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Methow Natives: Firmly rooted here

Methow Natives: Firmly rooted here

When Rob Crandall drives around the Methow Valley this time of year he’s always on the lookout for plants in bloom. “I’ll be driving 30 – 40 miles per hour and looking out the window spotting blooms because then I know I gotta go back and look for seeds there in a few weeks,” he...
TwispWorks stages ‘Big Shaabang’ to celebrate progress

TwispWorks stages ‘Big Shaabang’ to celebrate progress

Music, art, food and more at Saturday event By Ann McCreary TwispWorks will kick off summer with a Big Shaabang on Saturday (May 26), welcoming the community to the campus for live music and performances, open art studios, local food and beverages. The event is also an opportunity for TwispWorks to show off the latest...
Citizens’ Climate Lobby hosts meeting in Twisp

Citizens’ Climate Lobby hosts meeting in Twisp

Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL), a group advocating for bipartisan legislation to address climate change, will hold a meeting in Twisp on Friday (Feb. 9) for people interested in learning more about the organization...
Methow Investment Network boosts growth in local economy

Methow Investment Network boosts growth in local economy

A group of investors and Methow Valley business owners got together at TwispWorks last year to see if they could make some deals that would help the businesses grow. As a result, more than $800,000 has begun flowing into the local economy.
Valley Goods, a seasonal gift store offering local wares, opens at TwispWorks on Dec. 7

Valley Goods, a seasonal gift store offering local wares, opens at TwispWorks on Dec. 7

Valley Goods, a seasonal gift shop at TwispWorks, debuts on Dec. 7 adjacent to Door No. 3 Print Studio, and will continue through Dec. 24. The shop will feature hand-crafted, locally made wares including ceramics, art, jewelry, apparel and more, offered by more than 30 local vendors. The shop will host several “Meet the Maker”...
Consultant will advise on growing local businesses

Consultant will advise on growing local businesses

Twisp business and downtown property owners are invited to meet with a consultant who specializes in commercial development and community revitalization at a brown bag lunch meeting hosted by TwispWorks next month. TwispWorks is bringing consultant Michele Reeves to town on Sept. 19 as part of an ongoing effort to …
AmeriCorps volunteers have built an impressive legacy in Methow Valley

AmeriCorps volunteers have built an impressive legacy in Methow Valley

The Methow Valley would be a different place without the contributions of dozens of vigorous young people working as AmeriCorps volunteers. Over the past half-dozen years, individuals and groups have helped with remodeling and landscaping at TwispWorks, built fences for wildfire survivors, cleared mud deposited by flash floods,
Cantwell aide hears about Methow Valley’s concerns

Cantwell aide hears about Methow Valley’s concerns

A representative of Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, spent a day in the Methow Valley last week and heard the concerns of local elected representatives, business owners, economic boosters, social service providers and emergency responders. Twisp Mayor Soo Ing-Moody arranged a full schedule of …
String quartet takes chamber music outside

String quartet takes chamber music outside

Music enthusiasts got a sneak preview of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival’s upcoming 2017 program last Saturday when the Serendipity String Quartet from Seattle performed at TwispWorks as part of the festival’s outreach program. The quartet played outdoors at the new TwispWorks plaza under a protective awning. They were greeted by a sizable crowd...
New plaza opens at TwispWorks

New plaza opens at TwispWorks

It’s been almost a decade since the old Forest Service ranger station at the south end of Twisp began its transformation to TwispWorks, a center for arts, culture and business in the Methow Valley. With an underlying goal of promoting economic vitality, TwispWorks today …