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Get Out and Play!

Get Out and Play!

Wenatchee's outdoor recreation opportunities 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 with Wenatchee Outdoors.  The mighty Columbia River runs through town offering a variety of access points as well as a unique vantage point via power boat, jet ski, wake board, kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board.  Wenatchee Row and Paddle Club  or Wenatchee.org
Downtown Wenatchee Construction

Downtown Wenatchee Construction

Downtown Wenatchee Construction:  For updates on Road Closures and Items of Work to be completed please check the Wenatchee Downtown Association Website and Remember:  Street Closure from 7pm-6am Monday through Friday mornings.  Construction names and contacts:  Pipkin Construction, Project Manager Garritt Vissser.  Consultant to City of Wenatchee - Dave Allen SCJ Alliance and City of Wenatchee Engineer - Gary Owen.  Wenatchee Downtown Association Executive Director,  Linda Haglund              
Explore the Market!

Explore the Market!

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market at Pybus Market is now open, every Saturday through the summer.  While at Pybus checkout the other specialty shops including restaurants, artisan foods, wines, cheese, crafts, fresh veggies and more.   Check out their website or join them on Facebook.  Locals day is Thursdays and Pybus University is Tuesdays nights but there is always something going on!

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COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF NCW ESTABLISHES FIRE RELIEF FUND

The Community Foundation of NCW has established a Fire Relief Fund to assist those who have been affected by the devastating fires raging throughout North Central Washington, according to an announcement made today by Beth Stipe, Executive Director of the Foundation. “We are working with our nonprofit partners throughout the region to ensure that there Read More

The Landscape is Changing

It’s always interesting when you see a stark example of how things change over time. It’s obviously true in the sports and recreation world as I once again discovered this past weekend. I was taking in the Saturday sports section of the Seattle Times, and as I came to the final page, where they post Read More