Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
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The Tav and Whipsaw Brewing are teaming up for "Whipsaw Wednesday" Whipsaw will be serving 3 of their finest brews. Swag will be raffled!!
Ellensburg Christian School Auction
Silent and Live Auction
Join us for the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce "Coffee and Connections" event at our Cle Elum facility! Meet the Catalyst crew, tour our co-working space and enjoy free coffee and treats. We can't wait to show you how Catalyst is changing the way we work in Kittitas County.
Come cheer on your local roller derby team!
SURC Ballroom • Free and open to the public Lecia Brooks, outreach director for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) will be on campus to lead discussions with students, faculty, staff and the public, focusing on how to address hate, bias, racism and microaggressions in our communities. Brooks participated via Skype in a community forum here last fall, providing some insights and tips for standing up and with members of the campus and community. This visit is sponsored by multiple campus departments including Africana & Black Studies, Associated Students of CWU Student Government, Brother 2 Brother, Center for Leadership & Community Engagement, Office of Student Involvement, and SISTERS. The program is being coordinated by Not In Our Kittco, a local movement to build and foster a safe and inclusive community.
SwingCats February 13th • SURC Ballroom Open to Everyone • Free Swing your way through the night! CWU SwingCats is starting a new set of beginner swing dance lessons on Monday, Feb. 13 in the SURC Ballroom. The cats will start out with the basic steps and build from there. This week's lesson is completely free for anyone who attends! Additionally, there will be a weekly social dance. From 6-7 PM it will be the intermediate lesson; from 7-8 PM the beginner lesson and from 8-10 PM there will be the social dance. So put on your dancing shoes and come on out with the Swingcats! For more information, contact Scarlett Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
$10 tour gets you: a tour, custom glass, beer sampler coupon for [the pub] & a sample of beer. Preregistration required. https://ironhorsebrewery.ticketleap.com/tour-feb18/
Activities: Inner-tubing, Ice Skating, Crafts and Cookie Decorating We Provide: tubes, skates, snacks and warm drinks You may want: own skates, helmets, water DO NOT BRING: sleds, pets Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times
Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours, hosted by KVH.
Mix and mingle with the new commissioners and CEO of KVH. Enjoy a drink and appetizers!
Spirit of the West is a volunteer organization dedicated to preserve the "spirit of the cowboy". Our Stampede program provides the building blocks for our communities' youth to develop those traits that have defined the "cowboy" throughout history. Words like respect, hard work, kindness and integrity are utilized to provide examples of what is possible for our leaders of tomorrow.
Grab a pair of gloves, pull on your boots, wrap up the kids and enjoy a weekend of music, poetry, food and authentic cowboy culture. Let us take you back to a simpler time when a handshake was a bond and time was something we spent with family and friends.
Come explore the science of magnets with fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities for children up to age 5 (older siblings welcome too)!
Developmental Screening available too!
Parent's Night Out Dates Tuesday, February 14 Friday, March 3 Friday, April 14 Friday, May 12
Take a night off and let our trained Camp C-Woo counselors supervise your kid(s), making for a fun evening for everyone. Registration is $20. Camp C-Woo is intended for children ages 6 to 11. Parent's Night Out runs from 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Limited spots available, RSVP today by emailing email@example.com! **Mark Your Calendars** Camp C-Woo Spring Break Camp Monday, March 20 - Friday, March 24 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Registration: $215
World Immigration: The New Reality Feb. 14 • 6 - 7pm • SURC Ballroom • Free Reception at 5:30 PM | Book signing following the event Open to Everyone Dr. Catherine Dauvergne will address how immigration is changing worldwide, focused on the identity of migrants, their experience and the changing paradigm for nation states. Dr. Dauvergne is the Dean of Law at the University of British Columbia and the author of the 2016 book "The New Politics of Immigration and the End of Settler Societies." She has researched and written extensively on world migration. Reception at 5:30 preceding the event, book signing immediately following. For more information, Manuel Rodriguez, director at the Center for Leadership & Community Engagement at 509-963-1667 or Manuel.Rodriguez@cwu.edu.