OROVILLE – The annual Oroville Scholarship Foundation Variety Show and Auction has been cancelled, according to the following notice that has been posted on Facebook:
Arts and Entertainment
OMAK – The Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus has announced the cast of Mamma Mia!, which will be presented In May at the Omak Performing Arts Center.
Colville Tribes team with War Pony Pictures to tell Snʔayckstx (Sinixt) story ‘Older Than The Crown’
A new documentary, “Older Than The Crown,” follows the trial of Sinixt tribal member and retired Fish & Wildlife Officer, Rick Desautel, who in 2010 was charged with hunting as a non-resident and without a license in Canada.
Steve Hinze and Cheat Grass to perform
OROVILLE – This Saturday, Nov. 23rd at 6pm The Oroville Grange is hosting an evening holiday concert this Saturday, Nov. 23, featuring the music of Tonasket’s Steve Kinzie followed by Ron and Judy Hyde’s “Cheat Grass.”
TACOMA – The Washington State Historical Society (WSHS) is proud to welcome Michael Finley as its new tribal liaison.
WENATCHEE – From canoe journeys to flying cars, explore the history and culture of travel in Washington state with author and broadcaster Harriet Baskas at three North Central Regional Library branches in October.
New exhibit at Art on the Line Gallery
TONASKET – This Friday’s Music in the Park will feature Waterfall, Hippies on Vacation and Steve Kinzie starting at 6 p.m. in History Park. The free concerts are sponsored by the Community Cultural Project of Tonasket.
OROVILLE – This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Tumbleweed Film Festival, which has been held each year at various venues around Oroville and promises great entertainment over two nights, Friday, Aug. 2 and Saturday, Aug. 2.
OKANOGAN – The restoration of the Elwha River is the subject of the documentary film, “Return of the River” which will be shown at the Okanogan County PUD Auditorium on Friday, July 19 at 7 p.m.