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2015-16 Event Calendar    
       
FEBRUARY 2016
       
Feb. 2 Veteran's Workshop: Suicide Prevention presented by Marv Hines of Veterans Counseling. Workshop presented by WVC Veteran Knights and VetCorps Navigator. To RSVP, email Connie Hill. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105
Feb. 4 Worker Retraining / Opportunity Grant information session. Visit startnextquarter.org to see if you prequalify and to register. 2:30 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2220 and Omak campus room 901 by ITV
  WVC Counseling Workshop: Achieving Your Potential, presented by Darrell Dickeson. Open to WVC students, faculty and staff. 12 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2111
Feb. 6 Join the Knights for Knights by the Fire prior to the Lady Knights basketball game. Includes s'mores! 1 p.m. West end of Smith Gym, near the tennis courts
  Lady Knights vs. Spokane 2 p.m. Smith Gym
  Knights basketball vs. Spokane 4 p.m.  
Feb. 9 Robert Graves Gallery presents Departures-Wenatchee, featuring Richard Nicksic and Erick Alvarez. Exhibit continues through March 17. Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sexton Hall
Feb. 10 The WVC Theater Dept. presents A Night of Comedy Improv!  Refreshments will be served. 6:30 p.m. Wells Hall Campus Theater
Feb. 11 WVC Knights of Music and music department present a Valentine's concert and dance. Includes performances by the WVC Chamber Choir and Wenatchee Big Band, dancing and light hors d'oeuvres. Free and open to the public. 6:30 p.m. Bonaventure of East Wenatchee, 50 29th St. NW, East Wenatchee
Feb. 12 WVC Knight at the Wild with a Mardi Gras theme. Tickets available for WVC students, faculty and staff starting Jan. 19 in Van Tassell Center. Tickets: $2 plus two non-perishable food items, or $5 without donations. Game starts at 7:05 p.m.   Town Toyota Center, Wenatchee
Feb. 13 Lady Knights vs. Walla Walla 2 p.m. Smith Gym
  Knights basketball vs. Walla Walla 4 p.m. Smith Gym
Feb. 16 Veteran's Workshop: VA Home Loan presented by Traci Dry of Guild Mortgage. Workshop presented by WVC Veteran Knights and VetCorps Navigator. To RSVP, email Connie Hill. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105
  WVC at Omak Outreach Open House includes learning presentations, tours of the campus, club expo tables, info on financial aid and drop-in classes. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Friendship Hall, Omak Campus
Feb. 18 Worker Retraining / Opportunity Grant information session. Visit startnextquarter.org to see if you prequalify and to register. 2:30 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2220 and Omak campus room 901 by ITV
  WVC Counseling Workshop: Laugh Yourself Well, presented by Kelly Anderson. Open to WVC students, faculty and staff. 12 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2111
Feb. 18-20 WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: Spotlight. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
Feb. 21-24 WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: Brooklyn. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
Feb. 23 Veterans Workshop: Career Transition presented by Wendy DalPez of The Entrepreneur's Source. Workshop presented by WVC Veteran Knights and VetCorps Navigator. To RSVP, email Connie Hill. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2015
Feb. 24 WVC Visiting Writers Series presents Jay Nebel and Katharine Whitcomb in a poetry reading. Free and open to the public. Q&A and book signing will follow the reading. 2-3:30 p.m. The Grove Recital Hall, Music and Art Center
  Lady Knights vs. Big Bend 6 p.m. Smith Gym
  Knights basketball vs. Big Bend 8 p.m. Smith Gym
Feb. 25-27 WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: The Big Short. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
Feb. 27 Lady Knights vs. Yakima 2 p.m. Smith Gym
  Knights basketball vs. Yakima Valley 4 p.m. Smith Gym
Feb. 28-
March 2
WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: Trumbo. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
       
MARCH 2016
       
March 1 Veterans Workshop: Resume Writing presented by Jarrod Wright and Eileen Boylston of WorkSource. To RSVP, email Connie Hill, WVC VetCorps Navigator. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105
March 3-5 WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: The Danish Girl. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
March 3 WVC Speaks lecture series presents Rich Brinkman and the Pacific Crest Trail. Free and open to the public. 2 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105 and Omak Heritage Building room 901 via ITV
March 6-10 WVC at Omak Associated Student Body and Omak Theatre present the 13th Annual Omak Film Festival. Feature of the week: Room. For more info, visit OmakFilmFestival.com or call 509.826.0860.   Omak and Mirage Theaters
March 8 Veterans Workshop: Interviewing, presented by Jarrod Wright and Eileen Boylston of WorkSource. To RSVP, email Connie Hill, WVC VetCorps Navigator. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105
March 10 WVC Speaks lecture series presents Rich Brinkman and the Pacific Crest Trail. Free and open to the public. 6:30 p.m. The Grove Recital Hall, Music and Art Center
March 15 WVC at Omak Spring Orientation for new students. 4-6 p.m. Hazel Allen Burnett Hall room 402, Omak Campus
  Veterans Workshop: Post Traumatic Stress, presented by Sue Dickinson of Veterans Counseling. To RSVP, email Connie Hill, WVC VetCorps Navigator. For more info, visit the WVC VetCorps Facebook page. 1 p.m. Wenatchi Hall 2105

 

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Livia Millard, WVC at Omak Multicultural Coordinator, 509.422.7814


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