The annual pie-eating contest was the Mazama Market’s featured event last Wednesday (July 31). Organized and run by Mazama part-timer Michelle Fasser, the contest drew 24 willing pie eaters, mostly vacationing youngsters from the Seattle area.The winner, for the second year in a row, was Lindsay Fasser, left, proudly displaying her game face with friends […]
The Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival continues through Saturday (Aug. 3), with center-stage concerts at Signal Hill Ranch (Highway 20, between Twisp and Winthrop) on Thursday and Saturday (7:30 p.m.) and free concerts on Wednesday at the Mazama Store (6 p.m.) and the Lost River Winery Tasting Room in Winthrop on Friday (5 p.m.) For […]
Overnight and day camps have been in full swing around the Methow Valley for the past few weeks, where kids – from toddlers to teens – had fun with outdoor skills, horseback riding, drama, art and gymnastics, among other pursuits.
It’s hot, but locals and visitors are finding ways to cool it.
Photos of musicians and fans at the 2013 Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival
Flying colors The weather was perfect for admiring shiny planes and cars at the Twisp Airport’s annual Fly-In and pancake breakfast on Saturday. The breakfast attracted around 350 people, many of whom stayed around for free airplane and helicopter rides, courtesy of the Twisp Airport Improvement Club. Photos by Laurelle Walsh
Photos from the Independence Day parade and the Methow Arts Festival in Twisp.
More than 100 Methow Valley Pridefest participants paraded through Winthrop Sunday afternoon in a march that began at the River’s Edge Resort and ended in the Winthrop park, after all of nine minutes. There were speeches, cookies, a clown and music by Laura Love. “It exceeded all my expectations,” said April Wertz, who organized the […]
The Western Gray Squirrel is listed as a threatened species in Washington state. One reason for the critter’s decline is urbanization and its accompanying cars. Here, one runs for its life on Highway 153, just south of Lower Beaver Creek. Photo by Sue Misao