What’s happening? Your weekly events post

Looking for something fun to do? We have a few suggestions for this Easter weekend and beyond…

“Wild” author Cheryl Strayed will speak at the Numerica Performing Arts Center TONIGHT!

The Easter Bunny is stopping by the Wenatchee Valley Mall through Saturday for pictures.

Friday night, Calvary Crossroads Church is hosting “an interactive, multisensory communion event,” where guests “will experience the various stages of Christ’s last days, from the Last Supper to His resurrection” on a self-guided walk.

Smallwood’s Harvest hosts their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday.

There’s also an Easter egg hunt Saturday at Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian Church.

The Lake Chelan Eagles Annual Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday morning at Don Morse Park.

More Easter activities for the kids at Pybus on Saturday.

The World put together a list of Easter services at local churches.

Enjoy a jazzy Easter brunch at Campbell’s in Chelan on Sunday morning.

Or Easter Brunch at Chateau Faire Le Pont.

The Wenatchee Marathon is this Saturday.

The Chelan Earth Day Fair is this Saturday. (Earth Day is actually April 22.)

Tumbleweed is celebrating its 5th anniversary with a sale this Saturday.

The Greater Wenatchee Arbor Day is this Saturday. Stop by one of several locations to pick up free seedlings to take home and plant.

This weekend, some seriously smart 4th and 5th graders will be displaying their work at Pybus.

Gateway Cinema is hosting Sing-Along screenings of “Beauty and the Beast.” What?!? YES!

Looking Ahead:

On Saturday,April 22, the Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra will perform all your favorite songs from Disney movies — from “Frozen” and “Beauty and the Beast” to “Mary Poppins” and more!

Also on the 22nd, Lisa Bee’s is hosting a sensory-friendly Easter egg hunt.

It’s Family Game Night again at Pybus on April 28.

The Rustique Divas Vintage Market takes over Pybus on April 29.

You guys know this already, but… It’s almost Apple Blossom time!!

Every Week:

Catholic Family and Child Service hosts several play-and-learn events each week for children up to age 5 and their caregivers. The Kaleidoscope Play and Learn group meets Wednesdays at the First Methodist Church at 10 a.m., Thursdays at the Wenatchee Public Library at 10 a.m., and Fridays at the Hope Center at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. The play sessions are free and no registration is required. For more information call 664-7350 ext. 3093.

The Saddlerock EPC Parent/Toddler Program happens every Tuesday morning. Come for play time, learning, songs and stories. It’s a free program for parents and children ages 1-5.

The Wenatchee Mother-Baby Support Group at the Wenatchee Public Library meets from 1-2:30 p.m. Mondays. (And now there’s a Toddler Group, too! The toddler group meets Mondays at noon at the library. This play-time focuses on movement, exploration, and learning to play together. It’s also a time for parents to visit, connect, and find ongoing support.)

Indoor Park Play Time at Apple Valley Gymnastics, 9:30-11 a.m. Mondays and 8:30-10 a.m. Saturdays.

For kids 6 and younger, head to the play gym at Sport Gymnastics, open Tuesdays through Saturdays.

Story times at the Wenatchee Public Library. (Preschool Story Time: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.; Bilingual Story Time: Mondays at 6 p.m..; Pajama Story Time: Tuesdays at 7 p.m.; Baby/Toddler Story Time: Fridays at 10 a.m.; NEW Family Story Time: Saturdays at 11 a.m.)

You’ll find a hands-on children’s activity and craft room upstairs at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. Kids and their grown-ups get in free and it’s open during regular museum hours.

The Wenatchee Valley Mall Kids Club gets together for adventures the third Saturday of every month.

Bring the whole family out for RunWenatchee’s club run/walks on the Loop Trail every Thursday evening. (Club run check-ins recently moved to Pybus.)

For more events, this week and every week, go to ncwcalendar.com

(Wenatchee World file photo/Mike Bonnicksen. Kids run for eggs at the Easter Egg Hunt at Smallwood’s Harvest in 2012.)

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