Gonzaga professor to speak on ethics and global warming

WATERVILLE — Ethicist and Gongaza University professor Brian G. Henning will visit the Waterville Library to present the program “Heating Up: The Ethics of Climate Change” at 6 p.m. March 8. The library is located at 107 W. Locust St. Henning is a professor of philosophy and chairman of the Environmental Studies Department at Gonzaga. He will discuss how global warming is a symptom...
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Lego event on March 2

WENATCHEE — Do you have an interest in building and creating things with Legos? Come join the fun at Nick’s Bricks, the annual Lego event at Pybus Market, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 2. Nick’s Bricks  is in memory of Nicholas H. Vitulli, who was an enthusiast of Legos. Lego activities will include a make and take, displays, robotics demonstrations, and jewelry and spaceship making....
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Writers will read at The Grove March 6

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley College Writers Winter Reading will be held at 2 p.m. March 6 in The Grove Recital Hall at the Music and Art Center (MAC) on the WVC campus. Writers are Suzanne Matson, Edward Harkness and WVC Omak instructor Peter Donahue. The reading is free and open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Wenatchee Valley College English Department,  the Alcoa...
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Museum program brings historical Apple Blossom figures to life

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center will present its next “People of Our Past” program Feb. 23-24. Local actors will bring back five historical figures from Wenatchee’s past celebrating 100 years of the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival. The performance will feature Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wagner portrayed by Steve and Marile Kunkle; Queen Rosella Corle...
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Players cast sign books, photos

Waterville Players members were at the Waterville Library Feb. 8 dressed in costume and eager to let everyone know of their upcoming performances Feb. 22-23.
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Write on the River presents open mic night

EAST WENATCHEE — Write On The River presents its next Four Minutes of Fame event at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at Bob’s Burgers & Brew, 795 Grant Road in East Wenatchee. Four Minutes of Fame is a free, casual way to enjoy local writers reading their original work including poetry, essays, short fiction, a journal entry or novel excerpt. This is not a competition, performance, slam or critique,...
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Rails & Ales brings winter sports competition to town

WENATCHEE — Numerica Credit Union, Mission Ridge and Badger Mountain Brewing will once again present the fifth annual Rails & Ales event on Orondo Avenue in downtown Wenatchee at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 15. Snow and terrain park features from the mountain will be brought down for an evening of skiing and snowboarding in the heart of downtown Wenatchee. Rails & Ales attracts some of the best...
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Nate Weakley Project at Pybus on Feb. 15

WENATCHEE — The Nate Weakley Project will perform at the next Friday Night Music event at Pybus Market from 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 15. Band members are Nate Weakley, Evan Anderson on bass, Pete Hinkle on percussion, and Steve Clem on guitar. They play a mix of acoustic classic and modern rock along with original material. For more information, visit pybuspublicmarket.org.
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Kids Carnival at Pybus

WENATCHEE — It’s an afternoon of fun for the kids! Wenatchee area Kiwanis Clubs and Key Clubs will host a Kids Carnival from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Feb. 16 in the Pybus Market Events Room. The carnival is free to all children from kindergarten through fifth grade. There will be carnival games, prizes, face painting and more. Children must be accompanied by adults. For more information,...
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Library art program with clay

As part of its Friday afternoon art programs, Waterville Library is offering a "Clay for Kids" class each first Friday of the month.
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