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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Based on the timeless film, this heartwarming musical adaptation tells the story of veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis who have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont l... More
Patricia Barkley is a snowmaker, in stained glass, and John Blessent is a silversmith and jeweler. Together they brighten the art world with original, stunning pieces. Their work is a must see, all through the month of November, at Pottery Place Plus.
Carrie Scozzaro returns to a familiar theme of gender and social politics with a playful commentary on how gender identity is represented and misrepresented in our culture with "Pink is the New Blue." Dan McCann's "Machine" features found objects and mixed media are designed in b... More
Following another summer of popular concerts at the Cliff House Estate, Arbor Crest Wine Cellars has brought live music indoors for fall with the new "Fireside Music Series". The winery recently transformed their Tasting Room into the Arbor Crest Wine Bar, offering fresh food selections, b... More
The work of John Holmgren explores connections to and experiences of place, landscape, environment, time and memory. He often uses mixed media in his work to suggest the layering of information we compile within our experiences and our memories. The layering in the work is an attempt to bring the vi... More
A free, six-week workshop for those who want to take control of their diabetes. Learn how to deal with symptoms of diabetes, exercise to maintain and improve strength and endurance, eat healthy, properly use medication, and work more effectively with your health care providers. Family members and ca... More
See 27 giant nature-themed sculptures by New York artist Sean Kenney, including an eight-foot-tall hummingbird, a seven-foot-tall rose, and a five-foot-tall butterfly. The sculptures challenge visitors to think about nature, creativity, science and play in new ways. A build-your-own LEGO sculpture c... More
Whitworth University presents a memorial exhibition for professor emeritus Pauline Haas, who passed away this summer. It features Pauline’s paintings and drawings from Whitworth’s Permanent Art Collection and highlights her impact on Whitworth students over the past 50 years.
Recognized as one of the best outdoor skating rinks in the nation. The Ice Palace offers skate rentals, birthday parties, skate and curling lessons, curling leagues, drop in hockey, Therapeutic Recreation lessons, broomball and ice rentals. Special Deals: Thursdays - $2 admission, 7-8:30 pm ... More
The local group screens a film to get audiences thinking, with each month focusing on a new theme. Beer/wine and food for purchase during the show.
Spokane Watercolor Society juried show will hang at The MAC through the end of the year.
Leave the cooking to someone else. Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner buffet.
In this Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Obie Award winner decadence and excess are the life of the party! A steamy prohibition steamrolling production will have you gasping for breath as it roars across the stage. Based on Joseph Moncure March's 1928 narrative poem of the same name, Queenie an... More
This exhibit pays homage to Robert (Bob) Gilmore and his long lineage as a teacher of painting in Spokane for over 40 years. Bob has a passion for painting which he has devoted the majority of his life’s pursuit. He has contributed greatly to the craft and to our region, by teaching this purs... More
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
Great performances from great entertainers.
Enjoy "Vivid in My Mind: The Visionary and Landscape Images of Father Andrew William Vachon, S.J." and "Befriending Sacredness: Works by Fr. Araujo, S.J." Opening reception is Friday, September 25, 5-7 pm.
This annual festival supports Spokane area businesses and communities in need around the globe. It will feature handcrafts, clothing, jewelry, pottery and more. The sweatshop free items are imported by local fair trade businesses who work directly with craftspeople and small farmers in Nepal, Me... More
Businesses and individuals come together to decorate and donate some 40 lavish Christmas trees and displays which are enjoyed by attendees and ultimately sold at auction. Each year proceeds raised at the Festival of Trees help fund needed services at Kootenai Health. Events include a senior social... More
Enjoy the splendor of the holiday season. Sponsored by STCU.
This year's enchanted Yuletide tale "The Ghosts of Christmas Eve" follows the journey of a young runaway who, on Christmas Eve, breaks into an abandoned vaudeville theater seeking shelter from the cold, and the ghostly visions she experiences from that concert hall's past. "The Ghosts... More