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Walk and Fish in Methow

by Heather Marrone

Walk from your house to world class fishing.

Let's Try Something Different

by Heather Marrone

If sunshine, fall smells, and spectacular scenery are not enough to get you to the Methow Valley this September, how about something you've never experienced?  Tour the aftermath of the Carlton Complex Fire, experience our Fabulous Fall Follies, or come join a Cider Press Party.  Hop right out of that comfort zone.

TOUR THE BURN
Sat, September 13, 10am
Hank's Harvest Foods, 412 E Methow Valley Hwy, Twisp
Pacific Biodiversity Institute leads a field trip to various parts of the Carlton Complex Fire to study wildlife response and ecosystem recovery
Carpool leaving from Hank’s Harvest Foods parking lot in Twisp.
Free; bring water, lunch and appropriate clothing. 996-2490


FABULOUS FALL FOLLIES
Sat, September 20, 7pm
Methow Valley Community Center, 201 Methow St, Twisp
Talent show featuring the sublime to the bizarre, at Methow Valley Community Center, Twisp. $10-$15. 997-2926


CIDER SQUEEZE
Sat, September 27, 2pm – 4pm
17 Bean Rd, Winthrop
Methow Conservancy’s annual Cider Squeeze and Social, 17 Bean Road (on Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Road).
Free. 996-2870

234 Englar Street Walk Through

by Heather Marrone

Solid Winthrop starter home or investment property on desirable, quiet, low traffic city street. Expanded in 2006, this 2 bed 1 bath home has many surprising extras. 1 finished and 1 unfinished bonus room upstairs. Wide hallways and handicap ready bathroom including walk in tub. 100sf standing headroom cellar. One car detached garage w/ log pole barn interior construction. Swamp cooler, storage shed, new windows and roof in 2006, new concrete board siding in 2008, large yard. Zoned R-2.

July 2014 Events in the Methow Valley

by Heather Marrone

METHOW ARTS FESTIVAL
Entertainment, games, food, demonstrations and more at Twisp town park. $5-$7. 997-4004. 11:30am-4pm
When: Fri Jul 4, 2014 11:30am – 4pm
Where: Twisp town park

WINTHROP WINE FESTIVAL
Twelve Washington wineries offering tastings at Mack Lloyd Park. $15. 996-2888. 11am-5pm
When: Sat, July 12, 11am – 5pm
Where: Mack Lloyd Park, Winthrop

R&B FESTIVAL
27th annual Rhythm & Blues Festival.
When: Jul 18 – 20
Where: Winthrop, WA

CHAMBER MUSIC
Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival concert at Signal Hill Ranch near Twisp. $25. 996-6000. 7:30pm
When: Sat, July 26, 7:30pm
Where: Signal Hill Ranch, Twisp, WA

3 Heaton Rd Video Walkthrough

by Heather Marrone

Classic NW mountain cabin on .4 acres waiting for your memories. Remodeled 1110sf cabin with one bed and one bath plus bonus loft. Meticulously maintained and expanded upon. Wood burning stove, vaulted ceiling, smart use of natural lighting. Detached one car garage for all your gear. Additional storage and workroom in partial basement. Community riverfront, friendly low key vacation community. Just over 8 miles from Winthrop on a county maintained paved road. Make this your vacation retreat.

A Winthrop Washington Summer

by Heather Marrone

June Weekend Events

by Heather Marrone

Saturday June 14th


Twisp Farmers Market
9:00 am til 12:00 pm
Plants, produce, crafts, food and more. Saturday mornings thru October 25.
Location: Methow Valley Community Center, Twisp

National Kids Fishing Day
12pm start time
Activities for ages 12 and under. Theme: Go/Migrating from the Source to Sea & Back Again at The Winthrop National Fish Hatchery. (509) 996-2424 http://www.fws.gov/winthropnfh/kidsfish.html
Location: Winthrop North Village

 Winthrop Traverse
12:00 pm start
Starts at Pearrygin SP. 3mile run, 8mile Mtn Bike, 4mile paddle, 20mile road bike. Ends with team run to Winthrop Park. Register/info: recreationnorthwest.org/winthrop-traverse/

 Rapture, Blister, Burn
7:00 pm
Encore performance of this adult content Readers Theater comedy directed by Ashley Lodato. By donation. Info: 997-PLAY.
Location: Merc Playhouse, Twisp

 

Saturday June 21st


 Methow Singletrack Solstice
 7:00 am
Events include point to point rides, seld-guided rides, mtn bike skills area and more. Info: methowevergreenmtb.org
Location: Winthrop Ice Rink & Trailhead

Twisp Farmers Market
9:00 am til 12:00 pm
Plants, produce, crafts, food and more. Saturday mornings thru October 25.
Location: Methow Valley Community Center
 
Winthrop Hop Rendezvous
1:00 pm til 6:00 pm
$20. Live music. Beverages include: Methow Valley, Old Schoolhouse, Icicle, Ninkasi, Iron Horse, Boundary Bay, Anacortes, Republic & Kulshan Breweries and MV Ciderhouse. Info: pintandpedalfest.com
Location: Winthrop Ice Rink & Trailhead

8 S Apple Way Video Walkthrough Tour

by Heather Marrone

Welcome to your 1.47 acre private homestead, less than a mile outside of Winthrop. 2002 two bed, one bath home with granite tile counter tops, maple cabinets, tile and laminate flooring, and propane freestanding stove. One level wheelchair friendly with 42" hallways and 36" doorways. Extensive decking, low maintenance home and landscape. Mt. Gardner views, 3 consolidated lots with fenced garden space, private well and septic. 320sf heated shop with attached 20x24 carport. Irrigation shares.

May 2014 Events in the Methow Valley

by Heather Marrone

NATURALIST RETREAT
May 8 – 11, 2014
Spring Naturalists Retreat with Methow Conservancy.
$165. 996‑2780.

WINTHROP 49er DAYS
May 9 – 11, 2014
Winthrop

MARATHON
May 10, 8:30am
Mazama to Twisp (map)
Sunflower Trail Marathon and Relay, 26.7-mile solo or team run from Mazama to Twisp.
$45-$85. www.mvsta.com. 996-3287.

FARMER'S MARKET
EVERY SATURDAY 9am – 12pm
Methow Valley Community Center, Methow Street, Twisp
Local crafts and produce in the MV Community Center Parking lot.
996-2747. www.methowvalleyfarmersmarket.com.

TRASHION SHOW
May 10, 7pm – 10pm
Methow Valley Community Center, Methow Street, Twisp
Annual trashion fashion show sponsored by Confluence Gallery, Twisp.
Held at Methow Valley Community Center. $15-$35. 997-2787.

DANCE
May 10, 9:30pm – 9:30pm
Barn, State Route 20, Winthrop
The Outlaws perform at the Winthrop Barn. $5. 996-2117. 9:30pm

WILLY WONKA
May 11, 2pm
Merc Playhouse, South Glover Street, Twisp
Willy Wonka Jr., Children’s Musical Theater at The Merc Playhouse, Twisp.
$5-$12. 997‑7529.
Fri/Sat at 7pm; Sun at 2pm

MOTHER EXPERIENCE PROJECT
May 11, 7pm
Merc Playhouse, South Glover Street, Twisp,
Artists, musicians, writers, comics, poets and dancers at The Merc Playhouse, Twisp.
By donation. 997-0664.

MASK MAKING
May 17, 10am – 2pm
Confluence Gallery & Art Center, North Glover Street, Twisp
With Bruce Morrison at Confluence Gallery
$35. 10am-2pm

ORCHESTRA AND JAZZ
Sat, May 17, 7pm
Merc Playhouse, South Glover Street, Twisp
Pipestone Music Days with performances by the Pipestone Orchestra, jazz ensemble and youth orchestra on Saturday; student recitals on Sunday, at MV Community Center.
$5-$15 concert, free recitals. 997-0222. 7pm Saturday; 1-4pm Sunday

CLIMATE CHANGE
May 18, 7pm
WhereBarn, State Route 20, Winthrop
“Updates from the Front Lines of the Climate Fight” talk by 350.org founder Bill McKibben
Hosted by Methow Conservancy. Free. 996-2780.

CRUISE-IN 2014
May 21, 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Barn, State Route 20, Winthrop
Hot rods, classics, cool cars, trucks and motorcycles welcome at Winthrop Barn.
Free. 860-1610. 5:30-8:30pm

ART DEMONSTRATIONS
May 24 & 31st, 9am – 1pm
TwispWorks, South Glover Street, Twisp,
Open Studio Saturday with classes and demonstrations at TwispWorks.
Free. 997-3300. 9am-1pm

TRAIL RUNS
May 24, 9am – 9am
Mazama community club
Mazama 5K/10K trail runs plus free 1K kids’ fun run at the Mazama Community Club.
$20-$30, includes pancake breakfast. www.methowendurance.com. 9am race start

RODEO
May 24 & 25, 1pm
Methow Valley Rodeo Grounds
Memorial Day Rodeo with Jackpot and Junior Rodeo, and events for kids at Methow Valley Rodeo Grounds
Between Twisp and Winthrop. $5-10. 996-2439.

CONSERVATION PARTY
May 24, 6pm
Barn, State Route 20, Winthrop,
With Methow Conservancy, dinner and dancing at the Winthrop Barn.
$5-$35. 996-2780.

ARTISTS RECEPTION
May 31, 5pm – 7pm
Winthrop Gallery, Riverside Avenue, Winthrop
“Tactile, Tangible, Tonal” running through July 7 at Winthrop Gallery.
996-3925.

Spring Sprouts- Hiking Like it Should Be

by Heather Marrone

Imagine a world were every child can go for an after school hike through the mountains.  Or move to the Methow Valley and live in it.  This was taken on the Patterson Lake Hiking Trail, right across from public parking at the Patterson lake boat ramp.  A 10 minute drive from the public school.  Going for our Wednesday hike after school.

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Heather Marrone
Blue Sky Real Estate
141 Riverside Ave- POB 908
Winthrop WA 98862
509-341-4163
509-996-8084
Fax: 509-996-7830

Blue Sky Real Estate
509-341-4163  info@methowvalleyproperties.com