It seems the topic of discussion in Okanogan and Ferry counties is flooding.
Folks are invited to attend the 72nd annual Winthrop ‘49er Days celebrations this weekend.
Activities for all ages are planned this weekend during the 61st annual Colorama Festival and Rodeo.
The 83rd annual May Festival will feature a weekend-long lineup of events from royalty coronation to a parade, basketball tournament, bass tournament and the traditional May Pole Dance.
Can you believe it is May? Where did the time go?
Theater goers will venture under the sea for the next two weekends as the Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus stages “Disney’s The Little Mermaid.”
I am loving this springtime weather. It seems Mother Nature has finally delivered a bit of sunshine and drier weather this past week.
Spring concerts and programs get under way this week as Lake Roosevelt Elementary School students stage a musical, “Awesome Animals,” at 2 p.m. today, April 26, in the new elementary gym, 503 Crest Drive.
Several Okanogan Middle/High School art students have been busy readying their art for several shows.
Tickets are available for the Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus production of “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” a stage musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen tale.
Okanogan Country truly offers something for everyone, especially when it comes to the entertainment scene.
It seems that about this time each year local musicians, bands and entertainers are beginning to book their shows for the upcoming summer season.
Leather boots, cowboy hats and elegant dresses graced the Omak Performing Arts Center stage Saturday, April 1 for the 13th annual Washington State Nashville Country Star competition.
The Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus’ 2016-17 concert season came to a light-hearted end Sunday, April 2, with “Swing into Spring.”
Music is an important part of life.