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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Laugh for the Cure October 3

Breast cancer is no laughing matter, but on one night we will...Laugh for the fun. Laugh for the cause. Laugh for the Cure.

Join Susan G. Komen Eastern Washington Affiliate, on Thursday, October 3rd, for the 2nd Annual 'Laugh for the Cure' at the Lincoln Center. The cost is $75 which includes dinner and the show. Make it a date night, girl's night out, or treat a co-worker to a relaxing and fun evening. It will be a night of laughter featuring comedian Shaun Jones. Shaun will be joined by Drew Barth. Ed Clark is the emcee.

Register online at and come ready to laugh!

First Friday - Spokane Visual Arts Tour

This weekend, Friday, October 4 through Sunday, October 6 is the Spokane Visual Arts Tour. Lots of galleries, shops, restaurants will feature artists and music.

The Arbor Crest tasting room in RiverPark Square will feature works from photographer Linda Lowry, who has been photographing European countries for the past 20 years. The photo above is of Bellagio on Lake Como in Italy. Linda's photos will be shown through the end of the month.

Market Place Winery at 39 W Pacific will display works by Emily Travis, a 21 year old local artist born and raised in Spokane. Her specialty is acrylic painting on canvas. She creates an array of artwork from wine bottles and vineyards to abstract landscapes and handmade signs.

The Tinman Gallery at 811 W Garland will show works from Harold Balazs and Mel McCuddin, who are creating new work specifically for the Spokane Art School. Proceeds will benefit operations at the Spokane Art School.

Check out for details.

Gina Freuen debuts at Trackside Gallery this First Friday

Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery, 115 South Adams Street, will be featuring the ceramic sculpture and functional ceramics of studio artists, Chris Kelsey and Mark Moore, along with exhibiting partner, Gina Freuen. Trackside is located next door to the Kolva Sullivan Gallery featuring the ceramic work of the Archie Bray residents during the month of October. Both exhibit run through October 31 and should not be missed by ceramic patrons throughout the Spokane region.

An amazing evening of music with a few of Lake City Playhouse's most talented friends

Saturday, October 12, at 7:30 pm, Lake City Play House at 1320 Garden in Coeur d'Alene presents a musical revue of Abbey Crawford and Friends, featuring the talents of Abbey Crawford, Andrew Ware Lewis, Emily Cleveland, Phoebe Oosterhuis, Lance Babbitt, Steve Porter, Parker Albin, Kashana Cox, and more.

For tickets and information go to

Get fired up for the EWU game at The Red Zone this Saturday

The EWU Alumni Association and the Eagle Athletic Association have teamed up to bring you a free, family-friendly pregame celebration. Join them this week for: Free barbecue hotdogs provided by Washington Trust Bank, Live 700 ESPN Radio Show broadcast with Keith Osso, MillerCoors provided by the Odom Corporation, Eagle tattoos, prizes, games and giveaways, Visits by Swoop, Cheerleaders and the EWU Marching Band.

EWU kicks off against Weber St. at 4pm this Saturday, October 5 at 1pm.

You'll find the fun in Lot P12, behind Roos Field. Just follow the signs to the best tailgate on the lot.

Good seats still available for Bon Jovi Sunday at the Arena

Legendary rocker Jon Bon Jovi plays at the Spokane Arena this Sunday night, October 6 at 7:30.

Contact Ticketswest at or 800-325-SEAT.

Best of the City is Saturday night at the INB

Celebrate the Best of the City at the party of the year this Saturday, October 5 starting at 6pm at the INB, with Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living Magazine.

Go to for tickets and details.

It's time for some rhyme

This Saturday, October 5, 7pm at the Bing, it's the 2013 Individual World Poetry Slam Finals. It's going to be neat, Ticketswest has your seat.

Travel back in time to 1545

The Spokane Renaissance Fair takes you back like in the year 1545 this Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6from 10 to 5 each day. Archery, dancing, sword fighting & jousting. It's at the Cowgirl Co-op on the backside of Green Bluff. Go to for tickets, information and directions.

Brighton Beach Memoirs at Interplayers

Interplayers Theatre is in its 33rd season and 'Brighton Beach Memoirs,' by Neil Simon, with performances through October 12. This delightful play is directed by Michael Weaver. The one-liners fly in one of the Neil Simon's greatest Tony winning plays. In turns hilarious and moving, this coming-of-age comedy focuses on teenager Eugene Jerome, as he encounters puberty, the search for identity and the vital importance of family in Depression era Brooklyn.

For Showtimes and tickets, call the Box Office at 509-455-7529, visit or Interplayers is located at 174 S. Howard Street in downtown Spokane.

Chamber Soiree Tonight at the Spokane Club

Tonight, Wednesday, October 2 at 7:30 pm at the Spokane Club, the popular Spokane Symphony Chamber Soirees feature diverse ensembles from outstanding musicians of the orchestra. Seated close to the musicians in the Spokane Club's Georgian Room, concertgoers enjoy a deeper connection with the music in this intimate setting.

For tickets and information, call the Box Office at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox at 509-624-1200. Tickets are also available at The Spokane Club one hour before the concert, and at all TicketsWest outlets.

Custer's Antique & Collectors Sale this weekend

Custer's 38th Annual Fall Antique & Collectors Sale is this weekend, Friday, October 4 through Sunday, October 6, at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center. This year's sale features over 150 dealers and thousands of vintage treasures in all price ranges.

Weekend hours are Friday, 4-9pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday, 10am-4pm. Tickets are $6 for adults, good all weekend, Kids 12 and under, free. Free parking too. For more information, visit

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