Wednesday, August 31, 2011
African Children's Choir Free Concert
Sunday, September 4th at 10:45am, as part of an international tour, the African Children's Choir will present a free 45 minute concert, in conjunction with the regular Sunday service to follow, at First Church of the Nazarene, N. 9004 Country Homes Boulevard.
97th Annual Spokane Tribal Pow Wow in Wellpinit
The Spokane Tribe's annual Pow Wow held on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, Washington is scheduled to begin on Thursday, September 1, and run through Monday, September 5. With the cancellation of the Riverfront Park Pow Wow held in downtown Spokane, sponsored by the area Tribes including the Spokane Tribe, has led to some confusion regarding the Pow Wow held in Wellpinit. The 'Wellpinit Pow Wow' also known as the 'Spokane Tribal Pow Wow' will be held in Wellpinit on the Spokane Indian Reservation beginning September 1.
The Pow Wow will kick off with the coronation of the Spokane Tribal Royalty and children's Pow Wow at 7:00pm on Thursday, September 1st. Traditional dancing, singing and drumming will continue at the Wellpinit Fairgrounds through Monday, September 5th. Other activities will include food vendors, arts/crafts vendors, traditional tribal stick games and a live auction. The Spokane Tribe's Annual Indian Art Auction will begin at 4pm on Saturday, September 3rd.
The tribal event is free of charge and open to the public.
Pig Out in the Park is bigger than ever this year
Pig Out is by far Spokane's biggest entertainment event of the year...and it's bigger than ever before...82 bands, 54 food vendors, 250 menu items. Go to spokanepigout.com for more information.
First Friday at the Roberts Mansion
Celebrate First Friday, September 2 at the Roberts Mansion 1923 West First in Browne's Addition, featuring artist Agnes Monique Carran. It's 5 to 8pm and includes Hors d'oeuvres and tours of this elegant home. Go to robertsmansion.com for more information.
Enjoy Art! On Broadway
Art! On Broadway will have its premier show Saturday, September 10 from 10am to 5pm. This outside art show will be at the Shear Illusions Salon, corner of Argonne and Broadway in the Spokane Valley. Local artists will be displaying their work, including Debbie McCulley, Darcy Drury, Amy Galbavy among others. Bert McCollum will display BoHo Chic-hand tie dyed fashion, Michele Mokray will display wearable art. Tuscan Sun Pizza will have great pizza and there will be permanent cosmetic specials, chair massages and more. Visit www.artonbroadwayspokane.blogspot.com for more information.
Explosions in the Sky at the Bing
See one of Austin's hottest indie bands Live at the Bing. Explosions in the Sky is an American instrumental post-rock band from Texas, playing Thursday, September 8 at 8pm at the Bing Crosby Theatre. Ticketswest has your seat at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.
Enjoy the Spokane Symphony this Labor Day Weekend
This weekend, the Spokane Symphony will have two outdoor concerts. The first is the 'Friends of Pavillion Park Concert in Liberty Lake' this Saturday, September 3, from 6 to 7:30pm. The second is the 'Labor Day Concert at Comstock Park', Monday, September 5 from 6 to 7:30pm on Spokane's South Hill. So bring a picnic, blankets, chairs and enjoy beautiful music courtesy of the Spokane Symphony. These concerts are great fun for the whole family. For more information, visit spokanesymphony.org.
Don't miss 'The Miracle Worker' and help Lilac Services for the Blind
Director Patty Duke and the Spokane Interplayers Professional Theatre are hosting a fund-raising event for Lilac Services for the Blind. $4 from every ticket ($24) sold for the Thursday, September 1st show will go to Lilac Services for the Blind. To purchase tickets please call the box office at 509-455-7529 or TicketsWest at 800-325-7328. The show begins at 7:30 pm, and the theater is located at 174 S. Howard St. in downtown Spokane.
Spokane Symphony opens the season with great classics!
Opening weekend for the Classics Concert series is Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18 at the Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox. Enjoy works from Greig, Berloiz, and Enesco. Eckart Preu will be conducting, with guest pianist Jon Kimura. Saturday's concert is 8 to 10pm; and Sunday's performance is from 3 to 5pm. Go to www.spokanesymphony.org for more information.
The Inlander releases its biggest Annual Manual
On August 29, The Inlander released the eighth edition of its Annual Manual magazine. Despite challenging economic times, this is the largest publication ever produced by Inland Publications. With 244 pages dedicated to food, shopping, nightlife, recreation, arts and family, it's the Insider's Guide to the Inland Northwest. Like The Inlander, this glossy magazine is free, and distributed at the more than 1,000 locations in The Inlander's distribution network.
The Inlander's Annual Manual is a critical resource for those committed to shopping local. All the stories, and the 150+ store listings in the shopping section, feature locally owned stores. The expansive food section offers the most comprehensive restaurant guide available in the Inland Northwest, with more than 350 local restaurants, as well as specialty food stores and 27 wineries. The nightlife, family and recreation sections also showcase local resources, people and places from stellar campsites to ideas on how to volunteer as a family.
The Annual Manual is produced by Inland Publications. Inland Publishing is locally owned and produces The Inlander weekly newspaper, InHealthNW magazine, the Bloomsday Results Book and an assortment of other local publications.
See the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens before the end of September
The historic Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens enters its final month for the season. The Gardens will be open Saturdays and Sundays in September from 10 am to 4:30 pm; closed Monday through Friday.
Located in Edwidge Woldson Park at 507 West Seventh Avenue, the Gardens are owned and operated by the City of Spokane Parks & Recreation Department. Re-discovered in 1998, the Gardens were restored in 2007 to the time they flourished between 1911 and 1914. Take this opportunity to enjoy the spectacular view of Spokane and the northern mountain ranges from the Gardens unique hillside setting. Whether it is your first visit or it is time to visit again, you'll enjoy seeing the heritage plants maturing and the fall asters and sedum in bloom.
Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens, west of Corbin Art Center, and the D.C. Corbin House (Corbin Art Center) are listed on the local, state, and national historic registers and are situated in the Marycliff/Cliff Park National Register Historic District. For additional information please call the Corbin Art Center at 509-625-6677.
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