A celebration of music and young musicians was presented this past weekend by Cascadia, the Methow Music Association, at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp.
On Sunday (May 18), Pipestone School of Music students displayed the fruits of a year’s dedication to music study by performing recitals for the assembled concert goers. Pipestone School of Music is the educational branch of Cascadia. For more information, call 997-0222.
By Mike Maltais
Citius, Altius, Fortius — the Olympic Games motto meaning faster, higher, stronger — was right at home on the Liberty Bell High School track last Friday (May 9) as Mountain Lion …
It’s no secret that the town of Winthrop draws visitors from every walk of life, and Winthrop Town Hall sits right in the middle of town, so it’s no surprise they get a whole lot of … foot … traffic.
Before, during and after scenes from the ‘49er Days parade in Winthrop last weekend.
By Marcy Stamper
The Merc Playhouse has whipped up a gooey confection, Willie Wonka JR., for its spring musical, with the entire 32-member cast between the ages of 8 and 18, and many of the props created …
On Tuesday, May 6, the Ride to Rendezvous passed through downtown Twisp, directly in front of the offices of the Methow Valley News.
On schedule – actually, a few minutes ahead of schedule – the Silver Star gate on Highway 20 west of Mazama swung open just before noon Thursday (May 8) and westbound motorists began driving over Washington Pass. Meanwhile, valley-bound traffic headed over from the west side, led by a contingent of motorcyclists. A few hardy...
Methow Conservancy Educational Programs Director Mary Kiesau led 10 plant lovers on a “Wildflower Walk and Talk” above Riser Lake last Friday. Arrowleaf balsamroot, lupine and service berry were among the floriferous displays. The next wildflower walk is scheduled for May 14.
Photos from opening day of fishing season, 2014.