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Free Museum Admission – 8/16/2023

August 15, 2023 – We’re happy to announce that admission to the Museum will be free tomorrow, Wednesday, August 16,…

Barbie: The History of Dolls within the Wenatchee Valley

Note: This is not an exhibit within the museum. These photos are not currently available for viewing within the museum,…

Oppenheimer: A Look Back into Wenatchee During WWII

Note: This is not an exhibit within the museum. These photos are not currently available for viewing within the museum,…

Celebrating the Burke Hill Apartments

May 24, 2023 – For Preservation Month, we’d like to celebrate the Burke Hill Apartments! The Burke Hill was built…

Enter to Win a Piece of Eco Wenatchee!

May 22, 2023 – Did you know that you have a shot at taking home a piece of our new…

Youth on the Columbia

May 19, 2023 – We’re excited to announce the return of Youth on the Columbia! Youth on the Columbia is…

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Ho ho ho! This is Santa Claus writing (AKA Saint Nicholas/San Nicolás, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, or Papá Noel). I will be traveling south to Wenatchee, Washington for the Wenatchee Valley Museum's Holiday Family Fun Day tomorrow! From 10AM-2PM, my elves will be joining me in a day full of crafts, free hot cocoa and cookies (my favorite), photos with yours truly, and gingerbread buses from Link Transit, for those who can't ride on a magic sleigh.The children will also have a chance to write a letter to me and I will write them a letter back! The museum staff told me to say that if you need more information, you can go to their event page here: also want to thank Winco for donating cookies to this event and for the Rotary Clubs of the Wenatchee Valley and the Rotary EarlyAct program of Pinnacles Prep for providing hot cocoa! ... See MoreSee Less
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Don't miss a reading from Matthew Pippin as he reads from his new book "Nine Strangers" on Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 7-9 PM.Nine Strangers is a thriller that takes place just after the Christmas Holidays, where a bus crash in Upstate New York leaves nine people fighting for their lives during one of the worst blizzards in recorded history of the Empire State. Not all is as it seems amongst the survivors in their isolated sanctuary and it could be more than the frigid elements that Death is using to collect them.Matthew will be reading from his book, sharing the adventures involved in writing and completing a published piece as a first-time author, and concluding the evening with a book signing. Refreshments will be available to purchase.You can pre-register tickets here: ... See MoreSee Less
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