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Friday, July 15, 2022

NW BachFest Music In Manito July 19 & 20

Northwest BachFest's annual July outdoor concerts, 'Music In Manito' will be held in Manito Park, on Tuesday & Wednesday, July 19 & 20 at 7pm both nights. The 2022-23 BachFest season celebrates Artistic Director Zuill Bailey's 10th year leading Northwest BachFest. This year's concerts feature Isa Najem, oud; Helen Hwaya Kim, violin; and Judy Carmichael Jazz Trio. The concert site opens at 5:30pm for pre-concert picnics in both table and lawn seating areas. The concerts are on the lawn east of Duncan Gardens in Manito Park.

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Live music at Rocket Market this Saturday night

This Saturday, July 16 at 7pm, Sandpoint native RCA (Riley Anderson) performs as part of Rocket Market's free summer concert series. Music starts at 7pm. On Tuesday, July 19, Sky Dornbirer plays blues, rock, soul and R&B classics, starting at 7pm.

Rocket Market is located at 726 E 43rd Ave on the south hill. The website is

Tom Segura coming to First Interstate Center July 20

Actor/Comedian/Writer Tom Segura is coming to the First Interstate Center for the Arts on Wednesday, July 20 at 7pm. Tom is best known for his Netflix specials, Ball Hog (2020), Disgraceful (2018), Mostly Stories (2016), and Completely Normal (2014).

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CRAVE! NW continues tonight and tomorrow at CenterPlace

CRAVE! NW at Spokane Valley, the Inland Northwest's premier food and drink celebration still has two nights left today, July 15 and Saturday July 16 at Spokane Valley CenterPlace. Sponsored by the City of Spokane Valley, CRAVE! NW is the largest culinary event in the Spokane area, dedicated to uplifting the culinary scene in the Northwest. Tonight is 'Foods Around the World' and Saturday is 'Fire & Smoke'. General admission runs from 6-9pm.

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Campbell House Dark History Tour July 21

This extremely popular Campbell House series brings you a unique look at strange details and unconventional stories surrounding Spokane's wealthy mining mogul Amasa Campbell, his wife Grace, and their daughter Helen. This Dark History Tour takes place on Thursday, July 21 from 6-7pm and promises to be a gossip-filled social call to Campbell House exploring historical connections to misfortune, controversy, and persistent rumors. Included with Thursday Night Live Admission, members are free.

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