Upcoming Events 3

Cello Recital

TONASKET – A cello recital will bepresented by Kevin Hekmatpanah on Saturday, March 5 at 7 p.m. at the studio ofRoz Nau, 42 E. Winesap, Tonasket. Hekmatpanah has performed extensivelythroughout the country was the music director for Okanogan Valley Orchestrafrom 1998-2003. For more information contact (509) 486-4673.

Best For Women Fair

OKANOGAN – Okanogan ValleySoroptimist and Omak Clinic present the Best For women Fair Saturday, March 5 9a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Okanogan High School. There will also be a silent auctionfor a diamond pendant. Admission is free.

Tonasket Soccer Registration

TONASKET – Tonasket Youth Soccerregistration has been extended to March 7. Register at www.ncwsoccer.com or bypicking up a registration form from either Tonasket Elementary or Middle Schooloffice. All entries must be post marked by March 7. Any questions regarding registrationplease send an e-mail to tys9855@yahoo.com or by calling Andrea at (509)560-0847.

International Women’s Day

OROVILLE – On March 8, Women forWomen International will hold “Join Me on the Bridge” events all over theworld. The Oroville “bridge” will be the Port of Entry between Oroville andOsoyoos where women will celebrate peace and stand with fellow sisters aroundthe world. There will be speeches, music and singing, belly dancers and they’llhold hands across the border with Canadian women and friends. Everyone iswelcome to join at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8 on the Oroville side of theborder. For more information visit www.womenforwomen.org/bridge.

Pancake Feed

OROVILLE – A Pancake Feed (HomemadeApplesauce, sausage and pancakes) will be held at the Episcopal Church Hall,604 Central, on Tuesday, March 8 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

May Festival Meeting

OROVILLE – A May Festival committeemeeting will be held on Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m. at the Oroville Fire Hall.All ideas are welcomed!

Pesticide License Credits

OKANOGAN – Don’t miss this class ifyou need credits! Friday, March 11 from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Agriplex.New this year, you will be offered a hands-on backpack calibration seminar thatwill take place simultaneous to the regularly scheduled speakers. Classattendees can sign up to rotate out of the main class to calibrate theirpersonal backpack sprayer. To pre-pay for the class stop by Room 102 in theCounty Courthouse. There is no extra charge to attend the Backpack CalibrationSeminar, however, due to the limited number of spaces available,pre-registration is required for the calibration seminar. To pre-register call(509) 422-7165.

Nacho Feed

OROVILLE – Justin Peterson israising money for the Inland Northwest Honor Flight by having a Nacho Feed anddessert auction on Saturday, March 12 at the Oroville American Legion Post 84from 5:30 p.m. till it’s gone! Honor Inland Northwest World War II Veterans byhelping to send them to Washington D.C. to see the memorial built in their honor.

Tonasket Junior Baseball

TONASKET – Tonasket Junior Baseballis currently accepting registrations for ages 12 and under. Sign-ups can bemailed or come to the sign up day March 12 at the THS Commons. They can also bemailed to TJBA, PO Box 302, Tonasket, WA 98855. There will be a field day onMarch 19 at the baseball fields by the river. All players must attend! Therewill not be any late registrations accepted after March 19. For moreinformation or if you’re interested in coaching, assistant coaching orfundraising please call Tom or Jenny Cory at (509) 486-1646.

Art Show at the library

OROVILLE – The Friends of theOroville Library invite everyone to their second gala art night, Saturday,March 12 at 7 p.m. There will be 18 artists, all painting their version of thesame photograph taken by John Wise. The chocolate fountain with goodies fordipping will be yet another highlight of the evening. Live music will beprovided by Julie Dubois Ashmore.

Musical Performance

OMAK – The Ephrata Washington Stakeof The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints is presenting a free musicalpresentation titled “We Testify He is the Christ” on Sunday, March 13 at 6 p.m.at the Omak Chapel, 6 Engh Road, Omak. The musical features several differentsongs about the Savior; performed by various soloists, groups and 65 voicechoir. Everyone is welcome.

Fire Dist. 16 Meeting

TONASKET – The Okanogan FireDistrict #16 Commissioners in Aeneas Valley will hold their monthly worksession March 14 at 6 p.m. at the Tonasket Elementary School Commons. Thepublic is invited to attend. Call Mike Woelke at (509) 486-1386 for moreinformation.

Food Bank Meeting

TONASKET – The Tonasket Food Bankis having a meeting on Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m. in the basement of theCommunity Church, 24 E. 4th St., Tonasket. This is a follow-up meeting fromJanuary. Everyone is welcome.

Yoga Class

OROVILLE – Yoga classes areon-going at The Tumbleweed, 1117 Main St., Oroville. Anyone interested isinvited to come try a class. Drop-ins are always welcome. Classes startpromptly at 10:15 a.m. on Mondays, 9:15 a.m. on Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. onThursdays and a beginners class (recommended for those with knee injuries orfor those who just want to start out a little slower) at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays.Bring a mat and water bottle. For more information call Kathy at (509) 476-2820or (509) 476-3265.

Featured Artist

TONASKET – The Community CulturalCenter will be showing the works of local artist, Quill Hyde, during the monthof March. View his imaginative artwork in the lobby of the CCC any time duringbusiness hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday throughFriday during One Drop Coffee Shop hours 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Call (509)486-1328 for more information.

Co-op Preschool Openings

OROVILLE – The Oroville Co-op Preschool has available spotsopen for the remainder of this years. And for the remainder of this year,registration is FREE. Also, get a jump start on next year and pre-register. Formore information contact teacher, Joey Bocook at (509) 476-3672 or RachelRawley at (509) 476-2694 or 560-9404.

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