Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
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Winter is coming! Are you and your family prepared? If not, we are here to help! FREE! Haircuts, health check ups, immunizations, dental care, blankets, winter gear, 2 meals!
Campus Activities and CWU Homecoming present Wayne Brady, live on stage in the SURC Ballroom! Don't miss the star of "Whose Line Is It Anyway," "Let's Make a Deal" and "The Wayne Brady Show." Tickets are on sale now and going fast. Get them while you can at Wildcat Tickets online (cwu.edu/tickets), the Wildcat Shop in the SURC, or at the CWU Welcome Center on University Way. For accommodations, please contact Wildcat Tickets at 509-963-1329.
Come on out to the Grange from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday, October 12, for the 26th Annual Hunters Breakfast held on the opening day of deer season. You don?t have to be a hunter to enjoy the hearty breakfast overlooking the lovely Teanaway Valley. We?re serving grilled ham, eggs made to order, and pancakes topped off with our famous apple butter. Come enjoy the beautiful fall colors, delicious breakfast, and variety of raffle items, live music and friendly folks! Adults $8, Kids $4. The Hall is located at 1361 Ballard Hill Rd, Cle Elum, Washington. Take SR970 to Teanaway Rd, go right at Ballard Hill Rd, the Grange will be on your left.
First Aid, CPR, AED Class: Course Content: Basic First Aid, Adult, Child and Infant CPR and Defibrillation (AED). AHA card is good for two years. Loaner books available or can be purchased prior to class. See contact information
Kittitas County Job Fair Tuesday, Oct 8, 2013 11:00 am to 2:00 pm The CWU Equity and Services Council is partnering with ASCWU-BOD, Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement and Career Services to present the Kittitas County Job Fair. Come out Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to SURC 137 A&B to get the scoop on the most current and promising job opportunities in the Ellensburg area. Now is the time to find the employment you?ve been searching for! For more information contact Spencer Flores, ASCWU-BOD VP Equity and Community Affairs, at BODcommunity@gwmail.cwu.edu or 509-963-1697.
Join us for the Speaker Series- In Cle Elum
Is your business secure online? The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce wants to help you find out.
Attend the Speaker Series on October 8th in Cle Elum 6-7pm at the Centennial Center 719 East Third Avenue. Learn about cyber attacks, wireless security, how to protect yourself against identity theft, safety tips for your mobile device, and more.
The speaker for this event will be CWU IT Professional Gary Rogers Ph D.
This Event is Sponsored is by Washington Broadband,Inc.
This event is free to attend and open to the public.Coffee & Cookies will be served .Please RSVP by October 7th.
Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series: Poet Alice Derry Contact: Katharine Whitcomb Phone: 509-963-1530 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CWU welcomes poet Alice Derry as part of the Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series. Derry will read from several of her collections of poetry Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Theatre. This reading is free and open to the public. Derry is the author of six books of poetry including Tremolo and Strangers to Their Courage, which was a finalist for the Washington Book Award in 2002. Her books will be for sale at the reading courtesy of The Wildcat Shop.
An age-old battle of old school versus new school, watch as the CWU Men?s Club Lacrosse team play against Alumni on Saturday, Oct. 5 at 1 p.m. at Alder Recreation Complex. The game is free and everyone is welcome to attend. For more information visit www.cwu.edu/sport-clubs.
Oct. 7 Homecoming Parade Noon-1 p.m. Start at Barge courtyard, goes through SURC and ends at Nicholson Pavilion. Spirit Decorating Contest Judges will be making the rounds to determine best-decorated doors and entries. Show off your Wildcat Pride! Jerry Harris, Hypnotist 8 p.m. ? SURC Theatre ? Free for CWU students $5 general admission Oct. 8 Mr. & Ms. Central 7:30 p.m. ? SURC Ballroom - Free Oct. 9 Steak Night 4:30 ? 7 p.m. ? Holmes Dining Room Wellington?s Wildfire 7-9 p.m. ? Alder Street Recreation Complex ? Free BBQ, music, bonfire, Alpine Tower and crate-stacking competition. Oct. 10 Wildcat Video Booth 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. SURC 137B CWU Women?s Soccer vs. Seattle Pacific 4 p.m. ? CWU Soccer Field CWU Volleyball vs. Seattle Pacific 7 p.m. ? Nicholson Pavilion Oct. 11 Comedian Wayne Brady 9 p.m. ? SURC Ballroom $42 reserved, $32 general, $20 CWU student (with id) www.cwu.edu/tickets Oct. 12 CWU Fall Open House 8 a.m. ? noon SURC Wildcat Color 5K 9:30 a.m. registration begins 10:30 a.m. race starts OPR Patio $15 (before Oct. 4 t-shirt guaranteed) Register at Rec. Center front desk CWU Women?s Soccer vs. Simon Fraser 11 a.m. ? CWU Soccer Field Wildcat Street Fair and ore-game festivities with 88.1 The ?Burg 11 a.m. ? 1 p.m. Outside the stadium on Walnut St. Rally to Tomlinson 11:50 a.m. ? SURC East Patio CWU Homecoming Football vs. Dixie State 1 p.m. ? Tomlinson Stadium CWU Volleyball vs. Montana State Billings 7 p.m. ? Nicholas Pavilion Homecoming Dance 9 p.m. ? SURC Ballroom ? $5 if purchased online or $10 at the door www.cwu.edu/tickets
Jerry Harris, one of the most talented hypnotists in the country, is coming to CWU Monday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. The show is free for CWU students and $5 for general admission. Different than the overly dramatized shows one may see in Las Vegas, Harris focuses on educating his audience on the power of our own subconscious mind. With live demonstrations using audience members, Harris takes a humorous approach to hypnosis allowing his show to be both entertaining and educational. Harris is accredited with over performing over 300 shows annually and with many years of training and experience under his belt, he is sure to help his audience overcome any misconceptions about hypnosis. For questions and information contact Tyler Van Sickle at 509-929-6148. This event is sponsored by CWU University Housing and New Student Programs, Campus Activities and the Residence Hall Association.
The CWU Spirit Splash Committee for 2013 homecoming is back...This is a fun school spirit competition between university department. residence halls, and Ellensburg businesses. Each participant will decorate their lobby, store front, or doo/ entrance with CWU school spirit in accordance with the Homecoming 2013 theme "Crimson and Black Attack". All submitted entries will be judges and winners for each category will be announced during the Homecoming football game on Saturday, October 12.
October 5 Men?s Lacrosse Vs. Alumni 1pm, Alder Recreation Complex October 12 Women?s Soccer Vs. Gonzaga 3 PM, Varsity Soccer Complex October 12 Men?s Water Polo Vs. Oregon State University 10:10 AM CWU Aquatic Center October 12 Men?s Water Polo Vs. Western Washington University 2:50 PM CWU Aquatic Center October 13 Men?s Water Polo Vs. Seattle University 11:20 AM CWU Aquatic Center October 13 Men?s Water Polo Vs. University of Oregon 4 PM CWU Aquatic Center October 19 Men?s Soccer Vs. Gonzaga 1 PM Varsity Soccer Complex October 19 &20 Golf Tournament 9-3 PM, Moses Pointe, Moses Lake October 20 Men?s Soccer Vs. EWU 1 PM Varsity Soccer Complex October 20 Golf 9-3 PM, Moses Pointe, Moses Lake October 27 Women?s Soccer Vs. WSU 1 PM, Varsity Soccer Complex November 9 & 10 Equestrian Show 8 AM Orrion Farmsor more information contact Corey Sinclair at 509-963-3537 or email@example.com. This event is sponsored by Collegiate Sport Clubs. Persons of disability may make arrangements for reasonable accommodation by calling 509-963-3516 or by e-mailing CDS@cwu.edu.
The KIttitas County Public Health Department would like to remind everyone about the annual drive-thru vaccination clinic on October 4th. This year the drive - thru will be held in the parking at the Kittitas County Fairgrounds/Event Center located off 7th Avenue and Chestnut Street. Anyone can get a flu shot Children 18 and under are FREE and adults are $30.00 (cash or check).
A Musical Revue of VMT's past productions, light dessert, and raffles to benefit upcomings shows!
The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer?s® is the nation?s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer?s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Together, we can end Alzheimer?s disease, the nation?s sixth-leading cause of death. Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer?s by finding a Walk near you through visiting our website alz.org/walk. Once you register, you will have access to a wide range of tools and support through your Participant Center, ensuring a successful and fulfilling experience.