The following events are happening in Leavenworth this month:
May 3: Broadway Soiree Gala--Canyon Wren Recital Hall
A fundraiser for the New Plays Festival, this evening features dinner, wine, and silent auction. There will be many Broadway and Seattle based performers in attendance. 6pm-9pm, $75.
May 5-7--Icicle Creek Writers Retreat
This retreat at the foot of Wedge Mountain will be lead by Hugo House Writer in Residence Ryan Boudinot with evening workshops, readings and outings, while the day is reserved for private workshops and a time to deeply explore your work.
May 6 & 7--Jewelry Trunkshow and Sale--Barn Beach Reserve
Unsure of what to get mom for Mothers Day? Local jewelers with sustainable crafted jewelry will be having a sale at Barn Beach Reserve on this weekend. 15% of proceeds go to Barn Beach to contribute towards their programming. May 6th, 4-8pm, May 7th, 10am-4pm.
May 6--Michele Longo Eder--Leavenworth Library
Michele Longo Elder presents her book Salt In Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife about a family on the Oregon coast. 8pm. FREE
May 7--Michele Longo Eder--A Book For All Seasons
Michele will be signing her book Salt In Our Blood at A Book For All Seasons. 1-3pm. FREE.
May 8--Recipe For Justice--Canyon Wren Recital Hall
Local Leavenworth author Susan G. Butruille presents her newest play on Women's Suffrage in Washington State. The two act musical presents the events leading to women's right to vote in 1910, paving the way for national suffrage in 1920. 2:30pm. $7-$14.
May 12-15--Bird Fest
Time to tweet it up at one of Leavenworth's first festivals of the year. This years Bird Fest features keynote speaker Terry L. Root, a Senior Fellow at Stanford University. Sign up for your favorite field trip early as space is limited.
May 13--PK Dwyer
Artist PK Dwyer takes the stage at the Leavenworth Coffee House. Come hear his eclectic mix of blues, folk, roots, and rock 'n roll. $3 cover. 7pm. Barn Beach Reserve.
Come celebrate Fruhling (Spring) in Bavarian fashion. Events include; the Grand March, with village folk and visitor alike dressed in Trachten and traditional fare. Enjoy flowers, weekend entertainment and dancing. FREE. Downtown.
May 14--Lions Club Breakfast
Bring your hungry appetites to the Lions Club breakfast. All you can eat pancakes, sausage, ham, eggs, coffee and milk. $6 Adults, $3 Children. 6-10am Lions Club Park.
May 14th--Flower Pot Painting
Join Icicle Arts at the Gazebo to paint your way to spring. $2/pot.
.....To Be Continued.......