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EVENTSFOODFUNWATERWINESHOPSSUNINFOLAKE CHELAN THIS WEEK JULY 5-11Steelhead cider: creating delicous beverages one apple at a time PAGE 3ROTTEN APPLE COMEDY BRINGING THE BEST COMEDY TO CHELAN PAGE 101320 W. WOODIN AVENUE, CHELAN• Paddle Boards • Jet Skis • Kayaks • Wake boards & Tubes • Luxury & Pontoon BoatsFor reservations (509) 682-5125Check us out on2Thursday, July 4, 2019Lake Chelan This WeekINSIDELAKE CHELAN THIS WEEK3 4-5 Steelhead CiderMILL BAY CASINO IMMEDIATE/SEASONALPOSITIONS NOW AVAILABLE!What Should We Do Today?6-78-9Where Should We Eat?• Bartender I (1 Seasonal) • Facility Laborer (2 Seasonal)Local Wines10Rotten Apple Comedy• Security Officer (1 Seasonal) • Valet Attendant/Driver (2 Seasonal)EVENT CENTER • Bartender (10 Seasonal)BONUS Each position will be guaranteed 25 hours a week, and hourly pay of $16. BONUS OF $2.50/ HR + One meal per shift + Cost of Gaming License and other Licenses as needed. In order to qualify for the bonus you must have worked at least 90% of your scheduled shifts.• Server (6 Seasonal)ncwcalendar.comScan the QR code to find additional eventS.LAKE CHELAN this week• Facility Laborer (3 Seasonal) Please apply in person at the Player’s Advantage Club or fill out an application online at and email to HR. Seasonal positions are not eligible for benefits.Published by Washington Media LLC, Wenatchee, WA. For advertising information, contact: Sherrie Harlow | 253-255-5920 | 509-664-7134 Submit publication items at View this publication online at MILL BAY CASINO 455 WAPATO LAKE ROAD | MANSON, WA 98831 509.687.6911INSIDE STORYLake Chelan This WeekThursday, July 4, 20193KAREN LARSENLAKE CHELAN THIS WEEKTop: Three varieties of Steelhead Cider before a Lake Chelan backdrop. Bottom: Hayley McGinty pours Steelhead Cider at a Seattle cider summit.The Lake Chelan area is an important production area for Washington apples. Until recently, however, it was not a place where many people were making and selling hard cider. That has changed in the last decade. Ben Barnes, the founder of Steelhead Cider, is a 30-year-old Manson native who grew up on an orchard and developed a passion for cider making. After graduating from Washington State University, Barnes started learning to make cider in small batches. He saw that the cider market was growing and decided that it was a good opportunity to jump in. He developed Steelhead Cider in 2013 and started selling his first product in 2015. One of the aspects of cider making that is the most attractive to Barnes is the variety of flavors and possibilities. It is an intensely creative process. “There’s no rules; everything is new and fresh and unique,” Barnes said. Steelhead Cider current flavors include “Furious George Ginger,” “Peargatory” (vanilla pear), “Chimera Cherry Apple,” “Backroads Boysenberry,” and “Hopped Habanero.” Each cider is the fruit of an extensive creative process that Barnes said begins by getting together with friends “and trying things out.” Ciders range from “dry” with very little or no sugar content to fruity, which are diluted with fruit juice after fermentation and have a sweet flavor. Each compliments different foods. Barnes said that a good rule of thumb is that dry ciders go well with rich foods, fruity ciders go well with lighter fare and spiced ciders go well with seafood. It is clear that for Barnes cider is not just a business, but a passion. Tasting and evaluating cider is a favorite pastime. He regularly attends tasting events statewide and in Oregon to sample what other companies are producing. Not everyone can discriminate well between different cider products. Barnes can. When he tries something really good it inspires him tothink what he can do to bring his own product another notch up. Most American cider varieties are made with eating apples, but more and more cider makers are looking to Europe for traditional cider apple varieties. These have a sharp, bitter taste created by tannins and can be compared to well-aged red wines. The Barnes family orchard planted some of these varieties in 2014 for use in Steelhead Ciders. Barnes feels that it makes sense for an orchard region such as Lake Chelan to produce cider. It is a way that a locally-sourced product can be turned into a locally produced value-added good. It reduces waste in the orchard industry because juice-grade apples can go into producing high-quality ciders. For now, Steelhead Cider is not only produced from all-locally grown apples, it is also sold locally. Barnes said he may try to expand in the future, but for now if you want Steelhead Cider, Chelan County is the place to find it. Two years ago Barnes opened his own tasting room—The Taphouse--located at 114 E. Woodin Ave. in Chelan. That, of course, is the most ideal place to taste Steelhead Cider’s creations. Other Cider brands that have risen up in the Lake Chelan Area include Washington Gold Cider. Like Steelhead Cider, Washington Gold was born out of a family orchard. Washington Gold has a tasting room at Lake Chelan Winery, 3519 Highway 150 in Chelan. Rootwood Cider Company of Manson was founded on a 100-year-old family orchard and produces most of its ciders from its own apples. The orchard grows ten varieties of cider apples. There is a tasting room in downtown Manson at 45 Wapato Way, and another at the production facility. ChelanCraft Cider is a cider company not attached to an orchard. They welcome guests to tour the cidery and see the process of how cider is made. They are located at 804 Manson Highway in Chelan.4Thursday, July 4, 2019Lake Chelan This WeekEVENTSWhat Should We do today? EVENTS THIS WEEK: JULY 5-JULY 11RECURRING EVENTS: RUBY THEATRE’S MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Toy Story 4 135 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan Plays every evening at 7 p.m. Matinee showings will also be offered at 3 p.m.Saturday and Sunday. For more information see the theatre website at, JULY 5 SKYDIVE 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Skydive Chelan, 201 Kelly Lane, Chelan For more information visit call Chelan Skydive at (509)881-0687 to book.U.S. NATIONALS PARAGLIDING EVENT July 6 to July 13 Chelan Keep your eyes open for colorful paragliding sails this week.TASTE AND TOUR 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., daily except Wednesdays ChelanCraft Cider, 806 Manson Highway, Chelan Current flavors are cider with lemon and ginger pear cider.HAPPY HOUR BOWLING 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Sept. 1 Chelan Lanes, 518 W. Manson Hwy., Chelan $3 bowling and $3 shoes.HAPPY HOUR AT WAPATO POINT CELLARS 5 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday Wapato Point Cellars, 200 S. Quetilquasoon Road, Manson Enjoying craft cocktails, beer and awardwinning wines.COSMIC BOWL 5 p.m.-12 a.m. nightly until Sept. 1. Chelan Lanes, 518 W. Manson Hwy., Chelan Come bowl in the black light to dance music.LOCAL MUSICIANS AT THE WINEMAKER’S GRILL 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday Wapato Point Cellars, 200 S. Quetilquasoon Road, Manson Savor the local ‘flavor’. Enjoy local musicians while dining with wine at The Winemaker’s Grill.Rory Scovel and has the uncanny ability to take mundane events and turn them into over-the-top comedy. Tickets range from $25 to $35 and can be purchased at https:// UNWINDLIVE MUSIC AT CAMPBELL’STHE LAKEBOYS AT RIO VISTA ON THE RIVER7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Campbell’s Resort, 104 W. Woodin Ave., Chelan Live music every Friday night at Campbell’s Pub & Veranda.8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Spirals, 215 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan A day of specially-priced mind-body-spirit classes and personal sessions. First Saturday of every month.2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Rio Vista on the River, 24415 Highway 97, Chelan Come listen to this local musical duo.LIVE MUSIC WITH NICK MARDONWINERY TOURS AT LAKE CHELAN WINERY 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays through Sundays Lake Chelan Winery, 3519 Highway 150, Chelan Get a behind-the-scenes look at the winery as staff guide you through the vineyard, crush pad and production facility. Enhance your knowledge of winemaking and the unique growing conditions in our region. Finish your tour sipping on wine and stroll through our 3,000 square foot gift shop. Tours are free. Call 509-687-9463 for more information.LIVE MUSIC 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Vineyard at Lake Chelan Winery, 3519 Hwy 150, Chelan Enjoy dinner at the BBQ In the vineyard, and live music by The Lakeboys. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and relax or dance the night away! Every Friday through Aug. 30. For more information call 509-6879463.ROTTEN APPLE COMEDY PRESENTS MONICA NEVI AND DEREK SHEEN AT CAMPBELL’S RESORT Shows at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Campbell’s Resort, 104 W. Woodin Ave., Chelan Join Rotten Apple’s crew and enjoy a hilarious summer night out with headlining comedians Monica Nevi and Derek Sheen. Monica’s a Washington native who has appeared on Amazon Prime, Laughs on FOX and [the 206]. Derek has toured with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Janeane Garofolo and7 p.m. to 10 p.m. WineGirl Wines, 222 E. Wapato Way, Manson Enjoy WineGirl Wines while listening to the bluesy rock sounds of Nick Mardon in our spacious yard.LIVE MUSIC WITH THE JUSTIN YOUNG BAND 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Siren Song Vineyard Estate and Winery, 635 S. Lakeshore Road, Chelan Enjoy food, wine, and live jazz at the Siren Song Vineyard Estate and Winery with the smooth jazz saxophone stylings of the Justin Young Band. Wine by the bottle, salads, and pizza will be available for purchase during the show. No cover charge or reservations required.THEATER UNDER THE STARS— PERRY HOTTER AND THE HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 8 p.m.-10 p.m., July 5 and 6 Theater Under the Stars, 204 E. Okanogan Ave., Chelan Imagine the musical kids of “High School Musical” cross-pollinating with the magical cast of “Harry Potter” and that’s what “Perry Hotter and The High School Musical” is…a hilarious hodge-podge of magical-musical merriment and mayhem. General admission is $24; $19 for children aged $14 and under.SATURDAY, JULY 6 MANSON FARMER’S MARKET 8:30 a.m - noon Manson Grange Parking Lot, 157 E. Wapato Way, Manson Come buy fresh, locally-grown produce. Arrive early for best selection.LIVE MUSIC AT BENSON ESTATE VINEYARD & WINERY 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Benson Estate Vineyard & Winery, 754 Winesap Ave, Manson Listen to Squirrel of Shame, an 80’s cover band that plays journey ballads, rock anthems and AC/DC. Benson’s Summer Concert Series continues each Saturday afternoon through Oct. 12. Free admission and family friendly.THE PETTY THIEF AT WINEGIRL WINES 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. WineGirl Wines, 222 E. Wapato Way, Manson Rock out to the hits from Tom Petty performed by Petty Thief.CHELAN ROCKIN’ FIREWORKS 10 p.m. Join us for our annual fireworks show! Suggested places to enjoy the show are at Don Morse Park and Lakeside Park.SUNDAY, JULY 7 LAKE CHELAN MEN’S GOLF CLUBLAKE CHELAN MEN’S GOLF CLUB 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Lake Chelan Municipal Golf Course, 1501 Golf Course Drive, Chelan The Lake Chelan Men’s Golf Club is open to men age 18 and over. The Men’s Club plays on Sundays at the Chelan Municipal Golf Course through Oct. 27. The membership fee also enables golfers age 55 and over to play with the Senior Men’s Golf Club onEVENTS Wednesdays. For more information, contact Matt Froman by phone at (425) 327-6749 or by email at MUSIC2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Succession Wines, 78 Swartout Road, Manson Live music continues each Sunday afternoon through Sept. 22. Free with wine purchase. This week the featured performer will be loop artist Gina Belliveau.LIVE MUSIC4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Riverwalk Pavilion, 117 E. Wapato Ave., Chelan Family-friendly Sunday afternoon music in the park. This week’s featured group is Loose Change.SUMMER CONCERT SERIES: BRIANHAPPY HOUR AT ROCKY POND4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Wednesday Rocky Pond Tasting Room, 212 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan Enjoy $2 off glasses of wine. Don’t forget to bring a friend, and pair your wine with one of the small bites on the menu.MUSIC MONDAYS AT TSILLAN CELLARS4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tsillan Cellars, 3875 Highway 97A, Chelan Every Monday live music on the Upper Terrazzo. Walk-ins only.Lake Chelan This WeekTHURSDAY NIGHT MUSIC5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Rocky Pond Winery, 212 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan Join Rocky Pond Winery every Thursday night for live music. Enjoy award-winning wines, small bites and great community. It is the 4th of July and we are featuring Seattle native, Norman Baker. Norman has long family roots in music that will come through in his unique range of classics, folk and Americana.Thursday, July 4, 2019BACH FEST AT RIO VISTA ON THE RIVER7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Rio Vista on the River, 24415 Highway 97, Chelan Bach Fest is one of Rio Vista Wine’s most well-attended events of the year. Arrive early with plenty of time to make your wine and food orders as well as get a good seat to enjoy the fabulous show. For more information regarding all Bach Fest activities, please visit http://www.bachfest. org/TIPSY TRIVIA6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. WineGirl Wines, 222 E. Wapato Way, Manson Monday night competitive Trivia and vino. Buy-in is $5 with the winning group taking the pot. No more than six per team. No cell phones.WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 LAKE CHELAN SENIOR MEN’S GOLF CLUB JAMES AND THE GREAT UNKNOWN 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Rocky Pond Winery, The Pond Amphitheater, Sandy Shores Drive and Highway 97, Orondo You may have seen Brian play the last couple of seasons at The Pond, and you will truly enjoy his interactive energy and soulful sounds. You will enjoy an evening of blue-eyed soul, country, and originals. Concert tickets must be purchased in advance online, by phone, in the tasting rooms, or in our APP (download in the Apple or Android store). General entry is $40. Club Member Entry is $30. Bring a picnic, blanket and/or low chair. No outside alcohol allowed.MONDAY, JULY 8 STRETCH & SIP YOGA AT TSILLAN CELLARS 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tsillan Cellars, 3875 Hwy 97A, Chelan Relax to yoga on the front lawn led by Lynda Kennedy of Yoga Chelan. Walk-ins are welcome, or call 682-6463 to RSVP. Yoga mats are provided, or bring your own. Cost is $25.OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD MAGIC SHOW 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Chelan Public Library, 216 N. Emerson St., Chelan Kids and adults alike will have tons of interstellar fun at this amazing magic show with Jeff Evans. This is A Universe Of Stories summer library program event for families.8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Lake Chelan Municipal Golf Course, 1501 Golf Course Drive, Chelan The Lake Chelan Senior Men’s Golf Club is open to golfers age 55 and older. Play is every Wednesday through Oct. 30. For more information, contact Bob Matson at (509) 888-1554 or by email at matsonfamily4@ FARMER’S MARKET 8:30 a.m. - noon Manson Grange Parking Lot, 157 E. Wapato Way, Manson Come buy fresh, locally-grown produce.THEATER UNDER THE STARS—THE MISERABLE PHANTOM OF THE OP’RY8 p.m.-10 p.m. July 10 and 11 204 E. Okanogan Ave., Chelan Live family comedy theater presents The Miserable Phantom of the Op’ry, broad comedy farce that answers the question “What would you get if you mashed up ‘Les Miserable’, ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘The Grand Ole Op’ry’?” Our latest musical comedy mash-up parody mixes two Broadway classics with country music and then adds a lot of cornball Hillbilly high jinks. General admission is $24; $19 for children aged 14 and under.THURSDAY, JULY 11JOIN OUR LOYALTY PROGRAM EARN $5 OFF FOR EVERY $100 YOU SPENDLARGEST SELECTION EDIBLES • TOPICALS • CBD FLOWER • PRE-ROLLS & MOREEVENING FARMER’S MARKET4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Riverwalk Park, 17 E. Wapato Ave., Chelan Over 20 vendors, many certified organic or on their way to it, sell their produce at the market. One of the many special aspects of shopping at farmers’ markets is getting to know the farmers and vendors that work so hard to bring their beautiful offerings to 1510 N. Wenatchee Ave. | 509-667-9999 | Open 8am - 8pm21+5This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. Keep out of the reach of children.6Thursday, July 4, 2019Lake Chelan This WeekFOODWhere Should We Eat? From quick bites to delicious dinners, you will be able to find just the right place from this list of Chelan, Manson, Orondo and Entiat eateries.CHELANCAMPBELL’S PUB AND VERANDA PUB/GRILL Upscale pub cuisine with a seasonal Northwest twist. The Pub and Veranda are suitable for family dining and serve brunch and dinner daily. 104 W Woodin Ave, Chelan, 509-682-2561CHELAN TERIYAKIASIANLAKE CHELAN WINERYChelan Teriyaki offers a varied Japanese menu. Beer and wine are available. 109 S Emerson St, Chelan, 509-888-4466BBQ IN THE VINEYARD This beautiful picnic area located in the vineyard is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine. Our menu includes all the traditional BBQ specialties including ribs, chicken, burgers, salads and children’s menu. Stop by our cheese shop and grab some goodies to enjoy before dinner! Open daily at 5 p.m.CJ’S FAMILY The menu includes French toast, omelets, burgers, wraps and salads. There is a full service bar.3519 Hwy 150, Chelan, 509-687-94631501 Golf Course Dr, Chelan, 509-4212461A SHOT OF GRATITUDE PUBCOMPANY CREEK PIZZAHome-style food, indoor and outdoor seating, great coffee and a complete bar featuring many local wines.PIZZA Company Creek Pizza serves pizzas, calzones, burgers, fish and chips, salads and appetizers.312 E Woodin Ave, Chelan, 509-682-7100502 W Hwy 150, Chelan, 509-682-2000ANDANTEEVEN KEEL ROADHOUSEITALIAN Italian-style cuisine along with some of the finest wines from around the world. Reservations suggested. 113 S Emerson St, Chelan, 509-888-4855APPLE CUP CAFÉ CAFÉ Home-style café with a full menu offering something for everyone. 804 E Woodin Ave, Chelan, 509-682-2933LAKE CHELAN ARTISAN BAKERY SPECIALTY Hand-made baked goods, sandwiches, salads, soups, quiche and more. 246 W Manson Hwy in Chelan Plaza, Chelan, 509-682-2253Blueberry Hills serves up delicious handmade desserts using their locally grown blueberriesBC MACDONALDSLAYLA’S BAR AND KITCHENFAMILYCOCKTAIL LOUNGEBreakfasts, lunches, and dinners in a casual, family setting.Offering craft cocktails and local wines as well as a menu of food to go with them.104 E Woodin Ave, Chelan, 509-682-1334142 E. Woodin Ave., Chelan, 509-8880800BEAR FOODS CREPERIE DESSERTLA BRISA RESTAURANTA creperie café located in a natural foods store, 125 E Woodin Ave., Chelan, 509-682-5535MEXICANBISTRO VIN DU LAC WINERY SETTINGThe restaurant offers seafood, foraged and harvested foods, fresh cheese and other delicacies as they come into season. 105 Highway 150, Chelan, 509-682-2882Offering authentic Mexican food.There is a full-service bar specializing in 13 different margaritas. Take-out service is available.PUB/GRILLThe menu includes brats, flatbread pizza, pulled pork sandwiches, a meat and cheese charcuterie platter. 90 Lee Place, Chelan, 509-888-5326SORRENTO’S RISTORANTE Enjoy Italian cuisine paired with Tsillan Cellars estate wines. Call for reservations. 3875 US HWY 97A, Chelan, 509-682-9463THE FOX & QUAIL CAFÉ The menu consists of internationally inspired, unique and delicious food. 303 E Wapato Ave, Chelan, 509-682-4196246 W Hwy 150, Chelan, 509-682-5633FROYO EARTH 10 flavors of delicious frozen yogurt, lots of high-quality toppings and fresh-cut fruit. 246 Manson Way, Chelan, 509-888-7201FOODLake Chelan This WeekThursday, July 4, 20197GREEN DOT SUB SHOPSTEHEKIN VALLEY RANCHSANDWICH SHOPStehekin Valley Ranch offers home-cooked dinners at the ranch. Reservations are required. Stehekin, 509-682-4677Subs, salads, wraps, soups and chili and 30 flavors of soft-serve frozen yogurt. C
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