Event Series Ceramics for Adults

Ceramics for Adults

Artisans at the Dahmen Barn 419 N Parkway, Uniontown, WA, United States

Register By: 48 hours in advance " A la Carte" Clay Classes10 classes for $275 or 5 classes for $175. Take classes in any order, consecutive or ala carte. Registrations will be accepted at any time during this period. All class fees must be paid at time of registration. The fee includes instruction, supplies and […]


Cyanotype Workshop

Wenatchee River Institute 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA, United States

Join us for an introduction to the creative art of Cyanotypes! Learn how to create blue photogram prints with this non-toxic antique photographic process. We will place found objects from nature (such as leaves and flowers) on sheets of paper coated with a light-sensitive solution. The images will be exposed by the sun and made […]


Community Talks: Storyteller and Storytelling

Upper Kittitas County Senior Center 719 E. Third St., Cle Elum, WA, United States

Unlock the art of storytelling with yarn spinner Elaine Bleggi. Hear stories and learn to tell your own. An engaging experience, free for all ages.

Event Series Naturalists on the River

Naturalists On The River

Wenatchee River Institute 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA, United States

Join Wenatchee River Institute, in partnership with Leavenworth Outdoor Center, on a relaxing evening paddle down the Wenatchee River. This is a guided trip that will introduce you to the plants (flora) and animals (fauna) of our diverse river area (riparian zone). You will learn how to be a better observer of nature and be […]


PWS: Food Preservation Series

WWCC Water and Environmental Center 640 Water Center Drive, Walla Walla, WA, United States

This hands-on workshop mini series with Farmer Jennifer Kleffner, teaches food preservation methods. Fermentation (2/6/24), pickling (2/13/24), making jams (2/20/24), jellies & chutneys and freezing and drying foods (2/27/24) will be presented. SLC's Public Workshop Series (PWS) workshops are open to the public and are offered on a 'Pay What You Can' basis. Registration is […]

Intermediate/Advanced Drop-In Ballet Class

Dance Fremont 8420 Greenwood Ave N, 2nd Floor, Seattle, WA, United States

Come dance with us! Our open classes are for ages 15 to Adult, and are geared toward Intermediate to Intermediate-Advanced and Professional dancers. Our instructors each bring a unique style and approach to class, offering personal feedback and thoughtful concepts in a warm, supportive atmosphere. Open classes focus on healthy placement with an emphasis on […]


Ellensburg Wind Storytellers

Hal Holmes Community Center 209 N Ruby ST, Ellensburg, WA, United States

Stories. We all have them; we all tell them, all the time. We may not think of them as stories, but who we are is our stories, whether they are true, fanciful, folkloric, or whatever. Come to listen or to tell as the Ellensburg Wind Storytellers continue this 3rd Wed., Oct. 18, from 6 to […]


Soil Health and Cropping Systems Tour

Uniontown, WA

Join Palouse Conservation District and University of Idaho Extension to learn about soil moisture, soil health, beneficial insects, and livestock integration. Local producers will share insights from cover crop and winter wheat variety trials on their operations.


Plant Foraging Workshop: Fireweed

Wenatchee River Institute 347 Division Street, Leavenworth, WA, United States

Join WRI for our Plant Foraging Series. We will be hosting plant foraging workshops to introduce people to the abundance of local plants and their edible, medicinal, and functional uses. Each workshop will feature a new plant at its unique harvest time. Participants will learn hands-on how to identify, harvest, propagate, and make use of […]

Pay What You Can
Event Series Wednesday Wenatchee Birding

Wednesday Wenatchee Birding

Walla Walla Point Park At the swimming pond, Wenatchee, WA, United States

Go birding with knowledgeable WRI staff around Walla Walla Point Park and the Horan Natural Area in Wenatchee! All birding skill levels are welcome. Need binoculars? We have loaner binoculars that you can borrow. This is a great opportunity to learn about eBird, the largest biodiversity-related community science project in the world, and utilize it […]