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People of Our Past

February 27, 2016    6-9 p.m.

Get to know five real people whose lives contributed to the character of the Wenatchee Valley. Actors portray the characters, sharing short monologues and then answering questions from the audience. This year’s characters are pilot Clyde Pangborn, architect Ludwig Solberg, trapper Gordon Stuart, Shacktown resident Susie Vickrey and pioneer farmwoman Ida Burts. The daytime shows are by donation. The evening show includes wine, dinner and live music; cost is $35, or $30 for museum members.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



People of Our Past

February 27, 2016    2-4 p.m.

Get to know five real people whose lives contributed to the character of the Wenatchee Valley. Actors portray the characters, sharing short monologues and then answering questions from the audience. This year’s characters are pilot Clyde Pangborn, architect Ludwig Solberg, trapper Gordon Stuart, Shacktown resident Susie Vickrey and pioneer farmwoman Ida Burts. The daytime shows are by donation. The evening show includes wine, dinner and live music; cost is $35, or $30 for museum members.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



People of Our Past

February 27, 2016    10 a.m. to noon

Get to know five real people whose lives contributed to the character of the Wenatchee Valley. Actors portray the characters, sharing short monologues and then answering questions from the audience. This year’s characters are pilot Clyde Pangborn, architect Ludwig Solberg, trapper Gordon Stuart, Shacktown resident Susie Vickrey and pioneer farmwoman Ida Burts. The daytime shows are by donation. The evening show includes wine, dinner and live music; cost is $35, or $30 for museum members.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Wenatchee Valley Symphony Presents "Ode to Joy"

February 27, 2016    7:00 pm

The Columbia Chorale, led by conductor Dr. Mike Hibbett, will join the Symphony for this audience-favorite collaboration. Selections will include Brahms’ Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
Location: Numerica Performing Arts Center
Address: 123 S. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801



Wenatchee Valley Symphony Presents "Ode to Joy"

February 28, 2016    4:00 pm

The Columbia Chorale, led by conductor Dr. Mike Hibbett, will join the Symphony for this audience-favorite collaboration. Selections will include Brahms’ Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny) and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.
Location: Numerica Performing Arts Center
Address: 123 S. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801



First Friday at Wenatchee Valley Museum

March 04, 2016    5-8 p.m.

Join us for the opening reception of the annual Regional High School Art Show, featuring outstanding works of art in many media from students in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties. The pieces are judged and prizes awarded, with winning works going on display at our state capitol. You’re also welcome to vote for the People’s Choice award! Refreshments will be served from 5 to 8 p.m. Admission is free all day.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Cave B Black Tie Gala

March 05, 2016    6pm to 11pm

Cave B Black Tie Gala An Unforgettable Evening Awaits You! Saturday March 5th, 2016 from 6 PM to 11 PM In honor of the 15th Anniversary of Cave B Estate Winery we will transform our fantastic new winery production building into a Magical Ballroom with Twinkling Lights, a Large Dance Floor, and the Live Big Band Sounds of old favorites performed by Half-Pack Live filling the air. The evening opens at 6 PM with a Champagne reception together with Italian inspired hors d’oeuvres including a fresh shucked oyster bar. This is followed by a four course dinner at 7 PM with carefully selected Cave B wines to pair with each beautifully executed plate prepared by Chef Tyler Krost. *Dietary restrictions please inquire with specifics. Live music throughout the evening and live entertainment. We are delighted to have the opportunity to have such an extraordinary event to share with our wonderful Cave B Wine Club Members and Friends. Seating is limited so we recommend you reserve your tickets early. Tickets for the evening for Cave B Wine Cub Members are $115 per person and tickets for non-wine club members are $140 per person. You can reserve your tickets online or call or email the Cave B Quincy Tasting Room at (509) 785-3500 ext. 0 or wineclub@caveb.com to make your reservation. Make it a Night with Friends – full and half table reservations are available, 10 guests per table. Special Full Table Discount: Purchase an entire table of ten and save the equivalent of one ticket! Each table will select a Wine Captain to host the table for the evening- if you’d like to volunteer for yours – let us know! Thinking about extending the evening? Cave B Resort has blocked off rooms and set a special price exclusively for Cave B Black Tie Gala Guests for March 5, 2016. Access via CALL IN reservations only. Call the Cave B Resort Reservation line at 509.787.8000 and mention Promo Code: GALA. Room reservation does not include the Black Tie Gala ticket price. Rooms are limited. Yurt availability still to be determined based on weather expectations in March. The Black Tie Gala is a formal affair – a terrific excuse to break out your gown and tux and trip the night fantastic! Don’t own a tux? Give us a call we have tux shop suggestions/ promotions you can to take advantage of. Still having reservations about wearing a tux but have the perfect fitting dark suit to compliment your partner’s gown? That works, please come and enjoy! We are looking forward to seeing you in Quincy, WA in March!
Location: Cave B Estate Winery
Address: 348 Silica Rd NW, Quincy, WA 98848



Film: "The Messenger"

March 15, 2016    7-8:30 p.m.

“The Messenger” is a visually thrilling ode to the beauty and importance of the imperiled songbird, and what it would mean to all of us on both a global and human level if we lose them. Humans once believed that birds could carry messages; their presence was meaningful. Birds have helped predict the change of seasons, the coming of storms, and the rise of toxins in the food chain. Once again they have something to tell us, and the message is not a comfortable one. The program is free but donations of $5 are suggested. Cosponsor NCW Audubon Society.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



"Early Schools and Churches of Peshastin-Dryden"--

March 17, 2016    7:00 pm

Speaker Fred Pflugraph will speak on when and where the early schools and churches were in the valley and how they became part of Cascade School District. Admission by Donations
Location: Upper Valley Museum sunroom
Address: 347 Division St., Leavenworth, WA 98826



Family Pipe Organ Program

March 19, 2016    1-2:30 p.m.

Brad Miller will play the museum's beloved Liberty Theater Pipe Organ (and the piano!) with a fun program for all ages. He'll accompany several short silent films, play a variety of music, and lead sing-alongs. There'll be "name that tune" contests for kids, moms, dads, grandparents and folks of all ages! Regular museum admission.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S. Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



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