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ART through September 5: Leonardo da Vinci: Man - Inven-


tor - Genius The Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, together with Exhibits Development Group, St. Paul, Minnesota and Wash- ington, D.C., and Event Marketing Services, Vienna, Austria, is proud to announce the planned arrival of the major trav- eling exhibition, Leonardo da Vinci: Man-Inventor-Genius. Including 60 invention models and 23 replicated artistic masterpieces, Leonardo da Vinci is an educational exhibition of unequaled fascination. Man-Artist-Genius will be included as a bonus exhibition. Museum of Arts and Culture. 2316 W. First Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201. Call (509) 456-3931 or e-mail themac@northwest- museum.org.


EVENTS Weekends through July 23-24: Northwest Renais- sance Festival Located just northwest of Spokane in Nine Mile Falls, the Northwest Renaissance Festival is a weekend’s worth of anti- quarian fun. Featuring performers, merchants, and the visual spectacle of decadent Renaissance-period costumes, these weekend extravaganzas are fun for the whole family. Nine Mile Falls, 11am-7pm. For more infomation, log on to http://www.nwrf.net/ or call (509) 276-7728.


ROCKIN’ B RANCH COWBOY SUPPER SHOWS


This 17th Season of the Rockin’ B Ranch Cowboy Supper Shows with the Riders of the Rockin’ B, with shows Fridays & Saturdays through Oct. 1, and Thursdays through Aug. 25. Also this season are comedies by Patrick F. McManus, starring Tim Behrens on selected Sundays, July 31 & Sept. 11. Tickets are $39 for adults for a complete BBQ Dinner and Entertainment; $10 for kids 10 and under. Group discounts available. Rockin’ Bluegrass Concerts are Tuesdays, July 18, Aug 18 & Sept 20. (Tickets $7.50 available at door only). Beer and Wine Cantina open nightly. Rockin’ B Ranch is located 75 yards south of Interstate 90 at Exit 299 and offers free parking.


For tickets, visit www.rockinbranch.com, or call the box office at (509) 891-9016.


176 SPOKANE CDA • July - August • 2011


July 16-17 and 23-24: Cherry Festival Head out to Greenbluff this summer and enjoy the peak sea- son for one of summer’s most delicious fruits. Greenbluff’s Cherry Festival spans two weekends during which you may enjoy country cookin’ music, crafts, and lots of family fun! Our tree ripened cherries will be available -- you-pick or ready- picked, on the festival days and throughout the week while the fruit is ripe. Green Bluff, WA. For more information, please log on to: http://www.greenbluffgrowers.com.


July 21: Cherry-Picker’s Trot and Pit Spit Indulge your sweet tooth with some succulent summer fruit and family fun. The Cherry Pickers’ Trot and Pit Spit pairs great food with a family friendly fun run for all ages! And you will laugh ‘til it hurts as contestants compete for the longest distance in the famous Cherry Pit Spit! As always a visit to Green Bluff means you’ll find fresh picked fun and a bountiful of homegrown produce and hometown hospitality! Green Bluff, WA. Call (509) 238-4709 or log on to http://www. greenbluffgrowers.com for entry forms and more information.


July 23: Spokane Indians 8K Pennant Race and 1K Kids’ Run Hit the road with the Indians on July 24th at 8:00am for the Annual Spokane Indians 8K Pennant Race and 1K Kids Run Presented By Runner’s Soul benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities. This 8K Race and 1K Kids Run in downtown Spokane, starts at Beautiful Riverfront Park, and goes along the Centennial Trail. Participants will receive a Brooks techni- cal race T-Shirt, a ticket to the Indians game that night and a donation will be given to the Ronald McDonald House Chari- ties of Spokane in their name. Kids will join OTTO the Mascot for the 1K Kids run through Riverfront park. At the end kids will


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