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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Express Yourself: A Call To Action Through Art (Virtual Show)

Today, July 1, Terrain kicks off 'Express Yourself: A Call to Action Through Art,' a monthlong project to provide space for black artists to express themselves in its Cracker Building gallery. Each day of July, a local black artist will get 12 to 24 hours in the Terrain gallery to make and interpret art. Live glimpses of their work will be broadcast daily from 7-8pm on Terrain's Facebook and Instagram channels. Over the month viewers will watch the gallery slowly fill with a mural of visual and literary art across all the walls, punctuated by dance, music, and other expressions. At the end of the month, on July 31, multiple artists will come together for a culminating show.

Carl Richardson, local artist, art instructor, and Terrain board member will kick off the event by creating a visual piece for the gallery tonight. Visit

Lyle Morse performs at Barrister Winery tonight

Wednesday at the Winery Summer Concert Series continues at Barrister Winery, Tonight, July 1, Lyle Morse performs from 6-9pm. Reservations are required, call 509-465-3591. Indoor and outdoor seating available. The winery will be open for concert seating by 5pm. Wine service will be provided at the tables, only 5 guests per table.

For more information, visit

The MAC's Summer Camps at Home

The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture will be offering summer camps in July and August and include include one-day and week-long camps for grades 2-5. Camps will be given in a digital format this year. Age-appropriate instructions and materials will be provided for activities your camper can do at home. Each activity will include some exploration of the materials and will result in a finished piece. Museum Virtual Camp-at-Home kits will include links to instructional videos, printed step-by-step instructions and project materials.

The MAC's camps are based on the philosophy that young people benefit from hands-on learning experiences that combine an appreciation for the arts and science with respect for and understanding of the world around them.

To learn more about the Museum's youth camps, and for registration information, visit

Sammy Eubanks at Templins this Thursday

This Thursday, July 2, Sammy Eubanks will kick off his 10th summer at Templins Red Lion Resort in Post Falls. The concert begins at 5pm. For a listing of Sammy's upcoming performances, visit

The First Dog and Cat Adoption Restaurant Opening in Spokane

Josh Wade, owner of Nectar Wine and Beer, Nectar Catering and Events and Nectar Media is opening Bark, A Rescue Pub, at 905 N. Washington St. in the old Broadview Dairy building. Bark is expected to open this summer and is a unique restaurant where guests can interact with dogs and cats either before or after dining or drinks. Visitors will enjoy elevated pub food knowing their dining experience is providing help to a local animal shelter.

Bark's mission is to be an extension of the adoption process at the Spokane Humane Society. The shelter dogs and cats will have their own team of caretakers separate from restaurant staff. They will live in their own area separate but accessible from the restaurant. This will give guests an interactive experience to meet, fall in love with and maybe adopt a new pet.

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Nectar Catering offering July 4 BBQ Rib Dinner

If you don't want to cook or grill this Independence Day, Nectar Catering is offering a BBQ Rib dinner. The dinner includes: watermelon, tomato and feta salad with lemon mint vinaigrette, dry rubbed ribs, mac and cheese; and Elote - Mexican street corn (corn with mayonnaise, cotija cheese, chili powder and lime).

Cost is $9.95 per person. Buy online and select either pick up or delivery for Friday, July 3. To order, Click Here.

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