The annual Twisp Trashion Show is a must-see event...and the 2019 show was no exception. Here's Danbert Nobacon wowing the crowd with his Alien Cat GRRL creation!
Octogenarian Betty Waggoner founded Methow Valley Backcountry Horsemen 3o years ago...and the group has been working hard to keep our backcountry--and front-country--trails cleared and open to the public ever since. In this three-minute video, Betty and current MVBCH president Cathy Upper talk about their work...which they obviously enjoy!
This just in, Good People! Twisp: The Power of Community has been named an “Official Selection” in WRPN.tv’s Short, Tight, and Loose Global Film Festival Competition! One of the reasons I submitted to this festival was for the opportunity to receive feedback from the judges if the film was not…
In this six-minute video, Debbie Bair tells us about her life in the Valley with her husband, Gene. Debbie Bair the Dance of Life six minutes from Leslee Goodman on Vimeo.
The first showing of "Twisp: The Power of Community" on November 14 was to a small but enthusiastic crowd at the Initiative for Rural Innovation and Stewardship (IRIS) community success summit in Pateros. It was the perfect audience: everyone present was committed to preserving what is best about their towns…
It's under a minute and explains why I need the funds--primarily for music licenses, audio editing, and film festival entry fees!
Got to spend a delightful 15 minutes with Don Ashford, the voice of the Methow, about "Twisp: The Movie." Here's the 5-minute edited version. Thank you, Don!
In this video, guest instructor Bruce Walker tells the world just how remarkable Pipestone Music instructor Pam Hunt really is and why we're so lucky to have her.
In recent weeks I've been blown away by the quality and diversity of educational offerings in the Valley. From Classroom in Bloom to "the lunch ladies" to Careers in Construction to the superintendent, our kids are supported by a team that is dedicated to their success--whatever that might look like for…
In this video, Hank Konrad, owner of the iconic Hank's Harvest Foods, tells a sweet, short story about one of the MANY ways he helped Valley residents weather the Carlton Complex Fire, the largest wildfire in Washington history.