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Virtual Read online presentations

Do you like to go online for arts and cultural presentations?  

For example, North Central Washington Library’s NCW Virtual Reads free event via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15 where Malaka Gharib, a graphic novelist and journalist, will tell stories from her second graphic-memoir about being a first-generation Filipino and Egyptian American from a divorced family.

www.wenatcheeworld.com/go/graphic-novelist-presents-on-zoom-for-ncw-librarys-virtual-reads/article

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"Zoo in You" at the museum

"Zoo in You" is a touring exhibit from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
"Zoo in You" is a touring exhibit from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

wenatcheeworld.com/go/meet-the-microbes-at-zoo-in-you/article

Visitors to the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center's "Zoo in You" exhibit can explore the vibrant world of our inner microorganisms through interactive exhibits and programs that are bilingual.

Regular museum hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

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Wenatchee River Institute

www.wenatcheeworld.com/go/small-but-mighty-bluegrass-festival-jams-in-george-starting-monday/article

The George Washington Bluegrass Festival aims to provide a joyful, relaxing time of making music and being with friends. The free festival begins Monday and continues through Sunday at George Community Hall, 403 W. Montmorency Blvd., Quincy. Terri Jones is camp host for the 15th annual event; Betty Lampinen is the emcee.

Bluegrass musicians can sign up for open mic performances, and there will be concerts of all types for fans of bluegrass to enjoy.

Click the link to see day-by-day activities for the week long bluegrass festival in go!