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04/12/2016 - Lunch & Learn Shari Storm

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Tue, 2016-04-05 20:00
Lunch & Learn - Shari Storm
How to be More Productive, Persuasive and Happy at Your Job
Often small changes in the way you interact with others – be it your employees, your teammates or your family – can have big impacts on how much you are able to accomplish.
Learn some tricks for getting the most out of people – and yourself – by playing to the strengths of those around you.
Shari Storm is a funny and engaging speaker who dishes up a bit of common sense and some practical advise for getting ahead in your career.
 
Shari Storm
Shari spent 16 years as an executive at a Seattle area credit union. She is now the owner of a consulting company called Category 6 Consulting.   
Her book, Motherhood is the New MBA: Using Your Parenting Skills to be a Better Boss in was published by St. Martin's Press. With almost 7,000 copies sold, it has been translated into Mandarin and has been purchased for publications in four countries. The book jacket includes endorsements from a Pulitzer Prize winner, a producer of the TV series 24 and the chair of the board of PCC Natural Markets.
Shari speaks around the country on how anyone can be a better leader, employee and community member by using the skills used to raise small children.
A native of Kennewick, WA, Shari now lives in Edmonds, WA with her three young daughters and her movie-making husband and a dog named Fern.
 
 
 

04/13/2016 - Autism Panel

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Tue, 2016-04-05 20:00
This panel will feature students on the spectrum sharing their personal experience with autism. They will address different barriers they have faced as well as how to form a supportive community. Hosted by CDSJ and Disability Services, this event is part of Autism Appreciation Month: ?Smash Stigma & Celebrate Neurodivergence.?

04/11/2016 - Monday Movie Madness: The Big Short

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Mon, 2016-04-04 20:00
Apr. 11 Monday Movie Madness: The Big Short Showings: 7 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.  SURC Theatre Free for CWU students with ID, $3 general admission Closed Captioning Available Campus Activities ? 509-963-1450 R ? 130 min  Biography/Comedy/Drama Four denizens in the world of high-finance predict the credit and housing bubble collapse of the mid-2000s, and decide to take on the big banks for their greed and lack of foresight.

04/07/2016 - Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner Volunteer round Up!

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2016-04-02 20:00
Annual volunteer recognition event/dinner for active volunteers serving in the 11 hosting agencies. Volunteers will receive an invitation and will be asked to respond to attend. Event hosted by 11 local non profit agencies, organizations and the Daily Record.

04/07/2016 - Knudson Lumber Spring Ladies Night!

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2016-04-02 20:00
You're invited to Knudson Lumber's Ladies Night!

(Facebook Event)

Knudson Lumber would like to invite you to their Spring Ladies Night event held at Knudson Lumber (1791 Vantage Hwy) on Thursday April 7th 6:00pm-8:00pm

What to expect:
Shop with your girlfriends
Free wine & cheese tasting
Meet with Knudson vendors
Win prizes
Play games
View gardening demonstrations
And... HAVE FUN!

Please RSVP on Facebook, where you can also stay tuned for more information. 
 

04/07/2016 - CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice Women's Poetry Slam

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2016-04-02 20:00
An evening of jazz, art, and empowerment. On April 7, CWU?s Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) will be hosting a women?s poetry slam at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation (SURC) Ballroom. The event, which will feature women from all walks of life on and off of CWU?s campus reading poems, will also feature living painting and jazz. ?It?s a celebration of the power of voice and story,? Taylor Boteilho, Student Program Coordinator for the CDSJ, said about the event. ?There?s going to be a lot of different textures playing off of each other beautifully.? The event is free and open to the public, it promises not to disappoint.

04/08/2016 - Kestrel Point Neighborhood Celebration

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2016-04-02 20:00
Ribbon cutting with Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.
Food & Beverages

04/09/2016 - Washington Rodeo Youth Royalty Round up and Miss Pro West Rachel Mundell Coronat

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Sat, 2016-04-02 20:00
Washington Rodeo Royalty Roundup for ages Sweetheart 5-8, Little Rodeo Queen 9-12, Junior Rodeo Queen 13-15 competing in personality, appearance speech, knowledge and horsemanship 9-5, the 5 to 9pm is Miss Pro West Rachell Mundell coronation and fund raiser. For contestant information email: eburgteamc@yahoo.com, for Miss Pro West donation or sponsorship call 509 638-3308 Ashely Anderson.

04/06/2016 - Frank B. Wilderson ? ?Social Justice and Civil Rights?

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Fri, 2016-04-01 20:00
Professor, filmmaker, activist and author Frank B. Wilderson, III, Ph.D., will be speaking at CWU to share his views and experience with social justice in his talk titled ?Social Justice and Civil Rights.? Wilderson grew up during a time when activism, such as the Black Panther Party movement and student uprisings, was widespread. In addition to events happening in America, Wilderson?s perspective on race relations was heavily influenced by his time spent in South Africa. One of two elected American officials with the African National Congress (ANC), Wilderson joined in the fight to end apartheid. He writes of his time?including how Nelson Mandela once called him ?a threat to national security??in his award-winning memoir ?Incognegro.? Wilderson has a background in creative writing and presently teaches drama and African American studies at the University of California, Irvine. His unique firsthand experiences with civil rights and social justice are part of what make Wilderson a fascinating voice on these topics. Wilderson?s appearance is part of the CWU Social Justice and Human Rights Series. This year?s inaugural theme is Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice: Black and Brown Lives Do Matter.

04/05/2016 - Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series: Ava Chin

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Thu, 2016-03-31 20:00
Ava Chin, author of Eating Wildly: Foraging for Life, Love, and the Perfect Meal, will be reading from her latest work at Central Washington University on April 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) Ballroom. Chin will hold a craft talk, Why I Write: Tips for Aspiring Writers,? earlier that day at noon in Black Hall Room 151. The reading, followed by a book signing, and craft talk is free and open to the public. Her latest work won 1st Prize in the 2015 M.F.K. Fisher Book Awards and Kirkus called Eating Wildly ?A delectable feast of the heart.? A former slam poet, The Huffington Post named her one of "9 Contemporary Authors You Should Be Reading." Chin is part of the Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series. For a complete schedule visit www.cwu.edu/english/lion-rock-visiting-writers-series. Sponsors: College of Arts and Humanities, Department of English, Club Senate, Inklings Creative Writing Club, The Wildcat Shop and Karen Gookin

04/06/2016 - Invasive Plants- Identification, Early Detection and Reporting

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Thu, 2016-03-31 20:00
IDENTIFICATION, EARLY DETECTION, AND REPORTING OF INVASIVE PLANTS WORKSHOP ?Hosted by: Marc Eylar, Kittitas Co. Noxious Weed Board and Helen Lau USFS Botanist. About the Program The PNW Invasive Plant Council (PNW IPC) is a non-profit conservation organization (http://www.pnw-ipc.org/) working in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, Washington Dept. of Agriculture (WSDA), county noxious weed boards, and other state and local groups on a Citizen Science EDRR (Early Detection Rapid Response) program. With funding from the NFF, NFWF, WSDA and others we are gearing up for our fifth year to search for priority and newly emerging invasive plants in our National Forests, Parks and beyond. Our mission is to recruit new volunteers and inspire our current volunteer base to search for invasive plant populations. We have specific focal areas in National Forests and Parks, and DNR Natural Areas Preserves but there is a great need to document emerging invasive populations on all public lands. If you are hiking, boating, kayaking, horseback riding or working on public lands and are interested in participating in our program and/or interested in learning more about invasive plants and the problems they cause you are invited to attend. PNW ICP?s Citizen Science Invasive Plant EDRR Volunteer Training Our mission is to train citizens to identify a suite of invasive plants and to take basic data on their location and population numbers so we can inform land managers of their presence which will help lead to their eradication before they spread. We will train volunteers to identify target invasive plants in a 2.5 hour training which includes a PowerPoint presentation and examination of herbarium specimens and live material. Volunteers who sign up for the program will receive a training booklet to help ID species in the field along with survey forms and instruction on how to fill out the survey form. Trainings are intended to equip volunteers with the knowledge necessary to conduct invasive plant surveys on the land volunteers love to recreate in. We hope that each volunteer who signs up will conduct at least 1 to 2 surveys over the field season. Your efforts will directly support the maintenance of healthy ecosystems.

04/04/2016 - Monday Movie Madness: Ride Along 2

ELLENSBURG: EAT, PLAY, STAY! - Wed, 2016-03-30 20:00
Apr. 4 Monday Movie Madness: Ride Along 2 Showings: 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.SURC Theatre Free for CWU students with ID, $3 general admission Closed Captioning Available Campus Activities ? 509-963-1450 PG-13  101 min  Action/Comedy As his wedding day approaches, Ben heads to Miami with his soon-to-be brother-in-law James to bring down a drug dealer who's supplying the dealers of Atlanta with product.

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