Methow Restoration Council

Living With the Methow River

Monthly Activities and Learning Opportunities

June 2019

JuneFrom the Calendar: "Dragonflies lay their eggs in water, and their nymphs live underwater for several years after hatching. Dragonflies are considered an indicator species, meaning that changes in their numbers can be an early indicator of changes in water quality."

The 2019 calendar features more great block print art by local kids with help from the Methow Arts Alliance and layout by Tara Gregg. Pick up your 2018 calendar at the Riverbank in Twisp, the Twisp Community Center, the Twisp Library, or the Winthrop Library, or click here to view the calendar as a PDF.


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2019 Calendar


This year’s MRC calendar connects to ADVENTURES, ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION tailored to each month. If you haven't gotten your calendar yet, you can download an electronic version here.

Come back each month and find interactive activities, print outs, and suggested learning opportunities in our community.