5 Things to do this week

Veterans Day Parade

Historic Downtown Chelan will honor veterans with a Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 11 from 11 to 11:30 a.m.


Sip and Shop at Rio Vista Wines on the River

Rio VIsta Wines on the River in Chelan will host a Sip and Shop event on Saturday, Nov. 11 from 12- 5 p.m.

“Visit Rio Vista Wines on the River and get ready for the holiday season,” the event page states. “Shop a few wonderful vendors as you sip a glass of hot spiced wine. These vendors bring the most wonderful, hand-crafted, quality goods. This is absolutely appropriate for the holiday season! We can’t wait to spread the festive joy with you.”

For more information visit riovistawines.com/events/.


Open Mic Night

Sigillo Cellars in Chelan will host Open Mic Night on Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 5-7 p.m.

“You are welcome to attend and listen to local musicians or get up on stage and perform,” the event page states. “We will be offering happy hour prices during Open Mic every Wednesday.”

For more information visit sigillocellars.com.


Harvest Live Music: Kelly Shirey

Tipsy Canyon Winery in Manson will host their event Harvest Live Music with musician Kelly Shirey on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 4-6 p.m.

Tipsy Canyon Winery is excited to bring you live music from the talented Kelly Shirey,” the event page states. “Kelly Shirey is a folk-rock singer/songwriter who performs in the Pacific Northwest as both a solo artist and leader of the band, Kelly Shirey & Co. Kelly’s music and his performances show an appreciation for all musical genres and his lifelong love of music.”

“Grab a glass of wine and get ready to sing along to the talented live sounds of Kelly Shirey,” the event page states.

For more information visit tipsycanyon.com.


Scam alert presentation

The Manson Community Library will host a Scam alert presentation on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 5-6 p.m. in the Manson Library conference room.

“Detective Cyrus Bowthorpe, from the Chelan County Sheriff's Department, will present ways to avoid scams,” the event page states. “He will talk about all kinds of scams:  tech support, non-payment/non delivery, identity theft, confidence/romance fraud, extortion, phishing, spoofing, government impersonation, malware/virus and healthcare related scams.”


For more information visit ncwlibraries.org.




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