twelve Angry Jurors" include (in alphabetical order) Jayden Anderson, Spencer Boyd, Savannah Caruso, Chandler Clark, Titus Corbaley, Rilen Desy, Lily Erdmann, Max Hart, Lilia Gebers, Teddy Fox, Trip Martin, Kalli Miller, Ali Moran, Gabby …