Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
Updated: 20 hours 7 min ago
The Center will have our Free Thanksgiving Dinner for Everyone in the Community. It begins at noon. The Center will supply the turkey, dressing, potatoes gravy and a vegetable. We will have a sign up sheet at the Sunshine Desk for those that are able to bring a salad or dessert .
Plaid Friday is a nationally celebrated event the Friday after Thanksgiving, encouraging shoppers to support local businesses as they kick off their holiday shopping! Many of our downtown merchants will be thrilled to see you in their shops, decked out in plaid. Celebrate the diversity and creativity of independent businesses in your downtown.
Shops will be open regular business hours.
Places participating include (but are not limited to):
Troutwater Fly Shop
Nerdcore Toys and Collectibles
Pearl Street Books
Evolve Clothing and Jewelry
Ellensburg Pet Center
John Ford Clymer Museum
The Soup Bowl
Look for the Plaid Friday Participant Sign!
A free public event held on campus. Hands-on exploration of night-time science with activities, displays, the Planetarium, and much more! Cub Scouts, Webelo Scouts, Brownie Girl Scouts, and Junior Girl Scouts can earn their astronomy-related badges. Some shows require pre-registration. More details to come- visit cwu.edu/cesme.
Red Curtain Broadway Revue Directed by Terri Brown and selected BFA Musical Theatre students November 17, 18 19 at 7:30 PM November 20 at 2:00 PM McConnell Auditorium Advanced purchase recommended Central Theater Ensemble brings a taste of Broadway to Ellensburg.
The Seattle Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany and Central Washington University cordially invite you to a discussion with Jan Techau, on Friday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. in the Planetarium, Science II building. The discussion will be on the “Turmoil and Order in the Old World.” This event is free and open to everyone. Jan Techau is the Director of the American Academy in Berlin’s Richard C. Holbrooke Forum for the Study of Diplomacy and Governance. He works on European Union integration and foreign policy, transatlantic affairs, and German foreign and security policy. Pax Americana is a state of relative international peace regarded as overseen by the United States. So what’s next for Europe after Pax Americana? This is a crucial question not just for peace and stability in Europe, but also for the future of liberal world order as a whole. As America’s willingness and ability to guarantee peace and stability in Europe is dwindling, the traditional instability of Europe returns. Mr. Techau will try to provide some answers to the strategic questions dominating the transatlantic agenda. This presentation is part of the university’s annual Social Justice and Human Rights Dialogues focusing on the topic of migration. This program was made possible by a generous grant through the European Recovery Program and sponsored by the Office of the Associate Provost. For more information, please contact email@example.com or 509-963-1404.
The Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce 108th Annual Celebration.
Enjoy an evening at The Cattle Barn while we honor distinguished individuals and businesses in Kittitas County. You will also have the opportunity to vote for the 2017 Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Live Music. Food by The Red Pickle Food Truck. No Host Bar.
Join us for Knudson Lumber's Holiday Ladies Night!!!! November 17th, 6 – 7:30 p.m at Knudson Lumber.
Product demonstrations and holiday displays with gift ideas for just about everyone on your list!
Local vendors and store suppliers including:
-Staycee Lowe Massage
AND MUCH MORE!!
Light Hors D’oeuvres & Christmas Goodies provided and WINE TASTING by Springboard Winery!
PRIZE DRAWINGS DURING THE EVENT, INCLUDING A GRAND PRIZE DRAWING! * Must be 18 or over to be eligible for all free gifts and prizes.
The first 100 ladies to make a purchase will receive a beautiful Knudson Lumber ornament.
Those who pre-register to this event on Facebook prior to Nov. 17th will also receive a FREE gift at the event! Remember: This event is for Ladies Only!
Doors Open: 6 p.m. | Film: 7 p.m. This year Warren Miller Entertainment (WME) is bringing its 67th annual film, “Here, There & Everywhere,” to CWU’s campus and the snow centric film won’t disappoint. WME has brought the best of winter sports to the big screen and set an industry standard in quality, scope and entertainment since 1949. Additionally, Outdoor Pursuits & Rentals (OPR) will offer up raffle prizes for ski related giveaways during the intermission and each ticket purchases will come with a free lift ticket to Mission Ridge. Add Stevens Pass will be offering a ticket voucher that offers a 2 for 1 tickets with blackout dates. Tickets are available for purchase at the Wildcat Shop, OPR, and online at www.cwu.edu/tickets. Advance tickets are $12 for students, $16 for general admission and $18 day of the event.
November's Women, Wine & Whatever get-together will be at [the pub] Iron Horse Brewery in Downtown Ellensburg. Yes! They serve wine! This is great opportunity to meet other professional women in the area.
This event if for women 21 or over.
Join a screening and panel discussion of the documentary – The Search for General Tso, on Nov. 15 at 5 p.m. A mouthwatering, entertaining film that discovers the culinary mystery of Chinese-American cuisine. The event will be in the SURC Ballroom, where you can enjoy free appetizers of General Tso’s Chicken. The discussion panel will feature, Dr. Ronnie Littlejohn - Belmont University, Dr. Chong Eun Ahn - CWU History, Dr. Annie Yang - CWU Communication, Dr. Yukari Amos, CWU Education, Development, Teaching and Learning. This presentation is part of the university’s annual Social Justice and Human Rights Dialogues focusing on the topic of migration. The event is sponsored by Asia Pacific Studies, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Dining Services. For more information, please contact Lynn Thompson at (509) 963-1818 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nerdcore Toys is hosting Star Wars X-Wing & Armada miniatures table top game.
This 1.5 day training will focus on communication and conflict resolution skills to address workplace problems and disputes. The skills learned in this training will be useful in all settings where people interact with one another, such as between coworkers, with customers, between supervisors or human resource staff and employees, and in personal relationships as well. This training utilizes large group presentation and discussion, as well as experiential practice as a means of teaching these skills. Participants will leave with concrete methods of addressing the conflict in their workplaces and in their lives.
The historic Thorp Grist Mill will have it's annual membership meeting on November 15, 2016 at 7 p.m. in the Thorp School library. Catch up with friends, discuss the achievements and challenges of the past year, and learn about future plans for continuing the legacy of Thorp Mill in our community and beyond. We hope to see you there!
Join us for a Ribbon Cutting at Blue Rock Saloon for a one year anniversary!