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Posts tagged "Cascadia"

Corrections

An article about awards won by the Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival said that the festival is put on entirely by volunteers. While the festival is produced by the nonprofit Winthrop Music Association, which is run by a volunteer board, and uses many volunteers during the festival weekend, the festival also includes some paid staff...
Arts briefs: March 26, 2014

Arts briefs: March 26, 2014

This week: Father/Daughter Dance is back on April 12, Audition for Twelfth Night – Cowboy Style April 12 and 13, Rapture, Blister, Burn at Readers’ Theater on April 17 and 18, & Relive the ’60s at the Barn on April 26.

Arts briefs: March 19, 2014

This week: Students' artwork on display in Wenatchee, Jazz choir concerts coming in April, OVOC spring concert on Sunday in Omak, it's time to Start talkin' trash about the Confluence's fashion show, and Cascadia awards student scholarships to local young musicians.
Keyboard Confections serves up variety in music and sweets

Keyboard Confections serves up variety in music and sweets

By Ann McCreary
Keyboard Confections will treat the Methow Valley to a smorgasbord of piano music and luscious desserts on Saturday (March 1), at 7 p.m. at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. Presented by Cascadia, Keyboard Confections is …

Arts briefs: Feb. 19, 2014

This week:
Jazz all over
Winter Film Fest
Improvisation
Gettin' wiggy with it
Keyboard Confections
Seven Year Itch
Arts briefs: Feb. 12, 2014

Arts briefs: Feb. 12, 2014

This week: Cacadia offers scholarships, Winter jazz, Confluence explors definition of 'woman', Christen on cover
Valley musicians prepare for holiday concert

Valley musicians prepare for holiday concert

By Laurelle Walsh
Cascadia’s annual Holiday Concert is less than a month away, and both the Pipestone Orchestra and the Cascadia Chorale are hard at work preparing for the two-night event.

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Scary tales at bookstore What’s Halloween without scary stories? Trail’s End Bookstore in Winthrop will help set the Halloween mood with a reading of scary stories on Thursday (Oct. 31) from 4-6 p.m. Two high school students will be reading scary tales – “but not too scary” – to entertain trick-or-treaters, said bookstore manager Chris...