Events

Coming Together Across Differences

Sat, Mar 17, 10-3pm, 2018

“In this day-long workshop, we will gather as members of the Methow Valley community to build our skills in working across differences. Specific areas we will explore include:-Learning and practicing listening skills and tools for having difficult conversations-Discovering tools for building relationships across differences-Investigating how power and privilege show up in our communityDATE/LOCATION: This event… [Read More]

Methow Conservancy First Tuesday: Sasquatch

Tues, Mar 6, 7pm, 2018

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“Sasquatch: Man-Ape or Myth?” with David George Gordon. Learn about this mysterious and iconic Northwest creature, and weigh the evidence both for and against its existence!  Learn about this mysterious and iconic Northwest creature, and weigh the evidence both for and against its existence! Throughout the Northwest, people have been reporting encounters with the Sasquatch for hundreds… [Read More]

Movie Lineup at Barnyard Cinema through March 1

Through Mar 1, 2018

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CLICK ON MOVIE TIMES FOR ONLINE TICKET SALES Molly’s Game R for language, drug content and some violence Molly’s Game is the true story of Molly Bloom a beautiful, young, Olympic-class skier who ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI… [Read More]

SUPAMAN

Thurs, Feb 8, 7pm, 2018

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His name is SupaMan, an origin of the Apsaalooké (Crow Nation), who blends his Native American  culture with hip-hop in the Siouan language. He holds a dedicated mission of empowering youth and educating his followers with a message of hope through culture and music. 2017 MTV video music award winner, “Native American Music Award”, “North American Indigenous Image… [Read More]

Artist to Artist at Mandy Shoger studio: Foxtail Pottery

May 12, 5-7pm, 2018

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Join fellow artists for a presentation by Twisp artist Many Shoger at her TwispWorks clay studio Foxtail Pottery. Mandy Shoger’s pottery designs are inspired by travel, historical architecture, nature, old tile books and textiles. Her palette of blues, greens and neutrals creates dinnerware that is both functional and beautiful for everyday use at every table.… [Read More]

Liberty Bell Senior Wins Poetry Out Loud Eastern Regional Championships

Thu, Feb 1, 2018

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Mackenzie Woodworth, a Liberty Bell High School senior, will represent the Methow Valley at the Washington State Poetry Out Loud  Championships in Tacoma in March. Mackenzie won the sixth annual Poetry Out Loud competition for Liberty Bell High School and Independent Learning Center students at The Merc Playhouse in December, reciting “I Go Back to May 1937″… [Read More]

7th Annual Confluence Gallery Trashion Show

Sat, May 6, 6-10pm

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The 7th Annual Trashion Show is a fabulous runway show with Upcycled Recycled outfits ranging from Street-Style to Country Couture transformed from everyday trash. Filled with surprise after surprise the event showcases models and designers who strut their stuff on the runway to the driving beats of DJ Bullfrog. The judging panel awards cash prizes… [Read More]

Piano trio offers a Valentine of virtuoso performances

Sat, Feb 17, 7pm, 2018

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“What’s exciting about piano trios is you really have three soloists,” said Kevin Krentz, artistic director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival. Audiences will hear that artistry in virtuosic performances and impeccable collaboration between violin, cello, and piano in the music festival’s annual Valentine concert.   Krentz is planning a diverse and compelling program.… [Read More]

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