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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.

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!

Meet at the Maker at Valley Goods – Sara Ashford of Culler Studio

Stop by Valley Goods Gift Shop and Holiday Emporium on Wednesday December 20th and meet local botanical alchemist Sara Ashford of Culler Studio! Talk to Sara about her work with natural dyes and shop a wide selection of hand-dyed scarves and other beautiful wearable art.

Giving beautifully made local gifts is easier than ever this year. See a bounty of hand-crafted, locally-made goodies by heading over to TwispWorks for Valley Goods: a holiday shop brought to you by Laura and Robin of Door No. 3 Print Studio.

With shop hours every day starting December 7 and continuing until the day before Christmas, Valley Goods will feature wares from more than thirty local vendors. Also not to be missed will be exclusive ‘Meet the Maker’ events and art-making sessions for kids of all ages.

“We’re really excited to feature so much local talent into one location,” says Robin Doggett, “– it’s always great to share your favorite local-made items with friends and family near and far.”

Valley Goods will be located in TwispWorks building 9, right next to Door No. 3 Print Studio and will be open 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday and 10am – 3pm during the weekend. Have a cup of Blue Star coffee and a treat while you shop!

Valley Goods Gift Shop and Holiday Emporium – Grand Opening!

Giving beautifully made local gifts is easier than ever this year. See a bounty of hand-crafted, locally-made goodies by heading over to TwispWorks for Valley Goods: a holiday shop brought to you by Laura and Robin of Door No. 3 Print Studio.

With shop hours every day starting December 7 and continuing until the day before Christmas, Valley Goods will feature wares from more than thirty local vendors. Also not to be missed will be exclusive ‘Meet the Maker’ events and art-making sessions for kids of all ages.

“We’re really excited to feature so much local talent into one location,” says Robin Doggett, “– it’s always great to share your favorite local-made items with friends and family near and far.”

Valley Goods will be located in TwispWorks building 9, right next to Door No. 3 Print Studio and will be open 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday and 10am – 3pm during the weekend. Have a cup of Blue Star coffee and a treat while you shop!

Gear Up for the Holidays @ TwispWorks

Gear Up for the Holidays @ TwispWorks! Visit the working studios of TwispWorks partners and shop for local, unique holiday gifts and Methow Made products. Get your first peek into Valley Goods – the magical holiday gift emporium brought to you by the ladies of Door No. 3. Plus live musical performances throughout the campus, tasty treats and libations! The kiddos, and those young at heart, will want to visit Santa’s workshop where they can decorate cookies, create fun crafts and make sure Santa has an updated wish list! Horse drawn carriages will be running from the TwispWorks campus to stops all over Glover Street so you can enjoy a fun and festive evening supporting your local artists, shops and businesses.