We are now offering family passes to the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center at our Wenatchee and East Wenatchee library branches.
The family passes can be checked out for a two-week period, and each pass provides entry for two adults and any children under age 18 in the household.
Ten passes are available at the Wenatchee Public Library and 5 passes are available at the East Wenatchee Public Library.
“Partnering with the Wenatchee Valley Museum is a natural next step for NCRL,” said Amanda Brack, NCRL’s Adult Services Manager. “Both of our organizations
work to preserve and strengthen our communities. NCRL is proud to play a role in making this essential community resource even more accessible.”
The Wenatchee Valley Museum inspires dynamic connections to this region’s unique heritage. Through their exhibits, they tell the stories of the people
who have built our community. The Museum fosters an appreciation for the preservation and celebration of our collective community memory.
“We strive to make our exhibits, events, and programs accessible to all residents of our Valley, and want to thank NCRL for their partnership. Join
us to explore your imagination, expand your mind, and get in touch with the roots of our region at the Museum!” said Kristin Lodge, Director of
Development and Communications at Wenatchee Valley Museum.
NCRL’s mission is to connect the people of North Central Washington to vital resources and opportunities that foster individual growth and strengthen
communities. In May, NCRL launched a program offering family passes to Ohme Gardens, laying the groundwork for this partnership with the Wenatchee
“Developing strategic partnerships to engage new users and strengthen communities is a main objective in our strategic plan,” said Barbara Walters,
NCRL’s Executive Director. “Partnerships with area organizations such as the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Ohme Gardens are just the beginning of
what NCRL hopes to offer. Stay tuned as we work to provide greater access to the many community resources across our 5-county region.”