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Leavenworth Village Voices Photo by Heidi Swoboda
The Leavenworth Village Voices community choir can’t wait to share the magic of the Christmas season with you this year! After a triumphant return to performing in 2021 after the COVID-19 pause, the Leavenworth Village Voices is welcoming in the 2022 Christmas season with several new members and a...

Photo by Hank Lubean GladSong choir performing at Ukrainian refugee fundraiser at Grace Lutheran Church, May 22.
WENATCHEE - The community inspirational choir GladSong has helped seven charities raise almost $39,000 with 10 concerts since May and wraps its second season with one more benefit performance on December. 4. That public concert is 6:30 p.m. at Wenatchee’s First Assembly of God Church. Free...
COLUMBIA FALLS, ME — Wreaths Across America Radio is a full-time internet radio station that broadcasts a variety of music, news, and stories regarding American veterans, their families, and the ongoing community work of Wreaths Across America and its local volunteers. Today, Wreaths Across America...

Photo by Michael Thresher
Join us Saturday, November 12 at 7 p.m. at Numerica Performing Arts Center for a symphonic tribute to our veterans - past and present. Concert II, Songs of our Nation will feature: John Williams - Film Music from Lincoln and Saving Private Ryan Aaron Copland - A Lincoln Portrait Barber -...

Submitted photo of the group Wayne Evans, Curtis Moore and Ian Jones
Join us for an intimate music experience featuring three amazing singer/songwriter/storyteller solo performances on Saturday Nov. 12 at Riverside Playhouse in Wenatchee. Tickets are $15 and are available through numericapac.showare.com or by calling 509-663-ARTS. Steve Clem of Avalon Music and...

Cascade High School Actors Guild is performing, “The Butler Did It”. Attached is a photo of our cast. From left to right we have: Oliver Jeffries, Bohdy Hagadorn, Breanna Loomis, Lauren Haiduc, Danielle Totman, and Coal Fiano. Submitted Photo
The Butler Did It, a classic whodunit where you lose track of what’s real and what’s make-believe. Showing Nov. 10, 11, and 12 in the Cascade High School Commons. The Scene is the set where Anthony J. Lefcourt,  writer and director, is rehearsing his new play, a “classic whodunit”. Desperate to...
Join us Saturday November 12 at 7 p.m. at Numercia Performing Arts Center for a symphonic tribute to our veterans - past and present. Concert II, Songs of our Nation will feature: John Williams - Film Music from Lincoln and Saving Private Ryan Aaron Copland - A Lincoln Portrait Barber -...
Autumn Leaf Parade Road Closures & Detour Route The detour is open to passenger vehicles only; semi-trucks and oversized vehicles are strictly prohibited.   Westbound Highway 2 will be closed just west of Chumstick Highway from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM. You may detour through town via...

Roger Amerman of the Choctaw Nation presented a series of historical photographs that show the significance of the Native American long tent as the center of tribal community. In this photo, Amerman is discussing the East-West orientation of the long tent to a classroom from Roots Community School from Chelan. It was one of several learning stations students visited during the 30thannual Wenatchee River Salmon Festival Sept. 15-16. By Rachel Hansen Senior Communications Strategist, CC PUD
“The celebration of the return of the salmon at the 30th Anniversary of the Wenatchee River Salmon Festival was a special event to remember forever! It’s all about connecting kids with nature”, said Festival Coordinators Corky Broaddus, Betsy McIndoe, and Chelan PUD’s Kristin Lodge. More than 1,600...
You can enjoy toe-tapping tunes and joyful jazz when Cascade Medical Foundation hosts Jive Time in the Cascades on Saturday, October 1, beginning at 6:30 pm in the Snowy Owl Theater. Presented in partnership with the Icicle Center for the Arts, this new event will feature the Wenatchee Big Band (...

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