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Throwback Thursday: Welcome To Wenatchee

#ThrowbackThursday to a view of a lighted “Welcome to¬†Wenatchee” sign arched across the foot of First Street. The¬†Griggs Building with The Wenatchee Department Store sign¬†is visible. This photos was taken…

Come to the Museum, Pose with Coyote!

One of the things that makes the Wenatchee Valley community so special is our commitment to and appreciation of public art. The Wenatchee Art on the Avenues organization is the…

New Museum Director Takes The Helm This Week

Sandy Cohen started his new job on Monday as director of the Wenatchee Valley¬†Museum and Cultural Center. The museum had been without a permanent director since¬†December, when Brenda Abney resigned…

Presenting Sin Fronteras Latin Folk May 22

Sin Fronteras, or ‚Äúwithout borders,‚ÄĚ will present a concert at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center on Friday, May 22, at 7:30 p.m. The program is associated with the…

WVM to Reopen Small Artworks Gallery

At the beginning of this year the Wenatchee Valley Museum opened a “Small Artworks” Gallery as a pilot project. It was an effort to benefit North Central Washington artists and…

People Of Our Past 2011 A Hit!

A short recap video of this year’s People Of Our Past event hosted by the Wenatchee Museum. Wenatchee’s historical figures come alive!

John Harmelt: The last chief of the Wenatchi

John Harmelt (c. 1847-1937) John Harmelt was the last chief of the Wenatchi band of Salish-speaking Indians who for millennia lived in the river valley that now bears their name….