‘You made your own entertainment’
In an era before computers and cellphones consumed the lives of Okanogan Valley residents, Saturday night dances at local halls were the thing to do for entertainment.
The optimal viewing time will be about 3 a.m. Thursday for residents and visitors interested in watching the meteor shower.
Mount Rainier National Park will present "Shadows of the Past: a Living History" four times the evening of Aug. 22 at Longmire.
People of all ages gathered Saturday under sunny skies to partake in the 20th annual Molson Mid-Summer Festival.
Flagship facility offers gaming, hotel, entertainment
12 Tribes Resort Casino opens today with a full range of gambling, two restaurants, a nightclub and gaming-floor bar.
Sixth annual festival kicks off this weekend
The sixth annual Conscious Culture Festival will be this Friday through Sunday at the Okanogan Family Faire site, 72 Cayuse Mountain Road.
Culpepper and Merriweather Circus will give several performances this week in Omak and Oroville.
Summer concert season kicks off June 19 with the Beatles vs. Stones tribute bands
Oroville May Festival royalty was awarded the coveted queen’s choice award Saturday during the town’s premiere Founders Day parade.
Full disclosure: I got Bend, Ore.’s favorite son, Mosley Wotta booked at Conscious Culture Festival this year. It wasn’t so difficult — he has a pretty unique selling point: I believe that Mosley performing at Conscious Culture Festival is a matter of destiny... and I have the game tape to prove it.
What if the best stunt kite fliers in the world show up in the Okanogan and there isn’t even a gust of wind the entire weekend?
The sixth annual, Conscious Culture Festival is right around the bend. On June 19 through 21 an estimated two thousand gentle folk will congregate on the Barter Faire grounds near Tonasket. In the grand scheme of world history this is a party has been celebrated since at least the neolithic era.
I’m proud to help amplify the good news that Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus — known as OVOC — is presenting the popular and vocally challenging musical, “Into The Woods.”
There are certainly bigger acts than the Theoretics, but few are better, nor more exceptionally suited to headline CCF this year.
Davin Michael Stedman pens new column on entertain in The Okanogan.