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.


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    • Winter Event
    • Capturing the Spirit of Nature

    • Monday, June 1 -Sunday, July 12, O'Grady's

      We're honored to reopen O'Grady's, in unison with Patti Erikson's art show, "Capturing the Spirit of Nature". Come and share her love of nature and wildlife, tour the newly remodeled restaurant and expansive, granite patio; and sample our new cuisine.

      Patti Erikson has been a resident of Leavenworth for 25 years. Descending from a long line of whalers, she practiced scrimshaw art with fossilized ivory in Alaska. In North Central Washington, she is best known for her beautiful murals, in the style of trompe l’oeil (deceiving the eye). Patti has a Fine Arts degree from Central Washington University. Patti’s favorite pastime is taking her horse out for a ride with her sketchpad, and gaining inspiration from nature.

    • Winter Event
    • Resort Yoga

      Saturday, June 6*, 13 and 20*, 2015 at 10:00 am in Woodpecker

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

    • Please note there is no yoga on June 27. *Class will be in Tadpole on June 6 and 20.

      Adults ||  $12 per class- Pay at Guest Services. 10-punch card available for $108.

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    • Sleeping Lady Birdwalk

      Saturday, June 6 and 20, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am. Tours are also offered the 1st and 3rd Saturdays in September. Meet at the gazebo in the organic garden at Sleeping Lady. Bring your bincoculars and join in for the full hour and a half walk, a shortened version, or as your day allows.

      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  || Stop by O’Grady’s for a bite to eat, or make reservations in Kingfisher Restaurant to esperience the bounty of our garden  || Overnight package available

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      • Organic Garden Tour

        Saturday, June 13 and 27, 2015, 10:00 am. Tours are also offer the 2nd and 4th Saturdays in July and August.

        The organic garden at Sleeping Lady offers visitors a unique place to stroll and enjoy two acres of certified organic fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. Join garden staff for a tour and learn about environmentally friendly gardening techniques. In addition to using natural fertilizers, and regular crop rotation to improve the soil, the staff attracts beneficial insects to maintain the health and sustainability of the garden. The tour will include a stop in the greenhouse which extends the growing season providing the Sleeping Lady culinary team with fresh produce and herbs throughout the year.

        Stop by O’Grady’s for a bite to eat, or make reservations in Kingfisher Restaurant to enjoy the bounty of our garden.

        Tour is free to the public  ||  Overnight package available

        • Winter Event
        • Stories from Everest: A Benefit for Sherpas in Nepal

          Thursday, June 18, 7:00 pm / Salmon Gallery and Chapel Theater

          Emily Johnston will share images and talk about her experience in the April 25, 2015 earthquake and avalanche, which occurred while she was guiding on Mt. Everest. She will also provide an update on the state of the Sherpa villages. 100% of donations will benefit Sherpa villages through the International Mountain Guides Sherpa Fund.

          10% of proceeds from a no-host bar at the event, any purchase from O’Grady’s between 4-7 p.m. and the Grotto Bar between 4-10 p.m. on June 18 will also benefit the IMG Sherpa Fund..

          Suggested Donation ||  $20

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