Arts / Entertainment

New Venues Make For Biggest First Friday Art Walk To Hit Downtown Wenatchee

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 largest number of venues they’ve ever had for the art walk, including Beauty of Bronze at the Museum, new venues Gypsy Lotus and Designer Floors, regulars like Mela and…

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9th Annual NCW Community Success Summit Comes To Pateros Nov. 15

IRIS – the Initiative for Rural Innovation & Stewardship – will showcase success stories at the 9th annual NCW Community Success Summit in Pateros Thursday, Nov. 15. “Pateros Strong” is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pateros School Gym in Pateros. Organizers Nancy Warner and Angela Morris join Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning…

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Downtown Wenatchee Banners Honoring Local Veterans

With Veterans Day around the corner, the Wenatchee Downtown Association has partnered with Wenatchee Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3617  to honor a veteran or someone currently on active duty in the military from the greater Wenatchee area. Large banners will hang in the downtown core the entire month of November 2018 and 2019 in conjunction…

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Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra Kicks Off Season Oct. 6 With ‘Innocence And Experience’

The Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director and Conductor Nikolas Caoile joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about their season opener tomorrow night at the Numeria PAC of “Innocence and Experience,” featuring the music of Verdi, Mozart, Strauss and Mendelssohn. Caoile said they’ll also feature the 2018 Young Musician Competition winner violinist Keeley Brooks in the first movement of…

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