Four Thoughts – A Holiday Community Dinner
Friday, December 6th, 5:30–8pm,
Venue: Winthrop Barn
Free. Tickets required, as seating is limited. Order your free tickets here.
The Methow Conservancy is mixing it up this year and trying something new for our usual December First Tuesday and Holiday Gathering. On Friday, December 6th, we’ll host our first-ever Four-Thoughts: A Holiday Community Dinner in The Winthrop Barn.
Soup, salad, bread, and dessert will be offered for free as a way for us to thank the community for supporting conservation and for caring about the future of this Valley. Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for sale. During dinner, we’ll take an opportunity to honor conservation leaders in the community with our annual awards.
Following the community dinner, we’ll turn the program over to four of the Methow Valley’s finest thought leaders:
- Katharine Bill - conservationist, adventurer, writer, parent
- Mark Miller - Methow descendant
- Vic Stokes - 4th generation rancher up Beaver Creek
- Johnnie Duguay - land steward, part-time sheep herder, Methow grown
Each speaker will inspire us with their 8-minute ruminations on the theme for the night: Caring for the Land.
While dinner is free of charge, seating is limited and registration is required. Sign up here now to reserve your spot. We hope to see you there!
Questions? Email us or call 509-996-2870.