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Get Out and Play!

Get Out and Play!

Recreation opportunities in our area are boundless! Easily accessed urban trails lead to the surrounding foothills with hiking and mountain biking trails.  Check in with Adventure Wenatchee. When you're ready, get way out visit  Wenatchee Outdoors.  The mighty Columbia River runs through town offering a variety of access points as well as a unique vantage point via kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board.  Wenatchee Row and Paddle Club  or Wenatchee.org
Adventure Town:  Wenatchee, WA!

Adventure Town: Wenatchee, WA!

Wenatchee,  a lively area with interest in the arts, the past, culture and history is currently buzzing with activity.  The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center is currently exhibiting A River of Baskets through October 4th.  The Wenatchee Valley Environmental Film Series will also take place at the museum through a variety of partnerships with the first showing on October 21st at 7pm of Running the Sahara.  For details on these are more museum activities click here

Explore the Markets and Farms!

Explore the Markets and Farms!

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market at Pybus Market is open, every Saturday year around.  Or, check out the 13th annual Pumpkin Patch open every day from 2pm-6pm starting September 27th through October 31st which includes a Corn Maze, Hay Rides and more check them out on facebook or call Scott at 509.663.6219.  Round up the kids or some lively friends and visit Stutzmans Ranch on Sunday at 2pm, October 12th and shoot a pumpkin out of a cannon.   

Fresh from our Blog

Youth Soccer Takes Over

About 90 youth teams, ranging in age from u6 thru high school, will take part  in the Apple Cup Soccer Tournament October 10-12. Five venues featuring 19 fields will be in use: Wenatchee Valley College, Walla Walla Point Park, Foothills Middle School, Lewis & Clark Elementary and Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park. The tournament is hosted by Read More

Some ‘Shoulder Season’!

In many locales, from a sports tourism standpoint October is considered part of a ‘shoulder’ season. Deemed far from a peak month, with just a smattering of events and plenty of room for growth. Baseball and softball are essentially over, indoor sports such as hockey are just beginning and skiing has yet to crank up. Read More