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Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
Updated: 4 hours 19 min ago

08/07/2014 - I502 Community Safety Forum

Tue, 2014-08-05 20:00
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Join us

in learning about actions we can take as a community to keep our kids safe and our community healthy regarding the legalization of marijuana

 

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August 7th

6:30-8pm

Ellensburg City Hall

Chambers

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Speakers Include:

Obie O’Brien-Kittitas County Commissioner

Ann Riley-Director, Kittitas County Community Network & Coalition

Derek Franklin-Project Director, Mercer Island Communities That Care Coalition

 

 

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08/15/2014 - Cle Elum Coffee Club

Mon, 2014-08-04 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 door prize raffle.

08/16/2014 - Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Club Expo

Mon, 2014-08-04 20:00
The Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Club Expo will be held August 16th & 17th , 2014 at the  Ag Museum Grounds in Union Gap. Admission includes entry to the expo, flea market and the agricultural museum.  There will be a large disply of antique farm equipment and demonstrations.  Wheat threshing and binding, blacksmithing, working sawmill and much, much more.  Other activities will be homemade ice cream, kiddy train rides,live entertainment and NEW this year a Petting Zoo & Kids treasure Hunt.

08/13/2014 - Slim & Sassy using Essential Oils- A New You

Sun, 2014-08-03 20:00

Join A New You at 111 W Tacoma St for the Slim & Sassy using Essential Oils Class

Slim & Sassy using Essential Oils - Wednesday, Aug. 13th 6:30pm and Monday, Aug. 18th 6:30pm

Learn what is a fat cell's function, How to support your body's metabolism and insulin response and toxin release systems, and How using a safe all-natural essential oils with no stimulants or artificial ingredients or chemicals can support and induce weight loss.

08/09/2014 - Fly Fishing 101

Sat, 2014-08-02 20:00
Receive a great fly fishing foundation through our Fly Fishing 101 class. This four hour program will introduce you to the art of fly fishing that may corrupt your life because you will just want to go fishing all the time! You?ll receive a thorough review of the equipment and supplies for fly fishing, a basic understanding of aquatic insects, and solid instruction on casting techniques. This course is taught by the experts at the Troutwater Fly Shop and Guide Service in Ellensburg. It includes all necessary equipment and supplies along with lunch. Consider following up this course with a half day guided fly fishing trip on the Yakima the following weekend to practice your new skills! Visit CWU.EDU/CE and click on Personal Enrichment, Outdoor Recreation & Fitness to register! Registration in advance is required.

08/05/2014 - Tales of the Old West!

Fri, 2014-08-01 20:00
Join The Yarn Spinners' a storytelling club for a night of tales and stories of the Old West and more! Suitable for friends and families. Adult supervision required for children up to age 15,please.

08/06/2014 - Outdoor Movie Madness: "Old Yeller"

Fri, 2014-08-01 20:00
Grab some snacks, a few lawn chairs and get ready for this great line-up of family-friendly movies! FREE!

08/01/2014 - Wenatchee Youth Circus 62nd Performance Season

Tue, 2014-07-29 20:00

Please join the Wenatchee Youth Circus 62nd performance season this week at the CWU Music Hall lawn on Alder and Dean Nicholson Blvd.

The performance lot set up is this Thursday July 31st.

Performances are Friday Aug. 1 at 10am & 6pm, and Saturday Aug 2nd at 2pm.

Tickets are sold at the gate by the sponsors Kiwanis Club of Ellensburg.
 Friday 10am show prices are Adult $5, Youth ages 3-12 $2, and Toddlers/Infants FREE.

Friday 6pm & Sat 2pm show prices Family pass (2 adults and 4 kids) $25, Adult $10, Youth ages 3-12 $5, and Toddlers/Infants FREE.

Spectators are encouraged to bring a blanket or camping chair for seating.

The Wenatchee Youth Circus is comprised of approximately 40 youth, ages 2-20, performing professional level circus arts acts. The WYC is a non-profit organization with volunteer chaperones and youth performers from all over the state of Washington. Membership is open to all interested youth and families. The circus program allows youth to develop athletic skills, work ethic and provides a summer activity like no other. This year there are 6 local youth performing: Jillian Davis (Ring Mistress, Roman Ladders, Span Set, Tumbling Arts) Libby Davis (Roman Ladders, Tumbling Arts) Maddy Jenkins (Span Set, Roman Ladders, Unicycle) Cole Tipton (Flying Trapeze Catcher, Double Trapeze, Teeter Board, Tumbling Arts), Courtney Tipton (Double Trapeze, Swinging Ladders, Single Trapeze, Roman Ladders and Tumbling Arts), Blake Wallace (Trampoline, Teeter Board, Tight Wire, High Wire)

Please feel free to contact us directly at 509-929-6609 or
ptipton9699@gmail.com, or visit our website at www.wenatcheeyouthcircus.com to learn more about our performances or performers. Hope to see you at the lot! 

08/02/2014 - Wenatchee Youth Circus 62nd Performance Season

Tue, 2014-07-29 20:00

Please join the Wenatchee Youth Circus 62nd performance season this week at the CWU Music Hall lawn on Alder and Dean Nicholson Blvd.

The performance lot set up is this Thursday July 31st.

Performances are Friday Aug. 1 at 10am & 6pm, and Saturday Aug 2nd at 2pm.

Tickets are sold at the gate by the sponsors Kiwanis Club of Ellensburg.
 Friday 10am show prices are Adult $5, Youth ages 3-12 $2, and Toddlers/Infants FREE.

Friday 6pm & Sat 2pm show prices Family pass (2 adults and 4 kids) $25, Adult $10, Youth ages 3-12 $5, and Toddlers/Infants FREE.

Spectators are encouraged to bring a blanket or camping chair for seating.

The Wenatchee Youth Circus is comprised of approximately 40 youth, ages 2-20, performing professional level circus arts acts. The WYC is a non-profit organization with volunteer chaperones and youth performers from all over the state of Washington. Membership is open to all interested youth and families. The circus program allows youth to develop athletic skills, work ethic and provides a summer activity like no other. This year there are 6 local youth performing: Jillian Davis (Ring Mistress, Roman Ladders, Span Set, Tumbling Arts) Libby Davis (Roman Ladders, Tumbling Arts) Maddy Jenkins (Span Set, Roman Ladders, Unicycle) Cole Tipton (Flying Trapeze Catcher, Double Trapeze, Teeter Board, Tumbling Arts), Courtney Tipton (Double Trapeze, Swinging Ladders, Single Trapeze, Roman Ladders and Tumbling Arts), Blake Wallace (Trampoline, Teeter Board, Tight Wire, High Wire)

Please feel free to contact us directly at 509-929-6609 or
ptipton9699@gmail.com, or visit our website at www.wenatcheeyouthcircus.com to learn more about our performances or performers. Hope to see you at the lot! 

08/04/2014 - Introduction to Essential Oils- A New You

Tue, 2014-07-29 20:00
Join A New You located at 111 W Tacoma St. for the Introduction to Essential Oils Class 
 

Learn what essential oils are, How they work, How they support the body's natural restorative powers, and How to use them as alternative healthcare.

08/01/2014 - Back-To-School BOGO at Valley Vision and Hearing Associates

Mon, 2014-07-28 20:00
Start the new school year off right with new glasses! When you purchase a full set of frames and lenses, children in grades K-12 get a second pair at 50% off! Ask an optician about sport and safety specials as well.

08/08/2014 - Dineen Vineyards & Two Mountain Winery

Mon, 2014-07-28 20:00
Join us on one of our many trips through wine and hop country this summer.  Enjoy the natural beauty of central Washington and learn about the industries that make our area unique.  Enrollment is limited so reserve your seat TODAY by visiting cwu.deu/ce/bus-tours-day-trips 
Cost per seat is $85.00

08/08/2014 - Dineen Vineyards & Two Mountain Winery Bus Tour

Mon, 2014-07-28 20:00
Our first stop is Dineen Vineyards and estate winery in Zillah, where we will enjoy sweeping views of the valley and property while sampling award winning wines. Our next stop will be to visit with the winemakers at Two Mountain Winery, which in addition to delicious wines, offers breathtaking views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier. (Lunch included).

08/09/2014 - Kruisin Kittitas Burnouts & Car Show

Mon, 2014-07-28 20:00
The 13th Annual Kruisin Kittitas Burnouts & Car Show will be on Saturday August 9th 2014 on Main St. in Kittitas, Washington. Check out www.KittitasCarShow.com for more information & pictures or like us on facebook! 

Don't forget about the kids cardboard car show and the variety of Vendors that will be at the event as well!

Car show check in begins at 8:00am.
 Cars can begin to park along Main St. at 8:00am to begin the Car show. Registration is $15.00 per car. The show officially begins at 10:00am
Judging: The judging will begin at 10:30am. The following categories will be judged:
Most Original Pre-1950, Best of the 30’s & 40’s, Best of the 50’s, Best of the 60’s, Best of the 70’s to Present, Best Project Car, Best Custom Paint, Peoples Choice and Two Judges Choice Awards.
Awards: The winners of the car show will be presented their awards around 1:30pm by the announcer. A trophy plaque will be the prize for each category.
Door Prizes: Door prizes will be randomly awarded throughout the day by the Announcer- car show and burnout entrants will be automatically signed up for door prizes at the time of registration.
Poker Walk: Open to the public for $5.00 a hand. Each car show & burnout entrant gets one (1) free hand (received at time of registration)
Kids Cardboard Show: The 3rd annual kid’s car show will begin at Noon in the New Life Church Parking lot (Main St. Kittitas) Open to all children 12 years old or younger. Each child is asked to create a cardboard car of out of recycled garbage. The cardboard car show registration will be from Noon-1:00pm, Judging from 1:00pm-1:30pm with awards presented at the announcer stage at 2:00pm. The judges will present awards and the kids will parade inside their creations along Main St. for two blocks before the Car show begins. Dash plaques awarded to all participants. The judging categories for this event are: Most colorful, most realistic, most masculine, and most feminine.
Parade 2:30pm Main St: This is where you will get to see those beautiful cars in motion. The cars will parade down Main St. and the announcer will announce the driver, owner, make, model and award received (if any) This is a good time for the crowd to get to know a little bit about the people behind the cars. At this point the car show is over, and after the parade is completed the burnouts begin!
Burnouts on Main St.: The burnouts will begin after the parade has finished. There is a slight lag in events as the burnout drivers are lined up, safety inspected, and debriefed on the rules. If you are planning on being a burnout contestant please read the rules available on the website or call with any questions. The burnouts will take place directly in front of the hardware store on Main St. The vehicles will do a slow rolling burnout (no standing still) along one city block, showing off by laying as much rubber and creating as much smoke as possible. Power braking is encouraged and showmanship is king! Winners will receive bragging rights and an award. There are three divisions: Pro Class, Amateur Class and Truck Class. Entrants choose their own division and will draw a number to determine the order of the lineup. Last year’s winners will go last in each division.
 
 

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