What’s happening? Your weekly events post

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Happy Thursday and welcome to your weekly events roundup. This week, obviously, we’re making Independence Day plans. And while you may not be allowed to set off fireworks in your backyard this year (which is pretty flipping smart since we live in fire country. Duh.), there are plenty of places to watch the sky light up this Fourth of July. Here are some of the events we’re looking forward to in the next few days:

Wenatchee Book Co. is starting up a story time… beginning today!

A Musical Comedy Variety show Friday and Saturday nights. And it’s for a good cause!

The Wenatchee Youth Circus is performing at Walla Walla Point Park from Friday through Monday.

Expecting? Come meet the midwife team at Columbia Valley Community Health tonight.

“The Sound of Music” is back in Leavenworth, where it belongs! Leavenworth Summer Theater opens its signature show Friday night at the Ski Hill Amphitheater.

Chelan Rockin’ Fireworks Show is happening Friday.

Fireworks at the AppleSox game Sunday night.

The “Big Show” fireworks show in Manson on the Fourth.

The big, BIG one: Fireworks and much, much more to celebrate Independence Day at Walla Walla Point Park.

Buy breakfast at Pybus on the Fourth and all proceeds will go to veterans.

The River Run 5K and 10K on the Fourth at Pybus.

Take the kids to this one: the 3rd Annual Cherry Pit Spit Contest on the Fourth at Pybus.

Kinderfest in Leavenworth on the Fourth.

Fashion show at lunch! (No, but really. Fashion show at lunch.)

Puppet shows at local library branches all over!

And looking beyond the next week, TEAMS Learning Center is hosting a parent and teacher training session on July 10 at Pybus. Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson will speak about childhood development and challenging behaviors. And there’s lunch!

This class looks pretty neat. Learn how to take better pictures with your phone, Saturday, July 9, in Leavenworth.

OK, you know what you guys? If you really want events, like ALL the events, you should really just check out ncwcalendar.com. There’s lots of stuff there, and you can add your own!

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