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Cashmere High’s ‘Curious Savage’ to open tonight

The Cashmere High School Drama Department production of “The Curious Savage” opens tonight at the Cashmere Middle School Auditorium. The show, a comedy by John Patrick, has three performances this week, Thursday through Saturday, starting at 7 p.m.

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Events in NCW this fall and winter

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Events in NCW in September and October

October First Friday brings dinos, fiber arts and more to the valley

With summer officially done and over with, October brings a new collection of art and artists for First Friday. The evening, put together by Wenatchee First Fridays, runs from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, and features multiple venues, including galleries, storefronts, cafes and others. A few locations have slightly modified times. Here’s the list of venues:

Speaker series tackles politics and religion

A series of speakers presented by Humanities Washington and hosted by North Central Regional Libraries will be in town this week, presenting on topics ranging from politics to religion to literature. 

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Events in NCW this October and November
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Fall festival and fair round-up

Fall is festival season in North Central Washington. We’ve compiled all the fairs and festivals coming up in the next two weeks for you and yours to enjoy while the air is crisp and the apples are ripe. 
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Events in NCW through September and October
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Wool Work For Wine’ event unites sheep, artists and wine

The sound of animals serves as a backdrop to all events at Snowgrass Winery in Entiat. Ducks fluttering and quacking in the pond, curious goats sticking their noses through the fence, the quiet murmur of hens roaming the backyard and, of course, the sheep.

Sip & Stroll unites businesses and booze this weekend

The Historic Downtown Chelan Association (HDCA) will hold their Fourth Annual Sip & Stroll event Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. in downtown Chelan. All proceeds will be used to purchase holiday lighting for downtown.

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Events in NCW in September and October