I know some of you may be tired of me writing about the 13th annual Nashville Country Star competition, but I feel the event, as large as it is — a statewide – high school competition in our back yard deserves recognition.
Designers have until April 20 to register as participants in the seventh annual Confluence Gallery Trashion Show.
“Swing into Spring,” the Okanogan Valley Orchestra and Chorus spring concert, will be at 3 p.m. April 2 at the Omak Performing Arts Center, 14 S. Cedar St.
The Mansfield Playday community celebration will be at 9 a.m. June 10 downtown.
Confluence Gallery will host an art supply sale for youth scholarships from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 29.
Make ART Work, a day-long professional development conference for Okanogan County artists, will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at Confluence Gallery, 104 S. Glover St., and TwispWorks, 502 S. Glover St.
“Otherworlds — A Fantasy Exhibit” runs April 15 to May 20 at Confluence Gallery, 104 S. Glover St.
Children’s programs from Book-It Repertory Theatre of Seattle are planned during the first week of April at North Central Regional Library System branches.
Auditions are planned Sunday, April 2, for the Merc Playhouse’s summer production of “The Real Inspector Hound.”
The Washington State Nashville Country Star competition is heating up, with only 16 contestants remaining.
Mother Nature has sure been playing tricks on Okanogan Valley.
The entertainment scene in Okanogan County is in full swing this week.
Bridgeport Daze will be tomorrow in the downtown area.
The 2016 Curlew Barrel Derby celebrations will kick off the morning of Sunday, June 5, and continue through the day in town.
A parade, street vendors, rodeo and other activities are planned June 3-4 during the town’s 82nd annual Founders’ Day celebration.