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Superhero 2k & 5k

May 23, 2015    9:00am

Help celebrate and support the Girls on the Run program by participating in this family friendly, untimed fun run in Wenatchee on May 23, 2015! This fundraising event will be held on the beautiful Wenatchee waterfront with the start and finish at Pybus Public Market and with the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail utilized for the courses. Prizes will be awarded in several categories, so have fun with costumes! Description: We offer two runs/walks — a 5-kilometer and a 2-kilometer — on the wide and paved Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail. Both courses offer minimal elevation gain. The start and finish will be at Pybus Public Market. Start times: 9 a.m. Start lines: At Pybus Public Market, located at the corner of Orondo Avenue and Worthen Street in Wenatchee. Finish lines: Pybus Public Market Packet pickup: Friday, May 22, 5:00pm to 8:00pm, at Pybus Public Market, Orondo Avenue and Worthen Street in Wenatchee; Saturday, May 23, 7:00am to 8:45am, at Pybus Public Market, Orondo Avenue and Worthen Street in Wenatchee. In-person registration: Friday, May 22, 5:00pm to 8:00pm, at Pybus Public Market, Orondo Avenue and Worthen Street in Wenatchee, cost is $20 for 5K and $15 for 2K; Saturday, May 23, 7:00am to 8:45am, at Pybus Public Market, cost is $20 for 5K and $15 for 2K. Parking: Participants and spectators should park in the lot directly north of Pybus Public Market. Another option is to park in downtown Wenatchee and walk the three blocks (via either Orondo Avenue or the Riverwalk Crossing pedestrian bridge) to Pybus Public Market.
Location: Pybus Public Market
Address: 3 N Worthen St, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Pear

May 23, 2015    7:30 PM

After fronting one of the most successful fiddle acts in the world, Lynae and Denis Dufresne toured the country with some of the biggest names in Canadian music. In 2005, they took time off the road to settle in Calgary, AB. They quickly became antsy and formed PEAR. With Lynae as the songstress and Denis as the musical backbone, PEAR quickly developed a grassroots following in both Canada and the US, thrilling festival goers around the world. PEAR and Chronograph Records released their first, full length, studio album Sweet N Gritty in March 2012. This 13-track debut features collaborations with a few musical heroes and a number of good friends and was produced on Nashville’s famed Music Row by Noah Gordon. As Lynae and Denis Dufresne are indeed a couple it seemed like every time they attempted to write a song with someone it was assumed it would be a love song. Tiring of this theme the duo decided to rebel by writing “This Ain’t A Love Song”. This energetic inspiring song which, featuring Lynae’s powerhouse vocals, strikes a chord with anyone in listening audiences who has ever fallen in love. It was this song that received a standing ovation at the CCMA’s Music Industry Brunch at Country Music Week 2011, and won the 2012 International Songwriting Competition for country. The album’s 13 infectious tracks stand testament to the duo’s passion for great music.
Location: Numerica Performing Arts Center
Address: 123 N Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801



The Immortalists

May 28, 2015    7pm

Film Series he Immortalists is the story of two eccentric scientists struggling to discover medical breakthroughs to create eternal youth. And yet they fight to gain support for their cause in our world, which they call a world “blind to the tragedy of old age.” Bill Andrews is a lab biologist and famed long-distance runner racing against the ultimate clock. Aubrey de Grey is a genius theoretical biologist who conducts his research with a beer in hand. They differ in style and substance, but are united in their common crusade: to cure aging or die trying. They publicly brawl with the old guard of biology who argue that curing aging is neither possible nor desirable. As Andrews and de Grey battle their own aging and suffer the loss of loved ones, their journeys toward life without end ultimately become personal.
Location: Snowy Owl Theater - Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
Address: 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826



ARTS-O-RAMA! Elementary Arts Expo

May 28, 2015    4-7pm

Cascade School District elementary schools have a lot going on when it comes to their arts education programs. Come learn, enjoy short performances, exhibits, dinner, as well as the sweet music of Erin McNamee. Thursday May 28 4-7pm @ Cascade High School. For more info, visit artisforall.org
Location: Cascade High School
Address: 10190 Chumstick Hwy, Leavenworth, Wa 98826



Cowboys and Indians

May 30, 2015    7:30-9:30 pm

"Not the Hollywood version!" Virginia Beavert is a storyteller and elder of the Yakama tribe, and Sharon Glenn is a local cowboy poet. They will share episodes from their life histories - of growing up in Indian or cowboy culture in eastern Washington - interspersed with Yakama legends, Sharon's poetry, and audience participation. The humanities presentation is associated with the museum's "Extraordinary Ordinary People" exhibit. Admission free; dinations appreciated
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Artis Open House Celebration

May 31, 2015    2-5pm

Come check out what Artis (formerly Icicle Arts) has been up to, and celebrate with us. Visit with friends, enjoy refreshments, an art exhibit, live art entertainment and a raffle with your chance to win some amazing art.
Location: Artis
Address: 11734 Hwy 2, Leavenworth, Wa 98826



Bela Fleck: How to Write a Banjo Concerto

June 04, 2015    7pm

Film Series 'Bela Fleck: How To Write A Banjo Concerto' follows banjo trailblazer Bela Fleck through one of his most challenging musical journeys so far, into the world of the Symphony Orchestra. Bela is commissioned to compose a major banjo concerto, possibly the first of its kind, for banjo and 80-piece symphony orchestra. It begins before he has written a note, and concludes a year later, with a sold out premiere concert with the Nashville Symphony.
Location: Snowy Owl Theater - Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
Address: 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826



Show Brazil

June 05, 2015    8-10 pm (after First Friday)

Five long-time performers are led by Eduardo Mendoca, Brazilian-American guitarist, vocalist, percussionist and composer. Their lively music includes bossa nova, traditional and contemporary Brazilian tunes, and originals. Show Brazil will have you dancing around the room! The performance is associated with the museum's "Extraordinary Ordinary People" exhibit. http://www.showbrazil.com/ Admission free; donations appreciated
Location: Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Address: 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801



Kairos String Quartet

June 06, 2015    7pm

Featured Artists: Carrie Rehkopf & Denise Dillenbeck, violin; Timothy Betts, viola; John Michel, cello Haydn String Quartet Op. 20 #5 Beethoven String Quartet Op. 130 The Kairos Quartet, established in 1993, has been the quartet-in-residence at Central Washington University since 1998. Violinists Carrie Rehkopf and Denise Dillenbeck, violist Timothy Betts, and cellist John Michel have extensive chamber music experience and have toured internationally. In addition to traditional concert performances, the Kairos Quartet is committed to educational outreach and to performing in unlikely venues in which they seek to break down the barriers between audience and performers.
Location: Canyon Wren Recital Hall - Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
Address: 7409 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826



Music at Silvara Vineyards! Saturday, June 6th

June 06, 2015    1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Join us Saturday, June 6th for Silvara wines, bruschetta and flatbread pizzas while you enjoy a great blend of Blues, Classic Rock, Country and Jazz from the musical talents of Guitarist Gavin McLaughlin and Saxophonist Mark Doelman.
Location: Silvara Vineyards
Address: 77 Stage Road, Leavenworth, WA 98826



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