Celebrate With Us
Celebrate with Us!
It’s NWPB’s hundredth birthday! To celebrate a century of news and storytelling, we want to bring the party into some of the communities that have supported the station over all these years. Businesses across the region are partnering with us to offer free goodies and discounts over the December 9 – 11 weekend. Find the celebration happening near you and enjoy a birthday treat while supplies last. Thanks for 100 years … here’s to 100 more!
Free coffee at the D&M Coffee downtown location or at either D&M drive-thru location from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, December 10.
Essencia Artisan Bakery
Free coffee and pastries, from 7 AM to 10 AM on Saturday, December 10.
Mela Coffee Roasting Company
Free coffee from 7 AM to 11 AM on Saturday, December 10.
Mid-Columbia/Tri-Cities & Walla Walla Valley
Adventures Underground Caterpillar Café
Enjoy free NWPB birthday treats, beginning at 10 AM on Saturday, December 10. Located in Richland’s Uptown Shopping Center.
Dayton Historic Depot
Enjoy a free hot drink and NWPB birthday treat on Saturday, December 10. Museum and gift shop is open from 11 AM to 4 PM.
Gesa Power House Theater
Walla Walla, WA
Enjoy a birthday treat at the “A Celtic Christmas” performance on Friday, December 9 at 7 PM.
The Bellingham Symphony Orchestra
Receive a free, enjoy-at-home cocoa during the “Holiday Magic!” performance on Sunday, December 11 at the Mount Baker Theatre.
Mount Vernon, WA
Enjoy free popcorn during the 9:55 AM MET Live in HD showing of “The Hours” and during the 7:00 PM screening of Disney’s “Frozen” on Saturday, December 10.
Pickford Film Center
Enjoy free popcorn with any film screening on Saturday, December 10. Visit pickfordfilmcenter.org for listings and showtimes.
$1 off all coffee and beverage orders, beginning at 8 AM on Saturday, December 10. (While supplies last.)
Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre
Free coffee and pastries for the MET Live in HD showing of “The Hours” at 9:55 AM and free popcorn for the evening showing of “Tár” at 7 PM on Saturday December 10. (While supplies last.)
Roost Coffee & Market
$1 off all coffee and beverage orders, beginning at 7 AM on Saturday, December 10. (While supplies last.)
Washington State University
Enjoy free coffee and a cookie while meeting NWPB staff, and take home some NWPB merch. Find us in the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center from 8 AM to 12 PM on Saturday, December 10. (While supplies last.)
Arts + Culture | Community Partners on NWPB
Spotlight on Sponsors: Independent Bookstores
Independent booksellers bring a world of ideas to your community. That’s why NWPB is proud to spotlight Independent Bookstore Day, celebrated Saturday, April 24th. Our local bookshops provide an in-person, over-the-phone and online connection ideas, experiences, and entertainment. Among the bookshops we recognize for their vital service are these NWPB sponsors:
How are other of your favorite community groups responding to Covid-19 protocols?
The non-profit organizations that support NWPB are prioritizing your health while working to produce and provide access to music, art and culture. Locate your community on the map and peruse the latest updates from the organizations that make the place we call home so special.
The Pacific Northwest is home to a rich array of organizations centered on the arts, history, and nature. If this partial list has piqued your interest, we encourage you to seek out other museums and experiences via local cultural and educational organizations.
NWPB is proud to partner with local non-profits, now and always.
A Book For All Seasons, Leavenworth
Applesox Baseball Club, Wenatchee
Central Basin Community Concert Association
Columbia Basin Allied Arts, Moses Lake
Community Foundation of NCW, Wenatchee
Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Ellensburg
Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, Leavenworth
Jazz in the Valley, Ellensburg
KEEN – Kittitas Environmental Education Network
Methow Music Festival, Winthrop
Othello Sandhill Crane Festival
Quincy Valley Historical Society
The Seasons Performance Hall, Yakima
Two Rivers Art Gallery, Wenatchee
Wenatchee Downtown Association
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
Yakima Valley Community Foundation
Academy of the Children’s Theatre, Richland
Adventures Underground, Richland
Blue Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Council
Community Unitarian Universalist Church, Pasco
Custer’s Arts & Craft Shows, Pasco
Gesa Power House Theatre, Walla Walla
Hanford High School Drama, Richland
Harper Joy Theatre, Walla Walla
Mid-Columbia Libraries, Regional
Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, Richland
Mid-Columbia Symphony, Richland
Richland Public Library Foundation
Sheehan Gallery – Whitman College
The Rude Mechanicals, Regional
Three Rivers Folk Life Society
Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival
Celtic Arts Foundation, Mount Vernon
Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival, Port Angeles
Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham
Pacific Baroque Festival, Victoria, BC
Pacific Northwest Opera, Mount Vernon
Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, La Conner
Paint the Peninsula, Port Angeles
Pickford Film Center, Bellingham
Sustainable Connections, Bellingham
Victoria Conservatory of Music, Victoria, BC
Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, Uniontown
Auditorium Chamber Music Series, Moscow
Festival Dance & Performing Arts, Moscow
Heart of the Arts, Inc., Moscow
Idaho Chapter of the Sierra Club
Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, Moscow
Latah County Historical Society
Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, Moscow
Monastery of St. Gertrude, Cottonwood
Palouse and LC Valley: WSU Foley Institute
University of Idaho Dept of Theatre Arts
University of Idaho Martin Institute
Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Lewis County Historical Society