Author: Kelli Scott

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Friday and Happy Mother’s Day weekend, everybody! I hope you enjoy this last weekend of Apple Blossom and are able to carve out time to celebrate mama when you’re not running between the food fair, carnival, parade and all the other festival craziness. (If you missed it earlier this week, be sure to read Elizabeth Jones’ moving […]

Kids camps and summer activities

Have you made your family’s summer plans yet? We’ve got you covered. Read on (and on and on and on…) for information about local day camps, camping, reading, history and culture, science, music, theater, film, arts and crafts, practical skills, sewing, tennis, swimming, soccer, baseball, golf, football, basketball, cheerleading, karate, sports and fitness, and more. Are we missing your […]

Where do your kids go? Today: Home school.

This is the second in a series of blog posts about the different kinds of schools in the Wenatchee Valley — public, private, alternative and home schooling. We are talking to parents about why they send their kids where they do. Last time, Sara Rolfs wrote about her family’s experience at Washington Elementary School. Today, […]

Have a wonderful weekend!

Happy Friday, everybody! It’s going to be a beautiful, sunny Apple Blossom weekend. What are you all up to? My girls are super excited to be walking in the Youth Parade for the first time tomorrow, and my brother and his family are coming over from Tacoma for a few days. It’s going to be a kid-crazy, busy-busy, […]

Have a good weekend.

What are you all up to this weekend? A few of us bloggers are going to hike around Horse Lake Reserve tomorrow with kids and spouses and dogs. It should be a great day up in the hills! Have a wonderful weekend, everybody. Here are a few interesting links from around the web: This year’s Apple Blossom […]

What happened when I dressed up for work

Here in Wenatchee, people dress for comfort. You see a lot of men and women in Tevas walking around downtown. A lot of fleeces and outdoor gear. The Wenatchee look says: “Hey, I might hike or ski later today. But probably I’m just a slob who wants to be comfy.” Even at the office, people in the […]