Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center to Remain Open Through Renovations
The Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center will be open without the need for reservations while renovations are done to the museum's community space.
Public Relations Coordinator Ashley Sinner said improvements should take three to four weeks and the main gallery won't have anything in it during that time.
"We will have the high school art show exhibit which is 100% virtual this year." stated Sinner, "So we will be sharing that virtually when it is open to the public in a couple of weeks. We will still have art, it just will not be physically at the location."
Coyote's Corner, an interactive space for young children that is high-touch by nature, will remain closed.
The renovation project was funded by the state legislature last year after help from Senator Brad Hawkins as well as Representatives Keith Goehner and Mike Steele.
Upgrades include the sound system, an integrated media system, acoustics, lighting, a ramp to the stage, and a redesign that will highlight the pipes from their Wurlitzer pipe organ behind the stage.
Sinner added that they renovations are completed by mid-April.