Today is Monday, Jul. 28, 2014
This week: South American music at free concert Sunday at Pearrygin, Chamber Music Festival opens July 24, the Merc advises that you Git ready for Shakespeare, pardner, and Celebrate old-time music at the Shafer on Aug. 9
This week: Garlic harvest, wine festival, farm camp, food preservation, wildfire readiness, bowl painting, exchange students, women outdoors, planned giving and naturalization info.
This week: Summer evenings in the courtyard in Mazama, there's News at Valley Veterinary and a New release at Lost River Winery
The Wine Shed, Winthrop’s recently opened wine, beer and spirits store, is now offering wine tastings daily. Proprietor Dave Swenson will pour samples of four wines per week, changing weekly, with an emphasis on “wines that we’ve liked and want other people to try,” he said. Each 2-ounce sample costs $2, with “a couple of...
This week: Help with ‘Friday Food Program’ because kids eat on weekends, too, Charley family DVD at Interpretive Center June 29, learn All about mushrooms, Get your berries and Livestock deadline extended
Bryan Michael Putnam, of Twisp, was awarded a Master of Fine Arts degree by the University of Oregon during the spring term. Claire LeDuc, of Mazama, was named to the spring semester honor roll at Montana State University in Bozeman.
This week: Artists reception at Sun Mountain on June 22, Pottery on Wednesday nights with Matt Armbrust, or see Ian McFeron in two free shows
This week: Primitive skills for kids starts June 23, Spaghetti feed to benefit Wagner pool happens June 28, also on June 28 there's a Snake awareness for dogs class and Get a fresh start on June 20.
Old Schoolhouse Brewery of Winthrop won two gold medals at the North American Beer Awards last weekend in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Uncle Big’s Brown won the gold in the brown porter category and Brewer’s Reserve Imperial Stout took the medal in the imperial stout category. The event is conducted as a single blind sampling followed...