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July art

This Friday, many of the venues that usually stay open late for our First Friday Art Walk have decided instead to close at their usual business hours, since it's the start of a long holiday weekend. There are a couple of exceptions, however. Two Rivers Gallery is hosting a reception for their featured artists and there will be an author signing his books at the Wenatchee Book Company. And just because the art walk is small, that doesn't mean there are not a number of places to enjoy the work ...
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The Planner

Your arts and entertainment calendar for NCW
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Theater Under the Stars is for the family

CHELAN — Brothers, fathers, boyfriends. They've all been dragged by their female counterparts to theaters to see one of the "Twilight" movies. Upon walking out, most say they wasted two hours of their life.
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Music students receive scholarships

Two graduating seniors were chosen for the Elma Curry Memorial Senior Scholarship by the Okanogan County Music Teachers Association (OKMTA). The Scholarship was established in 1998 and is awarded to students demonstrating excellent musical participation in the chapter’s activities and in their communities.

Mission Creek Players bring ‘Osage County’ to PAC stage

Tickets are now available for Mission Creek Players’ upcoming production of “August: Osage County.” The Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning drama, written by Tracy Letts, tells the story of the dysfunctional Weston family of Oklahoma. It contains strong adult language and content and is for “mature audiences only,” according to the theater troupe. The show opens Sept. 22 at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $20 and are available at numericapac.org or 663-2787. The cast includes: