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Upcoming Events for Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce
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11/24/2020 - SBDC How to Start a Business

Wed, 2020-11-18 14:18
Interested in starting a business, but don’t know where to start? In this workshop, we’ll talk through the sequence of events that must take place for you to form your official legal entity and get licensed to do business in Washington. In addition, we’ll talk about business planning and how to validate the feasibility of your business idea. You’ll walk away knowing how to figure out whether your business idea can produce the amount of income you need. Registration link: https://wsu.zoom.us/.../tJ0qcu2vrTguHNCv16HMA8JqNZYtBPT4KQV2

01/16/2021 - 2021 Winterhop Brewfest

Sat, 2020-11-14 02:18

Join the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce for the 17th Annual virtual Ellensburg Winterhop Brewfest on January 16, 2021. Sip beer from the warmth of your home while engaging in exclusive Kittitas County craft brewery tours, behind the scenes video content, and exclusive interviews with some of Kittitas County's top craft brewers, all from our online portal. 

 

This year's Winterhop Brewfest is hyper local in order to showcase our favorite Kittitas County partners. Thank you to our participants: Roslyn Brewing CompanyDru BruWheel Line CiderTaneum Creek BrewingMule & Elk Brewing CompanyIron Horse BreweryWhipsaw Brewing and Heritage Distilling Company

 

Tickets to Winterhop Brewfest will include: 

 

$40 ticket 

 
  • A first ever 2021 Winterhop Brewfest BeerBox, featuring 6 signature drinks from our featured breweries and distillery to enjoy while exploring online content and tasting information (pick-up locations include a Bellevue location and Ellensburg location on January 9, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.).
  • Access to the 2021 Winterhop Brewfest online portal.
  • Behind the scenes content, digital brewery tours, and exclusive interviews with craft beer icons in Kittitas County.
  • Never before seen video content that never expires.
  • Ensuring that Winterhop Brewfest continues as an in person event for many years to come.
  • Supporting the local businesses and communities that we serve.
  • Helping leverage the local craft beer and spirits industry in Kittitas County.
  • Access to online shopping for Winterhop Brewfest merchandise.
 

$15 ticket

  • Access to the 2021 Winterhop Brewfest online portal.
  • Behind the scenes content, digital brewery tours, and exclusive interviews with craft beer icons in Kittitas County.
  • Never before seen video content that never expires.
  • Ensuring that Winterhop Brewfest continues as an in person event for many years to come.
  • Supporting the local businesses and communities that we serve.
  • Helping leverage the local craft beer and spirits industry in Kittitas County.
  • Access to online shopping for Winterhop Brewfest merchandise.
 

On November 16, 2020 tickets will go on sale. Once you purchase your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email. Mark yourself as going on the Facebook page and check back on the Facebook event periodically to receive updates about Winterhop Brewfest. 
 

If you purchased the $40 ticket, you will pick up your Winterhop Brewfest BeerBox at our Bellevue pick-up location or our Ellensburg pick-up location on January 9, 2021 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (Exact addresses TBA).
 

The day of the event, January 16, 2021 you will be emailed exclusive login information to our online portal. Gather your close ones, get cozy, and savor some of Kittitas County's top craft beer as you follow along with a variety of modules featuring interviews with brewers, behind the scenes brewery tours and tasting notes for the drinks in your box. 

 

Visit the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce website for more information and to purchase tickets starting November 16, 2020: www.kittitascountychamber.com/winterhop-brewfest. Any additional questions can be directed to the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce Director of Tourism and Events, Madison Ford at madison@kittitascountychamber.com or by calling (509) 925-2002. 

 

Thank you to our sponsor Heritage Bank for helping make this event happen. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please email madison@kittitascountychamber.com.

 

11/13/2020 - Dialogues: Voices From Performance Speaker Series

Fri, 2020-11-13 14:04
Dr Lisa B Thompson (@drlisabthompson) will be speaking about staging black feminism in theatre. She will also be doing a reading from one of her plays and talking about her overall work in this field.

11/28/2020 - 1st Annual Drive Thru Holiday Light Fest

Wed, 2020-11-11 20:00
Join the Central Washington State Fair for the 1st annual Drive Thru Holiday Light Fest.
Come see Santa and LIVE REINDEER each night of the Holiday Light Fest. 

01/12/2021 - Memory Care Cafe

Wed, 2020-11-11 02:02

01/01/2021 - First Friday Art Walk

Sun, 2020-11-08 02:17

12/30/2020 - WorkSource & WIOA Program Outreach for Upper County

Sat, 2020-11-07 02:04
WorkSource will be at the Kittitas County Chamber Business Development Center every first and third Wednesday for the rest of 2020 to help will professional development opportunities for those seeking work or training in Upper Kittitas County. 

WorkSource Contract: Laura Chouinard, lchouinard@pfp.org

01/01/2021 - Fishy Friday!

Sat, 2020-11-07 02:04

12/11/2020 - SBDC Creating Your 2021 Marketing Plan, Including Content Marketing

Thu, 2020-11-05 20:00

Reduce your decision-making fatigue in 2021 by going into the year with a solid marketing plan. In this workshop, you’ll receive a monthly marketing plan template for 2021, and we’ll show you how to fill in the plan in a way that allows you to form good marketing habits, and to build solid, long-term relationships with your clients and prospects. We’ll discuss how to create your content plan, and how to create the most valuable content with a lowest possible time investment.

Registration Link: https://wsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtd-CvqTgjG9VRygK3ek56A6_BCstkgAWg

10/29/2020 - The Tell Tale Gaze

Tue, 2020-10-27 20:00
LIVE October 29-31, November 5-7 @ 7:30PM STREAMING October 31 and November 6 @ 7:30PM $5 CWU Students, $12 General Admission, $5 Streaming An art exhibit is traveling to town and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to put yourself in the art. Paintings of Edgar Allan Poe texts come to life before your eyes as your wander around the museum for an evening, exploring the mystery and the macabre of Poe’s mind. Live, devised scenes will be performed within the frames of McConnell Hall. The audience is invited to walk around the exterior, gazing through windows into the activated strokes of Poe’s genius. Audiences will be limited to small groups, so make your plans now and stay tuned for more specific ticket and production information. (Check the Facebook page) STRICT COVID POLICIES WILL BE OBSERVED FOR THE LIVE EVENT

11/10/2020 - Kittitas County Virtual SBA Lenders Roundtable

Tue, 2020-10-27 14:17
The purpose of this meeting is for local SBA lenders and local business owners who may be interested in getting a small business loan either now or in the future, to meet each other and to learn about how the loan process works.

Registration Link: https://wsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqcu6qrjovEtDNKPILwWt5ILpEuKeC5t0P

10/30/2020 - SBDC How to Build Out Your Youtube Channel

Mon, 2020-10-26 14:03

YouTube is the 2nd mostly widely utilized search engine now, after Google, who owns YouTube.  Learn about the YouTube algorithm and what metrics YouTube uses to gauge the quality of your channel and your videos.  In addition, we’ll talk about video production tools and video content, and how to put your best YouTube foot forward as you build out your channel.

Registration Link: https://wsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYude6urzsrG9CzVkCObfweg8KyKb1ol5Yx

10/30/2020 - DIalogues: Voices From Performance

Mon, 2020-10-26 14:03
Dialogues is a colloquium series that highlights the work of diverse artists, scholars, and activists in the fields of theatre, dance, and performance studies. CHARLES O. ANDERSON: (Re)Current Unrest and the Fire This Time: Choreographic Responses to BLM Charles O. Anderson is artistic director of Charles O. Anderson/dance theatre X, an afro-contemporary dance theatre company, which he founded in Philadelphia in 2003. Born and raised in Richmond, VA, Charles earned his BA in Choreogra- phy and Performance from Cornell University and his MFA in Dance from Temple University. He has performed in the companies of Ronald K. Brown, Sean Curran, Mark Dendy and Miguel Gutierrez among others. His work has been presented nationally and internationally and has earned recognition by numerous grants and organizations such as the Pew Fellowship in the Arts, one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine, and one of ‘12 Rising Stars in the Academy” by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education Magazine. Anderson is currently based in Austin, Texas where he is Head of the Dance Program and an associate professor of African Diaspora Dance Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Anderson also serves on faculty of the American Dance Festival six-week school in Durham, NC.

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