This week: Prepare for fall with an early morning bird walk and the classic and not-so-classic music from a couple of trios. Don’t give up on summer too soon, though. Take advantage of one more movie under the stars opportunity and a benefit concert for dogs.
Photographs worth a thousand words combine with the power of ink — and paint — on paper to create a spectacular September First Friday ArtWalk in downtown Wenatchee that will keep viewers on the move at a pace in tune with the busy end of the summer season.
Have you ever stepped over an animal track, noticed a pile of scat or scratches on a tree and wondered, who made it? Learn about the fundamentals of wildlife tracking by joining Wenatchee River Institute (WRI) and professional wildlife tracker and educator Marcus Reynerson of Duvall’s Wilder…
The NCW Quilt & Fiber Arts Festival is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee. The $7 admission is good for both days and it might take that long to see the 494 quilts on display and check out the classes, demonstrations, merchant mall and artisan market.
This week: Benefit concerts and events galore this week provide an opportunity to help others and have some fun while you’re at it. Or volunteer to help out in the haunted house or check out the latest outdoor music venue. Summer’s not over yet, but football season is on the horizon.
By Karyl Hubbard Okanogan County Artists Association
Sixteen artists from Washington, Idaho and Montana have been invited to display their art in mediums from wood carving and metal work to oil, watercolor and multi-media paintings this week at the 39th Annual Western and Native Art Show in Omak.
This week: The summer adventures continue, with something for everyone, from Shakespeare’s most farcical comedy to drag queens and youth rodeo. Meet an author, audition for a play, sign up for a cartoon class and go on a gnome treasure hunt.
This week: So many things to do, so many places to be … from the rodeo to the punk rock party and a host of summer concerts, plus opportunities to share adventures and figure out how to put them on paper.
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.