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Naturalist Trivia with Wenatchee River Institute

Bushel and Bee Taproom in Leavenworth will host an evening of Naturalist Trivia with the Wenatchee River Institute on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 7-9 p.m.

“It’s time to test your nature knowledge with a fun evening of Naturalist Trivia with WRI,” the event page states. “Bring your friends to form a team of up to six people and compete against the WRI Staff team for a chance to win prizes and, of course, bragging rights over other nature nerds in the valley.”

Free to play. Teams can be two to six people. 

For more information visit wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.

Movie Night: Snowmobile Film

Icicle Brewing will host Movie Night: Snowmobile Film on Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 6-8 p.m.

“Get ready for winter with some snowmobile movies on the big screen at Icicle,” the event page states.

For more information visit iciclebrewing.com.

Green Drinks featuring C6 Forest to Farm

Waste Loop will host Green Drinks featuring C6 Forest to Farm on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 5-7 p.m. in the Wenatchee Room at LOGE in Leavenworth.

“Interested in learning more about biochar and networking with eco-minded folks in NCW,” the event page states. “Join us this month for Green Drinks, featuring C6 Forest to Farm. Co-founder Gina McCoy will deliver a TEDx style talk at 6pm – don’t miss it.”

“C6 Forest to Farm has a mission to reduce the risk of extreme wildfire in the Pacific Northwest by advancing forest health,” the event page states. 

For more information visit wasteloop.org.

Cascada De Flores: Theater for the Very Young 

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts will host Cascada De Flores: Theater for the Very Young on Friday, Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

“An award-winning trio of Hispanic musicians and storytellers bring bilingual stage adaptations of Mexican folktales and music to audiences nationwide,” the event page states. “This performance is specifically designed for youth zero to five, but is great for families and kids of all ages.”

Adult tickets are $10 and kids are free.

For more information visit icicle.org/events/.

Numerica Festival of Trees

The Numerica Performing Arts Center will host a five-day Festival of Trees from Nov. 15-19 in Wenatchee.

“There will be several new events such as the Swanky Soiree (Featuring professional dueling pianists!) and Tannenbaum family-friendly auction, along with other much-loved returning events like the Festival of Spirits, Teddy Bear Time, and the Christmas Karaoke Competition,” the event page states.

For more information visit fot.numericapac.org.

 

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