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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New to Hoopfest 2016 is The Alumni Game. The inaugural event involves former Gonzaga University Men's Basketball players competing against each other to tip off the Best Basketball Weekend on Earth. Activities will include a skills challenge, three point contest and slam dunk contest. This event is... 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.
This Broadway block buster is a fun, full-speed-ahead giant with madcap antics, amazing tap numbers, campy jokes, unlikely happy endings and very hummable songs like “De-Lovely,” “I Get a Kick Out Of You” and “Anything Goes,” All aboard an ocean liner bound from N... More
Experience amazing experiments, spelunker games, lip-smacking snacks, hands-on Bible adventures, incredible music, and meet lots of new friends. Cave Quest is for children ages 3-12. Pre-register online.
Over the course of five days, you'll learn from industry experts about everything you need to know to open your own craft distillery. You'll even enjoy two days of hands-on instruction at Tinbender Craft Distillery, in Downtown Spokane!
Give your child the gift of two weeks focused on a complete theatrical experience. Kid's entering 7th-12th grades are welcome. Camp lasts two weeks. This camp concludes with a performance displaying the talents of the campers.
The Emerson-Garfield Farmers' Market is a joint initiative of the Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council and Project Hope Spokane. Featuring 20+ vendors, weekly events and activities, a great atmosphere and plenty of parking, it has an emphasis on community and affordability.
These free concerts will feature the very best local and regional acts performing just off the Centennial Trail. June 17: Cherry Poppin' Daddies June 18: The Stepbrothers June 24: Spare Parts June 25: Sarah Brown Band July 1: Sammy Eubanks July 2: Mojo Box July 4: 4th of July Fireworks Show July 8:... More
A day of fun and fellowship for men and boys. The tournament benefits an effort by local churches to develop practical life skills for men from a biblical perspective.
June 17: Brad Keeler Trio June 24; Blue Water Strangers July 1: Paul Grove July 8: Wyatt Wood July 15: Danial Hall July 22: Kevin Scheibel July 29: Just Plane Darin August 5: Wyatt Wood August 12: Laddie Ray Melvin August 19: Michael and Keleren
Peter and the Starcatcher is the humorous and fantastical backstory of the beloved character Peter Pan and his arch-nemesis Captain Hook. Based off the book written by humorist Dave Barry and novelist Ridley Pearce, it was adapted for the stage by Rick Elice (co-writer, Jersey Boys). In this 5-tim... More
The mountain will be open every day from 11 am-5 pm! Explore all Schweitzer has to offer... scenic chairlift rides, zip line, climbing wall, air trampoline, sluice box, downhill mountain biking, dining and shopping, and horseback riding.
Politics, religion and romance mingle when a British Soldier is captured by the IRA and hidden in an Irish brothel in hopes of a prisoner exchange. Escape into this bawdy tragic romp filled with the poignant personal passions of colorful characters set to the music of the Emerald Isle.
The Washington State University Viticulture and Enology program, WSU Tri-Cities and the Auction of Washington Wines are partnering for the Wine and Jazz Weekend. This event will offer live music from saxophonist Jeff Kashiwa, wine tasting, and the opportunity for attendees to help the Washington win... More
A three-month challenge to hike or run 50 miles in the three sections of the Dishman Hills, Iller Creek, Stevens Creek, and Glenrose. This challenge is in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Dishman Hills Conservancy. Challenge begins May 15, 2016 and ends August 20, 2016
In this engaging exhibition, birds, horses, sheep, cows, bears, and more serve as the subjects of works of art from the 17th century through the late 20th century. Perennially popular as an artistic theme, animals have been depicted in works of art since pre-historic times. This exhibition exa... More
Great performances from great entertainers.
Larry Bergman has been a serious artist for over 50 years. Striving to perfect his skills and create even while serving in the U.S. Navy or gainfully self-employed. His retirement in 2012 allowed the time be totally devoted to his art. Larry’s complex pen and ink drawings incorporate geometric... More
The 70+ artists and artisans of River Ridge Association of Fine Arts display their works at the following locations in Spokane: Maggie's and Forza on the South Hill, Park Place in Spokane Valley, United Way Downtown, and Little Garden Cafe and Garland Sandwich Shoppe in North Spokane.
Unchartered Territory by Mariah Boyle is a series of large-scale, mixed media drawings on paper, loosely based in NW landscape, ecology and transitions across new terrain. Silver Linings by Jo K. Quetsch is mixed media paintings of optimism and decisions toward good and bad new paths- looking for a ... More
"Past and Present", with works from Viza Arlington, Liz Bishop, Barry Blackerby, Susan Bradley, Colleen Clark-Loomer, Roger DuBois, Mackenzie Hawley, G.L. Haworth, Jenifer LeMontagne, Dina Natale, Tresia Oosting, Judy Patterson, Tom Quinn, Dick Schindler, Rick Singer, Ken Spiering, Elsie S... More
St. John’s Cathedral is one of the few examples in the United States of classic Gothic architecture. It began in 1925, and is the fulfillment of the dream of the Right Reverend Edward Makin Cross, third Bishop of Spokane. The Cathedral organ, designed, built and installed by the Aeolian-Ski... More
Kids 6-17 years old are invited to have fun, be active, and learn to play tennis. USTA-trained instructors use age-appropriate equipment and games to get kids moving, having fun, and learning tennis. Summer Camps provide a rotation of activities focused on tennis, movement, and off-court games. Addi... More
Kids 6-17 years old are invited to have fun, be active, and learn to play tennis with friends! USTA-trained instructors use age-appropriate equipment and games to get kids moving, having fun, and learning tennis. Summer Camps provide a rotation of activities focused on tennis, movement, and off-cour... More
The Bridge, an east-west travelling art exhibition will showcase the work of 47 premier contemporary visual artists from 15 countries. The Bridge is an unparalleled gathering of Arab, Jewish and Persian artists focusing on what they hold in common through their cultures and creeds: Christian, Muslim... More