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04/15/2017 - 2017 Arbor Festival

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sun, 2017-04-09 20:00
The theme for the 2017 Arbor Festival is "Trees are the Best" where we are celebrating the Arboretum's 50th Anniversary! Email any questions to- info@ahtrees.org.

04/15/2017 - Iron Horse Brewery tour

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sun, 2017-04-09 20:00
$10 tour gets you: a tour, custom glass, beer sampler coupon for [the pub] & a sample Tickets must be purchased in advance here: https://ironhorsebrewery.ticketleap.com/tour-april15/

04/17/2017 - Friends of the Ellensburg Library Book Club Tea

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sun, 2017-04-09 20:00
Annual Friends of the Ellensburg Library Book Club Tea. Dr. Warren Street, author Refreshments Need not be a book group member to attend.

04/17/2017 - Friends of the Ellensburg Library Book Club Tea

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sun, 2017-04-09 20:00
Annual Friends of the Ellensburg Library Book Club Tea. Dr. Warren Street, author Refreshments Need not be a book group member to attend.

04/12/2017 - Lion Rock Reading: Amy Quan Barry

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2017-04-08 20:00
Poet and novelist Amy Quan Barry will visit Central Washington University this month as part of the Lion Rock Visiting Writers series. On Wednesday, April 12th, Barry will read from her work at 7:30pm in the Student Union Ballroom. Earlier that day, she will give a craft talk titled "Navigating the Ineffable" at noon in Black Hall room 151. Both events are free and open to the public. Her books will be available for sale courtesy of the CWU Wildcat Shop after the 7:30pm event. Barry has won numerous awards, including the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, fellowships from Stanford University, the Wisconsin Institution for Creative Writing, the Wisconsin Arts Board, and the National Endowment for the arts. She is the author of four books of poetry, and a novel, She Weeps Each Time You're Born, a magical realist story set in Viet Nam.

04/13/2017 - Early Learning Coalition STEM

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2017-04-08 20:00
Come explore fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities for children up to age 5 (older siblings welcome too)!

Developmental Screening available too!

04/14/2017 - Parent's Night Out with Camp C-Woo

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2017-04-08 20:00
Parent's Night Out Dates 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 campcwoo@gmail.com!

04/14/2017 - Sip & Twist

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2017-04-08 20:00
Liesl Zappler $37.50, $30 material fee Learn wire bending to create your own mobile. Students must bring their own needle-nose pliers and wire cutters. Gloves are optional. Wine, beer and light snacks provided.

04/12/2017 - Women, Wine & Whatever

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Fri, 2017-04-07 20:00
Come join us ladies! Enjoy spending time with new & old friends at different locations in our community every month.

We’ll have a brief chat about Women & Wealth, led by Jessica Noyes with New York Life Insurance, followed by a fun game to test your knowledge!

Iron Horse Brewery has fabulous Food and Drinks available for purchase with a fantastic atmosphere for those 21+.

Women, Wine & Whatever is a monthly networking event for the fabulous women of Kittitas County. Enjoy drinks with a great group of women while we discussing our frustrations, successes, personal and professional lives, and goals.

04/10/2017 - PBS Documentary "A Call to Conscience" at CWU ft. guest speaker Megan Francis

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Tue, 2017-04-04 20:00
Megan Ming Francis will be introducing and leading discussion on PBS Documentary “MLK: A Call to Conscience”. This free event, on the heels of the 50th Anniversary of MLK’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech, will spark discussion regarding political activism during a time of war. Francis, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Washington, specializes in the study of American politics, race and the development of constitutional law. Francis explores the early campaign against state sanctioned racial violence of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in her award-winning book, “Civil Rights and the Making of the Modern American State” (2014). Her passion for exploring civil rights issues and black political activism promises to shine in her discussion of the documentary. The featured documentary “MLK: A Call to Conscience” provides an intimate look at the controversy behind King’s famed “Beyond Vietnam” speech. It features interviews with individuals such as King’s legal advisor Clarence Jones and Poor People’s Campaign organizer Marian Wright Edelman, and is being shown six days after the speech’s 50th Anniversary (the speech was delivered at Riverside Church in New York, New York on April 4, 1967). This event is in conjunction with CWU’s 2017 NEA Big Read featuring Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried”.

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