Arts / Entertainment

Non-Profit Icicle Fund Celebrating 20 Years Of Helping Other Non-Profits

Supporting the environment, the arts and local history in North Central Washington is the mission of the Icicle Fund. And the non-profit is celebrating two decades of that work. They hosted a soirée at Snow Owl Theater in Leavenworth last night, with supporters and partners from throughout the region. KOHO’s Dan Langager was there and…

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Prey’s Fruit Barn Hosting 40th Birthday Party Today

It’s time to celebrate local growers. After 40 years, Prey’s Fruit Barn in Peshastin is now one of the largest fruit stands in Washington. They’re hosting a 40th anniversary party today and their Manager Chuck Reppas swung by KOHO to give us the details.      

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What’s Your Carbon Footprint? NCW Eco-Challenge Starts May 6

The North Central Washington EcoChallenge is back this year and looking for participants in Chelan and Douglas Counties. This program seeks to inform locals about climate change and carbon footprints, while keeping things entertaining. It starts this Monday, May 6th and runs through the 19th. Joining Dan Langager in the KOHO studio is Jana Fischback, Executive Director…

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First Friday Art Walk – Blossom Days & Apple Blossom

Kasey Koski, Exhibits Curator at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, swings by the KOHO studio to talk about First Friday events tonight throughout downtown Wenatchee, featuring the new Apple Blossom Centennial exhibit “Blossom Days,” other blossom-themed shows and more.

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KOHO Outdoor Report – Wenatchee Valley Velo Bike Club

In this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report, Dan Langager talks with Ace Bollinger with the Wenatchee Valley Velo Club about this weekend’s Tour de Bloom Bike Race. It features legs throughout the Wenatchee Valley, from Plain and Waterville, to Wenatchee and Malaga, featuring hundreds of racers from across the country.

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Immigration Theme of 2019 YWCA Stand Against Racism Campaign

Every April, YWCA of North Central Washington and other chapters across the country and the world host Stand Against Racism. It’s a campaign that provides an opportunity for communities across the U.S. to unite their voices to educate, advocate, and promote racial justice, said Alejandra Castillo, the CEO of YWCA USA. This year’s theme for Stand…

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Spring Sensations – Leavenworth’s First ‘Restaurant Week’ Starts Today

The Leavenworth region exports the largest organic pear harvests in the U.S. To celebrate, the Bavarian Village turns culinary in April with a month-long “prost” to the pear called Spring Sensations. Morgan Eastman, the Events Director for the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce, joins us to talk about Spring Sensations and the first-ever Restaurant Week. Stay…

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