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Wildfires and Us!

Wildfires and Us!

An exhibit illustrating the role of fire in eastern Cascades ecosystems, featuring photographs by John Marshall and others.  Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center September 1 through November 21, 2015.  More  Open: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm  Admission $5 adults, $4 seniors, $2 kids 6-12, kids under 6 Free.
Adventure Town:  Wenatchee, WA!

Adventure Town: Wenatchee, WA!

Pybus Market sits adjacent to the Apple Capital Loop Trail offering up its river front access with dining and shopping options as well as home to the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market.  Pybus Market is open 362 days a year and the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is open Saturdays 8am-1pm and Wednesday Evenings 4pm-8pm

Our Valley What's Next

Our Valley What's Next

A regional vision, a regional plan.  Our Valley is developing a regional vision and action plan with intentional strategies that will shape our future, tap into the strengths of our community, and help the community become more . . . more vibrant and more prosperous.  Share your ideas about a vision for the future by taking the online questionnaire here (English) or here (Spanish).

Fresh from our Blog

Wenatchee Wild thinks: “It’s time for girls!”

The Wenatchee Wild organization is looking at starting an Under 19 Girls program for the 2016-2017 season. The girls would be housed with local families from September through March the same as the Wenatchee Wild and the Wenatchee Wolves U 18 development team. The program would be structured very similar to the Wenatchee Wolves development Read More

Write on the River offers opportunity

Write on the River invites you to support our organization and help Write on River continue to offer year-around, diverse opportunities for writers of all levels in the region to hone their craft. Among a variety of ways to donate, you can sponsor a workshop at the May 13-14, 2016 Writer’s Conference, such as: Award-winning Read More