Barn Quilts of Kittitas CountyDescription: A year-round, self-guided driving tour that honors Kititas County's ag heritage & industry. This grass roots project celebrates folk art of the American quilt & the strong women who made them. Maps available at Cle Elum & Ellensburg Visitor Center or online.
Address: PO Box 861, Cle Elum, WA
Blue Star Growers, Cashmere, WA 98815
Cascade FarmlandsDescription: Cascade Foothills Farmland Association (CFFA) is a non-profit organization representing and promoting Ag-Tourism in North Central Washington providing support, training and event coordination to tourist destinations and individual related businesses.
Address: P.O. Box 462, Peshastin, WA 98807
Phone Alt.: 509-548-6784
Cascade Loop Scenic HighwayDescription: A stunning 400-mile scenic highway with glacier-clad mountains, saltwater beaches, high desert vistas, pristine lakes, unique towns and comfortable accommodations. Free 68-page Travel Guide.
Address: PO Box 3245, Wenatchee, WA 98807
Phone: (509) 662-3888
Cashmere Cider Mill Tasting Room & Guest SuitesDescription: Private Events, Artisan Cider, & Culinary Tours: 5420 Woodring Canyon Rd, Cashmere, WA 98815 509.782.3564 Toll Free 1.866.459.9614 April - December Wed-Sat 10-5; Sun 12-3; Aug-Oct 10-5 Daily. *Check out Snapdragon Coffee, Gelato & Bistro-serves our artisan cider on tap daily, and featured in all menu items & gelato choices @ 207 Mission Ave in Cashmere. Discover Heirloom Cuisine Culinary Vacations; 24 Hour Experience, & Week long programs. Stroll the fruit orchards sampling regional fruits... glass of artisan cider in hand... choose dinner ingredients directly from the grower... creating dinner cuisine together in small groups and chef instruction.
Address: 5420 Woodring Canyon Rd Cashmere, Cashmere, WA 98815
Cashmere Pioneer Village & MuseumDescription: Museum includes American Indian history, 19th centruy village of authentic pioneer cabins, and ancient archaeology of the region. 9;30-4:30 Mar-Oct; Nov-Dec Fri-Sun 10:30- 3:30 PM
Address: 600 Cotlets Way, Cashere, WA 98815
Cashmere Valley BankAddress: PO Box G, Cashmere, WA 98815
Phone: (509) 782-1501
Chelan County FairgroundsDescription: Fairgrounds setting with lots of open grass, beautiful views, inside events up to 1,400 people, arena, horse stalls, and RV parks.
Address: 5700 Wescott Drive, Cashmere, WA 98815
CRM / Miller OrchardsDescription: Celebrating over 100 years as a family farm. We offer a large selection of the finest quality fruits and vegetables. Heirloom, Asian, Mexican, and European vegetables. Come meet our farm family. We are happy to show you the orchard and answer any questions.
Address: 7396 State Hwy 97, Peshastin, WA 98847
Entiat Chamber of CommerceAddress: PO Box 354, Entiat, WA 98862
Icicle Creek Center for the ArtsDescription: Three beautiful venues: Snowy Owl Theater, Canyon Wren Recital Hall and the Outdoor Meadow Stage, Icicle Creek is dedicated to celebrating excellence in the lively arts and inspiring generations of students, artists and audiences through educational experiences, live performances, and special events-all in the breathtaking, natural setting of the mountains.
Address: 7409 Icicle Rd, Leavenworth, WA 98826
KOHO RadioAddress: 7475 Koho Place, Leavenworth, WA 98826
KOZI Radio, Chelan, WA
KPQ The Quake RadioWebsite: http://www.thequake1021.com/
Lake Chelan Chamber of Commerce and Visitor CenterDescription: Only in Lake Chelan will you find four seasons of wine, sun, stunning natural beauty and adventures that you can tune to your own tastes. 50.5 miles of lake, surrounded by vineyards, mountains and small-town charm, promise an array of activities as unique as the people who come here to play or make Lake Chelan their home.
Address: 102 East Johnson, Chelan, WA 98816
Lake Chelan Wine Growers AssociationDescription: Members include wineries, growers, and business partners who bring passion, talent and dedication to the cultivation of world-class vineyards, and the production of extraordinary wines.
Address: PO Box 777, Chelan, WA 98816
Leavenworth Chamber of CommerceDescription: Come to the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth where sun filled days await you. Our recreational mecca beckons with 700 miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails, world class climbing and incredible white water rafting. Tantalize your senses with the cultures and flavors of locally made culinary delights. Taste fruit fresh off the vine and sample award winning wines at our nearby wine tasting rooms and wineries. Best of all, Bavaria is in your very own backyard so stay a week, there is plenty to do!
Address: P.O. Box 327, 904 Hwy 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Leavenworth Community Farmers MarketDescription: Meet our local Leavenworth farmers at market. Open Times; Thursdays June-August: 4-8pm, Sept-October: 4-7. Fresh prepared food vendors, yard art, market booth,fruits, vegetables, flowers, acoustic music, food vendors, and a free kid's activities await you! Market held in beautiful Lions Club Park, between city pool and city hall/library on Hwy 2. Park at either. Picnic tables, music, shade and clean, indoor restrooms.
Address: PO Box 2184, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Phone: 509 548-5786
Phone Alt.: 509-679-3378
Leavenworth Golf ClubDescription: In the heart of Bavarian Village Leavenworth Washington, Leavenworth Golf Club open April- October 6 AM-8 PM; Great golf course with great views, fun layout and fantastic view. 1/2 mile down Icicle Road in Leavenworth Washington(Off Hwy. 2)
Address: 9101 Icicle Rd., Leavenworth, WA 98826
Northwest Public RadioDescription: North Central Washington’s NPR News & Classical Music service. Listen on one of our 31 frequencies including: Wenatchee – 90.3fm, 90.7fm Leavenworth/Cashmere – 90.7fm, 91.3fm Omak/Okanogan/Tonasket/Oroville – 90.1fm Chelan/Waterville/Manson – 88.3fm Or online at NWPR.ORG, or with our smart phone apps
Address: 103 Palouse Street Ste 10, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Okanogan County Tourism CouncilAddress: P.O. Box 626, Omak, WA 98841
Phone Alt.: 509-826-5107
Omak Chamber of CommerceAddress: 401 Omak Ave, Omak, WA 98841
Oroville Visitors Information CenterDescription: Visit Oroville, Washington just 4 miles south of the Canadian border with local wineries, fruit growers and public lands to enjoy.
Address: 1210 Ironwood St., Oroville, WA 98844
Peshastin Hi-Up GrowersPhone: 509-548-7312
Port of Douglas CountyPhone: 509-884-4700
Quincy Farmer Consumer Awareness DaysDescription: FCAD Breakfast Fun Run Cook Off Challenge Car Show Food Booths Exhibits Kids Activities Produce Sale Quilt Show Annual Parade Tractor Pull Entertainment Guided Ag Tours Valley Ride Quincy Farmer Consumer Awareness Days was founded to promote and educate consumers about the value of agriculture. Join us the second weekend every September for the festivities of fresh produce, guided ad tours, a parade, tractor pull, food and vendor booths, quilt show, car show, entertainment, and more.
Address: PO Box 1865, Quincy, WA 98848
Phone: 509- 787-4246
Rocky Reach Dam Visitor's Center, Chelan County PUDDescription: Interpretive museum, fish ladder, fish-viewing room, café and gift shop. Eighteen acres of lawns, gardens, picnic area, and playground equipment
Address: Hwy 97 A, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Smallwood's HarvestDescription: Large retail mercantile filled with specialty foods, fresh fruit and produce in season, wines and gifts. Beautiful grounds, farm animal petting zoo, maze, pumpkin patch, & cow train rides. View our new online store. Something for everyone! Cabin for rent on farm property. Open Daily
Address: 10461 Stemm Rd, Peshastin, WA 98847
Upper Valley Museum at LeavenworthDescription: The Upper Valley Museum displays, preserves, and promotes the diverse cultural heritage and history of the Leavenworth, Lake Wenatchee, Plain, and Dryden communities. Open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5 PM
Address: 347 Division St., Leavenworth, WA 98826
Phone Alt.: 509-670-5544
Via 97Description: Imagine wandering the wine regions of two countries nestled within mountainous valleys. Along the way, share in the unique history and culture of native people. End your day relaxing in one of the luxurious resorts on beautiful Lake Chelan or Lake Okanagan...all in the same day! Explore the Highway 97 Corridor from Leavenworth Washington to Vernon British Columbia. Our convenient links and map of the region make it easy to explore the variety of travel opportunities awaiting you.
WA State University Small Farms PartnerPhone: 509-663-8181
Walleye CardsDescription: Unique artwork from the field journal of wildlife biologist Heather A. Wallis Murphey, Leavenworth, WA.
, Leavenworth, WA 98826
Washington Apple Education FoundationDescription: The Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF) was founded in 1994 by members of Washington’s tree fruit industry with a desire to advance the industry’s charitable work. Today, WAEF fosters educational opportunities, encourages academic excellence and promotes awareness of the values of Washington’s tree fruit industry.
Address: P.O. Box 3720, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Washington State Fruit CommissionDescription: Get all of the latest news and information about cherries from the Northwest including: health information, recipe ideas, tips on freezing, canning, and drying cherries as well as information about the famous growing region located in the great Northwest.
Address: 105 South 18th Street Suite 205, Yakima, WA 98901
Washington Tree Fruit Research CenterDescription: Since 1969 we've been supporting researchers in their efforts to explore ways to improve fruit storage, decrease insect effects on fruit and grow better fruit which will increase the revenues of growers in Washington state.
Address: 1719 Springwater Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
Washington Wine CommissionDescription: Tools to get your trip to Wine Country started!
Address: 93 Pike Street, Suite 315, Seattle, WA 98101
Wenatchee Downtown AssociationDescription: The mission of the Wenatchee Downtown Association is to promote and enrich the downtown experience. We were awarded the Great American Main Street Award - come see why! in beautiful downtown Wenatchee, we are know for historic buildings, exquisite public art and scores of boutique shopping,dining and family entertainment.
Address: 103 Palouse St. #35, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Wenatchee OutdoorsDescription: Online maps for biking, hiking, mountain bike, whitewater, trails, rock climbing, flat water, canoeing, Wenatchee outdoors, just get out and recreate is the point, and the tools are here; muscle powered outdoor sports 1 hour within Wenatchee Valley, Central Washington
Wenatchee Valley Convention and Visitors BureauDescription: Features Wenatchee Valley Washington, Taste of Harvest Festival; Apple Blossom Festival; Wenatchee Lodging; Wenatchee Conventions; minutes from Leavenworth Washington; Cashmere, Entiat & Chelan; Sits on the beautiful Columbia River in Washington State.
Address: 5 S. Wenatchee Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone Alt.: 509-663-3723
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural CenterDescription: The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center gathers and educates people to celebrate and preserve the history, arts, sciences, and rich diversity of the region and its people since 1939.
Address: 127 South Mission, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Wenatchee WorldDescription: The World is dedicated to helping North Central Washington communities succeed. It covers the news and events of NCW through its newspaper, web site and other electronic and print products, including Business World and Foothills Magazine. Our offices are located at 14 N. Mission St. in Wenatchee.
Address: P.O. Box1511, 14 N. Mission St., Wenatchee, WA 98807
WSU Okanogan County ExtensionDescription: A major program area for WSU Extension in Okanogan County is development of agritourism farms and value-added farm products. We are located in Okanogan County Courthouse in downtown Okanogan. Contact Curtis Beus, WSU Okanogan County Director, if you are interested in developing agritourism or value-added farm products for your farm.
Address: 149 3rd Ave. N., Rm 101, Okanogan, WA 98840
WSU, Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural ResourcesDescription: WSU Small Farms Team conducts research, teaching, and outreach for small and mid-sized family-owned farms. Team members come from a wide variety of specialties and are based in WSU programs, state agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Address: 1100 N Western Ave., Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone: 509-663-8181 x 235