This gallery contains 8 photos.
Any Ohme Gardens staff member can tell you about the constant outpour of heart-warming stories visitors are telling us about their experiences in the Gardens, both recent and long ago. Mothers and daughters re-visiting with grandchildren, couples visiting on their anniversaries, couples getting … Continue reading
Woohoo! If it was possible to high-five you right now, I would…
Our wonderful friends at 9th Street Yoga have decided to continue offering a 6pm yoga class on Wednesday evenings through the month of September! Keep getting your bliss on, even as the days become shorter.
Yes friends, summer may be coming to a close, but just think of those beautiful autumn colors heading our way! Dress in layers and bring a friend, as the number of yoga classes are limited for this season at Ohme Gardens.
As usual, to attend class, please bring $10 in cash or check to the Ohme Gardens ticket office before class. Wednesday, August 29th will be the last evening for the 7pm yoga class. Wednesday, September 26th, will be the last evening for the 6pm class.
If you would like to continue practicing with the 9th Street Yoga team, make sure to check out their studio schedule! Their home base is in the East Wenatchee Gold’s Gym, on your way up Ninth Street.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
A perfect combo to wrap up our Summer Concert series and to celebrate our beloved summer has been found! It’s time to kick back, relax, and listen to the Kevin Jones Band (who are all about “Fun, not work!”) and Brian Ohme of SumGuy (“Sum basic philosophy: Life is too short to be taken seriously; mistakes lead to the unexpected, and that’s where life really happens. In other words… c’mon, let’s go!”).
The Kevin Jones Band is made up of Greg Hendrickson (5&6 String Basses & Voice), Doyle Wood (Electric and Acoustic Mandolins), Doug Williams (Drums & Percussion), Kevin Jones (Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Strings, & Voice), and Austin Jones (Sound mix and technical). Their music style is Roots Electric/Acoustic Rock with a touch of world tone; Rhythmic and Colorful! “Great originals and wonderfully unusual versions of cover songs. Within a show you’ll hear wonderfully crafted ballads, driving rhythm and blues, electric and acoustic stringed instruments from several countries, and great dancing music. No single show is ever exactly the same. They’ll take you on a slightly different journey every time. Not to worry though, you’ll always end up back where you started, safe and sound.”
SumGuy “wants to be a musician when he grows up, but in the meantime he is content to write songs, play guitar, sing, howl, growl, grovel and laugh, and he invites you to share the experience.” His musical style is “a unique blend of original folk/rock, spoken word, and performance art, tied together in a relaxed, off-the-cuff, dyed-in-the-wool, tounge-in-cheek, over-the-top, up-close-and-personal, no-holds-barred, come-what-may, devil-may-care, nose-to-the-grindstone, head-in-the-clouds, fight-or-flight, can-do, feast-or-famine, bottom-of-the-barrel, sky’s-the-limit, never-say-die kind of way… you know, so to speak.”
Couldn’t (and wouldn’t try to) say it better myself.
So join us this Thursday, August 9th for our FINAL Subaru Summer Concert in the Gardens… and a howlin’ good time! The show starts at 6:30pm.
If you’ve been watching the Olympics this week, you’ve seen some serious talent from all over the world! This week, Ohme Gardens welcomes serious talent from Tri-Cities, returning for another year to perform at our Subaru Summer Concerts in the Gardens… give it up for the OK2Botay Steel Drum Band!
Ok2Botay means “okay to dance”! The band is made up of youths, grades 6 to 12, and has been one of Ohme’s most popular performances the last few years. The junior steel drum band is directed by Ben Legget, who also arranges and writes music for the group.
You can watch them yourself at Ohme Gardens on Thursday, August 2nd at 6:30pm! Our friends from Tastebuds Coffee & Wine will have tasty treats and drinks for sale, and as always – Ohme Gardens passholders get discounted admission. Visit our website for more details!
Only 3 performances left in our Subaru Summer Concerts in the Gardens!! This week, we’ve invited Too Slim and the Taildraggers to rock away the night on Friday, July 27th, only at Ohme Gardens!
Possibly a mixture of Americana, blues, country, fold, funk, rock and a touch of New Orleans? Or over 1000 live performances since a 1997 debut.. being named Washington State’s “Best of the Blues” for the Northwest, or “Female Performer of the Year” by Tacoma Music Awards?
Or maybe… it is the easiest way to describe our next performer at the Subaru Summer Concerts in the Gardens: Junkyard Jane.
Thursday, July 19th, take a seat at Ohme Gardens and have a great time listening to the Swampabilly-ness and enjoying tasty treats or a glass of wine from our friends at Tastebuds Coffee & Wine!
The show begins at 6:30pm, read more details on the Ohme Gardens website by clicking here!
Junkyard Jane members: Leanne Trevalyan (Vocals, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar), Billy Stoops (Vocals, Guitars), Barbra Blue (Bass), Chris Leighton (Drums).
Influences: Little Feat, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Ely, Lucinda Williams, Stephen Bruton, Joan Osborne, Buddy & Julie Miller, The Wood Brothers, John Hiatt, Emmylou Harris
This summer just keeps getting better!
Help us welcome Gideon’s Daughter to the Summer Concert Series stage this Thursday, July 12th at Ohme Gardens!
Formerly known as Lynus and Lucy, the group changed it’s name to Gideon’s Daughter about a year ago. Largely influenced by The Civil Wars and Mumford and Sons, the band is comprised of 3 individuals: Lisa Petit, Brad Petit, Eric Frank (Lisa and Brad are husband and wife).
“I like this place and willingly could waste my time in it.”
(Act II, Scene IV)
Tuesday, July 24th, is the opening night performance for the Wells House Players of Wenatchee, who will once again grace us with their talents and showcase Shakespeare’s As You Like It.
You now have the option to get your bliss on at either 6pm or 7pm, with Ohme Gardens as the ultimate yogic setting.
To drop into a class, just pay $10 (cash or check) at the Ohme Gardens ticket office. Bring your own mat, or just practice on the grass! Questions? Call 509-662-5785 or email us at email@example.com … Namaste!