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Dinner @ TwispWorks: A Cultivated Evening

Are you coming to dinner?

The fourth annual Dinner at TwispWorks: A Cultivated Evening is happening September 21st, from 4 – 8pm. 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 10 years of TwispWorks!

Enjoy a series of stunning dishes featuring local producers and their great produce and proteins. Tickets are still just $50 per person. Like in years past we expect the event to sell out quickly, so get your tickets now! The dinner is for folks 21 years and over.

If you haven’t been to TwispWorks recently you’ll be stunned to see all the changes advancing our efforts to create a community hub and economic engine for the Methow Valley. Come celebrate all our community has achieved at this wonderful event!

Details for the evening

Who: You! Supporters of TwispWorks
What: Dinner at TwispWorks: A Cultivated Evening. Enjoy amazing dishes featuring local producers as well as local beer, wine, and cider. The evening will also include music from the Marcus Duke Project. Dinner is 21+
When: Saturday, September 21, 2019. Tour the campus and enjoy Happy Hour from 4-6 pm. Dinner immediately following
Where: TwispWorks Campus, 502 S. Glover Street
Why: Celebrate our community! Participate in our biggest fundraiser to show your support for TwispWorks and economic vitality in the Methow Valley! Enjoy a wonderful evening filled with great friends and delicious food!

Email Sarah at events@twispworks.org to reserve your seats now.

Seating is limited. The event is 21+. No Host bar. Cash & Check only.

Learn to Make Stuffed Cucumber Kimchi

Time to find your inspiration in fermentation with local Korean cuisine expert Jean Wilson! Join Jean in Kathy B’s Kitchen on the TwispWorks campus and learn to make delicious stuffed cucumber kimchi!

Summer is here and Kirby pickling cucumbers are in their peak season! Kirbys are the perfect pickle for making a Korean summertime favorite – stuffed cucumber kimchi. It’s delicious – crisp and refreshing, looks gorgeous and is so easy to make!

In this 1 1/2 hour class, Jean Wilson will share her secrets of making authentic cucumber kimchi and then invites you to sit down to a delicious Korean BBQ beef lunch!

Pre-registration is required – Please email Jean at jeanaw@centurytel.net or call her at 509-997-0314.

This class will be held in Kathy B’s Kitchen in Building #12 on the TwispWorks campus.

Rise & Shine for the Methow – Presented by the MV Citizens Council

The Methow Valley Citizens Council invites you to Rise & Shine for the Methow on Saturday June 1st at the Old Schoolhouse Taproom on the TwispWorks campus.

Share in a community potluck, locally-sourced BBQ, and get updates on the Methow Valley Citizens Council’s initiatives to protect our land, air and water!

Please bring a potluck dish to share and a friend!

This event is being held at the OSB Taproom on, Building #10 on the TwispWorks campus.

The Big Shaabang@TwispWorks

Here in the Methow Valley we like to kick off the summer high season with a Big Shaabang! Come join us for a fun, free, family event featuring live music, open art studios and delicious local food and drink! Come chat with some of the Valley’s most talented artists and craftspeople, tour the native plant and natural dye gardens, cool off in the Plaza splash pad or just enjoy a picnic lunch on the lawns. The Big Shaabang is a celebration of everything that makes summer the Methow so wonderful – the bounty of the valley, the arts and the community!

What: The Big Shaabang@TwispWorks
When: Saturday May 25th Noon-3PM
Where: TwispWorks
Who: YOU! All ages welcome
How Much: FREE!

Gear Up For The Holidays @ TwispWorks!

Mark your calendars for Thursday December 6th from 4-7PM and get on down to Gear Up for the Holidays @ TwispWorks!

Shop and visit with local artists at the studios of TwispWorks partners and fill your sack with for local, unique holiday gifts and Methow Made products at the grand opening of Valley Goods – the magical holiday gift emporium in Your Space@TwispWorks.

Get a winter-time Fork fix! Steve and Nancy of the iconic Fork food truck will be operating a pop-up restaurant out of Kathy B’s Kitchen. Plus, live music throughout the campus and tasty adult libations at the OSB Taproom.

A horse drawn carriage will be running from the TwispWorks campus to stops on Glover Street and beyond so you can enjoy all the fun of Mistletoe Madness in Twisp and support your local artists, shops and businesses this holiday season!