Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
Updated: 6 hours 47 min ago
Interested in learning more about science? The second annual Savvy Science Spectacle will be filled with electricity, explosions and other scientific entertainment. A demonstration competition between Central science clubs, this show will feature physics, astrology, geology, chemistry, biology and more. Spectators can expect a great variety of demonstrations and afterwards, they get to determine which club will win possession of the Savvy Science Spectacle trophy. Showcasing the unique talents of each club, the Savvy Science Spectacle will be an exciting opportunity to see the fun side of science.
Want to hear fun, energetic music from an award-winning choir? DaNell Daymon and the Greater Works Chorale is coming to Central once again, bringing their lively music and charismatic showmanship. A gospel choir out of Seattle, DaNell Daymon and the Greater Works Chorale has performed across the nation and is known for winning Verizon?s How Sweet the Sound competition in 2012. Their performance will be part of Black History Month celebrations here at Central. With a sound that is both powerful and uplifting, DaNell Daymon and the Greater Works Chorale is sure to put on a great show. Admission is free but tickets are required, available at cwu.edu/tickets.
This is a great chance to meet new KVH commissioners Matthew Altman, Bob Davis, and Erica Libenow. Join us upstairs at KVH Hospital on Thursday, February 25, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Light refreshments provided.
3rd Annual Rodeo City Equine Rescue Spaghetti Feed, Silent Auction and Dessert Auction. Rodeo City Equine Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit and 100% of funds go to benefit horse rescue, rehab and rehoming.
Learn basics of making jewelry with beads. We have a large selection on hand to choose from or bring your own to incorporate in your design. All supplies & snacks provided.
Monthly KCPRD #1 Meeting. Main agenda item is dissolution of the District.
Caster Semenya, a 19-year-old from a remote village in South Africa, achieved her dream in 2009 and won the 800m race at the World Championship. Semenya?s triumph quickly turned to humiliation after rumors of a failed gender test erupted in the media. This film shows Semenya struggling to come to terms with what happened and fighting to compete again. The film, free and open to the public, will be introduced by Dr. Geraldine O?Mahony, professor of philosophy and religious studies, and Shayne Wittkopp, Health and Membership Coordinator. The showing is a continuation of the Center for Diversity and Social Justice?s (CDSJ) Queer Film Series which highlights films that address issues facing the LGBT community. This film screening is sponsored by William O. Douglas Honors College, Women?s & Gender Studies and CDSJ.