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Community briefs: June 25, 2014

Community briefs: June 25, 2014

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
Traditional Native American pit house dedicated at Interpretive Center

Traditional Native American pit house dedicated at Interpretive Center

By Laurelle Walsh
Twenty Paschal Sherman Indian School students, plus faculty and guests, gathered last Wednesday (June 4) to celebrate the completion of …
Raptor attention

Raptor attention

Lisa Lindsay, director of the Okanogan Wildlife League in Oroville, brought some of the injured birds she is rehabilitating to the Methow Valley Interpretive Center last weekend.
Get acquainted with TwispWorks and its partners

Get acquainted with TwispWorks and its partners

Open Studio Saturdays begin at TwispWorks this Saturday (May 24) from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Every Saturday through Aug. 30, visitors will be able to see Methow Made goods being created and visit with the artists, crafters and entrepreneurs that call TwispWorks home. Around 10 studios will be open each week, according to TwispWorks Entrepreneurship Coordinator...
Community briefs: May 21, 2014

Community briefs: May 21, 2014

This week: Syrup will be provided; Methow Conservancy hosts dinner, concert; Farm tours, potluck at Crown S Ranch; Raptors at Interpretive Center; Shafer Museum opens for season; Farmers Market at Pateros; Spanish classes for kids; Pridefest set for June 15 and Community market in Marblemount
It takes a village — and a lot of muscle — to create a garden

It takes a village — and a lot of muscle — to create a garden

By Laurelle Walsh
The TwispWorks Native Garden has doubled in size in the last month, thanks in large part to the efforts of seven AmeriCorps members: The National …
Arts briefs: May 14, 2014

Arts briefs: May 14, 2014

This week: Pinkerton reads from debut novel, The Amish project coming to the Merc in June, and River is focus of next Confluence exhibit
Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

This week: Interpretive Center opens its season April 12, Student films at LBHS at LBHS April 16, Poetry reading April 17, Classical guitar at The Merc April 24 and Revisit the ’60s at the Barn on April 26.
Community briefs: March 26, 2014

Community briefs: March 26, 2014

This week: Women's panel at Confluence on March 29, Film about Edward Curtis on March 30, Native Hunters in Yellowstone on April 2, All about day hikes on April 1, Puppeteers at libraries on April 3, and Native Plant Sale on April 5.
Powwow highlights 11 years of reconciliation

Powwow highlights 11 years of reconciliation

By Marcy Stamper
More than a century after the native inhabitants of the Methow Valley were displaced, their ancestors, members of other tribes and current Methow residents are coming together for the 11th year in a row to celebrate reconciliation.