Art and community go hand in hand, and you’ll find the two in perfect union at a variety of regional festivals. Throughout the year, the Spokane region brings together phenomenal local and world-class touring talent to share, teach and inspire. Some of the biggest festivals include Art on the Green, MusicFest, Get Lit!, the Spokane International Film Festival and Terrain. Regionally, the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, just 90 minutes from Spokane, heats up mid-winter with national jazz greats gracing the stage at the University of Idaho in Moscow.
BODIES HUMAN is a unique and fascinating display of real human specimens. It gives us an up-close look inside our skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and circulatory systems.July 1 - December 31
Return to a world of light with more than 30 new lanterns illuminating Riverfront Park.Sept 16 - Oct 30, 2016
Whether you're traveling by foot, bike or purple gondola, our interactive map will guide you through the majestic beauty of one of Spokane's most iconic features.
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Custer's Annual Spring Antique & Collector's Sale is a vintage sale like no other! This event is the largest indoor Antique & Collectors Sale of its kind in the Inland Northwest with with 200 dealers
Spokane's annual Home & Yard Show features hundreds of displays and demonstrations offering the latest in home and yard related products, services and improvements! This show features innovative
Eastern Washington University’s Get Lit! Programs engages members of the Inland Northwest community in a celebration of the written word by encouraging discussion, at all age levels, of literature in
Custer's annual Christmas Arts & Crafts Show features 300 of the finest artists and crafters from across the United States covering 78,000 square feet of exhibit space. This is the largest show of
Custer's annual Spring Arts & Crafts Show features 300 professional artists and crafters from across the United States covering 78,000 square feet of exhibit space, making this the largest show of