Museum Programs and Events
The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center presents a wide variety of programs and events for all ages throughout the year. A selection is listed below; for more information call (509) 888-6240 or follow us on facebook at facebook.com/wenatcheemuseum.
Spring Break Classes
Third through fifth grade kids can explore the web of life from 9:00 AM to noon, March 31-April 3 at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. Visiting experts and museum staff lead this exciting class for kids in grades 3-5 featuring walking field trips, art lessons, and science experiments. Students will build a terrarium, create a doomsday vault, clone a plant, build a mini greenhouse, study leaf pigments, and conduct a plant-feeding experiment. Sign up for one, two, three, or all four days! Classes are 9a-noon. Cost is $20/day for members, $25/day for non-members. To attend all week, cost is $70 for members and $85 for non-members. Call (509) 888-6240 to register.
Environmental Film Series [PDF, 1 MB, 2014-2015 Series]
The Environmental Film Series takes place every Third Tuesday October - April, 7:00 PM (except December) at Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. The film series is presented by the museum and its partners, Chelan Douglas Land Trust and Trust for Public Lands.
Cost: $5 suggested donation, at the door.
Super Summer Adventures >> See Class List [PDF 336 KB]
Enrichment classes for kids entering grades 1 - 7, Super Summer Adventures offers interesting experiences in arts and sciences at Wenatchee Valley Museum and off-site locations. Classes take place Monday - Thursday from 9:00 AM to noon weekly starting in June and going through the first week of August. Stop by or call for information, (509) 888-6240.
New Book: “Wenatchee”
Wenatchee Valley Museum presents its newly published picture book of Wenatchee history. This features area history organized by locations and is chuck full of historic photos from the museum's collection. It is part of Arcadia Publishing’s "Images of America" series and is available for sale at the museum.
Cost: $21.99 plus tax (less 10% discount for museum members)