Library offers ‘My Story’
The Twisp library presents “My Story,” a collection of stories told by Methow Valley residents via the Zoom platform, on Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. The presenters will draw on their own experiences to create their stories. To get the Zoom link, register at this web address: https://ncrl.evanced.info/signup/EventDetails?EventId=82720.
Conservation District asks for input
The Okanogan Conservation District has created a survey to get input from the community on its five-year planning process.
To take the survey online, go to www.okanogancd.org/survey. Paper copies of the survey and boxes to collect them have been distributed around the county, including to the Okanogan, Tonasket, Oroville, Brewster, Twisp and Chesaw libraries.
The survey lasts through Feb. 4. Each survey takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete, according to the district.
Rural economy discussions resume
TwispWorks and the Methow Conservancy will continue their partnership conversations about rural changes in the Methow Valley, exploring alternatives to a recreation economy, with the first of four quarterly discussions set for Feb. 28. The virtual session will be from 7-8:30 p.m.
Each session will be a deep dive that aims to broaden our individual knowledge, foster community conversations, and identify areas for collective action. The first class will explore alternatives to a recreation economy. Led by Julie Tate-Libby and Daniel Senner, the class will explore alternatives such as agricultural tourism, value added products and sustainable resource-based industries with examples from other communities.
Email info@TwispWorks.org, call 997-3300 or visit https://twispworks.org/events for more information.
March for Life in Omak
An annual March for Life event organized by Al and Judy Bosco is scheduled for noon on Friday (Jan. 21) at Civic League Park in Omak. The march takes a route up and down main street in Omak and lasts about a half hour. The Boscos invite participants to join them at Omak’s Hometown Pizza after the march.