Rehearsals for the Methow Dance Collective’s show at The Merc Playhouse last weekend. Seven choreographers contributed works to a variety of eclectic performances.
Methow Valley Elementary second graders work on the art portion of the “Creatures of the Methow” multidisciplinary unit they’re currently studying.
In a show of support for Room One and women’s health, the community gathered at the Winthrop Town Trailhead on Sunday (before the Big Game) for the second annual “Ski for Women” — less of a ski and more of a costume contest this year. Four teams were awarded prizes: Best Spirited Multigenerational award went […]
Nomadic Massive’s multi-lingual hip-hop got the enthusiastic crowd dancing and gyrating at the Barn on Saturday. Fourth graders from Methow Valley Elementary did their own high-energy dance to open the performance, and stayed — along with friends and family — to dance to Nomadic Massive’s message of global peace and understanding.
Thursday night, Jan. 27, well after the buses had taken them home, students and their families returned to the school in droves. The event …
Jan. 28, 2014 marked the first annual Red Solo Cup Big Wheel Time Trials Obstacle Course Championship Smack Down Race of the Universe, in which 12 grown women rode a lime-green and black Huffy three-wheeler around a timed course at the TwispWorks parking lot. One practice run was allowed per rider, and penalties were incurred […]
A gallery of images from the game between the Coquitlam Chiefs, in black, and the North Vancouver Storm, in white, at the Winthrop Winter Classic hockey tournament … Photos by Laurelle Walsh
For more information on the 2014 Methow Valley Sport Trails Association’s Methow Valley Pursuit race, see Hood River skier wins Pursuit, locals close behind. For race results, see www.mvsta.com.
New Year’s Eve 2013 marked the end of Antlers Saloon & Cafe’s almost 90 years as a Methow Valley institution. To read about the history of this long-time landmark, see Antlers signs off: Saloon quiet after history of food, drink, music, occasional gunfire. To read more about the closing, see Twisp’s storied Antlers Saloon closes its doors.