A previous version of this story incorrectly labeled last week's event name as Moving into the Future, the name of an upcoming panel on June 24. The panel referenced in this story is named Reimagining the Arts.

An easy-to-read, contemporary history book on Wenatchee for all, that’s something Chris Rader never found in her 15 years of local historical research. Rader decided to fill this gap by writing her own book, “Place of Plenty: A History of Wenatchee, in English and Spanish.”

Those looking to get a head start on their Mother’s Day presents can take home a virtual earring workshop hosted by the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center come Saturday.

“There’s no music scene out there,” said Conner Faulkner, talking by phone from Los Angeles about his hometown of Wenatchee. That’s why the 25-year-old artist, known professionally as “Dyve,” moved to L.A. to follow his career goals.

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center closed to the public on Nov. 17, but its retail spaces are now open by appointment. These appointment-based spaces include the gift shop and the 90th Anniversary Women Painters of Washington art gallery, according to a museum news…