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.
LEAVENWORTH — River Ramble, an exploration of Native American culture and tradition, invites all ages to join in on games, skills and traditional dancing and drumming Saturday at its new location in Leavenworth at this year’s Wenatchee River Salmon Festival encampment.
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.
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.
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.