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    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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Chamber Music Festival Community Concert

Saturday, July 26 at 12:30pm South Courtyard of TwispWorks The Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival is in its 19th year of bringing first-class performances by musicians from all over the nation to the Methow Valley. This July, TwispWorks is honored to host one of four community concerts at no cost to attendees! So on Saturday, July 26, bring a picnic lunch and a comfortable seat to the lawn at TwispWorks to enjoy a free Community Concert from 12:30-1:30 p.m.


Sip ‘n Spin

Wednesdays from 6-8pm Methow Valley Clay Art Center The ever-popular Wednesday night Sip ‘n Spin returns to Methow Valley Clay Art Center! People of all ages are invited to come and hone their pottery skills with professional ceramicist Matt Armbrust. Use the potter’s wheels or construct hand-built creations. Bring your own food and drink; only charge is for firing of your work! Questions? Contact Matt Armbrust: mattpotter@holdenvillage.org or 509-997-3300  


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

“I Land”, an installation artwork by visiting Artist-in-residence Karin Wimmeder, is a new landing place in the sea of asphalt at the center of TwispWorks. Wimmeder’s work at TwispWorks is meant to draw attention to the center of the TwispWorks campus, from which you can see expansive views of Mt. McClure and surrounding hillsides. Few people ever stop to notice the views because the space is a vast expanse of unwelcoming asphalt. In the next year or so, TwispWorks plans 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