House of Waters @ Snowy Owl Theater
May 6 @ 7:00 pm

House of Waters

Snowy Owl Theater

Friday, May 6, 2016 – 7:00pm


House of Waters is an innovative three-person ensemble embracing the multi-layered sounds of the world, ignoring limiting definitions and restrictive genres. All virtuosos in their own right with impress performance credentials, the band consists of Max ZT on hammered dulcimer, Luke Notary on percussion and Moto Fukushima on six string electric base. Together, they have been called “one of the most original bands on the planet” by NY Music Daily.


Tickets: $22 General Admission, $24 at the door, $90 VIP Pair of tickets

(includes bottle of wine, snacks, premier seating)


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Simple Measures @ Canyon Wren Recital Hall
May 7 @ 7:00 pm

Simple Measures

Canyon Wren Recital Hall

Saturday, May 7, 2016 – 7:00pm


Are you a romantic? Well, you’re in good company. Composing in the time of the existentialists, Romantic composer Brahms’ music is the epitome of natural beauty. Come bask in the glow of his delicious trio for horn, violin and piano featuring Seattle Symphony Principal Horn Jeffrey Fair and other pieces that speak to the beauty of nature. Works by Debussy, Messiaen, John Harbison and Brahms.


Tickets: $22 General Admission, $24 at the door, $12 Student


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Cashmere Community Dinner @ Cashmere United Methodist Church
May 12 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Cashmere United Methodist Church in partnership with area churches offers a Free Community Meal every Thursday night.

Eastern Washington Mounted Shooters @ Chelan County Expo Center
May 14 – May 15 all-day
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Banquet & Auction @ Chelan County Expo Center
May 14 all-day
8 Films That Changed America @ Snowy Owl Theater
May 14 @ 1:00 pm

8 Films That Changed America

Snowy Owl Theater

Saturday, May 14, 2016 – 1:00pm to 4:00pm


A special lecture from One Day University featuring Yale University Professor Marc Lapadula


While most works of cinema are produced for mass-entertainment and escapism, a peculiar minority have had a profound impact on our culture. Whether intentionally or not, some movies have brought social issues to light, changed laws, forwarded ideologies both good and bad, and altered the course of American history through their resounding impact on society:


The Jazz Singer
I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang
Easy Rider
The Graduate
Annie Hall
The China Syndrome


Professor Marc Lapadula is a playwright and screenwriter with more than 20 years of award-winning teaching experience. His plays, including Dancer, Not by Name, Two Shakes, Last Order, The Rains Change, and In Uniform Thanksgiving, have been produced in New York (off-Broadway), England, Pennsylvania, DC, Maryland and Iowa. He has been commissioned and/or received options for several screenplays: Distant Influence, Night Bloom, Out Of Nowhere, At Risk and an adaptation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s Heart of a Dog, to name a few. He has taught at Johns Hopkins, the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia Graduate Film School, and, for over twenty years, he has taught and run the screenwriting program at Yale University as a senior lecturer. He has also led the Screenwriting Series at the Smithsonian Institution. He is a script consultant/ expert analyst for film producers and studios, among them New Line Films. He has produced two movies. Angel Passing, starring Hume Cronyn, premiered at The Sundance Film Festival and went on to win several major awards.


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Icicle Creek New Play Festival @ Snowy Owl Theater
May 15 @ 1:00 pm

Icicle Creek New Play Festival

Snowy Owl Theater

Sunday, May 15, 2016 – 1:00pm to 7:00pm

1pm – Daisy / 7pm – Mary’s Girl


Two terrific new plays come to Icicle Creek this May to receive further development and to be heard for the first time by Leavenworth audiences!


DAISY  by Sean Devine  –  staged reading at 1PM

It’s the Fall of 1964. Bloody turmoil over Civil Rights is spilling onto the streets. A fearful ideology is growing from the conservative right. The threat of nuclear war is palpable. And a little skirmish in the far-off nation of Vietnam just won’t go away. With a Presidential election looming, a group of advertising men working for Lyndon Johnson unleash the most devastating political commercial ever conceived, the “Daisy ad.”  Based on true events, “Daisy” explores a moment in television history that forever changed how we elect our leaders. It’s the story of the ad that terrified a nation, and the national betrayal that was the result. War was the objective. Peace was the bait. Everyone got duped.


MARY’S GIRL by Wendy MacLeod  –  staged reading at 7PM

What if there was a second coming, only this time around the Messiah was a girl?  In her quest to do her Father’s work and earn her mother’s love, Ellie challenges impatient Sunday School teachers, serenely creationist science teachers, dogmatic abortion protesters, and enlists in a homophobic Army, before finally performing an act of conscience which makes them want to crucify her.  Read More
The Icicle Creek New Play Festival offers playwrights the space, time and support they need to develop their new plays as they work alongside professional actors and directors, and then present their work to live audiences. After a week of rewrites and improvements to the plays, the Leavenworth community and theatre industry from around the country are invited to give feedback, and become part of the birth of new plays during presentations at Snowy Owl Theater. For nine years, the Icicle Creek New Play Festival has brought two brand new plays to ACT Theatre as part of the ACTLab. Three of those plays went on to win the Steinberg Award – the top award for plays produced outside of New York City.


Tickets: $12 per play or $20 for both plays


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SCORE Special Event: Quickbooks, The Basics @ SCORE Office
May 16 @ 7:30 am
SCORE Special Event: Quickbooks, The Basics @ SCORE Office | Wenatchee | Washington | United States

Score BIG WITH SCORE! The Central Washington SCORE organization is one of more than 600 in the United States with more than 13,000 mentors, 13 of which are in North Central Washington. The local SCORE group is sponsoring a series of workshops and special events this winter you won’t want to miss.

Quickbooks, The Basics

Presented by Randy Benton, CPA

The workshop will be held at the SCORE office at 2 S. Wenatchee Ave in Wenatchee. Fees for the class are $25.

To Register:  You may register by email or phone.  Our email address is and our phone is (509) 888-2900.  You may also register at the door on the day of the workshop or special event.

Please note:  Each workshop requires a minimum of three registrants.  If you are enrolled the day or two before the workshop or special event is scheduled, or plan to enroll at the door, please contact the SCORE office to find out if the minimum registration criteria has been met.

Cashmere Community Dinner @ Cashmere United Methodist Church
May 19 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Cashmere United Methodist Church in partnership with area churches offers a Free Community Meal every Thursday night.

Audubon @ Snowy Owl Theater
May 19 @ 7:00 pm


Snowy Owl Theater

Thursday, May 19, 2016 – 7:00pm


He was one of the most remarkable men in early America. A self-taught painter and ornithologist, he pursued a dream that made him famous in his lifetime and left a legacy in art and science that endures to this day. His portrait hangs in the White House and his statue stands over the entrance to the American Museum of Natural History. Yet the story of John James Audubon has never been told on movie screens.

Audubon had been fascinated by birds from his youth in France to his time on the American Frontier. When his businesses went bankrupt in the Panic of 1819, Audubon made a daring bet: to paint all of the bird species of America, in life size. It was a project that would take him decades.


In the end, Audubon would paint all 435 then-known species of birds in America (some of them multiple times) on a journey that stretched from the Florida Keys to the straits of Newfoundland to the swamps of Louisiana and Texas to the mountains of Montana and the Dakotas, much of it on foot.


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Runtime: 90 Minutes


Dinner-and-a-Movie Benefit for Wenatchee River Institute
in partnership with O’Grady’s Pantry


Dine at O’Grady’s between 1 and 7 pm and then come watch the film at Icicle Creek! A percentage of O’Grady’s proceeds and ticket sales to the movie will go to benefit the organization.


Tickets: $12 General Admission, $14 at the door, $7 Student


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