Event Calendar

We offer the following events for the pleasure of our guests and the public. For tickets and information, please call (509) 548-6344. If calling from out of the area, (800) 574-2123.
Additional musical performances are offered by our sister property, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts.

Programming is subject to change. Purchased tickets are non-refundable.

SEPTEMBER

  • Winter Event
  • This Week In Leavenworth

  • Take a peek at what is happening in and around town in This Week in Leavenworth .


    • Winter Event
    • Saturday, September 6, 13*, 20 and 27* at 10:00 am in Woodpecker

      Join Joanna Dunn Saturday mornings at 10:00 am for a Morning Wake Up Yoga (slow - gentle) class. Drop ins welcome. Mats and props available for newcomers.

      Adults ||  $10 per class- Pay at Guest Services. 10-punch card available for $90.

      Please note Keely will be subbing for Joanna on September 6 and class will be held in Tadpole on September 14 and 27.


  • Winter Event
  • Sleeping Lady Birdwalk

    Saturday, September 6 and 20, 9:00 - 10:30 am. Meet at the gazebo in the organic garden at Sleeping Lady. Join in for the full hour and a half walk, or a shortened version, as your time allows. Bring binoculars.

    Enjoy our Saturday morning Bird Walks with leader, Heather Murphy, local wildlife biologist, nature journalist and artist. Over the past 25 years she has recorded 109 species of birds in the Sleeping Lady area, which is documented in the Citizen Science eBird program at Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

    Breeding season Bird Walks at Sleeping Lady are an excellent opportunity to observe an abundance of species. We will tour Sleeping Lady’s diverse habitats; beginning in the organic garden, to watch flower-pollinating-birds such as the Rufous and Calliope Hummingbirds. We will search the aspen stands for “sock-nests” of Bullock’s Orioles. We may see White-headed Woodpeckers, year-round residents, unique to the ponderosa pine forests. Along the clean waters of Icicle Creek we hope to observe American Dippers bobbing on river rocks and feeding on underwater insects. Overlooking the river we will peer into an Osprey’s large stick nest; they return each year from as far as South America.

    Tour is free to the public  ||  Overnight package available


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