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Tonasket Farmers Market
Every Thursday from 3pm to 7pm in Triangle Park, at the north end of Tonasket across from Beyers Market
From May through October
Trolls July 18/19
Secret Life of Pets July 25/26
Open Season August 12
The Croods August 15/16
Snack combo small popcorn & small soda $5.00
Goat Peak Lookout | Mazama, WA
Round Trip: 4.2 Miles
Elevation: 1480 Feet
PARKING PASS: Northwest Forest Pass
The Goat Peak Lookout is a challenging 4.2 mile hike (round trip) to the USFS lookout atop one of the hallmark topographical features of the Upper Methow.
This year's Apple Pie Jamboree is full of great events, fun, friends and family! There will be jet-ski races, jamboree jog-a-thon race, hoop shoot fundraiser, quilt show, bingo, dunk tank, kids games, live music, car show, 27th anniversary Ray Stanley memorial bass tournament, salmon dinner, street dance, fireworks, and so much more entertainment,! How could anyone not have a great time!
Art Walk at Esther Bricques Winery
Sunday, July 22nd
Featuring works by Local Artists
Visit, View, and Purchase works by Okanogan County artists
Esther Bricques Winery: Wine for purchase and live music
Farm to Educate
Educational experiences developed at the Okanogan Highlands Lavender Farm will empower individuals to unite around philosophies that deeply matter to them and the environment around them as one entity.
Two nights of international short films and local wines.
Friday, $10.00, Saturday, $10.00
Music Starts at 5:00pm Films start at 7:00pm.
Both nights, Festival Pass $18.00. Different films each night.
Watch globally, drink locally.
Big Yard Sale at Hillside Apartments, 515 Tonasket Ave, Tonasket WA 98855
August 09, 2018 through August 12, 2018
Stampede Grounds, Omak Eastside Park
Join the fun and excitement in Pateros Memorial Park, along Lakeshore Drive. Watch the limited hydro's skip across the Columbia River and roar past the crowds. There isn't a bad seat in the house as these boats race around the course just off the park. With lots of shade, breeze off the water, food and vendors, who wouldn't enjoy these races?August 18, 2018 through August 19, 2018
Sure to please not only the garlic lover, but the whole family! Local garlic growers; local vendors, fun activities, live music, food booths, benefit raffle
Buy your gate admission in advance online and skip the lines at the gate. Corporate Perks members save $3.50 off the General gate price and $2.00 off the Senior/Child price!
2018 WASHINGTON STATE FAIR
Aug. 31 - Sept. 23, 2018 - Closed Tuesdays & Sept. 5 (Wed)
Open Labor Day weekend!
Exhibits:4H, Arts and Crafts, Girls Scouts, Home Economic, Floriculture, Horticulture, Dogs, Rabbits,Poulty, Horses, Goats/Alpaca, Swine, Sheep, Beef/Dairy cattleLivestock.
City Town-Wide Yard Sales
Sponsored by Lady Bugs
September 09, 2018
Tonasket Rodeo Grounds
Get up close and personal with hawks, eagles, and falcons!
Join the Chelan and Entiat Ranger Districts, North Central Washington Audubon Society, and HawkWatch International this fall for the ninth annual Chelan Ridge Hawk Migration Festival!
This family-friendly event combines free activities in Pateros’ Memorial Park with trips to Chelan Ridge to learn about and celebrate raptors as they journey to winter territories. At the park, participants will fi nd vendors, live raptors, interpretive booths, and projects for kids.
Friday night, September 14, we will offer a workshop with an expert from HawkWatch International on raptor migration and fi eld identifi cation to prepare you for your trip up to the ridge. The trip to and from Chelan Ridge lasts four hours and can include seeing banded raptors released. From 8 am to noon, there will be a field trip to Wells Wildlife Refuge. We are working on other field trips as well.
More information and on-line registration for the trip to Chelan Ridge, fi eld trip(s), and workshop will be available July 15 at www.ncwaudubon.org. If you have any questions please contact Richard Scranton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harvest Festival in the scenic Grand Coulee Dam Area is a special event featuring a Pacific Northwest BBQ Association-sanctioned barbecue competition, motorcycle poker run, beer garden, community-wide yard sale, food booths, and arts & crafts vendors. Plus, we have a variety of popular activities for adults and children alike, including human foosball competitions, pumpkin & zucchini decorating, water balloons, face painting and a magnificent bubble station. The ever-popular Run the Dam event happens this weekend as well! With lots to see and do in the Coulee, come join in the fun!
Sampling: Saturday and Sunday 12pm-3pm, 4 samples for $10
The creation of the band was originally inspired by the life story of lead singer, Benjamin Doerr's grandfather, who grew up in the south of France, came of age under the Nazi occupation and went on to fight with the Free French, liberating France at the end of World War II
Silent Auction of Trees
29 Trees decorated by Non-Profit groups within Okanogan County will be displayed at 12 Tribes during the Holiday Season starting November 7th with a silent auction until November 30th Gala with a live auction. Gala is sponsored by 12 Tribes with Conconully and Omak Chambers hosting the event. Tickets for the Gala are on sale by Nonprofit groups participating in event for $20.
Gala, Trees for Non-Profit :
Team Races down Main St. for prizes.
The event features head-to-head races within stated divisions with champions being awarded at end of each division. The race course is a snow-covered Main Street.
9:00-11:00 Registration 11:00-12:00 Show and Shine, 12:00 Parade followed by Beginning of Races
Starting on Main Street by Red Rock Salon. End of race is just north of Conconully Community Hall
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