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Wenatchee events April 2020

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Editor’s note: This listing was prepared prior to Gov. Jay Inslee’s emergency order to close all restaurants, bars and places of entertainment and recreation statewide in an attempt to slow the spread of thenovel coronavirus. It is a good idea to check event websites where possible to make sure the event has not be canceled or postponed.

Homegrown Oldies Jam, every first and third Monday, 7 to 10 p.m. Riverside Pub. Cost: free. 

NCW BLUES JAM, every second and fourth Monday. 7 – 10 p.m.  Riverside Pub. Cost: free.

Wenatchee Paddle Club, every Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. open paddle, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 p.m. novice kayak paddle group, Saturdays, 7 a.m. masters crew rowing. Info: wenatcheepaddle.org.

Upper Valley Running Club, every Tuesday, 4:30 – 6 p.m. Check-in at the gravel lot across from O’Grady’s Pantry. Maps will be available for a marked 3-mile trail route, partly along Icicle Creek. Run or walk, by yourself, with a friend or with your family. Participate 10 or more times and earn an Upper Valley Running Club tech tee. Info: sleepinglady.com.

1 million cups, every first Wednesday of the month. 7:45 a.m. sharp. Entrepreneurs discover solutions and thrive when they collaborate over a million cups of coffee. Come join this supportive, dynamic community and hear from two businesses that are between 1 – 5 years old. Discover how we can help move them forward in a positive environment, fueled by caffeine. Coffee provided by Mela Coffee Roasting. Wenatchee Valley Chamber office, 137 N. Wenatchee Ave. 

Conversations around death/death conversations group, meets every third Wednesday, 9 – 10:30 p.m. Does your family really know what you want? Do you have a current will? Who gets what? This is an information group that is looking at what our family should expect upon our passing. Chelan Senior Center. Cost: free. Info: Concie Luna 630-2972.

Shrub-steppe poetry podium, every last Wednesday, 5 – 6:30 p.m. A free, public, poetry-only reading. Read your own poems or the work of a favorite poet. Socializing at 4:30, reading starts at 5. Riverhouse Cigar Bar, 527 Piere St, Wenatchee, adjacent to the Riverside Pub. Info: sfblair61@gmail.com.

Weekly Club Runs, every Thursday check in between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. at Pybus Public Market south entrance. Either a 5k or 10k walk or run on the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail. Complete 10 weekly runs and receive a free shirt. Cost: free (other than a smile). 

Chelan Lanes Throwback Thursday Bowl, every Thursday, 1 – 10 p.m. Bowl for $3, food and beverage specials. Chelan Lanes. Info: chelanlanes.com.

NCW Beekeepers Assoc. every 2nd Thursday. Meet at a local restaurant for bee chat. Details: ncwbees.org.

Game Night, every 4th Friday. Board games, card games or any games you bring. Open to families and all ages. Hosted by Pacific Crest Church. Pybus Public Market. Cost: free. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Jam at the Crow, 7 – 10 p.m. Every first Sunday. The Club Crow in Cashmere, 108 1/2 Cottage Ave. Cost: free.

NCW Beekeepers Assoc, every 3rd Sunday, 5 p.m. Douglas County PUD bldg. Info: ncwbees.org. 

Bilingual nature-themed storytime at saddlerock shelter, 4/2, 10 a.m. – noon. Link bus will pickup patrons at 9:45 a.m. at the Wenatchee Public Library. A bilingual story will be shared during the ride to Saddle Rock. A librarian will lead a bilingual story on a short nature-journaling hike. At noon the bus will provide transportation back to the library. 

Ladies night out, moved to 6/4, 4 – 8 p.m. Hosted by Cascade Medical Foundation and business partners in downtown Leavenworth. Enjoy a night out with friends at local boutiques, wineries and more. Cost: $20 includes tote bag, map of participating shops, discounts and wellness opportunities. All proceeds help CMF in its campaign to raise $121,000 for Power-load cots and Auto CRP devices for the Cascade Medical ambulances. Info: cascademedicalfoundation.org.

First Friday Events Include:

(Events are dependent on state continuation of the emergency proclamation.)

*Class with a Glass, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. 10 S Columbia St. 

*Collapse, 4/3, 4 – 9 p.m. 115 S Wenatchee Ave..

*Gypsy Lotus, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. 1 S Wenatchee Ave. Cost: free.

*Lemolo Café and Deli, 4/3, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. 114 N Wenatchee Ave.

*MAC Gallery, 4/3, 5 – 7 p.m. Wenatchee Valley College Music and Art Center, 1300 Fifth St.

*Mela, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. Nosh provided. Cost: free. 17 N. Wenatchee Ave. Cost: free.

*Mission Street Commons, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. 218 S Mission St.

*Pans Grotto, 4/3, 4 – 9 p.m. 3 N Wenatchee Ave. Ste 2. 

* Robert Graves Gallery, 4/3, 5 – 7 p.m. The immensity of our essence new paintings by Martha Flores. Martha uses color and form to express how we fail to see our similarities and see our differences instead. Gallery hours Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Sexton Hall at Wenatchee Valley College, Ninth St entrance.

*Tumbleweed Bead Co., 4/3, 5-7 p.m. Refreshments served. 105 Palouse St. Cost: free. Info: tumbleweedbeadco.com.

*Two Rivers Art Gallery, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. Artists, music and complimentary refreshments. 1 N Wenatchee Ave. Cost: free. Info: 2riversgallery.com.

*Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. 137 N Wenatchee Ave.

*Ye Olde Bookshoppe, 4/3, 5 – 8 p.m. 11 Palouse St.

Older and Wiser, 4/3, 7 p.m. Live music on the rail car. Pybus Public Market. Cost: free. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Gold treasure and more show, 4/4, 5, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Over 45 vendors selling prospecting and rock hound supplies, metal detectors, jewelry, art, gems and minerals, rocks, gold pay dirt bags, fudge, coins, soap, candles and more. Trucks on display. Learn how to pan for gold. Coin and toy hunt for kids ages 2 – 10, 11 a.m. Door and raffle prizes each hour. Food available. Chelan County Fairgrounds in Cashmere. Cost: $5, children 12 and under free. Info: 860-1145. 

Sagefest, 4/4, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Maintenance on Sage Hills trail and Homestead trail. 1 p.m. BBQ. Light to moderate work using hand tools. RSVP: cdlandtrust.org.

What’s the fuss about CBD and CBG? 4/5, 2 – 3:30 p.m. Dr. Chandra Villano, ND, will talk about the physiology of the Endocannabinoid system and the physical and emotion benefits and product selection of Cannabinoids. Learn about the therapeutic properties of these non-intoxicating compounds found in hemp. Spirals, 215 E Woodin Ave Chelan. RSVP: 682-2383.

Revitalize WA, 4/6, – 8, Statewide conference focused on historic preservation and economic revitalization, brought to you by Washington State Main Street Program, Washington Trust for Historic Preservation and the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation. Dip your toe in the world of Main Street and dive deep into its economic development and preservation principles. Three days of workshops, tours and opportunities to explore downtown Wenatchee. Info: preservewa.org/news-events/revitalizewa.

Pybus University: Presentation from Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village, 4/7, 7 – 8:15 p.m. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Physiological and molecular changes associated with acclimation to heat stress in apple fruit, 4/8, 4 – 5 p.m. Extreme climate events, such as heat waves and freezes, can have large negative impacts on fruit production. Sunburn, a physiological skin disorder caused by heat and light stress, causes loss of up to 10% of Washington state apple crops. Current prevention methods include evaporative cooling, shade netting, or protectant sprays, each with their own unique advantages and disadvantages. We are interested in understanding the physiology and molecular mechanisms underlying sunburn and plant fruit acclimation to heat, so that we can improve the use of tools to avoid sun injury. Here I’ll talk about experiments designed to study apple fruit acclimation to high heat and light stresses experienced during a typical growing season, with the goal of informing and developing strategies to minimize losses due to sunburn. WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, 1100 N Western Ave. Cost: free. Info: applestemnetwork.org/science-in-our-valley.

Get Lit, 4/8, 6:30 – 9 p.m. Stained glass workshop. Learn how to use design and construct your own personalized stained glass piece along with the basics of soldering. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Cost: $35 includes one personalized stained glass piece and a glass of wine. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Monthly movie on the big screen: Jurassic Park, 4/8, 6:30 p.m. Cost: $3. Numerica Performing Arts Center. Info: numericapac.org.

Mike Super: Magic and illusion, 4/9, 7:30 p.m. Imagine mind-blowing illusion combined with the hilarity of a headline comedian. Family –friendly performing and an awesome journey of emotions from laughter, intrigue, danger, fear, wonder, anticipation, tears and sentimentality. Numerica Performing Arts Center. Cost: $5-$37. Info: numericapac.org.

Bird Walk, 4/10, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Springtime is here and the birds are singing, building nests and exploring around. Join birders from Wenatchee River Institute on a birding stroll along the Waterfront Park Trail and learn to identify birds by ear and sight. Wenatchee River Institute. Cost: free. Info: wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.

Leavenworth Mountain Film Festival, 4/10, 5:30 – 10 p.m. Showcasing the best recent short films with a focus on outdoor pursuits and the natural world. Leavenworth Festhalle. Cost: $15 adults, $5 kids 12 and under. Info: icicle.tv

Leavenworth SONG OF THE SHADOWS Easter Cantata, 4/10, 7 p.m. Good Friday performance of the beautiful cantata tracing in song the last days of Jesus Christ. Performed by singers from Wenatchee, Leavenworth and Cashmere.  Leavenworth Community United Methodist Church, 418 Evans Street, Leavenworth. Info:  Carolyn 548-0318.

The Met: Live in HD: Tosca, 4/11, 9:55 a.m. Snowy Owl Theater. Cost: $5-22. Info: icicle.org.

Hike for health, 4/11, 9 – 11 a.m. Improve your health, explore new places, be part of a team, take home prizes and be entered to win one of many grand prizes at the end of the hiking season. Reach 1 trail near Chelan. This easy, wide gravel trail takes you gently down the canyon next to the Chelan River on Chelan PUD property. Wind your way along the river as it cuts through the canyon. 2.2 miles out and back. Info: cdlandtrust.org.

Guided Historical Railroad/mill walking tour, 4/11, 10 a.m. – noon. Begin at Lions Club Park, Leavenworth. One to 2 hour walk on a dirt trail, one small hill and sidewalks, about 2 miles long. Cost: $5. Info: leavenworthmuseum.org.

Family Stem Workshop: Night lights, 4/11, noon – 2 p.m. Learn how to use circuitry to wire an acrylic light to a base. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Cost: $30. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Leavenworth Lions Easter Egg hunt, 4/11, 1 – 1:30 p.m. Enchantment Park. All ages. Cost: free. Info: leavenworthlions.com.

Easter Egg hunts, 4/12, 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Mountain Spring Lodge. Info: mtsprings.com.

Upper Valley Nature Walk, 4/14, 1 – 4 p.m. Join Connie McCauley to explore the Ski Hill area, looking at wildflowers, birds and wildlife. Meet at the Ski Hill parking lot. Must RSVP: 667-978 or hillary@cdlandtrust.org.

Environmental film and speaker series: the beaver believers, 4/14, 7 – 9 p.m. This documentary tells the story of restoring beavers to the watersheds of the American West by a most unlikely group of activists. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Free popcorn, treats and no host bar. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Pybus University: Wildfire! Are you ready?, 4/14, 7 p.m. This class will provide information on preparing for evacuation during a wildfire, putting together your grab and go items, and creating your wildfire evacuation action plan. Led by Lori Nitchals. Pybus Public Market. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Basic Mediation Training, 4/15-19. Learn the process of mediation, communication skills and conflict dynamics to promote peaceful and constructive approaches to conflict and its resolution, whether in the workplace, home or in our community. Info: 888-0957 or staff@wvdrc.org.

Native bees of Washington state, 4/15, 4 – 5 p.m. Formally trained in Native Bee biology, Dr. Don Rolfs has, for more than a decade, focused his field work, laboratory work and photographic skills on the 600+ species of Native Bees of Washington State. While Honey Bees have a place in agriculture, it is our Native Bees who are the primary pollinators, responsible for the flowers of our mountain meadows and remote wild places. Dr. Rolfs’ profusely illustrated lecture is an introduction to the variety and to the stunning beauty of these essential pollinators. WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, 1100 N Western Ave. Cost: free. Info: applestemnetwork.org/science-ino-our-valley.

Using perennials in the landscape, 4/16, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Perennials are the bones of a low maintenance landscape and take on many different roles in the garden. The four main types of perennials will be explored. Each type has its own use based on form, texture, maintenance, cultural needs and seasonal interest. Presenter is Paula Dinius. Confluence Technology Center. Cost: $10 must register. Info: 667-6540 or pdinius@wsu.edu.

Flywheel Investment Conference, 4/16, 9 a.m. – 8 pm. Learn, connect and watch six startup businesses compete for $150,000. Wenatchee Convention Center. Downtown Wenatchee. Info: gwata.org.

Girls Night out, 4/16, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Grab your girlfriends and come on downtown for a day of shopping, discounts and in store events. Fun prizes, games and special promotions. Info: wendowntown.org.

Trail Work at Horse Lake Reserve, 4/16, 3 – 6 p.m. Help finish building the new shortcut trail between Homestead and Old Ranch Road. Snacks, lunch, water to refill your bottle, gloves and tools provided. Must RSVP: 667-9708 or olivia@cdlandtrust.org.

Introduction to Ornithology, 4/17, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4/18, 6 – 10 a.m. Learn the basics of bird biology: evolutionary history, anatomy and physiology, social value of birds, behavioral ecology (breeding, migration, molt), and field methods for studying birds. In the second half of the class learn how to set up some mist nets, handle and measuring techniques and learn and take down the nets. Wenatchee River Institute. Cost: $70 must register. Info: rbishop@wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.

Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra Presents: Messiah, 4/17, 18, 7 p.m. Final performances of the season in collaboration with the Columbia Chorale. Numerica Performing Arts Center. Cost: $21-$40. Info: numericapac.org.

Saddle Rockers, 4/17, 7 p.m. Live music on the rail car. Pybus Public Market. Cost: free. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Grand Coulee Geology Tour, 4/18, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Brent Cunderla will lead a tour of the Grand Coulee Ice Age Floods tour loop which begins in Soap Lake and continues north to Lake Lenore Caves, Dry Falls Interpretive Center, Sims Corner, Electric City, Banks Lake, Northrup Canyon, Coulee City, Summer Falls and Ephrata. Meet at the Wenatchee Valley Museum to board a tour bus. Cost: $55. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Wenatchee Marathon by TedDriven, 4/18, 8 a.m. Half marathon starts at Wenatchee Convention Center, followed by the marathon, 10k and 5k combined start at 8:15. 5k proceeds benefiting The Wellness Place. Info: teddriven.com/Wenatchee-marathon.

Science Fest, 4/18, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Explore science and technology, participate in hands-on activities and demonstrations of space, our solar system, our earth, and meet local scientists to learn about their work. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Cost: $5. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Spring Brewfest, 4/18, noon – 4 p.m. Come kickoff the spring season in Chelan with live music, frosty cold beer, Irish whiskey and Irish fare. Fire pits and live dart competition with prizes. PNW breweries will be showing off new spring releases and Irish whiskey experts will be on hand to showcase a variety of Irish whiskies for your enjoyment. Campbell’s Resort. Cost: $35 includes 10 samples and four raffle tickets. Info: campbellsresort.com.

Leavenworth Rotaryfest presents The Roaring 20s, 4/19, 3:30 – 10 p.m. Dress the part or come as you are. Fundraiser for Leavenworth Rotary Club. Food, drink, live auction, raffle items and a dessert dash. Leavenworth Festhalle. Cost: $50. Info: leavenworthrotary.com.

Workshop: become a weed warrior, 4/21, 6 – 7:30 p.m. What do scentless mayweed, yellow star thistle and jointed goatgrass all have in common? All are noxious weeds. Julie Sanderson will teach field identification tips for a list of 15 most wanted invasive species. Must RSVP: susan@cdlandtrust.org.

Estrogen, testosterone and fats, oh my, 4/22, 4 – 5 p.m. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a leading cause of infertility in women of reproductive age. It is a hormonal disorder characterized by increased testosterone in women and is often associated with metabolic dysfunction. In the Binder lab, we study how altered concentrations of estrogen and testosterone affect the ovary and fat tissues, which may contribute to the symptoms observed in PCOS. Our goal is to gain a better understanding of what is happening within specific tissues that could lead to improved treatments in the future. WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, 1100 N Western Ave. Cost: free. Info: applestemnetwork.org/science-in-our-valley.

Earth Day River Cleanup, 4/22, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Celebrate Earth Day by strolling and cleaning up along the Wenatchee River with Wenatchee River Institute. Garbage bags and gloves provide. Meet at Wenatchee River Institute parking lot. Info: wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.

Earth Day Wildflower walk at Jacobson Preserve, 4/22, 5:30 – 7 p.m. Join us for a weeknight wildflower walk lead by Susan Ballinger. Learn about what’s blooming and what we can do to encourage native plants in our area. Leave with a list of plants found at Jacobson Preserve. Must RSVP: 667-9708 or hillary@cdlandtrust.org.

Get Lit: advanced stained glass, 4/22, 6:30 – 9 p.m. Learn how to use design and construct a more intricate stained glass piece and expand your soldering skills. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Cost: $55. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Birding at Mountain Home Preserve, 4/23, 7 :30– 11 a.m. Would you like to spend a weekday morning hiking, viewing wildlife, wildflowers and snow-capped mountains, while being part of a small team collecting bird species data? Learn more about becoming a CDLT citizen scientist volunteer by contacting Susan Ballinger at susan@cdlantrust.org or 667-9708.

Backpack sprayer training, 4/23, 10-11 a.m. Learn the safe and effective use of backpack weed sprayers. This one-hour workshop with Neal Hedges, will be held at a trail in the Foothills. Must RSVP: susan@cdlantrust.org or 667-9708.

Memorial Park Food Fair, 4/23 – 5/3, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Memorial Park food fair starts.

Entertainment Stage, 4/23 – 5/3, noon. Entertainment starts in Memorial Park for Apple Blossom.

Blossom and Brews, 4/23 – 5/3. Beer garden for great drinks and listen to music at the entertainment stage in Memorial Park.

Funtastic Shows Carnival, 4/24 – 5/3. Carnival at Town Toyota Center. 

Spring Fling Pickleball Tournament, 4/24, all day. Harmony Meadows. Cost: $50. Info: harmonymeadowscenter.com.

Just Us Band, 4/24, 7 p.m. Live music on the rail car. Pybus Public Market. Cost: free. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Trail maintenance at Horse Lake, 4/25, 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Trail maintenance and brush removal. Light to moderate work and hiking 2 – 5 miles using hand tools. RSVP 667-9708 or Olivia@cdflandtrust.org.

Wenatchee Valley Corvette Club: Nothing but vette, 4/25, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Rocky Reach Dam Visitors Park. Car showcasing Corvettes. 

Native Heritage bus tour, 4/25, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Explore culturally significant locations from Peshastin Pinnacles to the Wenatchee Heights with Native American guide Randy Lewis. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Cost: $55. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

WSU Chelan-Douglas County Master Gardener Plant sale, 4/25, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. More than 20 varieties of tomatoes including both heirloom and favorite hybrids. A good selection of perennials, vegetable and herbs grown by Master Gardeners. Pybus Public Market. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Rustique Divas Vintage Market, 4/25, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. More than 40 Rustique Diva vendors will be on hand with unique furniture, one of a kind antiques and collectables, hand crafted jewelry, vintage clothing, plants, signs, pillows, household décor and more. Pybus Public Market. Info: pybuspublicmarket.org.

Spring workshops for writers, 4/25, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Workshops will focus on the craft of fiction writing. Alexis Smith will discuss how any writer, published or potential, can gain a new perspective on the practical process of creating the novel, with proven techniques for organization, research, motivation, revision and dealing with writers block. Scott Driscoll will focus on narrative voice. How to understand the characters’ emotions, the narrator’s perspective on events, and who is actually telling the story. Learn about psychic and narrative distance and apply it to your writing. Wenatchee Valley College. Cost: $85. Info: writeontheriver.org.

Leavenworth Historical Town Walk, 4/25, 10 a.m. Come for a two hour town walk. Start at Lions Club Park. Cost: $5. Info: leavenworthmuseum.org.

Leavenworth firefighter challenge, 4/25, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. This 10k race has multiple divisions, gear raffle and live music. Leavenworth Ski Hill. All proceeds benefit the Leavenworth Firefighters and the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. Info: lwffc.org.

Youth Parade, 4/25, 11 a.m. Over 4,500 children ages 14 and under participate in this parade. Starts at Triangle Park goes down Orondo Ave. Cost: free. Info: appleblossom.org.

Introduction to Native Plants Walk, 4/25, 1 – 3 p.m. Joan Frazee and Leesa Broker will share an appreciation of the beauty and complexity in the plant world. Learn what to look for and how to recognize various patterns in leaves and flowers that will increase the participant’s ability to understand how plants are classified.  Wenatchee River Institute. Cost: free but must register. Info: rbishop@wenatcheeriverinstitute.org.

Wenatchee Riverfront Railway, 4/25, 26, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Home of the Nile Saunders Orchard mini train. All train runs are weather permitting. Birthday rents available by appointment. Wenatchee Riverfront Park. Cost: $2. Info: Steve Sleeman 663-2900.

Danger Women: Victorious 2020, 4/25, 7 p.m. and 4/26, 2 p.m. Acclaimed regional actors, musicians, artists, writers and dancers bring women’s history to life on stage. Snowy Owl Theater. Cost: $22 advance or $24 at the door. Info: icicle.org.

Earth Day community fair, 4/26, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. A community festival to celebrate and honor our unique and precious Earth. A fun-filled day of inspiring educational booths, music, good food and activities. Enchantment Park, Leavenworth. Info: wasteloop.org.

Cakes for college funnel cake eating contest, 4/26 1:30 p.m. Memorial Park. Info: appleblossom.org.

Fence removal at horse lake reserve, 4/28, 29, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Enjoy the start of wildflower season and great views at Horse Lake Reserve while helping remove hazardous fencing. Info: cdlandtrust.org.

Upper Valley Nature Walk, 4/28, 1 – 4 p.m. In honor of Leavenworth Earth Day Fair, join Connie McCauley to explore the Ski Hill area, looking at wildflowers, birds and wildlife. Must RSVP: 667-978 or hillary@cdlandtrust.org.

A lot of fuss about a parade, 4/28, 7 p.m. An Apple Blossom documentary from the 2018 Apple Blossom royalty selection process and festival events to the crowning of the 100th royal court in the Spring of 2019. Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Info: wenatcheevalleymuseum.org.

Mamma Mia!, 4/29, 30, 5/1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 7:30, 5/3, 10, 4 p.m. Music Theatre of Wenatchee’s Apple Blossom musical. Numerica Performing Arts Center. Cost: $20 – $33. Info: numericapac.org.

Apple blossom Golf Tournament, 4/30, 9:30 a.m. Awards, raffle and a hole-in-one contest. Highlander Golf Course. Info: appleblossom.org.

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