Celebrate what may be the last BPA/Ferry County PUD annual power outage to rebuild the Kettle Falls-to-Republic transmission line. Sunday, July 16 from 12 noon - 8pm. Free burgers, hot dogs and entertainment will help the time go by faster as we wait for power to be returned. Location TBA for the freebies provided by the BPA.
Winchester RV Park is is proud to be hosting RV sites for the 2017 ATV Rally. If you enjoy ATV'ing, check out the following websites for more information about this year's event, and call to see if we have RV spaces left!
Sponsored by the Curlew lake Association and the Ferry Conservation District, this workshop will get you up-to-date on what's happening with Curlew Lake. The workshop will be held at the Ferry County Fairgrounds from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.
For more information about the Ferry Conservation District, see https://www.ferrycd.org/.
Come with an empty stomach to the 2nd annual Grasshopper Festival.
Grasshoppers are one of the more popular insects to eat (80% of the world eats insects), and with our abundant local supply, we want to contribute to our own self-sufficiency, and global food security, in a healthy, responsible, sustainable way.
Planned power outage begins at 12 noon through 8pm. Enjoy a free picnic at the Ferry County Fairgrounds, sponsored by BPA and the PUD. Free hot dogs, hamburgers, and drinks between noon and 3pm. Fun events for kids and educational information for adults.
Judging for the car show occurs from 1 pm - 4 pm. The sock hop will be from 6 pm - 11 pm. All participants are invited to come as you are or to dress in 50's attire. Refreshments will be available, as well as drawings, door prizes, contests, and games. Proceeds support the Wauconda Hall Association. The festivities will be happening at 129 Toroda Creek Rd. off State Hwy 20.
Event details not yet finalized. Visit the Ferry County Independence Day Fireworks Celebration Facebook page for up-to-date information.
12 noon - Picnic at Patterson Park and other family fun activities
10pm - Fireworks at Curlew Lake
Members will be getting “first crack” at our Boot Hill site in Republic! This annual event is one of the benefits of membership, and marks the beginning of the fossil hunting season. The hill will open to the general public on May 4. If you aren’t a member, JOIN NOW and attend this special season opener!
The 3rd Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival will be shown at the Ferry County Fairgrounds Carousel Building, Friday, March 18, from 6:30 to 9:30 PM. Door opens at 5:30 PM. Over a dozen short films will be shown and will be suitable for all ages. Tickets are $8 advance, $10 a the door. Student tickets are $4. Purchase tickets at Ferry County Coop or by sending a check to KRCG, PO Box 150, Republic, WA 99166.