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    Phoenix Festival

    Join us for a creative arts festival to benefit fire and flood recovery for the Methow Valley.

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    Has your business been affected by the fires?

    Learn about the available resources for businesses who have suffered losses from the fire

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    “I Land” is a landing place in a sea of asphalt

    Artist in Residence Karin Wimmeder's new public art piece is a fantastic new addition to Twisp's growing art scene.

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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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First Thursday: Fix Your Gear Night

Thursday, September 4 5-8pm Do you have some outdoor items that need mending? Don’t buy new stuff–come down to sports manufacturer eqpd for this FREE monthly Fix Your Gear Night! eqpd founder Jonathan Baker and his team will fix your damaged sports gear–sleeping bags, jackets, tents and more.

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Learn to create a Website using WordPress, Mar. 29

Saturday, March 29, 20143 8 am – 2:30 pm In the Gateway Building @ TwispWorks By donation Learn to create a website for your business with WordPress–a free, easy-to-use webpage design and management system. WordPress is a great starter for websites, even for technological novices. This web-based program provides a series of templates and add-ons that can give your website almost any function you need. It is also a great program for creating simple, elegant sites that are easy for Read the Rest…

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MVIC: Movie at the Merc, Mar. 30

Sunday, March 30, 2014 6:30 pm @ The Merc Playhouse 10$ Suggested Donation The Methow Valley Interpretive Center is kicking off their 2014 season with a special showing of “Coming to Light” the story of photographer Edward S. Curtis and the creation of his monumental portfolio of Native American images. Directed by Anne Makepeace,  the movie croncicles the life of Curtis and interviews descendants of his photographic subjects – Hopi, Navajo, Cupig, Blackfeet, Piegan, Crow, Suquamish and Kwakiutl –  who tell stories 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

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