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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

The Campfire Igloo Experience at Bark, A Rescue Pub



Enjoy a fun and unique dining experience in the Bark, A Rescue Pub Campfire Igloos. The Campfire Igloo Experience includes a $50 restaurant credit, your choice of their popular Bark Boards, a $5 donation to the Spokane Humane Society and access to the Adoption Center (Thursday-Sunday 11am-7pm). Your reservation is a pre-paid experience for up to 5 guests. The $50 credit will be deducted from your final bill, and remember to tip your server. Your Igloo will be serviced by a dedicated server. The team at Bark has created cocktails and hot cocoa only available for Igloo dining. Your furry friends are welcome to join you and will enjoy a complimentary dog treat.

Igloos are heated and all ages are welcome. Reservations are 90 minutes. Igloos are sanitized between use and blankets are provided or you can bring your own blanket. The Igloos are heated, but dress warmly.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit barkrescuepub.com.


Holiday events continue at the MAC



The campus and historic Campbell House will be festively lit and the museum will provide some arts and culture-style activities, all outdoors, including a chance to view a vintage Crescent Department Store window display and enjoy a scavenger hunt, and more. The museum store will also be open for holiday shopping. Masks are required.

Registration is required at northwestmuseum.org. The activities are free with a suggested donation of $5. The holiday celebration continues this Saturday, December 26 from 4-6pm.


Winter Market at Riverfront Park continues



Shop local at Riverfront Park's Winter Farmers Market, located at the Pavilion Central Plaza. Market operations will follow Spokane Regional Health District Farmers Market COVID safety protocols. The market is open on today, December 23 from 3-7pm. It will also be open Wednesdays, December 30 and Wednesdays all through January.

For more information, visit my.spokanecity.org/riverfrontspokane.


More from the MAC: Virtual Camps December 29-31

The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture is offering special one-day camps during winter break. These camps provide fun and inventive activities that kids can enjoy from home and is intended to engage kids for several hours. These camps are for children in grades 2-5. Camp-at-home kits include instructions easily followed by kids plus all the materials they'll need.

The Camps are:
Get Messy Camp - Get messy with hands-on art making fun.
Make it POP! Camp - Make color-blocked prints, masterworks of collage, and exciting comic tales inspired by Pop Art.
Music Finds a Way Camp - Create your own symphony orchestra with instruments you make yourself.

Each registration includes a kit for one camper. For cost and registration information, visit northwestmuseum.org.


Ring in the New Year with a delicious meal from Beacon Hill Catering



Beacon Hill Catering is offering a special meal for New Year's Eve. The cost is $100 and feeds 4-6 people. The Menu includes Artisan Cheese and Charcuterie Grazing Box, a dozen Classic Crab Cakes with Remoulade Sauce, a dozen chilled Pork Tenderloin Medallions, Mediterranean Plate, and Brownie Truffle Bites. Other add-ons are available for additional cost.

For more details and to place an order, Visit beaconhillathome.square.site.


Custer's Christmas Arts & Crafts Virtual Show ending soon



There are still a few days left for last minute shopping at Custer's Arts & Crafts Virtual Show, going on now through December 25. Visit custershows.com/virtual-show.php to see the participating artisans and how to shop their creations.




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