Enjoy a delicious dinner, auctions, raffles, and more!
All proceeds aid Kittitas County Field & Stream Club efforts to support
wildlife while improving recreation opportunities in our county.
Our first Chukar Run was in 1987 to support our game bird raise-and-release project. Club members raised thousands of chukars, pheasants and more to supplement local populations. In 1996, Outdoor Life magazine touted Kittitas County as best for chukar hunting.
Over the years our projects have evolved to include supporting other local outdoor organizations and representing our county's recreation interests on a variety of local and state committees regarding land use and game and wildlife management.
Throughout the years, the Chukar Run has remained the cornerstone of our fundraising efforts and your support is most sincerely appreciated.
The gallery will house an eclectic collection of primitive art fetched from a variety of countries and cultures, including sculptures, baskets, woven handiwork, pottery, paintings, and sculptures created from a variety of woods, stones and metals. This is a wonderful draw for people strolling the streets looking for interesting things to see. For instance, the gallery will have blowguns and spears on display, and a collection of maps dated from the 1700s. One of those, very old, is a map of all the silver, gold and copper mines in America. The gallery has four rooms and a reception area. One room serves as the main gallery, another houses romantic art. A theme room will be refreshed quarterly, and there is a room dedicated to the work of local artists decorated with tree bark to give it the Pacific Northwest look and feel.
It's Spring Break and school's out! Let our trained counselors take your kid(s) on a Spring Break Camp adventure. This activity based camp aids in the physical, educational and social development of children ages 6-11. Limited spots available, register today!
About The Camp: The magic in every student comes to life as never before when they are empowered to be as creative as they were all born to be! In partnership with Black Rocket Productions, a company with over a decade of experience designing camps in the STEM and Digital Arts fields. STEM Cats is powered by the camper’s innate imagination and designed to bring their ideas to life in a fun, hands-on learning environment. Camps are divided into sections that are age appropriate and increase in complexity to challenge all to reach their full potential! STEM Cats will mirror real-life experiences and the collaborative nature of the creative process. Campers will work in pairs or sections for most of the design process and end the class with a finished product to take home and show family and friends. This youth camp will be hosted on the CWU Ellensburg campus, in the Multimodal Education Center. Camp will run, Monday- Friday, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, throughout spring break from March 20th to March 24th and is designed for kids age 8 to 14.
Help us raise money for FISH Food Bank through a ridiculous race. Family-friendly.
Wednesday, March 8, 12:30 – 2:00 at WorkSource:
KittitasWorks Job Club will host Bill Hansen, Director of Economic Development for the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Hansen will be sharing some insights into the future of Kittitas County and the potential for job growth here. Job Club is a small group of trusted peers who meet weekly to talk candidly about job searching and career advancement with the goal of supporting the success of all members. Open to anyone interested in attending.
Come join us ladies! Enjoy spending time with new and old friends at different locations in our community every month.
Gard Vintners will be offering $4 glasses and $16 bottles of Rose for Women, Wine, & Whatever guests! Delicious! Appetizers will be available for purchase.
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 discuss our frustrations, successes, personal and professional lives, and goals.
Come tour the brewery! Get a custom glass, plus a sampler card to redeem at the pub. You can see where Irish Death is made.
Cave B Estate Winery has chosen to partner with the Quincy Valley Medical Center Foundation again this year to raise funds for the Emergency Medical Services at our local Quincy Valley Medical Center.
The Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima & Kittitas Counties is having our Basic Mediation Training in Yakima, WA. Mediation is a cooperative way to resolve disputes effectively, confidentially, and out of court. In this 40-hour training, you will learn and practice the skills required to become a neutral third-party mediator in any setting. This is an opportunity to develop communication and conflict resolution skills and contribute to non-violent, non-adversarial dispute resolution in our community. Optional mediator certification is available through the DRC with additional training.