Today is Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014
This week: Cascadia Chorale rehearsals begin Sept. 15, Music scholarships for students available through Cascadia/Pipestone and Open Merc is back on Sept. 19
This week: County to consider variance requests for Mazama property, Bike trail work party at Sun Mountain on Sept. 14, Buckhorn Mine funds environmental projects in Okanogan County and West Nile virus found in Okanogan County horse
This week: Check your child’s car seat, Learn first aid, Get ready for cider squeeze, Community potluck at TwispWorks, Food drive at football game, Fire recovery workshop, and Watch out for phone scam
This week: Intimate evening at Spartan Art on Sept. 6, Pipestone rehearsals resume on Sept. 4 and Phoenix Festival rises next month at Twispworks.
Blues at the pub Anni Piper, described as Australia’s “First Lady of Blues,” will appear Saturday (Aug. 23) at the Twisp River Pub. The show begins at 9 p.m. and there is a $5 cover charge. For more information, call 997-6822. a Love, Big Bad Gina share stage Local favorite Laura Love will be joined...
Kiwanis helps Teen Center Winthrop Kiwanis has donated $1,000 to the Valley Teen Center in Twisp, which will use the funds to improve landscaping around the center, buy picnic tables, grade the yard for a flat multi-use area, put in pavers for a barbecue area, install signage and purchase lawn games. a First aid class...
This week: Info for landowners, Helping kids with stress, Firewise workshop on Saturday, Pancakes at the Grange, Benefit buffet at Twisp River Suites next Tuesday, Summer Festival in Tonasket and Check those gauges
This week: Flagg Mountain cabin case goes to trial, and Head for the Stampede
This week: Reddington wins awards in equine art contest, Twelfth Night staged at Merc for one more weekend, Musical worship in Omak on Aug. 10, Powwow coming to Twisp Aug. 16, and an invitation to Join the follies on Sept. 20