Sports fans, art lovers, foodies, wine enthusiasts, hikers and more flock to the Spokane region for phenomenal experiences and events. Take a look at the calendar to find out what’s coming up next!
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Tennessee Williams’ sultry story of passion revolves around faded Southern belle Blanche DuBois’ visit to her sister in a seedy section of New Orleans. On the fringes of sanity, Blanche is trying to forget her checkered past and start life anew.
In Together Again At Last…For The Very First Time, Cleese and Idle will blend scripted and improvised bits with storytelling, musical numbers, exclusive footage and aquatic juggling to create a unique comedic experience with every performance. No two shows will be quite the same, thus ens... More
Get ready for a month of screams as the theme park you thought you knew just became the nightmare you'll never forget. As seen on Travel Channel's "Halloween's Scariest Thrills," Scarywood is full of haunted attractions and roaming monsters. Experience 5 haunted attractions, 7 scare zones ... More
Civic is dripping with antici…pation to bring this cult classic to its stage. For adult audiences. No 11 pm shows on October 14 and 15.
This unique festival is a celebration of light and culture and this year's festival is bigger and better, with all new displays. Riverfront Park will host over 30 illuminated displays created in traditional Chinese custom. Larger-than-life displays will wow guests with their beauty. The Festival wi... More
Join the Blue Door Players on the first and last Friday of the month for improvised story telling like no other. This show will contain adult language and situations - not recommended for those under 16 years old.
River Ridge Association of Fine Arts Annual Art Show. This all-media show features original works of art including paintings, drawings, fiber arts, sculpture and mixed media — all for sale. Artists' reception, 5 pm, Oct. 7. Second Saturday Art Tour, 5 pm, Oct. 8.
Bodies Human is a unique and fascinating display of real human specimens. It includes six whole bodies, individual organs, and transparent body slices that have been preserved through plastination, a technique that replaces bodily fluids with reactive plastics. The exhibit gives you an up-close and ... More
This haunted path features several haunted vignettes. You never know what you will encounter on the trail, so do not stray. The forest is inhabited with zombies, ghosts and ghouls, and all sorts of creatures of the night.
Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment showcases beloved characters from Disney Pixar’s Cars, The Little Mermaid, Disney Pixar’s Toy Story 3, along with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck & Goofy. Joining these cherished characters are the stars of Disney’s Frozen, i... More
Luminary Initiative Project presents Girl, Awake!, an original production written by Brook Bassett. Six girls take on a world of issues in this theatrical production supporting The Malala Fund. Strong youthful voices speak out for girls around the world by addressing topics such as child marriage... More
The Haunted House is appropriate for ages 7 and up.
Explore the imaginative flora and fauna of Kim’s latest work. Her drawings are evolving, expanding to multimedia pieces. Wonderment and joy are expressed in vivid color and whimsical subject matter. Visit the Gallery and Gift Store to enjoy the more than 30 artists and artisan crafters. Open u... More
Featuring music from The Moondoggies, The Hoot Hoots, and Evening Bell. Prizes for best costume, plus door prizes and a raffle.
Leslie Barlow will present her artwork completed during a month-long residency at Whitworth. A reception will be held Tuesday, Oct. 25, 5-6 pm, followed by a lecture.
Lost Egypt is a nationally touring exhibit that reveals how archaeologists use modern science and technology to uncover and understand the ancient civilization of Egypt. This interactive exhibit features a real human mummy and animal mummies, along with art and artifacts from the daily life and fune... More
See 64 new works by two well-known regional artists, Michael Horswill and Allie Kurtz Vogt. The opening reception and ArtWalk will be held Friday, October 14 from 5-8 pm. Meet the featured artists and enjoy a lively evening of fine art, fine dining and good friends in downtown Coeur d’Alene. ... More
October: 1: Tri-City Americans 7: Lethbridge Hurricanes 8: Victoria Royals 14: Everett Silvertips 15: Portland Winterhawks 18: Everett Silvertips November: 4: Red Deer Rebels 5: Tri-City Americans 12: Everett Silvertips 15: Seattle Thunderbirds 18: Calgary Hitmen 19: Kamlo... More
Meet the ghosts of Browne's Addition on a walking tour of the neighborhood. Hear the stories about the spirits of the past rising from eternal sleep to haunt...or caress the souls of the living. Meet at Browne's Tavern. Cider will be served from 6:30-7:00 pm. The tour begins at 7:00 pm. Wear sturdy ... More
Steve-O's career started with producing homemade videos of dangerous stunts mixed with comical behavior. He graduated from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1997, and had a career as a circus clown before achieving fame on Jackass and Wildboyz. Since then, he has become a New Y... More
With the recent explosion of public art painting by talented local artists, the Spokane Art School is presenting an exhibit documenting how these larger than life images are conceived and executed. This show is an inside look at how moving art into public spaces removes the hurtles to everybody's en... More
This is photographic exhibition of 35 images of the god Tláloc who is considered the god of rain, lord of rivers and springs, and creator of clouds, lightning and thunder. The exhibition is on loan from EWU’s partner Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico. The photographs of this exhib... More
It’s been 67 years since ski-film pioneer Warren Miller first picked up a camera to capture the wonder, adventure, humor, and beauty that is skiing. Since that time, Warren Miller film crews have traveled the globe—from storied slopes to hidden, snow-covered corners—to celebrate al... More
Exhibition of US and African artists engaging with the history, culture, and contemporary reality of South Africa on five themes: Remembrance, Resistance, Reconciliation, Representation, and Re-visioning. Opening reception on Tuesday, September 13, 5 pm, in the Lied Art Building.