Leavenworth

Deborah Cuyle “The 1910 Wellington Disaster”: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Leavenworth Library

Meet author Deborah Cuyle and learn the stories behind the Wellington Railroad Disaster during this presentation. Cuyle is co-author of “The 1910 Wellington Disaster” chronicling the deadly avalanche that killed almost 100 people stranded in The Seattle Express train stalled on Stevens Pass in March 1910. The “Images of America” book was released in February and includes 129 pages of stories and photos from the incident. The presentation is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 548-7923 or visit ncrl.org.

Leavenworth

Reel Rock 13: 7 p.m. Friday at Snowy Owl Theater at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts 

Watch the year’s best climbing films when the Reel Rock tour stops in Leavenworth. The touring film festival showcases films that capture the action and adventure of rock climbing. This year’s lineup includes “Age of Ondra,” “Up to Speed,” “Queen Maud Land” and “Valley of the Moon.” Advance tickets cost $15 or $7 for students 18 and under. At the door, ticket prices increase to $17 or $9 for students. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 548-6347 or visit icicle.org.

Wenatchee

Columbia Chorale “Songs from the British Isles”: 7:30 p.m. Friday at Grace Lutheran Church

Explore an array of folk tunes, madrigals, stage pieces and classical works created by English, Irish and Scottish composers during this special Apple Blossom concert. The program will feature compositions from the Renaissance to modern day performed by more than 75 local singers. The chorale’s director is Dr. Mike Hibbert. Accompaniment is provided by Ron Lodge. Tickets are available at the door and cost $20 or $10 for students. For more information, call 663-2787 or visit numericapac.org or wenatcheecolumbiachorale.com.

Cashmere

North Country: 7 p.m. Saturday at Cashmere Riverside Center

Enjoy one of the Pacific Northwest’s premiere bluegrass acts performing as part of the Cashmere Community Concerts Series. North Country consists of Kent Powell on bass and vocals; Will McSeveny on banjo; Norm Olsen on guitar and vocals; Zach Top on mandolin, guitar and vocals; and Michael Kilby on dobro. The band placed sixth overall in the 2015 international bluegrass band championships held by the Society for Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America in Nashville. Admission to the show is $3 per person with a $8-$11 suggested hat pass donation for the musicians. The show is alcohol-free with refreshments provided. For more information, call 421-0494 or visit cashmerecoffeehouse.com.

Entiat

Snowgrass Winery 10th Anniversary: Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at Snowgrass Winery

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Snowgrass Winery with live music, wine tasting and special pricing on new releases and old favorites. A special, limited-edition red blend called Decade will be released during the event. Decade will be available only at the winery. Guests can sample from the winery’s lineup including Entiat River Rosé, Roaring Creek Red, Rapscallion Mourvèdre, Southdown Sangiovese, Silver Falls Syrah, Menagerie Merlot and Entiatqua Cabernet-Merlot. Hors d’oeuvres will be served during the event. Live music will be provided by Seattle folk musicians the Solje Sisters. Admission is $5. Wines will be available at a 20-percent discount during the event, with an additional 10-percent off case sales. For more information, call 784-5101 or visit snowgrasswines.com.

Wenatchee

Wenatchee Community Concerts presents The Malpass Brothers: 2 p.m. Sunday at Wenatchee High School

Experience authentic country with sibling duo The Malpass Brothers as part of the Wenatchee Community Concert series. Christopher and Taylor Malpass write original modern country music with a focus on paying homage to the history and culture of country music. The brothers have shared a stage with country greats like Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Willie Nelson, Doyle Lawson, Rhonda Vincent, Marty Stuart and Doc Watson. Tickets cost $25 or $10 for students. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 670-8668 or visit wenatcheeconcerts.org.