Community Bulletin for Jan. 10

Empty Bowls Festival Glazing Days
Come glaze a bowl and raise money to feed our community’s hungry at the Empty Bowls Festival Glazing Days.  Glazing Days begin Friday, Jan. 19 from noon to 8 p.m. at the Woodpecker Room at the Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort. Glazing continues, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, Sunday, Jan. 21, Monday, Jan. 22 and Tuesday, Jan. 23. Jan. 20 and 21 are family painting days. All ages are welcome on those days, including families with children ages 13 and under. This is also your chance to buy a ticket to the Empty Bowls Soup Supper on March 22. Hurry, tickets sell out fast! All proceeds go to the Community Cupboard food bank and a local art grant benefitting youth in Leavenworth. (e02,03)
One Stick at a Time with Kent Woodruff
U.S. Forest Service biologist, Kent Woodruff shares the amazing discoveries of the Methow Beaver Project and their film “One Stick at a Time: Pursuing Climate Adaptation Solutions for a More Sustainable Future”. Kent will share this film about climate adaptation work that he led with beavers and the attempts of others in Washington to find some solutions to the impacts that continue to become more intense. Wednesday, Jan. 10,­ 7 p.m. at The Barn @ Barn Beach Reserve, 347 Division Street, Leavenworth. (e02)
Regional
Writers’ competition opening
Write On The River announces the opening of its tenth annual writers’ competition. It’s time to ink those pens, fire up those laptops, and get that creativity flowing! Categories are nonfiction (essay, article, or memoir, on any theme or subject) and fiction (short story on any theme or subject), a complete piece of work or start of a longer piece, each with a 1,000-word limit. All submissions must be postmarked by Friday, March 16. First place in each category is $300, second place is $200, and third place is $100. The six winners will be notified by May 1. For complete guidelines, plus an entry form, visit www.writeontheriver.org. (er02,03)
 

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