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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Kids Day in Downtown Spokane is this Saturday

The 1st Annual Kids Day in Downtown Spokane, in partnership with the Spokane Public Library and Riverfront Park, is this Saturday, December 13 starting a 3 pm, celebrating the kid in all of us. Downtown Spokane embraces all things 'Seuss' this holiday season with this new, free, event for the young and young at heart. Participants are invited to don their best 'Who' attire and enjoy crafts and activities at the Downtown Library.

Bring your gloves and mittens, because at 4pm they're stepping off the 'Who Parade' through Riverfront Park at the corner of Spokane Falls and Post Street. Enjoy the sounds of Christmas as the parade is sound tracked by KISS FM. Then there'll be costumes and prizes for the best individual, large group, small group and 'Who-rrific' costumes.

Wrap up an afternoon of fun by singing along to holiday songs and Seusstastic performances at the Rotary Fountain. Performances by the talented students from Lewis and Clark High School, who will be earning their way to the Thespian Festival in Lincoln Nebraska next June. Enjoy some complimentary hot cocoa to warm you up from the inside.

Families are invited to spend the whole afternoon or just come for their favorite event. While downtown, families are also invited to enjoy fabulous shopping and dining, to experience STCU Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, or explore Winter Glow Spectacular in Riverfront Park.

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Spokane British Brass Band's Christmas concert

The Spokane British Brass Band heralds the holiday season with a concert entitled 'The Ghost of British Brass Past'. The name is in reference to celebrating their 20th season by playing favorite pieces from the past. The concert is Sunday, December 14, at the SFCC Music Building Auditorium (Bldg. #15) at 3:00 in the afternoon. Tickets are $10 for Adults (available only at the door) and all children and students are free.

Special encore performance of 'All is Calm' at the Bing

Friends of the Bing and The Modern Theater CDA are presenting an encore performance of 'All Is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914' at the Bing, Christmas Eve, at 6:30 pm. This will mark the 100th anniversary, of this historic display of peace during WWI. In 1914, at the Western front, out of the violence on Christmas Eve comes a silence, then a song. A German soldier steps into No Man's Land singing 'Stille Nacht.' Thus began an extraordinary night of camaraderie, music, and peace. 'All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914' tells this remarkable story in the words and songs of the men who lived it. Spend Christmas Eve at the Bing and see this celebration of the mysterious respite from the horrors of WWI when one small group of soldiers, for one night, truly believed in Peace on Earth.

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $15-25. Ticketswest has your seats.

'The First Christmas' at Spokane's First Church of the Nazarene

Spokane's First Church of the Nazarene, well known for excellence in music, presents their 2014 Christmas program, 'The First Christmas', this Friday, December 12 at 6 pm and Saturday, December 13 at 7. A forty-voice choir will perform several new as well as traditional pieces. A children's choir will also perform, with the evening accented by drama vignettes. There will be two performances. There is no admission charge, but you should contact the church office to hold tickets for seating/availability purposes. Location is N. 9004 Country Homes Boulevard, contact information for the church office is 509-467-8986.

Michael W. Smith at the INB Dec. 18

With 44 GMA Dove Awards, three GRAMMYs and more than 15 million in sales to his credit, Michael W. Smith has created an unparalleled musical legacy. Michael's Christmas Spectacular has become a treasured holiday tradition. Come enjoy it at the INB Performing Arts Center, Thursday, December 18 at 7 pm.

Contact Ticketswest at or 800-325-SEAT.

Christmas at the MAC's Campbell House

Campbell House at the MAC comes alive this holiday season with living history demonstrations, festive decorations and music box tunes. It's open Wednesdays through Sundays, December 20 through January 4.

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'Church Basement Ladies: A Second Helping' starts Friday

Modern Theatre Spokane (formerly Interplayers) opens this Friday, December 12 and runs through January 4. Catch the Northwest premiere of an all new musical comedy packed with heartwarming humor, contagious songs, and hilarious antics! A Second Helping takes you from the Luther League Banquet to a church sponsored Missionary night. A laugh filled treat for the whole family!

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Holiday Pops Celebration with the Spokane Symphony and Abbey Crawford

A magical, musical world featuring holiday favorites, an audience sing-along, and a visit from Santa. Saturday, December 20 at 8 pm and Sunday, December 21 at 2 pm.

Resident Conductor Morihiko Nakahara and the Spokane Symphony along with vocalist Abbey Crawford, the Spokane Symphony Corale, Spokane Area Youth Choirs will treat you to all the traditions of the Holiday Pops, a heart-warming selection of festive music (old and new), the popular audience Sing-Along, and a visit from Santa. Family pricing is available for both shows so parents and grandparents can share this delightful event with their children.

Enjoy classics like 'Carol of the Bells', 'Twas the Night Before Christmas', 'Sleigh Ride', 'God Bless Us Everyone' from 'A Christmas Carol', and many more.

Ticket prices are $28, $43, $50 and $62 and are available at the Box Office off the Fox, calling 509-624-1200, or through TicketsWest at or 800-325-SEAT.

Enjoy the films of Bing Crosby this Saturday at the Bing

If you're a Bing Crosby fan, or if you just want to get in the holiday spirit, the Bing Crosby theater is the place to be this Saturday, December 13 for a film festival of holiday classics starring Bing Crosby. Films include 'White Christmas', 'Anything Goes', 'Holiday Inn', and a live performance of songs by Bing's nephew, Howard Crosby.

Tickets are $8 at the door. Children age 12 and under are free. Film schedule and more information available at

The Singing Nuns tonight and tomorrow night at the Bing

This Wednesday and Thursday, December 10 & 11, The Singing Nuns will perform at the Bing Crosby Theater. The Singing Nuns are traditional Catholic Sisters, members of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. This special concert, King of Kings, will have performances at 2pm and 7:30 pm both days. Tickets are $20 for adults, students and seniors are $16 and are available through Ticketswest at or 800-325-SEAT.

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