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    Save the Date: Give BIG to TwispWorks on May 6!

    For one day only--May 6, 2014--the Seattle Foundation will match donations made through their website to non-profits all over Washington.

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    What is TwispWorks?

    Lots of people want to know "What is TwispWorks?"

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    Methow Made

    Methow Made, in its 2nd year, will be expanding to include craftspeople and artisans as well as the original agricultural producers.

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    The TwispWorks Foundation

    The TwispWorks Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization providing fundraising, financial and other support for  the TwispWorks campus.

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    TwispWorks Audio Tour Reveals History, Plans

    Visitors to TwispWorks can now learn about the history of the campus'  buildings through the newly introduced TwispWorks Audio Tour.

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Intimate Performance: Alexis V.O. & Co., April 26

April 26, 2014 7pm  Spartan Art Project @TwispWorks  The fourth installation of the Spartan Art Project’s Intimate Performance Series will feature jazz duo Alexis V.O. and Co. followed by the Alder Street Quartet playing Ravel’s String Quartet in F major. All intimate performance series are a pass-the-hat format. Contact: Matt Armbrust, mattpotter@holdenvillage.org

Jewelry by Grace Ashford

Culler Studio Trunk & Jewelry Show, April 27

April 27, 2014 12 – 5pm Culler Studio @ TwispWorks Silver, Copper, and Silk… Oh My! Culler Studio will be hosting a Trunk Show on April 27th from 12-5pm featuring the handmade mixed metal jewelry of Grace Ashford, who will be in town with rings, necklaces bracelets and earrings. If you missed the Once Loved textile sale, which was raising money to fund the Dye Garden, you are in luck, there are many beautiful items still available, as well as new Read the Rest…

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Interpretive Center: The Glaciation of the Methow, April 27

April 27, 2014 5:00pm The Methow Valley Interpretive Center @ TwispWorks FREE, Donations Appreciated Former professor at the University of Washington, Alan Gillespie will be sharing about how to look for evidence of the dynamic interplay between ice and water in shaping the modern Methow Valley. He started at the UW in 1985 after 15 years in NASA working on satellite images of Mars and Earth. A main focus of his career at the UW has been glacial geology, especially Read the Rest…

About TwispWorks

TwispWorks is transforming the historic Twisp Ranger Station into a vibrant community campus where dozens of partners collaborate, create, teach, learn and support each other and the valley. We also help businesses and youth achieve more through programs in education, agriculture, technology, art and culture.

Contact TwispWorks

Email: info@twispworks.org
Phone: 509-997-3300

502 S. Glover Street Twisp, WA Google Map
Mailing Address:
PO Box 517, Twisp, WA, 98856