What’s happening? Your weekly events post

Happy Thursday… and a very happy Mother’s Day this Sunday! Here’s hoping you all have a wonderful weekend with the people you love. If you’re looking for something fun to do, we have a few suggestions: This Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Leavenworth, celebrate spring at Maifest. This weekend is Manson’s Apple Blossom Festival! The rodeo […]

Mother’s Day Gift Inspiration

Mother’s Day is THIS Sunday, May 12. If you’re still searching for that perfect present for your mom — or your mom friends — no worries! I spotted a ton of treasures while out for a walk around downtown this week that any woman would love to receive. Here are just a few highlights: Gardening […]

Busy parents will love From Scratch

I have to tell you all about the newest addition to Pybus Public Market, because I think it just might make your Tuesday evenings a whole lot more enjoyable. It’s a once-a-week meal prep service called From Scratch @ Pybus. Here’s how it works: Select and pay for your meals online by 3 p.m. Saturday […]

What’s happening? Your weekly events post

What a glorious spring week in the Wenatchee Valley! Perfect Apple Blossom Festival weather. Looking for something fun to do? We have a few suggestions for this weekend and beyond: Tomorrow is the First Friday Art Walk in downtown Wenatchee. Sip, stroll and take in lovely, local art. “Newsies” runs through May 11 at the […]

What’s happening? Your weekly events post

Looking for something fun to do? We have a few suggestions for this weekend and beyond: Family Game Night returns to Pybus on Friday. Believe or not, it’s already Apple Blossom Festival time again. The food fair opens today. The carnival starts Friday. The youth parade is this Saturday. The grand parade is next Saturday. […]

Explore the interesting world of ants!

When I was around 9, I spent countless hours after school watching two colonies of ants on my sidewalk. They marched in meandering lines along the sidewalk, collecting food and carrying it back to the entrance holes to their nests. When two ants met, they tapped each other all over with their little antennae before passing […]