What’s happening? Your weekly events post


Looking for something fun to do with the family this weekend or next week? Read on for our list of local events, and let us know if we missed something you think people should know about…

Yes! Roller skating at the Town Toyota Center…opening night is Friday.

Friday is also Family Fun Night at the Ridge, an evening of dinner, games and a movie at Mission Ridge.

Family Game Night is Friday at Pybus.

Founders’ Days is this weekend in Cashmere, two full days of old-fashioned family fun: a parade, an arts and crafts fair, kids’ karaoke and a ping-pong ball drop contest from a helicopter.

While in Cashmere for Founders’ Day, swing by 101 Cottage Avenue for Little Sun Hat’s first ever warehouse saleLittle Sun Hat is Wenatchee Mom Blogger Kara Meloy’s gorgeous collection of hats for babies and toddlers and the fact that you can snag a hat for at least 25% off this weekend is a BIG deal.

Crescent Bar River Fest is this weekend. The Saturday night band, Rust on the Rails, is seriously good.

Get a sitter: The very funny Nate Bargatze is bringing his standup act to the Numerica PAC Saturday night.

Super Summer Adventures continue at the museum.

On Tuesday evening, Confluence Gallery in Twisp is hosting a FREE workshop for kids in grades 7-12 who love comic books and want to make their own. (The Gallery offers summer camp sessions, too.)

Upper Valley Connection presents “Alice in Wonderland” Friday and Saturday.

“Finding Dory” is playing at the Ruby Theatre in Chelan and at Gateway in Wenatchee.

The AppleSox are home Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Summer Science Classes begin Wednesday at Rocky Reach.

Puppet shows at the Wenatchee library next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Columbia Grove Covenant Church is hosting an Olympics-themed kids day in Lincoln Park on Tuesday.

The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is in full swing on Saturdays from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Pybus, and now the Wednesday evening markets are back for the season, from 3-7 p.m.

CVCH’s “Midwife Meet and Greet” is next Thursday.

Registration is open for a drama camp for kids in August at Saddlerock Evangelical Presbyterian.