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News & Events

Event articles and listings below are generously provided by Methow Arts Alliance, a non-profit organization located in Twisp, WA. CLICK HERE FOR CLASS AND WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITIES (methowarts.org)

Concert in support of Smokejumper Base

Sat, June 16, 3pm, 2018

Live music 4-10pm with Terry Hardesty and the Last Outlaws, Danbert Nobacon & the Axis of Dissent, Sky Kyss, Danville, Meghan Colleen and her fabulous Back Up Band, Laura Love & the Family Dog, Dan Mahre of Inland Folk and more.
In addition to the music festival, take a tour of the Traveling Smokejumper Museum located at TwispWorks nooon-3pm. READ MORE

Exhibits at Confluence Gallery

Opening reception, Sat, May 26, 4-8pm; Runs through June 30, 2018

Snk’lip Nc’aps: Coyote Winked; Native Art from the Indigenous Plateau Confluence Gallery invites the public to the gallery opening for both our Main Gallery and Community Gallery on May 26, 2018. The opening for  Snk’lip Nc’aps: Coyote Winked and Inflorescence runs 5-8pm. Confluence Gallery holds and opens two shows simultaneously: One in the larger main… [Read More]

 

A Bicycle-Inspired Methow Arts Festival

Wed, July 4, 11:30-4pm, 2018

31st ANNUAL METHOW ARTS FEST   FEATURING The Paperboys, TrialStars bicycle stuntriders from Vancouver, Aerial Arts with Sarah Prochnau, Keeley Brooks, 3 Pie Eating Contests, a Bicycle Procession, and BEER GARDEN, OVER A DOZEN HANDS-ON ART BOOTHS, LOCAL FOOD ZONE. Join us for a bicycle inspired Arts Festival on Wednesday, July 4th in the Twisp… [Read More]

 

 

 

Everything from clarinet to bulb horns at this summer’s chamber music festival

July 26-Aug 4, 2018

There’ll be a pianist and a clarinetist, both prize-winning virtuosos; one of the world’s most acclaimed string quartets; a mezzo-soprano; three percussionists; and 12 bulb horns – in just five concerts. The Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, known for mixing unusual performers with classic repertoire and exciting new works, is living up to its reputation… [Read More]


Cascadia Music’s Upcoming Concerts

Spring 2018

Pipestone Music Days May 18 and 19, 2018 Cascadia Music and the Pipestone School of Music are pleased to present an evening of music by Rachmaninof, Mozart, Corelli and John Philip Sousa. Soloists Rachael Nesvig, Jessica Jasper, Michael Brady and Merit Award winner Lena Nelson will perform in the concert at the Methow Valley Community… [Read More]

 

Open Studio Saturdays@TwispWorks

Spring 2018

 Saturdays are the perfect time to visit the TwispWorks campus! Visit with working artists, tour studios and shop for unique local goods. Attend a workshop or visit the Methow Valley Interpretive Center. Tour the Native Plant Demonstration and Natural Dye Gardens. Or just relax with a beer at the OSB Taproom or a… [Read More]


Wanna Dance?

Spring 2018

Freestyle Dance Bring a body that wants to move and share this open space we’re creating for heart-centered freestyle dance at the Twisp Movement Center. In this dance, there are no “wrong” moves. Dance through a variety of music and rhythms. Surrender to the way your body desires to express itself, and tap into 


eqpd: “First Thursday” Fix Your Gear Night

First Thursdays each month, 4-7pm, 2018

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First Thursday every month from 4-7pm Do you have some outdoor items that need mending? Don’t buy new stuff–come down to sports manufacturer eqpd for this FREE monthly Fix Your Gear Night! eqpd founder Jonathan Baker and his team will fix your damaged sports gear–sleeping bags, jackets, tents and more–so bring ‘em on down! DATE:… [Read More]

 

Methow Kids’ Fishing Day 2018

Sat, June 9, 10-2pm, 2018

CRITTERS IN THE RIVERS Partnership blends art and environmental education for interdisciplinary learning An original block print design by Methow Valley sixth grade student Dalton Evans will be featured on t-shirts commemorating the 2018 Methow Kids’ Free Fishing Day, which is part of National Fishing and Boating Week. Additional designs were chosen to be featured… [Read More]

 

What’s the buzz? Confluence Gallery Holds Birds and Bees Art Exhibit

Opening reception, July 7, 4-8pm; Runs through Aug 11, 2018

By Rose Weagant Olcott In 1918 Congress passed the Migratory Bird Treaty Act to protect birds from wanton killing, and the National Geographic, Audubon Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and others have declared 2018 as the Year of the Bird in celebration of the centennial. Caryl Campbell, the Birds and Bees volunteer curator, wants to… [Read More]

 

Bike America

July 13-22, 2018

by Mike Lew July 13th – 22nd This summer, peddle along a cross-country journey with feckless heroine Penny, who is searching for meaning in her life on a bicycling trip from Boston to California, in The Merc Playhouse’s production of Bike America.  After leaving her boyfriend behind to find a lifestyle that suits her and… [Read More]

 

Cascadia Music Presents George Winston

Tues, Sept 25, 7pm, 2018

Renowned pianist George Winston returns to the Methow Valley to perform at the Community Center in Twisp Tuesday, September 25. George grew up mainly in Montana, and spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida. During this time, his favorite music was instrumental Rock and R&B. Inspired by Jazz, Blues and Rock, George began… [Read More]

 


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