One of the extraordinary aspects of the redevelopment of Kiwanis Methow Park is the high level of public engagement that has been part of the effort at every step of the way. That’s a tribute to both the city of Wenatchee and the lead partner in this project, The Trust for Public Land.
July’s First Friday ArtWalk celebrates the deep roots and new starts of the summer growing season. Take a look at the early works of the region’s top artists and Wenatchee’s Apple Blossom Festival origins and get an introduction to new uses for antique fabrics, heirloom wearable art and see …
WENATCHEE — North Central Regional Library (NCRL) is now offering family passes to the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. Passes are available for a two-week check-out period from the Wenatchee and East Wenatchee public libraries.
By Marissa Collins Numerica Performing Arts Center
On June 5, the Numerica Performing Arts Center announced the winners of the first annual Apple Awards, a ceremony to honor the achievements of local, participating high school students and programs that have demonstrated excellence or innovation in theater, sponsored by Davis Arneil Law Firm.
Explore the natural world and beyond during this month’s art walk. Catch a glimpse of Moses Coulee in a plein air art show at The Nature Conservancy or browse conservation-inspired apparel by Butte Brands at Tumbleweed. Pet lovers of all ages are in for a treat at the Joyful Scholars Montess…
By Marissa Collins
Numerica Performing Arts Center.
WENATCHEE — On June 5 at 7 p.m., the Numerica Performing Arts Center will host the first Apple Awards, an annual ceremony to honor the achievements of local, participating individuals and programs that have demonstrated excellence or innovation in theater.
Award-winning author Molly Hashimoto will offer a fun, hands-on art session from 1 to 3 p.m. May 17 in Wenatchee River Institute’s River Haus as a part of the Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest. In this class, you will learn about some of the techniques she shares in her new book, including block …
Music teacher Matt Brown of the Manson School District has built a highly effective and creative program by building a relationship with each student and helping them grow as musicians and human beings in a positive, supportive and challenging environment.
Puppeteer Aurora Valentinetti, who taught children's theatre and puppetry at the University of Washington, now lives in Wenatchee. She holds Melody, the first puppet she made. Aurora says her puppets have different personalities.