*** Tickets REQUIRED! Get them through this link:
Please join us on March 7th at 6 pm at the Leavenworth Community Workspace to help James fight cancer!
Fletcher is one of the brightest, most energetic and generous individuals around. Now he has the biggest physical, emotional and mental challenge ahead of him. On Dec 29th we learned that he has stage 4 Melanoma. He and his wife Siri have a long road of treatment and recovery ahead, and we are here to help and support them throughout the entire process. James and Siri have always been active, caring and generous members of our community, and now they need our support. The treatments James will be receiving will be effective yet ongoing for many months, and they both will have significantly reduced income during this time.
We are hosting a Sip & Paint to help support the fight for James! For your donation of $50, each entry will get to paint our local favorite Prusik Peak while sipping a beverage of your choice. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to James and his wife Siri.
There are only 50 spots available for this event, so to secure yours please RSVP by visiting the link below and clicking on the green "Tickets" link to make your donation.
(Please note that there will be a small fee of 1% + .99 per ticket)
For questions or more information please email
There will be a donation box at the event for those of you who would like to make any additional donations!
A special THANK YOU to the ladies at Sip & Paint Leavenworth, Matt & Chelsey Bowen, Dans Foodmart, Marson’s Lumber and everyone else who helped make this event possible!
Mountain Sprouts is pleased to offer a special night for all you underappreciated & overworked parents! We are offering a fun evening of games, movies, snacks and crafts for up to 25 lucky kiddos. Based out of the Community Workspace in downtown Leavenworth, you’ll be able to drop off the little ones and enjoy some time out on the town… Dinner? Drinks? Matching Tattoos? The possibilities are endless, at least until 8pm when you have to pick your kid(s) back up.
PS: check back on the 2nd Wednesday of each month for more babysitting nights!
Time: 5:00-8:00 pm
Where: Leavenworth Community Workspace (217 8th St)
Age: No Age Limit *Potty Trained Required
Capacity: Limit 25 kids
Suggested Donation (for the night - 3hrs)
$30 - 1st child
$10 each additional child
This fundraiser supports outdoor education for toddlers and preschoolers in the Upper Valley!
Our Business Development Series is back and before we go into some serious developing over the next few months, we felt everyone was in need of a good stretch session!
Stiff neck & shoulders? Sore back? Feel like a ball of knots when you stand up from your desk?
Then plan to join us for an informative hour with the owner of Bellamia Massage as she shares some of her best expertise!
"We will be discussing the different stretches and massage technique's that you can use throughout the day to keep your body happy in the workplace." ~ Kayla
The highly requested Quickbooks conversation is finally coming to the Small Business Development Series!!!
Join our speaker Maynard Man (of accounting firm Cordell, Neher & Company, PLLC) with your questions & best note taking skills as he offers a comprehensive Roundtable discussion!
Want to make sure your questions are answered?
Submit them to our poll by Friday, June 23rd:
What to bring:
- Your lunch
- Pen & paper (or favorite note taking app)
- Business cards to share with the crowd
Looking forward to seeing everyone & learning from one another!
The May Business Development Series continues with special guest, Katie Schmitten, who is the Career Counselor at Cascade High School and operates the Career Connection Program.
Cascade High School’s Career Connections program is in its second year of operation. Students first learn valuable life skills: business etiquette, how to build an effective resume, write cover letters, how to successfully interview, etc. Our students then obtain an internship position with a local business based on what they think they would like to pursue in their post-secondary education.
This program is a great opportunity to help build a bridge between our local high school and our local businesses in order to support one another.
Planning an event for a small business can be overwhelming!
Join us for this BYOL (Bring-Your-Own-Lunch) and learn from one of the Valley's best creative marketing minds, Callie Klein!
Did you catch the "Zucchini Car Races" at Pybus the past few summers? (That was Callie) How about the "Nationwide" booth at the KPQ Home & Garden Show 2017? (Callie again) or maybe you've attended one of the "Wellness Place Gala" dinners & noticed the spectacular themes and/or decor over the past few years (you guessed it, Callie was involved!)
Now, she's ready to share some of her experiences and help you find ways to create a community event by partnering with complementary businesses that can help take on some of the burdens by co-hosting an event!
The Business Development Series continues with our March Luncheon featuring April Welch of Flirting with Social. Join us as she tackles the one of larger social media questions in our area.... what platforms works best in North Central Washington.
Please RSVP to reserve a spot at the table!