Mar
1
to Oct 31

Rocky Reach Hydro Project

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The Wenatchee Valley is blessed with abundant natural resources including the Columbia River, which provides affordable and renewable hydroelectric power for local residents and visitors. A day trip to Rocky Reach Dam is fun and informative. Self-guided tours of the powerhouse include historical exhibits in the Museum of the Columbia, community art shows and displays that explain how clean, renewable hydroelectric power is generated. There is also the opportunity to see the giant generators at work from a walkway high above the powerhouse floor. Outdoors, there are acres of landscaped grounds with shady spots for picnicking, sunny lawns, a playground and geocaching. Rocky Reach Visitor Center is open daily, including weekends. For more information, call Chelan County PUD's Visitor Center at (509) 663-7522. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/VisitRockyReach.

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Apr
26
to May 6

Memorial Park Food Fair

A delicious part of the Apple Blossom Festival is the Washington State Apple Blossom Festival Food Fair in Memorial Park.  From lunch through dinner, many tasty treats satisfy the appetite and make meal plans during the Festival a snap!  There will be entertainment during the lunch and dinner hours, making the Food Fair in Memorial Park the place to be!!  Contact the Apple Blossom Festival Office at (509) 662-3616.

Vendor booths are open daily from 11am - 8pm (vendors may choose to stay open longer)
 

 

 

2018 Vendors

ALI'I HAWAIIAN SHAVE ICE - BIG KAHUNA SHAVED ICE, ALL WITH FLAVORS

BLACK KETTLE CATERING (NOW AMES CONCESSIONS)-FRESH FRUIT SMOOTHIES, SPECIALTY SMOOTHIES (COFFEE & CANDY), MILK SHAKES, ICED COFFESS, HOT SPECIALTY COFFEES, HOT CHOCOLATE, SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM, ICES TEA, COBBLER( PEACH, BERRY STRAWBERRY), FROZEN LEMONADE WITH ADDED FLAVORS, FRESH SQUEEZE LEMONADE, PEPSI FOUNTAIN DRINKS.

DIPPIN DOTS - DIPPIN DOTS ICE CREAM

INNA'S CUISINE - ARRABIATA SALMON OR CHICKEN W/CAESAR SALAD OR RICE& VEGGIES, BEEF STROGANOFF, BAKED PASTRY PIROSHKY W/BEEF & CHEESE, CABBAGE ROLLS, GREEK SANDWICH WITH BEEF OR CHICKEN, BAKLAVA, LEMONADE, PEACH LEMONADE, PEPSI PRODUCTS AND BOTTLED WATER.

KALEENKA PIROSHKY - PIROSHKY – BEEF & CHEESE, SMOKED SALMON & VEGGIES, PIROSHKY- APPLE & CINNAMON, COSSACK- POTATOES & SAUSAGE W. DILL SAUCE, STRAWBERRY LEMONADE, SODA, WATER

KEEP IT IN THE VALLEY - FUNNEL CAKES WITH VARIOUS TOPPINGS, APPLE SLICES WITH CARAMEL, CHEESE OR PEANUT BUTTER DIP, COTTON CANDY, SNO CONES, LEMONADE, STRAWBERRY LEMONADE, HOT CHOCOLATE, COFFEE, BOTTLED WATER

KOLOSSUS GYROS - PITA GYROS SANDWICH W/BEEF, LAMB, CHICKEN OR VEGETARIAN. FALEFFEL SANDWICH, GREEK SALAD, SPANAKOPITTA, HUMMUS, DOLMADES, BAKLAVA, GREEK FRIES, GREEK SALAD, LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

MARSALEES THAI FOODS - CHICKEN & BEEF SKEWERS, VEGGIES, NOODLES, EGG ROLLS, STEAMED RICE, VARIOUS COMBO PLATES, PEPSI PRODUCTS

PHILLY'S & FRIES - PHILLY SANDWICHES, ASSORTED CURLY FRIES & PEPSI PRODUCTS

SHISHKABERRY'S - CHOCOLATE (milk, dark & white) DIPPED FRUIT (STRAWBERRIES, BANANAS, & PINEAPPLE) ON A STICK, VARIOUS TOPPINGS:  NUTS, COOKIE CRUMBS, SPRINKLES & WHIPPED CREAM

TAQUERIA PICANTE - TACOS, TACO PLATE, COMBO PLATE, QUESADILLAS, BURRITOS, TORTAS, MEXICAN DRINKS, WATER AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

THE DONER HAUS - DONER SANDWICH, VEGGIE DONER, CHICKEN DONER, STEAK DONER, LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

THE RAMBLIN' GOURMET - SIRLOIN BURGER, ONION BURGER, MUSHROOM BURGER, BURGER TOPPINGS 1/4 POUND ALL BEEF HOT DOG, JUMBO HAND DIPPED CORN DOG,  JUMBO CURLY FRIES,  COFFEE, PINK LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

WHITE'S CONCESSIONS #1 - BUFFALO & GERMAN SAUSAGE, BUFFALO & SIRLOIN BURGERS, ELEPHANT EARS, INDIAN FRY BREAD, INDIAN TACOS, FT LONG & REGULAR CORN DOGS, NACHOS, BLOOMIN' ONIONS, CURLY FRIES, KIDS HOT DOGS, FAJITAS, PEPSI PRODUCTS,  LEMONADE, TEA

WHITE'S CONCESSIONS #2 - TENDERLOIN & STEAK SANDWICH, ONION RINGS, CHEDDARWURST BUN ON A STICK, HAWAIIAN BURGERS, NACHO SUPREME, FT LONG & REGULAR CORN DOGS, FRIES (STRAIGHT CUT, CURLY, FREEDOM), SLUSHIES, LEMONADE, PEPSI PRODUCTS

YC ORIENTAL FOOD - EGG ROLL, TERIYAKI CHICKEN OR BEEF, CURRY CHICKEN OVER RICE, PAN FRIED NOODLES, STIR FRY VEGETABLES, FRIED RICE, COMBINATION PLATES, ICED TEA, LEMONADE, BOTTLED WATER, AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

YOU FOUND US! - BOEHMS HAND DIPPED ICE CREAM BAR, FROZEN BANANA DIPPED IN CHOCOLATE, ICE CREAM CONES REGULAR AND WAFFLE, ROOT BEER FLOATS

ZIEGLER'S BRATWURST HAUS - AUTHENTIC GERMAN BRATWURST (PORK, BEEF, OR VEAL), JUMBO REGULAR & SPICY POLISH SAUSAGE, GERMAN WIENER,  HOT DOGS, CORN DOGS, CURLY FRIES, PEPSI PRODUCTS, LEMONADE AND BOTTLED WATER

JAVA OASIS - DEEP FRIED OREOS, TWINKIES, SNICKERS, CHURROS, CURLY FRIES, SAUSAGE CORN DOGS, ESPRESSO,GRILLED CHEESY SANDWHICH/MELTS PANINI'S,LEMONADE, SODA, FROZEN LEMONADE

**NEW** PAPA Z'S - FRESH MINI DONUTS, TOPPINGS: CINNIMON, POWERDER, CHOCOLATE, CARAMEL DRIZZLE, DONUT SMORES, DONUT SUNDAES WITH SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM, SLUSHIES, SODA, WATER.

**NEW** SMOKENHAGEN- SMOKED TURKEY LEG, PULLED PORK SANDWICH, TRI-TIP SANDWICH, COMBO MEALS, SIDEWINDER, CHICKEN STRIPS CURLY FRIES, CHIPS, FROZEN LEMONADE, LEMONADE, PEPSI FOUNTAIN DRINKS, WATER
 

 

 

2017 CONCESSIONS AWARD WINNERS

NE Creperie from Portland, OR won “Best of Show”.  They feature three savory/entrée crepes.  Sautéed Chicken, Marinated Steak and a Veggie.  They also serve a sweet crepe named NW Berry Delight with Blackberries, Strawberries, Blueberries, Nutella, Roasted Almonds, Whipped Cream and a Powdered Sugar Finish.

Black Kettle from Caldwell, ID won “Best Cleanliness/Overall Appearance.”  They feature Pulled Pork and Tri Tip Sandwiches.  And an assortment of desserts featuring Fried Pies.

Churros and More from Wenatchee, WA won the “Best Customer Service” award.  They feature Churros and Sopapillas.

Marsalees Thai Foods from Naselle, WA won “Best Food Main Dish” award.  They feature Beef & Chicken Skewers, Thai Noodles, Veggies and Egg Rolls

Taqueria Picante from Wenatchee, WA won the “Best Value” award.  They feature Torta’s, Tacos, Burritos, Quesadilla’s and Tostados.

Java Oasis from Keizer, OR won “Best Snack/Dessert” award.  They feature Deep Fried Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches, Deep Fried Oreos, Twinkies, Snickers and Churros.

2017 Concessionaire Menu's Printable Version

BLACK KETTLE CATERING - PULLED PORK & TRI-TIP SANDWICHES, BAKED POTATOES, SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM WITH TOPPINGS, MILKSHAKES, FRUIT COBBLER, FROZEN LEMONADE, REGULAR LEMONADE, AND LIMEADE. SMOOTHIES, COFFEE, BLENDED COFFEE, ICED TEA, BOTTLED WATER, AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

DIPPIN DOTS - ICE CREAM

INNA'S CUISINE - ARRABIATA SALMON OR CHICKEN W/CAESAR SALAD OR RICE& VEGGIES, BEEF STROGANOFF, BAKED PASTRY PIROSHKY W/BEEF & CHEESE, CABBAGE ROLLS, GREEK SANDWICH WITH BEEF OR CHICKEN, BAKLAVA, LEMONADE, PEACH LEMONADE, PEPSI PRODUCTS AND BOTTLED WATER.

KALEENKA PIROSHKY - PIROSHKY – BEEF & CHEESE, SMOKED SALMON & VEGGIES, PIROSHKY-APPLE & CINNIMON, COSSACK- POTATOES & SAUSAGE W. DILL SAUCE, STRAWBERRY LEMONDAE, SODA, WATER

KEEP IT IN THE VALLEY - FUNNEL CAKES WITH VARIOUS TOPPINGS, APPLE SLICES WITH CARAMEL, CHEESE OR PEANUT BUTTER DIP, COTTON CANDY, SNO CONES, LEMONADE, STRAWBERRY LEMONADE, HOT CHOCOLATE, COFFEE, BOTTLED WATER

KOLOSSUS GYROS - PITA GYROS SANDWICH W/BEEF, LAMB, CHICKEN OR VEGETARIAN. FALEFFEL SANDWICH, GREEK SALAD, SPANAKOPITTA, HUMMUS, DOLMADES, BAKLAVA, GREEK FRIES, GREEK SALAD, LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

MARSALEES THAI FOODS - CHICKEN & BEEF SKEWERS, VEGGIES, NOODLES, EGG ROLLS, STEAMED RICE, VARIOUS COMBO PLATES, PEPSI PRODUCTS

PHILLY'S & FRIES - PHILLY SANDWICHES, ASSORTED CURLY FRIES & PEPSI PRODUCTS

ALI'I HAWAIIAN SHAVE ICE - BIG KAHUNA SHAVED ICE, ALL WITH FLAVORS

SHISHKABERRY'S - CHOCOLATE (milk, dark & white) DIPPED FRUIT (STRAWBERRIES, BANANAS, & PINEAPPLE) ON A STICK, VARIOUS TOPPINGS:  NUTS, COOKIE CRUMBS, SPRINKLES & WHIPPED CREAM

TAQUERIA PICANTE - TACOS, TACO PLATE, COMBO PLATE, QUESADILLAS, BURRITOS, TORTAS, MEXICAN DRINKS (PURCHASED THROUGH WEINSTEIN BEVERAGE, WATER AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

THE DONER HAUS - DONER SANDWICH, VEGGIE DONER, CHICKEN DONER, STEAK DONER, LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

THE RAMBLIN' GOURMET - SIRLOIN BURGER, ONION BURGER, MUSHROOM BURGER, BURGER TOPPINGS 1/4 POUND ALL BEEF HOT DOG, JUMBO HAND DIPPED CORN DOG,  JUMBO CURLY FRIES,  COFFEE, PINK LEMONADE AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

WHITE'S CONCESSIONS #1 - BUFFALO & GERMAN SAUSAGE, BUFFALO & SIRLOIN BURGERS, ELEPHANT EARS, INDIAN FRY BREAD, INDIAN TACOS, FT LONG & REGULAR CORN DOGS, NACHOS, BLOOMIN' ONIONS, CURLY FRIES, FAJITAS, PEPSI PRODUCTS,  LEMONADE, TEA

WHITE'S CONCESSIONS #2 - TENDERLOIN & STEAK SANDWICH, ONION RINGS, CHEDDARWURST BUN ON A STICK, HAWAIIAN BURGERS, NACHO SUPREME, FT LONG & REGULAR CORN DOGS, FRIES (STRAIGHT CUT, CURLY, FREEDOM), SLUSHIES, LEMONADE, PEPSI PRODUCTS

YC ORIENTAL FOOD - EGG ROLL, TERIYAKI CHICKEN OR BEEF, CURRY CHICKEN OVER RICE, PAN FRIED NOODLES, STIR FRY VEGETABLES, FRIED RICE, COMBINATION PLATES, ICED TEA, LEMONADE, BOTTLED WATER, AND PEPSI PRODUCTS

YOU FOUND US! - BOEHMS HANDDIPPED ICE CREAM BAR, FROZEN BANANA DIPPEDI N CHOCOLATE, ICE CREAM CONES REGULAR AND WAFFLE, ROOT BEER FLOATS

ZIEGLER'S BRATWURST HAUS - AUTHENTIC GERMAN BRATWURST (PORK, BEEF, OR VEAL), JUMBO REGULAR & SPICY POLISH SAUSAGE, GERMAN WIENER,  HOT DOGS, CORN DOGS, CURLY FRIES, PEPSI PRODUCTS, LEMONADE AND BOTTLED WATER

CHURROS N MORE - CHURROS, SOPAPILAAS, COFFEE, HOT CHOCOLATE, WATER, JAMAICA, ORCHATE

JAVA OASIS - DEEP FRIED OREOS, TWINKIES, SNICKERS, CHURROS, CURLY FRIS, SAUSAGE CORN DOGS, ESPRESSO,GRILLED CHEESY SANDWHICH/MELTS PANINI'S,LEMONADE, SODA, FROZEN LEMONADE

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6th Annual Blossoms & Brews
Apr
26
to May 6

6th Annual Blossoms & Brews

HOURS OF OPERATION: Coming Soon


 

Cover charge $1

Beverages from Icicle Brewing Co., Badger Mountain Brewing, Deschutes, Iron Horse, Columbia Distributing, Jones Winery & more will be features at this year's Blossoms & Brews during the Festival. 

 

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Apr
27
to May 6

Funtastic Shows Carnival

Join us at The Town Toyota Center Parking lot April 27th - May 6th. Pay one Price Wrist-Bands are available daily for $40 dollars and includes unlimited rides, three game tickets and a food item.

Advanced Purchase Special:
Option #1 - Unlimited Ride Wristband for $30.00 per person. Now thru April 26th
Option #2 - 120 tickets for $50.00 to split between friends. Now thru April 26th


 

 

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Apr
27
7:30 PM19:30

Columbia Chorale "A Bit of Broadway and All That Jazz"

The Columbia Chorale presents “A Bit of Broadway and All That Jazz”— A concert featuring Broadway tunes and American jazz classics.  A medley of Gershwin favorites will be included along with guest jazz musicians from the Wenatchee area.  We will also enjoy a stage performance from a Broadway musical by Wenatchee’s own Stage Kids!  Concert begins at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets available at the Numerica Performing Arts Center Box Office. Adults $15, Students $8. For more information, contact Director Mike Hibbett, 663-5256.

 

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Apr
28
9:00 AM09:00

Rustique Divas Vintage Market at Pybus Market

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The Rustique Diva's Vintage Market you know and love is back once again at the Pybus Public Market during the Apple Blossom Festival on Saturday, April 28th, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Come on down before or after the Youth Parade and check out all the regional artisans and vendors selling antiques, collectibles, home decor, hand crafted jewelry, soap, repurposed furniture, signs, salvaged and metal works and so much more! Come see what all your friends are talking about at the Pybus Public Market on Saturday, April 28th! There will be something for everyone!

 

 

 



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Apr
28
to Apr 29

11th Annual Two Rivers Medieval Fair

  • Chelan County Expo Center (map)
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Two Rivers Medieval Faire, formerly The Wenatchee Renaissance Fair is on Saturday April 28th from 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and Sunday April 29th from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Price of admission is:  $10 for ages 13 and older
                                     $7 children 6-12 and Seniors
                                     Ages 5 and under FREE

“Come back in time to Medieval Ireland. Watch Knights jousting, meet Lords & Ladies ad talk to Ogres & Fairies. Shop for unique wares, but watch our for Pirates! Enjoy Minstrels, storytellers and feast at our tables!

New location Chelan County Expo Center. 5700 Wescott Dr. Cashmere, WA 98815

www.2riversmedievalfaire.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Keyes Fibre Youth Parade
Apr
28
11:00 AM11:00

Keyes Fibre Youth Parade

 
 
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 Jr. Royalty Princess Ava Smeller, Jr. Royalty Queen Rachel Carter and Jr. Royalty Princess Farrah Moody

Jr. Royalty Princess Ava Smeller, Jr. Royalty Queen Rachel Carter and Jr. Royalty Princess Farrah Moody

*** Applications***  Line-up   ***  Route Map  ***  Broadcasts   ***  Parade Results

The Festival’s Youth Parade is one of the only parades in the state to feature so many of Washington’s youngsters.  Over 4,500 children ages 14 and under (and some who are just young at heart) participate in this celebration! 

NEW FOR 2018 YOUTH PARADE PARTICIPANTS: ANY ENTRY WITH A BUSINESS LICENSE MUST INCLUDE A "CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE WITH ADDITIONAL INSURED" WITH THEIR APPLICATION (AS SHOWN IN THE SAMPLE BELOW) TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE YOUTH PARADE.

Youth Parade Application Closed

Youth Parade Route
 

Watch the Keyes Fibre Youth Parade LIVE

** CHARTER- Channel 19   ** LOCALTEL- Channel 12 & 501  
  **  It will also be streaming at NCWLife.com

 

2017 Keyes Fibre Youth Parade Results

Grand Sweepstakes Award – Animal Habitat 4-H Group (#28)
1st Place Best Elementary Grades K-5 – Lewis and Clark Elementary (#45)
2nd Place Best Elementary Grades K-5 – Columbia Elementary (#39)
3rd Place Best Elementary Grades K-5 – Lincoln Elementary (#59)
Best Daycare/Preschool – Chelan/Douglas Child Services Headstart (#18)
2nd Place Best Daycare/Preschool – Room to Bloom Pre School (#55)
3rd Place Best Daycare/Preschool – Joyful Scholars Montessori School (#70)
Best Sport Group – Apple Valley Gymnastics (#37)
Sport Group 2nd Place – Elite Hoop Effects(#38)
Sport Group 3rdPlace – Eastmont Dance Team Mini Dancers (#63)|
Best Small Group – Columbia Christian Home School Co-Op (#58)
2nd Place Small Group – Stage Kids Washington (#64)
3rd Place Small Group – Lucky Dogs 4-H Club (#68)
Best Large Group – St. Paul’s Lutheran School (#48)
2nd Place Large Group – St Joseph’s School (#56)
Best Use of Festival Theme – Children’s Gate Montessori School (#17)
Judges Choice – SamStrong (#72)
Best New Entry – Elmview (#12)

Bands
Junior High
1st Place          Eastmont
2nd Pace          Columbia
3rd Place         Wahluke

Middle School
1st Place          Foothills
2nd Place         Harbour Pointe
3rd Place          Manson

Junior High Drill Team
1st Place          N/A

Middle School Drill Team
1st Place          Pioneer
2nd Place         Cashmere
3rd Place          Sterling

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Apr
28
to May 6

Wenatchee Riverfront Railway Miniature Train Rides

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"Kids" of all ages (1 to 100+) can ride a quarter mile of 10" gauge railroad track near the Apple Capital Loop Trail. Buy tickets at the Wenatchee Riverfront Railway's Pear-A-Dise Depot where souvenirs, snacks and soft drinks can also be purchased. Check out a vintage World War II Whitcomb locomotive and look around in the full size caboose.  Shade and pick-nick tables available. The Wenatchee Riverfront Railway, will be open for train rides from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th, and again Saturday May 5th and Sunday, May 6th.

All rides are $2.00
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Apr
28
3:30 PM15:30

"Life is a Cycle" 2018

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The nations largest group ride returns to Wenatchee! Join your fellow community members and ride Saddlerock to Saddlerock as you learn more about commuting options, the Wenatchee Valley Bicycle Master Plan, local businesses and more. Starting and finishing at Saddlerock Pub and Brewery, participants will be given a goodie-filled swag bag AND a $5 off the Wenatchee Pizza during the post-ride celebration. We can’t wait to see you there!

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Apr
29
11:00 AM11:00

Art 4 Kidz sponsored by Washington Federal and Costco

What a great way to showcase the best youth artistic talent in the Wenatchee Valley!  Art 4 Kidz is an opportunity for youth, grades Pre-K to 12th, to enter their artwork in different categories. The artwork may be any art the student has created within the last year. All entries will be displayed at the Pepsi-Cola Youth Day festivities in Memorial Park.

 

 

2017 Award Winners 

Preschool and Pre K

  • 3rd Place – Lewis Farmer, Sage Hills Kids Pre School
  • 2nd Place – Eliot Hart, Castlerock Early Learning Cent.
  • 1st Place – Ella Tepley, Home Daycare

Kindergarten and 1st Grade

  • 3rd Place – Julia Pleas, Lewis & Clark Elementary
  • 2nd Place – Isabella Schultz, Cascade Elementary
  • 1st Place -  Tyler Hawkins, Grant Elementary          

2 Dimensional Division Black and White
2nd - 3rd

  • 3rd Place - 
  • 2nd Place – Emilee Fluntes, Lincoln Elementary
  • 1st Place –Micah , Beaver Valley School (no last name)

4th - 5th

  • 3rd Place – Gabe Pleas, Lewis & Clark Elementary
  • 2nd Place – Kahlen Gilliver, Sunnyslope Elementary
  • 1st Place – Jonathan Haeger, Brewster Adventist Christian

6th - 8th

  • 3rd Place – Macy Fowler, Foothills Middle School
  • 2nd Place -  Shuo Yany, Foothills Middle School
  • 1st Place – Brooke A. Elensohn, Valley Academy

9th - 12th

  • 3rd Place – Morgan Shaw, Eastmont High School
  • 2nd Place – Kailie Wulf, Wenatchee High School
  • 1st Place – Tara McBride, Wenatchee High School

2 Dimensional Color
2nd - 3rd

  • 3rd Place – Feranda Espinoza, Lincoln Elementary
  • 2nd Place – Bretlynn Hemberry, Peshastin Elementary
  • 1st Place – Roger Clift, Washington Elementary

4th - 5th

  • 3rd Place – Benjamin James, Sunnyslope Elementary
  • 2nd Place – Kahlen Gilliver, Sunnyslope Elementary
  • 1st Place – Danielle Peterson, Lewis & Clark Elementary

6th - 8th

  • 3rd Place – Emily Hustead, Valley Academy
  • 2nd Place – Ella Dickmann, Foothills Middle School
  • 1st Place – Alaura Mahler, Foothills Middle School

9th - 12th

  • 3rd Place – Cole Loomis, River Academy
  • 2nd Place – Kendra Emry, Cascade High School
  • 1st Place – Breanna Salcido, River Academy

3-D Mixed Media
2nd - 3rd

  • 3rd Place – Urvin F. Osegvera,   Washington Elementary
  • 2nd Place – Connor Morrison, Lee Elementary
  • 1st Place – Micah Saugen, Beaver Valley School

4th - 5th

  • 3rd Place – Riley Tepley, Kenroy Elementary
  • 2nd Place - Madison Mikkelsen, Clovis Point
  • 1st Place – Jenissa Hepton, Mission View Elementary

6th - 8th

  • 3rd Place – Alex Tovar, Foothills Middle School
  • 2nd Place – Ilsa Groff, The River Academy
  • 1st Place – Anna Neace, Foothills Middle School

9th - 12th

  • 3rd Place – Laina Cheek, Wenatchee High School
  • 2nd Place – Eryn Warman, Cascade School Dist.
  • 1st Place - Kailie Wulf, Wenatchee High School

Photography
9th-12th:                               

  • 3rd Place – Kaylynn Noyd, River Academy
  • 2nd Place – Alicia Hastings, Eastmont High School
  • 1st Place – Ty Schoenig, Cashmere Middle School
     
  • Best of Show:  Brittni Hastings of Eastmont Junior High
  • Committee’s Choice: Hadley Platt of Valley Academy
  • Royalty’s Choice: Autumn Pygott from Newbery Elementary
  • Costco Choice: Emily Alexander from Valley Academy
  • Washington Federal Choice: Emma Banker, John Newbery Elementary
  • Seattle Children’s Choice: Madeline Priest from Orchard Middle School

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Apr
29
11:00 AM11:00

Pepsi-Cola Youth Day

Free Activities and Prizes at Every Booth

Youth Day will be one of the highlights of this year’s Washington State Apple Blossom
Festival. Great performances and activities from over 40 local vendors. just for kids!

To be involved as a vendor in this amazing day for our youth, fill out an application

 Princess Sophie Castillo, Queen Gretta Wiersma, Princess Jessica Murray

Princess Sophie Castillo, Queen Gretta Wiersma, Princess Jessica Murray

 

2018 Youth Day Booth Participants.

Subject to change...
Weinstein Beverage/Pepsi Cola/Blue Hurricane
SAFE KIDS Coalition:
(Fire Safety)
(Water Safety)
(Pedestrian/Child Passenger Safety)
(Medicine Safety)
(911)
Wenatchee Valley VELO Club, Lids for Kids
Confluence Health-Health Benefit Exchange
Child Evangelism Fellowship-Story Barn
GESA Credit Union
Rocky Reach Dam Visitor Center
Town Toyota Center
Trinity Inflatables
Wenatchee Kennel Club
Ballard Ambulance
Camp Fire of NCW & Camp Zanika
Molina Health Care
Wenatchee Wild
The Vine
Washington State Parks and Rec
The River Academy
Pop Warner
Chelan/Douglas CSA
Rainbow for Girls
EPIC
St. Paul's Lutheran School
Youth Church of E. Wenatchee
Operation Christmas Child
Coordinated Care
Community Resource Group/Foster Care
Sage Hills Church
TEAMS Learning Center
 Chelan/Douglas CASA
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
West Side High School Spanish Club
Guardians of the Children
Team Naturaleza



 

 

 

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Apr
29
1:30 PM13:30

Cakes For College Funnel Cake Eating Contest

Wenatchee!!!!  It's food fair time!  And that means one thing and one thing only - it's time to line up for a funnel cake at the Cakes for College booth where all profits support college scholarships for students from Wenatchee, Eastmont and Cashmere.  Skip the line this year and get a funnel cake for FREE!  Sign up to be in the Cakes for College Funnel Cake Eating Contest held Sunday April 30th in Memorial Park.  Separate divisions for Grade School, Middle School and High School. Turn in your entry form from 11am to 1:15pm on 4/29 at the Festival Booth at Memorial Park.  Free funnel cakes, hats, and shirts for all contestants.  Even if you lose you still WIN!

 

 

 

 

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May
2
12:00 PM12:00

All Service Club and Community Luncheon Hosted by Downtown Kiwanis

  • Wenatchee Convention Center Grand Ball Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

2018 Speaker - Dan Lewis
27 Year Komo TV News Anchor

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After 41 years in broadcast news, the last 27 at KOMO Television in Seattle, Dan Lewis retired in May of 2014. While at KOMO, Dan, Kathi Goertzen and Steve Pool were one of the longest running anchor teams in the country. Dan often left the anchor desk for reporting in the field locally, across the country and around the world. His international reporting included the award winning Vanishing Giants documentary in Africa. He also traveled on assignment to Japan, the Philippines, France, Poland, Germany, South America, Israel, Panama and the UK.

Over the years Dan interviewed many world leaders, athletes and celebrities including Presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. For his anchoring, writing and reporting Dan won 14 Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award. Dan is now happily retired and enjoys time with his family, traveling, hiking, snowshoeing, golf and photography.

 

2017 ASCL Speaker - Daniel Bernardo

Dr. Daniel J. Bernardo resumed his role as Provost and Executive Vice President of Washington State University (WSU) in mid-June, 2016 after being named Interim President on July 7, 2015 following the untimely death of President Elson S. Floyd on June 20, 2015.

On May 16, 2014, Bernardo was named Provost and Executive Vice President of WSU. He served in the role on an interim basis from June 1, 2013 to May 15, 2014. As Provost and Executive Vice President, Bernardo serves as the senior academic officer for the university and has responsibility for academic planning; budgeting; diversity programs, international programs, enrollment management, and recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students. Reporting to the President, the Provost and Executive Vice President works with a team of academic deans, vice-provosts, senior administrators, faculty, staff, and student governance bodies to formulate and implement policies in furtherance of WSU’s strategic goals.

 Bernardo has extensive experience in higher education -- including teaching, research, administration, and policy development -- at the university, college and department levels. Previously, Dr. Bernardo served as Vice President for Agriculture and Extension and Dean of the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) from 2005-2013. In that position, he was responsible for administering teaching, research, and outreach programs in food, agriculture, natural resources and human sciences. Together, CAHNRS and WSU Extension had over 2,200 employees and an annual operating budget of over

$180 million. As Dean of CAHNRS, he led efforts to reinvigorate WSU’s food and agricultural programs, including raising over $220 million in private contributions to fund endowed chairs, facility improvements, and programmatic activities.

Prior to moving to Washington State, Bernardo was a Professor and Department Head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University (KSU) from 1995 through 2005. Bernardo was on the Agricultural Economics faculty at Oklahoma State University from 1985 to 1995, where he conducted research and taught courses on a variety of topics, including production economics, water resource policy, and agribusiness economics. Dr. Bernardo has published over 200 papers on various agricultural economics topics.

Bernardo has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Washington State University and a B.S. in Agricultural and Managerial Economics from the University of California, Davis.

 

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May
2
to May 12

Apple Blossom Festival Musical...GUYS & DOLLS!

  • Numerica Performing Arts Center (map)
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Dates/Times:  May 2-5 & 9-12 at 7:30pm. May 6 at 4:00pm. May 12 at 2:00pm.

Prices:  $25-$29 / May 9 all tickets are $25  (discounts for seniors & youth)

Tickets:  Numerica PAC Box Office, 509-663-ARTS, or www.NumericaPAC.org

Description:

Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway. Frank Loesser’s brassy, immortal score makes Guys and Dolls a crowd pleaser. Directed by John Mausser and Tiffany Mausser. Guys & Dolls is based on a Story and Characters of Damon Runyon; Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser; Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows; Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

Set in Damon Runyon’s mythical New York City, Guys and Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy. Gambler, Nathan Detroit, tries to find the cash to set up the biggest craps game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend and nightclub performer, Adelaide, laments that they’ve been engaged for fourteen years. Nathan turns to fellow gambler, Sky Masterson, for the dough, and Sky ends up chasing the straight-laced missionary, Sarah Brown, as a result. Guys and Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but eventually everyone ends up right where they belong.

 

 

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May
3
9:30 AM09:30

23rd Annual Apple Blossom Golf Tournament

The Apple Blossom Golf Tournament takes place at Highlander Golf Course in East Wenatchee. With 144 golfers it is one of the best tournaments in the Northwest at the beautiful Highlander Golf Course. Awards, raffles and a Hole-in-One contest sponsored by Sangster Motor's will also take place.


2017 Golf Tournament Winners

  • Winners in Division 1 (teams with a combined handicap of 15 & under): 
    1st Place lowest net:  Midland Trucking – Erik Holmberg, Jimmy Sherrell, Darren Goehner and Frank Kuntz
    2nd place lowest net:  Nancy’s Party Rentals – Tim Burris, Brian Greedy, Scott Chandler and Curt Gavin
    3rd place lowest net:  Stemilt Studs – Daryl Ferguson, Ian Turner, Mark Blakney and Mick Fabian.

     
  • Winners in Division 2 (teams with a combined handicap of 16+): 
    1st place lowest net:  Fruit Packers Supply – Shawn Ward, Tony Walton, Dave Piepel and Tyler Fisher

    2nd place lowest net:  Horan Estates Winery–Beth Dobbs, Brette Sangster, Lorena Brownlee and Bonnie Thompson
    3rd place lowest net:  Sangster Motors – Corey Sangster,  Jerry Maxey, Kirk Moser and Gary Crawford .  

     
  • The Team with the Highest Gross overall was:  Elevated Marketing – Cory Wendt, Ed Wendt, Dwayne Jordan and Al Howell.  
     
  • KP Contest, sponsored by Mitchell, Reed & Schmitten Insurance – top 2 closest to the pin:  Tim Burris (Nancy’s Party Rentals) & Steve Ballew (Pacific Appraisal)
     
  • Longest Drive Contest, sponsored by Town Toyota: 
    Men’s Winner – Brian Vincent (Pacific Appraisal)
    Women’s Winner – Brette Sangster (Horan Estate Winery)
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May
4
to May 6

Arts and Crafts Fair

Hours of Operation:
Friday-Saturday
10am - 7pm
Sunday 10am -5pm

     

      2018 Vendors!

      Abadab
      Absolutely Nuts! LLC
      Ace Leather GoodsAJ
      Paul Photography
      Amazing Wood Boskets Inc.
      Annika Jones
      Annie Chrietzberg
      Art of Letters Photography
      Artimals Studio
      Bayside Treasures
      Beadee Eyed Gal
      Beadware
      Bird Houses by Al
      Blue Moon Gardens Glassworks
      Borsa Bella Design Co.
      Brenda McGowan Jewelry
      Brevin's Solid Gold Fudge
      BSandC
      Caramel Kitchen
      Cheryl Stevens Studio
      Christy's Crafts
      Classy Sassy Jewelry
      Clear Impressions Gifts and Decor
      Country Strong
      Critter Creations
      Diaz Art Glass
      Dog and Pup Studios
      Drinking Straws Glass
      Earth Wear
      Flashback unlimited
      Fox Island Trading Co.
      Freeborn Metal Art
      Friday Harbor House Of Jerky
      Geno's Kettle Korn
      Glassdrops
      Goldenwood Soap
      Gypsy Lotus
      Hair Claws
      Heaven Scent Candles of Wa
      It's So Easel

       

      Jeanne's Designs
      JU JU GEAR
      Kalphenna
      KR Farms Handcrafted Soaps & Lotions
      Lethal Customs LLC
      Lisa Sofia LLC
      MA GRAPHICS INC.
      Marshall R. Mahler Photography
      Mehndi Madness
      Michael S. Kenney
      Milostees
      Name Ring 4 U/Shady Valley Traders LLC
      Nectar of the Vine
      No Pocket No Problem LLC
      Nomad Leather
      Over The Line Art
      Peone Creek Pottery
      Pony Tail Country
      Quail Run Jewelry
      Rainshadow Arts
      Ready and Quilling
      Riley's spice of life
      ROCKING TU CREATIONS
      Sara's Signs
      Seattle Fudge
      Shelby Kregel Art
      Simplistic Designs
      Simply Essential
      Snooter-doots
      Solid Rock Memorials and Gifts
      Spin Art USA
      Stone Crazy
      Stormy Mountain Soaps
      Tamarack Mountain Design
      The Bag Ladies of Sequim WA
      The Dogfather
      The Recycled Spoon LLC
      The Toy Box
      Three Rivers Gourmet
      Trillium Handcrafted Jewelry
      TW Coffee Artist
      ViP's Magnetic Jewelry
      Vivid Imaginations face painting
      Wabi Sabi Etc.
      Washington Rocks
      Winfield Designs Home & Garden Art
      Yellow Dog Wine Barrel Furniture

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      May
      4
      to May 6

      Tour de' Bloom

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      The Tour de Bloom Stage Race is a three-day cycling event being held May 4-6, 2018 in the Wenatchee Valley. Organized by the Wenatchee Valley Velo Club, Tour de Bloom features a Plain road race on Friday, a time trial on Saturday morning, and Saturday's Tour de Bloom twilight criterium in historic downtown Wenatchee on Saturday afternoon and evening, and a road race among the rolling wheat fields near Waterville in adjacent Douglas County on Sunday. The event is USA Cycling-certified. Tour de Bloom is held during Wenatchee’s famous Apple Blossom Festival.

       

      Please vistit: http://www.wenatcheevalleyvelo.com for more information or registration!

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      May
      5
      6:00 AM06:00

      58th Annual Downtown Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast

      • Triangle Park & Pioneer Middle School (map)
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      Come and enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast whipped up by our own Wenatchee Downtown Kiwanis. A pre-parade tradition for 58 years! In advance, tickets are $6 for adults, children 6 and under are free. Tickets at the gate are $7. Tickets are available at the Apple Blossom Festival Office, from any Downtown Kiwanis member or at the gate.

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      May
      5
      8:00 AM08:00

      27th Annual Apple Blossom Run

      Mark your calendars for the 27th Annual Apple Blossom Run. Sponsored by Confluence Health and Ballard Ambulance. While our 2.1 (Kid’s Race), 5K and 10k runs are all about having fun, we also focus on promoting a healthy lifestyle. More than half of our participants are first-time 5K runners and the event is centered around improving health and wellness in our communities. We hope that The Apple Blossom Run will be able to act as a catalyst for our participants to live an active, healthy lifestyle.

      Click here for information and on-line registration

       

       

       

       

       

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      Apple Blossom 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
      May
      5
      to May 6

      Apple Blossom 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

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      High School teams and above will play Saturday, May 5th. 8th Grade level and below will play on Sunday, May 6th. Actual times will not be available until the schedule is created.

      All entries and payment must be received by April 21st. Late registration and payments will be taken until April 28th with an additional $20 fee. No refunds after April 29th

      For registration visit:
      https://goo.gl/forms/ag4kMyiQup4VH8xI3

      For more information visit...
      Facebook: www.facebook.com/appleblossom3on3


       

       

       

       

       

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      Stemilt Growers Grand Parade
      May
      5
      11:00 AM11:00

      Stemilt Growers Grand Parade

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       Queen Gretta Wiersma, Princess Sophie Castillo, Princess Jessica Murray

      Queen Gretta Wiersma, Princess Sophie Castillo, Princess Jessica Murray

      *** Applications  ***  Line-up   ***  Route Map  ***  Broadcasts   ***  Parade Results

      The cannon sounds promptly at 11:00 am on Saturday, May 5 to announce the Stemilt Growers 99th Washington State Apple Blossom Festival Grand Parade.  Leading off the parade is the traditional Apple Blossom Run, as well as the daredevil maneuvers of the Seattle Motorcycle Police Drill Team.   Bands from throughout the Northwest join with the many colorful floats and proud-stepping equestrian units to make this one of Washington’s grandest parades.  Dignitaries from many of Northwest Festivals, as well as local and state legislators join in to enjoy the Greater Wenatchee Valley at springtime. Contact the Festival Office for more information at (509) 662-3616 or appleblossom.org

      Grand Parade Applications Closed

       

      Watch the Stemilt Grower Grand Parade LIVE

      ** CHARTER- Channel 19   ** LOCALTEL- Channel 12 & 501  
        **  It will also be streaming at NCWLife.com

      2017 Stemilt Growers Grand Parade Results

      FLOATS: 

      Grand Sweepstakes Award
      (The highest float award.  Given to most outstanding float in the parade, regardless of division.)
                              Capital Lakefair (Olympia) #45

      Community Sweepstakes Award
      (Presented to the outstanding float in the Community division.)
                               Washington State Fair #75

      SPIRIT OF THE FESTIVAL AWARD
      (Presented to the outstanding float in the Community/Volunteer Made Division.)
                                Chewelah #72

      STEMILT GROWERS Sponsor’s Choice Award
      (Given to the Sponsors favorite float, regardless of division.) 
                                 Deer Park #12

      Royalty CHOICE Award          

      (Apple Blossom Royalty’s favorite float regardless of division)
                                 Manson Apple Blossom Festival#94

      *GOLDEN APPLE AWARD
      (Awarded to a float deserving special recognition.)     
                                 Spokane Lilac Festival #91

       1st Place(Given in each Community Division based on population.)

      Division A (Population over 100,000)    Tacoma Daffodil #97
      Division B (Population 40,000-99,999) Marysville Strawberry Festival #61
      Division C (Population 5,000-39,999)    Rhododendron Festival #25
      Division D (Population 2,000-4,999)     Cashmere #50
      Division E (Population Under 2,000)     Wilbur #41

      EQUESTRIAN UNITS:    (Cleanliness of Horse & Tack; Riding Apparel; CrowdAppeal; Parade Presence)

      Best Royalty Equestrian            Ellensburg Rodeo #77
      Best Group Equestrian              Rancho Los Lagos #14
      Best Costume Equestrian         Othello’s Distinguished Young Women #47
      Novelty Equestrian                   Ellensburg Posse #78
      Judge’s Award                          Hispanos Unidos #52
      Equestrian Most Original Clean-Up Crew     Miss Rodeo Othello #64

      SPECIALTY UNITS:    (Uniqueness; Crowd Appeal; and Costumes)

      1st Place Specialty               Tusuy Peru #35
      2nd Place Specialty             Humane Society #55
      3rd Place Specialty              Farmers Market #65

      Most Original Specialty UnitWenatchee Valley Museum #21

      Band Results

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      BANDS:    (Appearance; Music Ability; Marching; Audience Appreciation; and Pre-Parade Inspection)

      AAAA Division         1st Place        South Kitsap High School
                                      
      2nd Place       Kennedy High School

      AA Division              1st Place         West Valley High School-Spokane

      A Division                  1st Place        Cashmere High School
                                         2nd Place      Sultan High School

      B Division                  1st Place         Entiat High School

      BB Division                1st Place         Manson High School
                                         2nd Place       Adna High School

      Drum Major Overall:   Wenatchee High School
      Band Sweepstakes Overall:  Mariner High School

      **Wenatchee (except drum major) does not participate in band awards as the hosts, although Wenatchee scored highest

      **Sweepstakes winner is best overall band, regardless of division

      **1st & 2nd places are indicated by division, with music caption as the tie breaker

      **Best Drum Major is awarded regardless of division

      **Drum Major score is not included in band score

      AUXILLIARY/DRILL TEAMS: (Precision; Appearance; Originality; and Audience Appreciation)

      AAAA Division         1st Place        Kennedy High School
      AA Division              1st Place        West Valley High School, Spokane
      A Division                 1st Place       Sultan High School
      B Division                 1st Place       Entiat High School

      **Wenatchee & Eastmont do not participate in awards as the hosts.

      Drum major score is not included in band scores.

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      May
      5
      2:00 PM14:00

      Rugrat Nation 3 on 3

      Rugrat Nation is a specialized co-ed event for players k-3rd grades with specialized rules to enhance players basic basketball fundamentals. With two separate divisions k-1st offers specialized rules and interactive officials to enhance the play of this division. Rugrat Nation games are played on lowered hoops to allow all players to score. This event is fun for all, from the players to the spectators. Rugrat Nation is held in the back parking lot of Pybus Market. You can sit on the patio of any of the Pybus restaurants and watch the entire tournament. Registration is limited.

      Sign up location: https://www.elitehoopeffects.com/camps-clinics

      Event Location: Pybus Public Market 3 N Worthen St.

      Entry Fee: $50 per team

       

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      Pybus Art Lovers Sunday
      May
      6
      10:00 AM10:00

      Pybus Art Lovers Sunday

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      Come meet some of the valleys most talented artists. Listen to artists discuss their work; discover the inspiration behind their art, and take this opportunity to ask questions. Explore and handle the tools and materials our local artists use to create their work and view demonstration that reveal step-by-step processes

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      Apr
      19
      9:00 AM09:00

      Flywheel Investment Conference

      At the Flywheel Investment Conference, entrepreneurs, investors, and community members come together to cultivate momentum for growing companies. The conference is a full-day event and includes educational seminars, speaker panels, an investment competition, and resources from professional service providers.

      During the conference, Howard Wright, chairman and founder of Seattle Hospitality Group, and Diane Fraiman, partner at Voyager Capital, will be featured in an exclusive “fireside chat”. These leaders from their respective fields will engage in a dynamic conversation on how communities in the Pacific Northwest have driven community investment and engagement to support growing companies. In addition to hearing from Mr. Wright and Ms. Fraiman, attendees will have the chance to hear and connect with leaders in entrepreneurship and technology from across the PNW.

      Another highlight of the conference is the company competition, where 6-8 Washington companies will pitch and compete for a $100k investment award. The public is invited to attend this full-day event to learn, connect, and get inspired.

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      2018 Art Print Reception Sponsored by: People's Bank
      Mar
      7
      6:00 PM18:00

      2018 Art Print Reception Sponsored by: People's Bank

      Please Join Us for the
      Washington State Apple Blossom Festival's
       2018 Limited Edition Art Print Reception Honoring Artist Ken Duffin. Invitation


      Sponsored by: People's Bank

      Wednesday, March 7th
      6:00 pm-7:30 pm * Short Program at 6:45pm

      The Reception will be at Peoples Bank at 901 N. Mission Street.

      Art Prints will be available for purchase ($32) with personalization.

      Light Hosted Appetizers * Wine Will be Offered

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      Cashmere Valley Bank Royalty Selection Pageant
      Feb
      10
      7:00 PM19:00

      Cashmere Valley Bank Royalty Selection Pageant

      • Wenatchee High School Auditorium (map)
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      2018 Royalty: Queen Gretta Wiersma, Princess Jessica Murray, Princess Sophie Castillo

       

      Tickets are $20 for floor seats and $15 for upper level seating. Tickets go on sale Monday January 15th at 9:00 am. at the Festival Office, located at 2 S. Chelan St., Wenatchee or online at appleblossom.org

      2017 Pageant Award Winners

      Photogenic Award: Madelyn Albert
      Congeniality Award Lily Waterhouse
      Most Original Speech Judith Torres
      Achievement Award: Emily Thompson
      Community Involvement Award: Lily Waterhouse
      Leman Johnson Award: Pat Lynn, Char Allen, and Sally Feil

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      Jan
      19
      to Feb 14

      Junior Royalty

      Information will be sent via-mail to all 5th grade girls in the Wenatchee & E. Wenatchee public school districts. There will also be forms available at each school including all private schools and here on our web-site by January 19, 2018.

      Sponsored by Dr. Cara Schroeder Children's Dentistry

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      Jan
      10
      6:00 PM18:00

      Top 10 Announcement

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      Please join us at the Numerica Performing Arts Center for the announcement of our 2018 Top 10 Candidates. All vying for Royalty Scholarships and their chance to represent the Wenatchee Valley as Apple Blossom Festival Royalty.

      2017 Top 10 Candidates

       Here are your 2017 Top Ten Royalty Candidates from bottom left to right: Emily Prieto (W) Amy Sand (W) Julizia Cervantes (E) Paige Chvilicek (W) Lily Waterhouse (E). Top left to right: Judith Torres (W) Alissa Riker (W) Halston Harn (E) Emily Thompson (E) Madelynn Albert (E).

      Here are your 2017 Top Ten Royalty Candidates from bottom left to right: Emily Prieto (W) Amy Sand (W) Julizia Cervantes (E) Paige Chvilicek (W) Lily Waterhouse (E).
      Top left to right: Judith Torres (W) Alissa Riker (W) Halston Harn (E) Emily Thompson (E) Madelynn Albert (E).

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      Jan
      9
      7:00 PM19:00

      Candidate's Reception

      Please join us for the introduction of our Top 10 Royalty Candidates. This is a fun evening to come and cheer on your favorite candidate. Doors open at 6:30pm. The announcement of the Top 10 will be held Wednesday January 10th, 6:00 pm at the Wenatchee PAC

      2018 Candidates to be announced

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      Nov
      28
      12:00 PM12:00

      Mandatory Meetings

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      Do you want to be a part of the Apple Blossom Royalty Experience?  The Mandatory Meetings for Senior Girls interested in running for the 2018 Apple Blossom Festival Royalty will be held Tuesday, November 28 at 12:00 noon, 4:00 p.m., & 6:00 p.m. at the Wenatchee Convention Center.  You must attend ONE of the mandatory meetings. A parent or guardian must attend one of the meetings as well, however, it does not have to be the same meeting.   $24,000 in scholarships will be awarded to the Top 10 and Royalty.

      ROYALTY CANDIDATE PAGE

      For more information, call the Festival Office at 662-3616.

       

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      Oct
      21
      6:00 PM18:00

      22nd Annual Apple Blossom Auction

      ROUND UP YOUR POSSE

      Mark your calender's now for Apple Blossom Festival's largest fundraiser and one Yee-Haw of a time. The 22nd Annual Auction!

      Tickets are $50ea. or a Table of 10 for $500.  Saturday, October 21st at 6:00 pm in the Wenatchee Center Grand Ballroom * Full Buffet Dinner * No Host Bar * Hosted Beer thanks to Odom Corp.

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