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Winter Wine Gala

January 31, 2015    6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center's Winter Wine Gala is a premier event showcasing the best of our region's food and wine. Twelve of the top wineries and six of the top chefs are invited to participate. The Winter Wine Gala has historically been a sold out event with 250 guests in attendance. This high end event gives guests the opportunity to sample our region's best wine and food, purchase additional wine to take home and listen to some of our area's very talented and fun musicians. This fun and fabulous event serves as the flagship fundraising event of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and is guaranteed to be a wonderful evening. For tickets contact: 509-888-6240
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 S Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Jazznights with the Pros

February 05, 2015    7:30 p.m.

The nonprofit Wenatchee Jazz Workshop brings world-class jazz to the valley with Jazznights, featuring LA6. These six musicians from L.A. and New York spend all week working with high school and middle school band students. Thursday the pros give a concert, and Friday another concert features the students plus pros. The workshop is an affiliate of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Call 663-ARTS for tickets.
Location: Numerica Performing Arts Center
Address: 123 N. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801



Ghost Bears Revisited: Studying Grizzly Bears in Washington’s North Cascades Ecosystem

February 06, 2015    7:00pm

Go behind the scenes with wildlife ecologist Bill Gaines as he discusses recent, exciting developments in the world of grizzly bear conservation. Learn about the history of grizzlies in the Pacific Northwest, revel in tales of climbing, hiking, wading, and rappelling through the iconic landscape of the North Cascades in an attempt to document the presence of this elusive species, and discover how you might get involved! $3 WRI members, $5 non-members.
Location: Wenatchee River Institute at Barn Beach Reserve
Address: 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA 98826



Jazznights with Students and Pros

February 06, 2015    7:30 p.m.

The nonprofit Wenatchee Jazz Workshop brings world-class jazz to the valley with Jazznights, featuring LA6. These six musicians from L.A. and New York spend all week working with high school and middle school band students. Thursday the pros give a concert, and Friday another concert features the students plus pros. The workshop is an affiliate of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Call 663-ARTS for tickets.
Location: Numerica Performing Arts Center
Address: 123 N. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801



Ty Curtis Band

February 07, 2015    8:30

This is a special event - Ty has moved back to his hometown of Salem , Oregon after a two year stent in Austin, Tx. from which he recorded his new record that he will promoting in the northwest.[water under the bridge] We are excited he chose CLUB CROW for one of his stops - the show will start @8:30 p.m. with a $10.00 cover - you can get tickets on our website @clubcrow .net - or phone 509 782-3001 - hoping you can help us get the word out for this fantastic evening of music
Location: CLUB CROW
Address: 108 Cottage Ave., Cashmere, washington 98815



St. Joseph School's 35th Annual Have-A-Heart Auction "Enchantment Under the Sea"

February 07, 2015    5:00pm

Join us for St. Joseph School's 35th Annual Have-A-Heart Auction, February 7, 2015 as we celebrate "Enchantment Under the Sea" at St. Joseph Church's Kuykendall Hall. The silent auction begins at 5:00pm, dinner by Two Chef's Catering is at 6:30pm and the live auction kicks off at 7:00pm. Tickets are $35 per person or buy a table of 10 for $300. Beer, Wine and Liquor will be available for purchase. Guests must be 21 yrs and older. Last years auction raised over $100,000, all proceeds benefiting St. Joseph School. Please call the school at #509-663-2644 to reserve your tickets. We hope to see you!
Location: St. Joseph Church Kuykendall Hall
Address: 625 South Elliott Avenue, Wenatchee, Washington 98801



Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer Snowshoe Series

February 07, 2015    9AM - 1PM

Stomping out breast cancer one snowshoe step at a time! The Romp to Stomp event offers participants a morning of celebration, fun and the opportunity to snowshoe on beautiful trails with free use of Tubbs Snowshoes. Rompers come in all ages, genders, and sizes, from the first time snowshoer to the weekend snowshoe warrior, we all have a race for all of them - 3k and 5k walk, 3k run, and 'Lil Rompers Dash.
Location: Stevens Pass Nordic Center
Address: , Skykomish, Washington 98288



Winter Nature Walk in the White River Area

February 08, 2015    9:00am-4:00pm

Join Wenatchee River Institute and local naturalists Cindy Luksus, Bill Deters and Don Schaechtel for a day of snowshoeing and exploring winter ecology along the White River, one of our area’s most beautiful river corridors. Examine lichens and mosses, identify resident birds, follow animal tracks, identify winter shrubs, and explore changes in the snowpack. The group will meet at WRI and carpool to the White River. $15 WRI members, $20 non-members. Register online at www.WenatcheeRiverInstitute.org.
Location: Wenatchee River Institute at Barn Beach Reserve
Address: 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA 98826



Spencer Canyon Fault: The Origins of the 1872 Earthquake?

February 10, 2015    7:00 to 9:00 PM

Wenatchee Valley Erratics Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will meet at 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 10 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum, 127 South Mission, Wenatchee. It’s our fault! Our February speaker will be Brian Sherrod of the USGS, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, UW. In 2013, Brian presented to the Erratics his studies on prehistoric earthquakes in Central Washington. Included in that discussion was a recently discovered fault in Spencer Canyon near Entiat. Geologists now suspect that fault is most likely associated with one of the strongest earthquakes in recorded state history, magnitude up to 7.5. The origin of the Dec. 14, 1872 quake, that rattled through seven states, has stymied geologists for more than a century. Brian will describe how he located the fault, showing the evidence and photographs of his recent work in the canyon. The program is free & open to the public. For an overview of the Ice Age Floods please see http://hugefloods.com. For more information on the Ice Age Floods Institute, see our website, http://www.iafi.org.
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center
Address: 127 South Mission Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Lincoln Day Scholarship Benefit

February 12, 2015    7:00pm

A scholarship benefit supporting the WVC Foundation and Hope For Kids. This event is part of the 75th anniversary of WVC.

Location: The Grove Recital Hall at WVC
Address: 1300 Fifth Street, Wenatchee, WA 98801



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