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Learn to Knit & Read Knitting Patterns

Saturday, January 31 10am-Noon Free!   Don’t think this cold weather is going anywhere anytime soon…so drop by Twisted Knitters and learn to knit and read knitting patterns for free! No need to sign up–owner Susan Hamer will be there to instruct, advise, and make sure everyone has fun! For more information, please contact Susan at 509-997-0233 or susanhamer@mac.com


Community Preparedness Planning Coordinator

Methow Valley Long Term Recovery (MVLTR) is seeking statements of interest from independent contractors to coordinate the development and implementation of a neighborhood oriented Community Disaster Preparedness plan for the MVLTR service area to serve as a guide for the community during times of future natural or other disasters. Qualified candidates will know the Methow Valley well, have knowledge and experience in organizing communities around planning efforts, excellent writing and verbal communications skills, program research and development experience, confident public Read the Rest…


TW Receives Grant For Warehouse Renovation

TwispWorks received a grant of $150,000 from the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust to complete the renovation of the Bernard Hosey Founders’ Building to serve as an arts and media eduction center on the TwispWorks campus. The building, known by the Forest Service as the “fire cache” building and more recently as the North Warehouse, was built in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The building is a carbon copy of ranger station warehouses built throughout the West during that era. 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