NCW — Broadcaster and historian Feliks Banel explores Washington state’s darkest weather days and most infamous storms in “Storm Warning: Historic Weather in the Evergreen State” next month at several local libraries.
WENATCHEE — The annual Write on the River Writers Competition is back, inviting submissions of 1,000-word pieces of fiction or nonfiction, short form or excerpts from longer work, on any theme or topic from writers from the eastern part of the state.
WENATCHEE — Rev. Dallas Stringer will be signing copies of his new book “Isn’t That the Man Who?” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 23 at Encouraging Words, 529 S. Wenatchee Ave. The book talks about overcoming labels.
CASHMERE — The Chelan County Fair is looking for a theme for the 2020 fair, reaching out to its Facebook followers for ideas. The deadline is Thursday. The winner will be announced Friday and receive a family pass and two carnival wristbands. Send ideas via Facebook or call the fair office a…
This week: Regenerate your creativity and caring spirit — sign up for an art class or two, share your prose, check out a documentary or go have a great time listening to some fun music and take in a little culture, just because you can.
Day of the Dead is part of the fun at this month’s First Friday ArtWalk, with artists giving away paper flowers for Link’s Art On the Move Exhibit and the museum offering related crafts and cultural connections. Other venues are hosting acclaimed artists of the past, present and future.
This week: Halloween has arrived! Finally. Here are a couple more ideas for the big night with opportunities for good deeds, and then get ready to work off all that trick-or-treat bounty or imbibing with music, drama, discussion and a field trip.
WENATCHEE — For 35 years, Ruth Allan’s art installation “Brush Works” hung in the Wenatchee Convention Center. But for the last four, it’s sat disassembled in a storage room at Wenatchee Valley College.
WENATCHEE — The Scintilla Project, coming Nov. 1 and 2, is providing a showcase for the work of 10 local artists while giving everyone else a chance to bring home an original work of art and support the mission and program of Wenatchee Valley College’s MAC Gallery.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley College Visiting Writers Series continues at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 in The Grove Recital Hall, WVC Music and Art Center (MAC). Readers will include Washington State Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna, WVC faculty Derek Sheffield and a selection of WVC students.
This week: It’s time to explore new worlds and revisit some old ones. Hunt for scarecrows, stomp grapes, experience opera, see a new museum exhibit and listen to Frank Sinatra — or a guy who sounds just like him.
This week: East Wenatchee, Chelan, Leavenworth and Cashmere are celebrating historic airplane flights, classic cars, boats, beer and apples this weekend, which means plenty of fun for the entire family.
The other-worldly crossover possibilities that bubble to the surface in October are reflected in the offerings for this month’s Wenatchee ArtWalk as artists delve into new territory, testing the bounds of earthly existence.
One of the greatest challenges for a nonprofit is to deliver its mission while at the same time having the financial discipline to be sustainable for the long term. This is particularly challenging balance for nonprofit arts organizations.
This week: Time to start thinking bigger — not just salmon, but whales; not just art, but murals; and not just deer, but deer and beer. Fingers crossed that the sun will return in time for a couple more outdoor, toe-tapping, head-bopping experiences.
Twisp artists Perri Howard of Velocity Made Good and Mary Kiesau of Mountain Kind Natural History & Photography are offering a series of four nature journaling classes that combine educational excursions outdoors with indoor nature drawing lessons.
By Jessica Stoller Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce
The Bavarian Village of Leavenworth is speaking its own language with the unveiling of a new tongue-in-cheek dictionary called “Der Wördbook,” along with the chance for lucky wordsmiths to win a free vacation package by submitting their own “DerWörds.”