WENATCHEE — Lemolo Cafe & Deli hosts live music by Corban Welter, songwriter and recent graduate of Berklee College of Music, on First Friday from 6-8 p.m. at 114 N. Wenatchee Ave. Welter also performs weekly in Leavenworth this summer. Go to corbanwelter.com for details.

LEAVENWORTH — Twelve transformative concerts are to be presented by the Icicle Creek Chamber Music Festival on the weekends from July 1-23. This year's festival is dedicated to the legacy of Icicle Fund's founder, philanthropist Harriet Bullitt.

There’s a splash-zone for the fake blood squib effects in Speakeasy Theatre’s production of “Killer Joe” at Riverside Playhouse. There are four performances Thursday to Sunday at 7:30 p.m.; tickets cost $25 and can be purchased at numericapac.org.

SOAP LAKE — The curtain goes up Friday on a classic thriller rebooted to a comedy at the Masquers Theater, 322 Main Ave. E. in Soap Lake. Performances of “The 39 Steps” will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday for three consecutive weekends.

Wear a Hawaiian shirt for Pybus Public Market’s Aloha Fridays. Pybus seeks to promote values of kindness, acceptance and togetherness in the island spirit. There's a free hula dance performance by the local Hula Napuanani O’Opalipali group on the second Friday of every month, from 3 to 4 p.m. 

WENATCHEE — The works of artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo are currently on display at the MAC Gallery on the Wenatchee Valley College campus. The Seattle duo are among the highest-profile artists ever to have their work shown in the gallery, according to Scott Bailey, WVC art department …

ELLENSBURG — The work of Tara McBride, a 2018 Wenatchee High School grad, will be on display during a Senior Art Exhibition on the Central Washington University campus.

QUINCY — The Valley Visions Juried Art Exposition is calling for artists young and old to submit entries. The expo takes place May 20-22 at the Heritage Barn of the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum in Quincy.

MOSES LAKE — As supporters of Ukraine crowdfund to raise money to help the over 3 million refugees fleeing invading Russian troops, it’s good to remember this isn’t the first time Americans have been asked to help victims of war abroad.

WENATCHEE — Mural artists are being sought by the Wenatchee Downtown Association’s Design Committee for a mural-painting project downtown.


Jeremy Ocampo, of Wenatchee, applies the final touches to his clay house during a workshop at Wenatchee River Institute in Leavenworth on Saturday. Over a dozen participants will have their clay sculptures fired in artist Martha Flores' kiln before the sculptures are painted at this Saturday's class.

WENATCHEE — The 43rd annual Regional High School Art Show opened at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center on Friday. The Regional High School Art Show showcases pieces submitted by students from 14 North Central Washington schools, with the “Best in Show” selections advancing to …

First Friday is again gaining steam in Wenatchee, focusing of the regional art scene with downtown retailers, restaurants and wineries along for the ride. The boosted re-launch starts Friday.

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley College Art Director Scott Bailey is used to showing off the artwork of his students. Starting Friday, an exhibit of Bailey’s own unique artwork will be on display at the MAC Galley on the WVC campus.

WENATCHEE — The latest show at Collapse Gallery featuring the early works of Jan Cook Mack and her father, Roland Cook, wraps up its month-long run after Saturday.