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Brain Drain and Retaining Valley Youth

TwispWorks is hosting a series of conversations open to the public about the real cost of living in the Methow Valley. Topics include: housing, childcare, benefits and retaining local youth. Each meeting will have a short presentation, followed by facilitated dialogue. Beer, wine and snacks will be served, please come!

Join us for the final topic in our series of Business Conversations – “Brain Drain and Retaining Valley Youth” held in YourSpace on the TwispWorks Campus in Twisp on November 6th.

Please contact Julie Tate-Libby jtate-libby@twispworks.orgwith any questions.

Dinner@TwispWorks – A Cultivated Evening

Are you coming to dinner?

The fifth annual Dinner at TwispWorks: A Cultivated Evening is happening September 6th, from 4 – 7pm. Once again the TwispWorks campus will be the place to be to catch-up with friends, dine on amazing food highlighting the bounty of the Methow Valley and celebrate 11 years of TwispWorks!

Details and tickets will be available later this summer. The dinner is 21+.

Benefits: Creative Solutions for Your Employees

TwispWorks is hosting a series of conversations open to the public about the real cost of living in the Methow Valley. Topics include: housing, childcare, benefits and retaining local youth. Each meeting will have a short presentation, followed by facilitated dialogue. Beer, wine and snacks will be served, please come!

Join us for the third in our series of Business Conversations – “Benefits: Creative Solutions for Your Employees” held in YourSpace on the TwispWorks Campus in Twisp on August 4th.

Please contact Julie Tate-Libby jtate-libby@twispworks.orgwith any questions.

Art in the Park – Truck Show

2020 Methow Valley Brewfest

TwispWorks, in partnership with the Old Schoolhouse Brewery, present the third annual Methow Valley Brewfest happening on July 27th, 2020.

As in past years, we’ll be welcoming breweries from around the state to the beautiful Methow Valley for an afternoon of bitchin’ brews, live music and fun!

This event will be held on the TwispWorks campus. Must be 21+ to enter the brewfest and beet garden, but families are welcome to tour the campus and stay for live music on the Plaza stage.

Details to be announced later this spring.