OROVILLE – The Oroville Friends of the Library invite you to drive your winter blues away with a fun evening for the whole family listening to Brock Hires, a favorite local country performer, at Vicki’s Back Door on Saturday, Feb. 3 starting at 7 p.m.
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The Woods Family Music and Arts Grant, managed by the Community Foundation of NCW, has awarded $56,628 in grants to schools and nonprofits across North Central Washington.
The holiday festivities on Oroville’s Main Street got underway recently with the Tree Lighting event at Centennial Park–-brilliant lights, Santa’s visit and all that. Tree lights also went up in front of the dark, former restaurant, most recently known as The Plaza, on the following Saturday with the pop-up of Treasures of d’Oro, an artisan market.
OMAK – The Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus (OVOC) will be bringing “The Snowman” to life Saturday, Dec. 9., at 2 p.m.
OLIVER, BC – Another instance of the wonderful array of talent found in the little town of Oliver is found in Helen Wollf. Wollf’s background in music has led to an invitation as one of the clinicians at the BCGEHR Spring Ring 2018 where she will present on Beginner Solo Ringing and Small Ensembles with Bells.
TONASKET – Okanogan Roots Mountain Family brought Laborer and the Universal Roots Band to town Saturday, Nov. 11, for an evening of dinner and dance at Tonasket’s Community Cultural Center.
With Labor Day bringing the unofficial close to summer, Oroville will also say farewell to this year’s season of the Art Happens! gallery on Main Street. For the past several months, the old bank building at the corner of Main Street and 14th Avenue has opened its doors each Saturday to welcome in art-lovers and [...]
TONASKET – Randy Battle and Linda Pruitt of the Randy Battle Blues Band are holding a benefit concert for people impacted by Hurricane Harvey at the Community Cultural Center (CCC) Friday, Sept. 22. Battle said he did a lot of research, including reaching out to friends in Texas, to find the best place to send [...]
For a full three decades now, Jim Weaver has been one of the Okanogan’s most celebrated and well-loved artists.
August has enjoyed a deluge of fantastic events in the North Okanogan – from music festivals to film festivals, art galleries to jet-ski races, and more live music than any one person could possibly attend.