Outings & Events


Guided Snow Shoe Hikes for Families
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Squilchuck State Park

This is you and your family's chance to try out one of winter’s most popular activities: snowshoeing! 

We'll learn the basics of walking with snowshoes on, the go on an easy snowshoe walk. We'll stop and read a snow-themed book and learn about winter animals. 

Snowshoes are provided by the City of Wenatchee.


Guided Snow Shoe Hikes for Families
10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Squilchuck State Park

This is you and your family's chance to try out one of winter’s most popular activities: snowshoeing! 

We'll learn the basics of walking with snowshoes on, the go on an easy snowshoe walk. We'll stop and read a snow-themed book and learn about winter animals. 

Snowshoes are provided by the City of Wenatchee.


Wild Ideas
5:30-7:00 pm
Pybus Event Center

Please join us for Wild Ideas, a fun, free event at Pybus Event Center featuring:

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A Galapagos and Ecuador Natural History Photo Travelogue
6:00 pm
Twisp Public Library

Take a break from winter and join wildlife ecologist and photographer, John Winnie Jr., Ph.d., for an hour of exotic birds, wildlife, and wild places.  We'll take a virtual natural history tour of Galapagos National Park above and below the water, then we'll head up into Ecuador's Andean Highlands, a region known worldwide for its incredible birding and bird photography opportunities.  


Book Release Celebration and live retelling

The new book, Red Star and Blue Star Defeat Spexman by Randy Lewis - K'ayaxan and Bill Layman, weaves a number of Mid-Columbia landmarks together. The story takes place at a critical moment in the time before humans inhabited the land.


A Galapagos and Ecuador Natural History Photo Travelogue
7:00pm
Wenatchee River Institute

Take a break from winter and join wildlife ecologist and photographer, John Winnie Jr., Ph.d., for an hour of exotic birds, wildlife, and wild places.  We'll take a virtual natural history tour of Galapagos National Park above and below the water, then we'll head up into Ecuador's Andean Highlands, a region known worldwide for its incredible birding and bird photography opportunities.  


A Galapagos and Ecuador Natural History Photo Travelogue

Take a break from winter and join wildlife ecologist and photographer, John Winnie Jr., Ph.d., for an hour of exotic birds, wildlife, and wild places.  We'll take a virtual natural history tour of Galapagos National Park above and below the water, then we'll head up into Ecuador's Andean Highlands, a region known worldwide for its incredible birding and bird photography opportunities.