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Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
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03/24/2014 - Healing Meditation Classes

Sat, 2014-03-15 20:00
Healing Meditation Classes are held weekly every Monday and Wednesday.  These classes are open to the public and you may drop in any time.

As you enter into the Healing Sanctuary of New Perspective Healing Center you will meet other like-minded souls. Classes begin with a guided meditation to help you to release the activities and stresses in your day.  This will prepare you for the second meditation. Here I will use music and my own flair for using healing energy to help aid in your own process to attune to your highe self and ultimately to our Higher Source.  An intention (topic) will be set each week to help open and expand your consciousness taking you on a journey within and one with the opportunity for healing on the deeper levels.  All participants will benefit from the energy as a group as well as experience their own personal healing journey.  After the end of the healing meditation I invite each participant to share their journey experience with the class (not required) and open the space for continual discussion. Whether you are experienced with meditation or a novice these classes will open your heart in a new and unique way.  Please join us.

Karin Stanley is a Spiritual Mentor and Transformative Healing Guide, owner of New Perspective Healing Center, LLC. Her work includes Spiritual Mentoring, Spiritual Awakening Program, Integrated Imagery Healing, Energy-Sound Healing, Distance Healing, Couples & Relationship Healing, Sexual and Physical Abuse Healing, and Classes & Workshops.

03/25/2014 - Water Rights in Upper Kittitas County

Sat, 2014-03-15 20:00
6:30pm - 8:00pm, Water Rights Workshop - Kittitas County Washington Water Trust is hosting a Water Rights Workshop for Upper Kittitas County. All are welcome to attend. Attendees will learn more about how water rights are valued in real estate, about how groundwater mitigation banking works, and about opportunities for cooperative flow programs.  WWT staff will be available at 6:00 pm to provide water right consultations; the workshop presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. Hot beverages and light snacks will be provided.

03/20/2014 - Business After Hours

Fri, 2014-03-14 20:00
Please join us at the Kittitas County Chamber's March Business After Hours!

This month's BAH event is sponsored by:  
The Daily Record
Take part in fun paper games, great food & wine! We hope to see you there.


Come and take advantage of the business networking opportunities.  Connect with new and old business friends and neighbors.

This is the best way to spend two hours!!!

03/21/2014 - Cle Elum Coffee Club

Fri, 2014-03-14 20:00
Join us for Cle Elum Coffee Club, brought to you by the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.
The Cle Elum Coffee Club meets the third Friday of each month , from 9 -10 am. Coffee Club is an informal networking opportunity to share your business with others in the community, it is free and open to any business in the county.
For more information about the Cle Elum Coffee Club call
509-925-2002
Enjoy Coffee, Treats and don't forget to bring your business cards for the business card raffle.
March Sponsor & Host :
Windermere Real Estate Cle Elum
Stop by meet the staff , check out the homes for sale and  find out what is happening in Cle Elum & Roslyn -Hope to see you there!

03/21/2014 - Munch Madness

Fri, 2014-03-14 20:00
The Morning Rotary Club of Ellensburg is pleased to invite your business/organization to join us in an exciting community event.  In an effort to support our local food bank, we are planning to hold the first annual Ellensburg Morning Rotary Munch Madness competition.  Our goal is to engage the Ellensburg area businesses and organizations in a friendly competition against each other to raise food for the Ellensburg FISH Food Bank.  Your group could have the opportunity to help to raise over 5,000 pounds of food to donate to FISH. Last year Ellensburg High School students alone raised over 3,000 pounds.  Just think what we can do as a larger community!

The Munch Madness competition will be structured similar to the NCAA “March Madness” college basketball tournament.  Businesses and organizations participating will be placed in tournament style brackets as a team, and on a weekly basis from the dates of March 3rd – April 4th, teams will collect food.  On Fridays during these dates, teams will bring their collected food to the FISH food bank from the hours of 3pm to 5pm to weigh in their contributions.  The teams that bring in the most food in pounds move on in the brackets.  Teams knocked out of the competition are encouraged to support and partner with another team of their choice that has moved ahead.

If your business/organization is up for this challenge, here is how you can get involved. 

·       To participate, send the name and contact person of your business/organization to the following email: emrcmunchmadness@yahoo.com or by calling Heather Burfeind at 509-929-2450  or Sarah Keith 509-607-9813 by February 21, 2014.
·       Once we receive your information, we will set up the Munch Madness tournament brackets and send them out to participating groups.  Tournament brackets will also be published in the Daily Record and posted on the Ellensburg Morning Rotary Facebook.
·       Then, on March 3rd, it is “ready, set, and go” to collect food for FISH!

This is an electrifying community-wide opportunity for a valued community service.  The power of combining forces to serve an important service organization such the FISH Food Bank has lasting efforts for the Ellensburg population in need.  Friendly competition for a good cause – it doesn’t get much better than this.  The Ellensburg Morning Rotary Club looks forward to your participation and support of this opportunity.

We know you will consider how your involvement in this event can make a larger impact on the Ellensburg community!

03/22/2014 - Rodeo City Rollergirls Bout

Fri, 2014-03-14 20:00
Rodeo City Rollergirls vs. Skagit Valley Roller Derby

03/17/2014 - One Book One County Book Discussion

Thu, 2014-03-13 20:00
It?s 1925 in multi-ethnic Roslyn, Washington, where12 year old ?Cuss? is able to swear in fourteen languages. Unlike his brothers, who left school to work in coal mines, Cuss likes reading as much as goofing with friends. But bootleggers forced him to choose between his personal dreams and his family responsibilities.

03/19/2014 - Healing Meditation Classes

Thu, 2014-03-13 20:00
Healing Meditation Classes are held weekly every Monday and Wednesday.  These classes are open to the public and you may drop in any time.

As you enter into the Healing Sanctuary of New Perspective Healing Center you will meet other like-minded souls. Classes begin with a guided meditation to help you to release the activities and stresses in your day.  This will prepare you for the second meditation. Here I will use music and my own flair for using healing energy to help aid in your own process to attune to your highe self and ultimately to our Higher Source.  An intention (topic) will be set each week to help open and expand your consciousness taking you on a journey within and one with the opportunity for healing on the deeper levels.  All participants will benefit from the energy as a group as well as experience their own personal healing journey.  After the end of the healing meditation I invite each participant to share their journey experience with the class (not required) and open the space for continual discussion. Whether you are experienced with meditation or a novice these classes will open your heart in a new and unique way.  Please join us.

Karin Stanley is a Spiritual Mentor and Transformative Healing Guide, owner of New Perspective Healing Center, LLC. Her work includes Spiritual Mentoring, Spiritual Awakening Program, Integrated Imagery Healing, Energy-Sound Healing, Distance Healing, Couples & Relationship Healing, Sexual and Physical Abuse Healing, and Classes & Workshops.

03/18/2014 - Menopause 101

Wed, 2014-03-12 20:00
KVH Women?s health presents this informative and supportive evening. Ginger Longo, MD, and Teresa Beckett, PA-C discuss the symptoms of menopause, treatments for symptom relief, and routine care for menopausal women.

03/18/2014 - The Yarn Spinners Storytelling Club

Wed, 2014-03-12 20:00
The Yarn Spinners, a Story Telling Club

Spin a Yarn, Tell a Tale or Stretch the Truth.
Hal Holmes Center
209 N Ruby
Join us to learn, practice and share stories of all kinds or just listen.
Free! Ages 10 & up, ages 10-15 must be accompanied  by an adult.

February 4th 6-7pm
March 18th 6-7pm
April 8th 6-7pm
April 15th 6:30m-7:30pm

For more information contact:
Elaine Bleggi at 962-6347

Co-sponsored by the Ellensburg Public Library 

03/19/2014 - Mean & Lean in '14 (3rd Weigh In)

Wed, 2014-03-12 20:00
Are you ready to get Mean & Lean in '14!?

The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce along with RSVP & Volunteer Center of Kittitas County are excited to announce the beginning of this year’s Mean & Lean program! Last year was a huge success with over 100 participants with a total combined weight loss of 847.7 pounds!
 
With your registration you will receive a free weight loss journal (first 200 participants) and a Mean & Lean button, which you can wear to numerous local businesses to get discounts and special deals (Details coming soon)
 
12 Prizes will be awarded to the top male & female participants based on Percentage % of weight loss at the end of the program
 
13th prize: participants that attend all weigh ins will be entered into a drawing for a special 13th prize
 
Optional Weigh ins: Participants who attend each optional weigh in will be entered into a drawing to win prizes on that day regardless of weight change
 
We will be kicking off the program with the First weigh in and registration for Mean & Lean in ’14 on February 5th
 
 The Location of the weigh ins will be
The Adult Activity Center (506 S Pine St.)
 
On each weigh in day,
 you can drop by to weigh in within the following times:
6:45am-7:45am,
11:30am-1:15pm,
or 4:30pm-6:00pm
 
The weigh in dates are every third Wednesday
Starting on February 5th and going until May 14th
 
Weigh in dates:
February 5th
February 26th
March 19th
April 9th
April 30th
May 14th (Final Weigh in!)
 
The price for those who participated last year is $25.00! If you are new to the program or know someone who wants to participate for the first time this year the cost is $40.00
 
You can Register online on this page by clicking
“Register Online”
You can also register on the day of the first weigh in
(we accept Cash, Check, Visa & MasterCard)
 
Like our Facebook for easy updates about Mean & Lean:
https://www.facebook.com/GetMeanLeanIn13
 
If you have any questions or concerns,
Please contact Roylene Crawford
Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
(509) 925-2002
Roylene @KittitasCountyChamber.com
 
 

03/15/2014 - CWU Theatre Arts presents "Polaroid Stories" By Naomi Iizuka

Tue, 2014-03-11 20:00
Join the Central Theatre Arts Department as they perform ?Polaroid Stories? by Naomi Iizuka. A visceral blend of classical mythology and real life stories told by street kids, ?Polaroid Stories? explores myth making and storytelling from a fresh perspective. Not all the stories are true; some are lies, wild yams or clever deceits, but all the stories add up to some kind of truth. Don?t miss this intriguing and thought provoking show March 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the CWU Milo Smith Tower Theatre. Please be aware that this show contains themes that are not suitable for a young audience. Admission is $7 for CWU students w/ID, $12 general admission for adults and $10 general admission for seniors and students. Tickets are available at www.cwu.edu/theatre/tickets or at The Wildcat Shop. For more information visit www.cwu.edu/theatre.

03/16/2014 - CWU Theatre Arts presents "Polaroid Stories" By Naomi Iizuka

Tue, 2014-03-11 20:00
Join the Central Theatre Arts Department as they perform ?Polaroid Stories? by Naomi Iizuka. A visceral blend of classical mythology and real life stories told by street kids, ?Polaroid Stories? explores myth making and storytelling from a fresh perspective. Not all the stories are true; some are lies, wild yams or clever deceits, but all the stories add up to some kind of truth. Don?t miss this intriguing and thought provoking show March 16 at 2 p.m. in the CWU Milo Smith Tower Theatre. Please be aware that this show contains themes that are not suitable for a young audience. Admission is $7 for CWU students w/ID, $12 general admission for adults and $10 general admission for seniors and students. Tickets are available at www.cwu.edu/theatre/tickets or at The Wildcat Shop. For more information visit www.cwu.edu/theatre.

03/17/2014 - Healing Meditation Classes

Tue, 2014-03-11 20:00
Healing Meditation Classes are held weekly every Monday and Wednesday.  These classes are open to the public and you may drop in any time.

As you enter into the Healing Sanctuary of New Perspective Healing Center you will meet other like-minded souls. Classes begin with a guided meditation to help you to release the activities and stresses in your day.  This will prepare you for the second meditation. Here I will use music and my own flair for using healing energy to help aid in your own process to attune to your highe self and ultimately to our Higher Source.  An intention (topic) will be set each week to help open and expand your consciousness taking you on a journey within and one with the opportunity for healing on the deeper levels.  All participants will benefit from the energy as a group as well as experience their own personal healing journey.  After the end of the healing meditation I invite each participant to share their journey experience with the class (not required) and open the space for continual discussion. Whether you are experienced with meditation or a novice these classes will open your heart in a new and unique way.  Please join us.

Karin Stanley is a Spiritual Mentor and Transformative Healing Guide, owner of New Perspective Healing Center, LLC. Her work includes Spiritual Mentoring, Spiritual Awakening Program, Integrated Imagery Healing, Energy-Sound Healing, Distance Healing, Couples & Relationship Healing, Sexual and Physical Abuse Healing, and Classes & Workshops.

03/10/2014 - CWU Monday Movie Madness: The Hunger Games - Catching Fire

Mon, 2014-03-10 20:00
Closed Captioning Available: Arrive at the SURC Theatre 30 minutes prior to the show to speak with either Event Support staff or any of the Campus Activities programmers, who will be more than happy to add subtitles to the film. Contact: Emily Meyer, Campus Activities student programmer, 509-963-1450 or meyerem@cwu.edu

03/10/2014 - CWU Monday Movie Madness: The Hunger Games - Catching Fire

Mon, 2014-03-10 20:00
Closed Captioning Available: Arrive at the SURC Theatre 30 minutes prior to the show to speak with either Event Support staff or any of the Campus Activities programmers, who will be more than happy to add subtitles to the film. Contact: Emily Meyer, Campus Activities student programmer, 509-963-1450 or meyerem@cwu.edu

03/11/2014 - CWU Queer Film Series presents the documentary film "Paragraph 175"

Mon, 2014-03-10 20:00
The CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) continues their Queer Film Series with a free screening of the documentary ?Paragraph 175? Tuesday, March 11 at 5 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation (SURC) Pit.  The film chronicles the Nazi?s 1935 decision to revise Paragraph 175 of the German criminal code making homosexual acts between males a crime. Because of this code, around 140,000 men were convicted from 1827 to 1994. The film draws upon testimonies from a handful of survivors that witnessed the horror of the Nazi's purge of homosexuals.  Don?t miss the opportunity to hear these brave men tell their story of survival.  For more information contact the CDSJ at diversity@cwu.edu.

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