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Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
Updated: 4 hours 49 min ago

06/04/2021 - Fishy Friday!

Fri, 2021-04-16 02:17

04/20/2021 - Native Plants in the Home Landscape

Tue, 2021-04-13 14:04
Join the League of Women Voters for a virtual tour of the seven ecosystems in Kittitas County. Master Gardener Nola Forster will describe the native plants found in each ecosystem and discuss how to integrate them into home landscaping for homeowners who live in different environments in the county. To attend the presentation, email dirwin@kittitasleague.org for a Zoom link. Join the League of Women Voters for a virtual tour of the seven ecosystems in Kittitas County. Master Gardener Nola Forster will describe the native plants found in each ecosystem and discuss how to integrate them into home landscaping for homeowners who live in different environments in the county. To attend the presentation, email dirwin@kittitasleague.org for a Zoom link. The event will also be recorded and uploaded to the LWVKC YouTube channel.

04/13/2021 - Memory Care Cafe

Sun, 2021-04-11 14:04

04/22/2021 - Cascade Prevention Coalition Monthly Meeting

Thu, 2021-04-08 14:17
This is the monthly meeting for the Cascade Prevention Coalition based out of Upper Kittitas County. The CPC offers programs and supports campaigns in its work to reduce alcohol and other substance use and availability to youth in our community. Join us for our (virtual) monthly coalition meeting! Email coalitioncoordinator@youthserviceskc.org for a Zoom link invite or for any questions and information.

05/17/2021 - Mentor Training

Fri, 2021-03-19 02:17
Mandatory mentor training to complete application. Every third Monday of the month.

03/30/2021 - SBDC Planning your Website & How to Choose a Web Designer

Wed, 2021-03-17 20:00

In these crazy times, many businesses are relying on their websites and on ecommerce more than ever. This is a virtual class for business owners, to talk through the details of how to prepare to build a new site or to upgrade your site.  We’ll talk about what to look for in a web designer, what should be in your design contract, and how to put together all of the materials for your site.  
 

The presenter, Liz Jamieson, is a Washington Small Business Development Center Certified Business Advisor.  Liz owned her own web site design and development firm and has extensive experience coaching entrepreneurs in marketing, business planning and leadership.  See more about Liz at wsbdc.org/ellensburg/ .  This training is offered as part of the partnership between the Washington Small Business Development Centers and the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.

To Register: https://wsbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/99271461
 

03/12/2021 - Basic Mediation Training / Alternative Dispute Resolution

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
The Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas Counties is offering a Basic Mediation Training where trainees will receive 40 hours of instruction in the skills necessary to serve as a neutral third-party mediator, including hands-on experience in mediation and invaluable communication and listening tools that can help in every aspect of people’s work and home lives.      
                                   
 

03/15/2021 - Mentor Training

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
Mandatory mentor training to complete application.

03/25/2021 - Cascade Prevention Coalition Monthly Meeting

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
This is the monthly meeting for the Cascade Prevention Coalition based out of Upper Kittitas County. The CPC offers programs and supports campaigns in its work to reduce alcohol and other substance use and availability to youth in our community. Join us for our (virtual) monthly coalition meeting! Email coalitioncoordinator@youthserviceskc.org for a Zoom link invite or for any questions and information.

04/07/2021 - YLAB Executive Board Meeting

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
Once a month the induvial YLAB Pods will come together to discuss their group projects and community impact.

04/12/2021 - Mentor Training

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
Mandatory mentor training to complete application.

04/19/2021 - Mentor Training

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
Mandatory mentor training to complete application. Every third Monday of the month.

05/05/2021 - YLAB Executive Board Meeting

Mon, 2021-03-08 14:04
Once a month the induvial YLAB Pods will come together to discuss their group projects and community impact.

05/19/2021 - Industry Nights

Sat, 2021-03-06 02:03

03/08/2021 - Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity and Lowe's Women Build Week

Tue, 2021-03-02 14:18
Kittitas County Habitat for Humanity and Lowe's present Women Build. This year's theme is Breaking Ground. Building Impact. A week-long online programming that takes a look at the cost of homeownership in America, host classes on The Financial Path to Homeownership, and talks with women throughout our county regarding what breaking ground and building impact mean to them. It is a week of women celebrating women and looking at some of the challenges we face today.

02/25/2021 - Hospice Friends 25th Annual Tree of Love

Thu, 2021-02-25 14:16
Dear Friends, Will you be one of 7000 people to bring light into people’s darkness this year? Hospice Friends is hosting our 25th annual Tree of Love Remembrance Celebration to show our unconditional love and unity with our community. We respectfully request your support to honor those we lost last year. Families who want to remember a loved one for 2020 Tree of Love The Tree of Love event is our way of providing time for people who have lost a loved one to come together combining tradition and an online format. It will be in February, the month of Love, because this can be a difficult month after a loss. There will be one Tree of Love Event Online on Friday, February 26th, 7 p.m. with a link on the website www.Hospice-Friends.org. If you would like to honor your loved one, please provide a picture (preferably one that does not need to be returned) with their Full Name, Date of Birth (DOB), and Date of Departure (DOD) by February 12th, 2021. We will read the names of those remembered. To honor our tradition, we will light the Tree as a symbol of all the loved ones that have passed and light a candle, too. When we make the announcement during the event please participate with us by lighting a candle at your location and send your pictures to director@hospice-friends.org the night of the event. We will post these on our website and social media to show our love and unity. People/Businesses interested in Sponsoring Hospice Friends 2020 Tree of Love We are looking for 7000 people in the community to do a one-time donation of $25. We understand that for some people this is not possible while others may be able to do more; whichever your situation, your help is greatly appreciated! This will ensure we are fully funded for this year and able to continue our mission to provide services free of charge to the terminally ill, the frail elderly, those with a chronic medical condition, and those with a short-term medical need in Kittitas County. We have enclosed the sponsorship form for you to send with a check to Hospice Friends. We request commitment from our sponsors by February 12th, 2021, to ensure adequate time for recognitions for sponsors in the program, on our website Sponsorship page, and for the Business Sponsorship banner, displayed at the event. Thank you posts to sponsors will be on social media, as well. After the event, the Sponsorship Banner will be displayed in our office throughout the year. Sponsor representatives are encouraged to attend the online event. Please let me know if you have questions. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your ongoing support and love. Warmly, Ms. Mique (McKay) Boner Executive Director Director@hospice-friends.org WWW.Hospice-Friends.org

02/23/2021 - SBDC Creating a Strong Brand Identity & Implementing Your Brand Strategy

Mon, 2021-02-22 15:30

We all hear the word “branding” a lot these days…but what does it really mean? This webinar will address what kinds of things you’ll want to be thinking about as you develop your brand identity, brand art, brand strategy, brand language, and your position in the marketplace.

We will also talk about how to shop for and work with potential designers, how to develop your brand guidelines, and how to implement these guidelines across multiple platforms.

The presenter, Liz Jamieson, is a Washington Small Business Development Center Certified Business Advisor.  Liz owned her own web site design and development firm and has extensive experience coaching entrepreneurs in marketing, business planning and leadership. See more about Liz at www.kittitascountychamber.com/sbdc/. This training is offered as part of the partnership between the Washington Small Business Development Centers and the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.

A Zoom link for the webinar will be sent prior to the event to those who register. SBDC's Zoom security protocols now require each participant have a Zoom account and be signed into their account from their computer or mobile device. https://zoom.us/

 

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