The Discovery Center at Rocky Reach Dam has amazed and amused our Wenatchee Valley neighbors, and visitors from around the globe, since the 1960s. Hard to believe, but very little has changed there since it opened — when gas cost 30 cents a gallon and phones hung on the wall.
North Central Regional Library is presenting three programs in July designed especially for the grown ups — including a story-hour performance based on vintage American literature, an evening with a National Geographic adventurer and a musical presentation featuring the West African kora, a …
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 …
By Melissa Campbell Write on the River events volunteer
Feeling lost in the crowd? Not sure how to make your book visible to online and social media searches? Want to explore a wide range of publishing options and get tips and tricks for keeping your book in view?
By Cindy Jackson Wenatchee River Bluegrass Festival
Kick-start your bluegrass summer with the 17th-annual Wenatchee River Bluegrass Festival, June 14-16, featuring superstar bluegrass bands. The festival will take place at the Chelan County Expo Center, 5700 Wescott Ave., Cashmere.
By Marissa Collins Numerica Performing Arts Center
Full Circle Theatre Company and Numerica Performing Arts Center have partnered to present the first Twilight Theatre production, “The Tempest.” The William Shakespeare play will be performed by a local cast in the Numerica PAC courtyard on July 11-13 and 18-20 starting at 7:30 p.m.
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…
Aunts Spiker, left, and Sponge, played by Alirie Christensen and Kierstin Peart, perform during Stage Kids opening night of “James and the Giant Peach” Wednesday at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. Performances continue through Sunday. TOP: James, played by Celia Kiesz, reacts as the gia…
Join community and friends June 19 in the Wenatchee River Institute’s Red Barn for author and movement teacher Frank Forencich’s presentation and slideshow New Old Way: Reflections on the health-habitat connection.
Ohme Gardens is celebrating its 90th year with a rockin’ performance by the Seattle band The Dusty 45s. Taking place on June 14, attendees will be able to listen to a soulful performance while enjoying the breathtaking views and gorgeous landscape of the nine-acre garden. Overlooking the Col…
Summer is (almost) here. Soon those of us without foresight will be jockeying for campground space and scouring Airbnb leftovers while belatedly plotting our summer jaunts. But fear not, procrastinators. There are plenty of in-town entertainment options and short-drive festivals still on the…
By Ashley Sinner
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center will join museums nationwide in participating in the 10th summer of Blue Star Museums, a program which provides free general admission to our nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families this summer.
By Lacey Lybecker and Mike Steele
Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce.
To celebrate Lake Chelan’s 10-year anniversary of its official designation as an American Viticulture Area (AVA), the Lake Chelan Wine Valley and members of the Lake Chelan community will join forces to host Vintage Lake Chelan, the first multi-day event of its kind, June 7-8.