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Special Edition - Friday, April 22, 2016

Isaac Foundation Tribute Festival tomorrow night at the Knitting Factory

Join the ISAAC Foundation for an evening of great entertainment and tribute to all the individuals and families touched by Autism in our area. The 6th Annual Tribute for Isaac Concert is tomorrow, Saturday April 23 at the Knitting Factory. Doors open at 6pm, concert beings at 7. Great entertainment provided by Elijah (15-year old local boy touched by autism) and the Tufnels, Karrie O'Neill and Sammy Eubanks. Bid on great autographed guitars signed by music greats like John Hiatt, Alan Stone, Primus, Alice in Chains and many more. 100% of the proceeds go to help local families in need. Families with a loved one touched by autism can request four complimentary music festival tickets by texting the ISAAC Foundation at 509-325-1515.

For tickets and concert information, visit sp.knittingfactory.com

For more information on the Isaac Foundation, visit www.theisaacfoundation.org.

Don't miss the Kose Team Challenge Cup this weekend

If you're a figure skating fan, you'll want to attend this weekend's KOSE Team Challenge Cup at the Spokane Arena today through Sunday, April 24. This event brings 42 of the world's best skaters, competing for global pride. Olympic Champion Kristi Yamaguchi will captain Team North America.

Tickets available at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.




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