2017-03-19

Events for this week

Sunday

 

March 19

19

8:30 a.m.

Whether you communicate on Facebook or face to face, it matters how you communicate with others. "Power Up Your Communication, Power Up Your Farm" is an opportunity to learn how to use your communication style to build personal and business relationships. Find out how to improve business strategies, motivate employees, work with a family farm and increase business skills. This is a great opportunity to meet other women involved in agriculture and build networks.

19

10 a.m.

Sunday Service to begin November 13th at 10am. Calvary Chapel Cross Roads Mission is a nondenominational Christian church, teaching the Bible, verse by verse chapter by chapter.

19

11:30 a.m.

Bring a friend & spend the afternoon with us! Cost to play starts at $7.00. Come, have fun & W-I-N!! Doors open at 11:30am, first number called at 1:00pm. Snack Shack will be open for lunch at noon. *$500 guaranteed Special Blackout!* Questions? Call 509-662-7036.

19

2 p.m.

"Let us tell you our story, guide you though our vineyard, crush pad and production facility. Then sample our fine wines while strolling through our 3,000 square foot gift shop!"

19

4 p.m.

Prenatal Yoga is an excellent way to prepare your body and mind for labor and parenthood while relieving many pains and discomforts of pregnancy. These classes combine strength training, flexibility, balancing poses and breath work that are designed for both the novice and experienced yoga practitioner. Safe modifications of standard yoga postures will be offered. Come connect with other pregnant women in our community while taking care of your body and baby. All stages of pregnancy welcome!

Monday

 

March 20

20

10:30 a.m.

Come Join National Osteoporosis Foundation Fitness Trainer chosen for the last week of July 2016. Ageless Grace is now available. A Silver Sneaker FLEX Class- Improve cardiovascular fitness, joint mobility and blood circulation. You can sit or exercise unassisted. Monday, Wednesdays. & Fridays, 10:30-11:30 am at the Shalom Church, 1052 Valley Mall Parkway,.. For more details & to sign up for the class contact Leanne. Walk ins are welcome. Cost: $5 per class of covered by Medicare Advantage plans

20

11 a.m.

The class will meet : 1/16, 1/23, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27. Chronic pain is a complex, multi-dimensional condition that can have profound effects on every aspect of a person’s life. Activities that were once easy and a source of joy are lost. Everyone has advice, and yet no one can really understand your particular pain experience.This class teaches participants ways to effectively take charge of their own pain management and lower your pain levels. Join with others who have similar challenges.

20

noon

Toddler Group meets at noon Mondays at the Wenatchee Library, in addition to Mother-Baby group at 1:00 pm The group meets downstairs in the Children’s Wing. This play-time focuses on movement, exploration, and learning to play together. It’s also a time for parents to visit, connect, and find ongoing support.

20

1 p.m.

The Wenatchee Mother-Baby Support group exists to support all mothers through the ups and downs of having a new baby! Sponsored by Confluence Health, we meet downstairs in the Children's wing of the Wenatchee Public Library. We welcome any mother and baby to come find support, conversation, and encouragement.

20

4 p.m.

Grab a friend and join us in celebrating the arrival of spring at O'Grady's Pantry and Mercantile and Aspen Leaf Day Spa. Browse the Mercantile, the spa boutique and jewelry by local artisans. Enjoy an afternoon of pampering in the hands of the experts at Aspen Leaf Day Spa, and catch up with friends over a cocktail and a bite to eat.

20

6 p.m.

Interested in discussing and learning crafts and customs of the Middle Ages? If you live in Chelan or Douglas County in north central Washington state and love ancient history, join us! Our group, a local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism, sponsors an annual Equestrian event in October that features chariot archery, jousting, and other fun historical activities. We meet the third Monday of the month to plan other meet ups to learn crafts of the Middle Ages.

20

6:45 p.m.

BSF Group
Wenatchee

BSF, Bible Study Fellowship, is a free, non-denominational bible study group for women of all ages. Children's bible study takes place concurrently for school-aged children.

20

7:30 p.m.

Wenatchee Community Concerts present it's fourth concert. Alina Kiyayeva is a Professional concert pianist and chamber musician. Doors open at 7:00PM with early entrance for those requiring additional help with seating. The concert begins at 7:30PM

Tuesday

 

March 21

21

2 p.m.

Dance to great live music from Tom and Marv or just listen and have some fun. $3.00 per person. Questions? Call 662-7036 for more information.

21

5 p.m.

Join us each Tuesday for a fun-filled evening of B-I-N-G-O! at the Wenatchee Valley Senior Activity Center. The snack bar opens at 5 pm. We serve an assortment of snack food, to include: Nachos, Hot-dogs, Veggie Trays, Ice Cream and other tasty treats! The first number is called at 6:15 pm.

21

5:15 p.m.

A great place to start for total beginners or for those who wish to move at a slower pace. We focus on core strength, flexibility and balance, systematically moving through many common yoga poses. Participants can make up a missed class (or two) at Evolve Local Yoga during the course of the series. (Evolve Class Passes MAY be used to drop in to classes in this series.) To register please make checks payable to Cashmere United Methodist and mail to Joanna Dunn at PO Box 611 Leavenworth, WA 98826

21

5:30 p.m.

This free class, taught in English, covers the 100 civics exam questions and is intended for permanent residents who are ready to apply for citizenship. February 28th is the first class in a series of 12 sessions. Please contact the Literacy Council at (509) 682-6966 or literacycouncil@cdcac.org to register.

21

5:30 p.m.

Tuesday Night Youth bowling league is for children ages 5-19. Beginners are always welcome. League runs from now through the end of March (possibly into April). Our youngest bowlers K-2nd grade bowl 2 games and our older bowlers 3rd -12th grade bowl 3 games each week. Coaches are available each week to help bowlers learn the sport of bowling. Space is limited please email the Youth League to make sure on availability at wenatcheeyouthbowling@outlook.com.

21

6:30 p.m.

We move at a faster pace through poses and include sun salutations and inversions. Students should be familiar with basic yoga poses and be prepared to transition from one pose to another easily. Participants can make up a missed class at Evolve Local Yoga during the course of the series. Evolve Class Passes MAY be used to drop in to classes in this series.To register, please make checks payable to Cashmere United Methodist Church and mail to Joanna Dunn: PO Box 611 Leavenworth, WA 98826

21

7 p.m.

Story teller, adventure cyclist, and author Willie Weir has bicycled all over the globe, but his biggest travel challenge came close to home when he and his wife Kat attempted to bicycle across Washington State with their timid rescue dog Tiva, the Reluctant Traveler. If you love dogs, bicycles, travel, or outdoor adventure, you won't want to miss this heartwarming tale of love, patience, and persistence. Presentation to benefit the Friends of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail.

21

7 p.m.

"Come in every Tuesday night to test your knowledge of current events, sports, science, pop culture and more. Questions start flying shortly after 7pm, so bring your thinking caps, leave your smart phones, and enjoy a night out with friends."

Wednesday

 

March 22

22

7 p.m.

"Looking for some midweek mayhem? Look no further than Sergio and his eclectic blend of great music from a variety of talented locals!"

Thursday

 

March 23

23

10 a.m.

Join Catholic Family and Child Service for a free fun and interactive time for your child to learn through play.

23

5:15 p.m.

Similar to yoga and meditation, essential oils have been used for thousands of years to improve mental clarity, ease stress & anxiety and support a healthy immune system. When used together, yoga and oils can heighten our awareness of the connection between mind and body, generate a deeper spiritual experience and activate the main energy centers of the physical body. Our sense of smell is a pathway to the brain’s limbic system, which supports functions such as emotion, behavior and motivation.

23

7:30 p.m.

Join our new Acro Fit Program! Taught by Coaches Erin Mauk and Rebekah Osborn from Acro Yoga Meet Ups at Wasington Park, as featured in the Wenatchee World. This class explores partner yoga and acrobatics. We focus on increasing strength, flexibility, trust and confidence. Skill level ranges from beginner to advanced. You will be partnered to learn how to be a base and a flyer in acrobatic partner poses. Everyone is welcome and no partner is necessary.

23

8 p.m.

Leapin’ Lizards. Don’t miss Annie! The timeless story. The classic characters. The world’s most beloved musical makes its way to Leavenworth. Uplifting and just as much fun as ever, Annie is a musical gift complete with that eternal anthem of optimism, ’Tomorrow’. You can bet your bottom dollar that you’ll love it!

Friday

 

March 24

24

2 p.m.

"Let us tell you our story, guide you through our vineyard, crush pad and production facility. Then sample our fine wines while strolling through our 3,000 square foot gift shop!"

24

5 p.m.

We are excited you are JUMP STARTING YOUR SUMMER WITH US! Come play on our inflatables, family swim, camp registrations, climbing wall, Y Fit Kids, and vendors to inlcude: Wenatchee Museum, Library, Child Life stuffed animal clinic, Chelan Douglas Land Trust and MUCH more! Something for everyone.

24

5:30 p.m.

On Friday, March 24th, OHA celebrates 25 years of action with a fundraising CD release concert and dinner at the Community Cultural Center of Tonasket. Highland Voices is a compilation album that expresses our sense of place, concern for conservation and clean water, and the beauty of our natural world. Join us for an evening of delicious food, original music, drawings for special items, auctions, and appreciation for the people who have been a part of OHA over the years.

24

6:30 p.m.

Open Mic
East Wenatchee

Open Mic for ANYONE who would like to share their talent. Music, Spoken Word or Comedy. Sound system is provided. Every Friday night..

24

7 p.m.

YWCA’s 60th Anniversary Orange Carpet Affair, is YWCA’s major fundraiser for 2017. We will roll out the ‘Orange Carpet’ for our many donors, volunteers, and constituents to help celebrate 60 amazing years of service to our community! We invite you to join us for heavy hors d’oeuvres and no host bar and entertainment on Friday, March 24th 2017 at Red Lion Hotel. We hope you will join us both in person. All proceeds go to the YWCA NCW provides critical housing services to homeless populations.

Saturday

 

March 25

25

8:30 a.m.

Youth bowling league is for children ages 5-19. Beginners are always welcome. League runs from now through the end of March (possibly into April). Our youngest bowlers K-2nd grade bowl 2 games and our older bowlers 3rd -12th grade bowl 3 games each week. Coaches are available each week to help bowlers learn the sport of bowling.

25

9:55 a.m.

James Levine conducts a rare Met revival of Mozart’s Idomeneo, set in the aftermath of the Trojan War. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle’s classic production, which has its first Met revival in over a decade this season, stars Matthew Polenzani in the title role. The cast also includes Elza van den Heever as Elettra, Nadine Sierra as Ilia, Alice Coote as Idamante, and Alan Opie as Arbace.

25

10 a.m.

Icicle Valley Trout Unlimited Chapter #391is hosting a fishing equipment and general outdoor gear exchange at the covered playground at Osborn Elementary School in Leavenworth. There is no charge to attend as a buyer. Donations to the Chapter’s conservation and youth education projects are welcome. Sellers will be charged $10 for a 10’ X 10’ space to display their wares. Children under nine years old receive a free fishing rod and reel while supplies last. See website for additional details.

25

2 p.m.

"Let us tell you our story, guide you through our vineyard, crush pad and production facility. Then sample our fine wines while strolling through our 3,000 square foot gift shop!"