Sports fans, art lovers, wine enthusiasts, outdoorsman and more flock to the Spokane region for phenomenal events. From Broadway shows and national artists touring the country to the highly acclaimed Farm Chicks and Custer’s Antique and Collectibles shows, the Spokane region serves as the ideal host for special events. Check out our calendar to find out what’s coming up next!
In order to know our future, we must understand our past. That is what the 100 Stories exhibit sets out to accomplish, as it “looks forward as much as it looks back” into the region’s past, present, and future. This exhibit will demonstrate the MAC's role in maintaining, preservin... More
Enjoy wonderful live music every Wednesday night at the Fountain Cafe at Riverfront Park. Enjoy a beverage, snack or ice cream cone while you soak up the ambiance and the music in beautiful surroundings. Check the website for the artist schedule.
A sampling of the 156 Polaroids and black and white photographs by Andy Warhol donated to the Jundt Art Museum by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Third in a series of exhibitions by regional artists, Close-In: Frank Werner features decoys by retired Marine Master Sergeant and sculptor Frank Werner. Werner has exhibited his decoys throughout the United States and spoken about his craft for nearly 40 years. In 2004, he received the Idaho Gover... More
Forget all the frightful things you think you know about dinos and dragons, because the stories we’re going to read today, will make you shake your head and smile! After wards, we’ll make some funny, or maybe even crazy, looking dragons or dinos of our own!
21 black and white prints of Eastern Washington from an ongoing project to capture images of this geographically historic region shaped by the Glacial Lake Missoula Floods, and includes the human element – how we use, and sometimes transform, this great land. by Bill & Kathy Kostelec. Arti... More
Empire Theatre Company LLC. is working in partnership with The Lincoln Center to provide a unique dinner-theatre event for Spokane! Join us for our premiere performance of "Let's Murder Marsha" by Monk Ferris. This hilarious, laugh-packed play tells the story of Marsha Gilmore as she tries... More
Hey Kids! Here is an early reminder from Auntie to be ready for FIND WALDO LOCAL this summer! As he did last year, starting July 1st, Waldo is returning to Spokane and he is hiding out in our local downtown businesses. This is a great event that brings together our downtown community and we want yo... More
Patrick Siler embraces the human condition through an affirming and comical portrayal of commonplace, everyday moments. Often a nostalgic “Main Street,” or a shabby interior sets the stage for Siler’s disparate characters to interact. Siler reflects back to us a humble and occas... More
A display of 18th-century etchings of Rome by architect, engineer, and artist, Piranesi as well as etchings by his contemporaries. Most of the works on display are from the Bolker Collection: Gifts of Norman and Esther Bolker, and the exhibition is dedicated to their memory.
Expo '74 changed the face of the Spokane River shoreline, from train trestles and warehouses to the 100-acre Riverfront Park. This exhibition includes artworks by artists whose work was exhibited in Expo '74, historical photographs from the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture and Northwest Room, an... More
Mobius Kids Children's Museum is a fun, nurturing place for young children and families to learn and grow through hands-on activities in science, culture and the arts. Exhibits include an open-ended , exploratory art center, a small city, a theater for dress-up play and science centers. Frequent spe... More
Welcome to the exciting new 26,000 sq ft Mobius Science Center in downtown Spokane. With 65 astounding, hands-on, interactive science and technology exhibits along with numerous educational programs, it's a lively place that curious minds of all ages will love. Come experience it yourself! In additi... More
The Pages of Harmony Chorus invites men of all ages to join us in song. No music reading skills are necessary and guests are always welcome. Come for the music, stay for the camaraderie.