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DATEBOOK JULY - AUGUST


receive a goodies bag and a ticket to the Spo- kane Indians Baseball game that night versus the Tri-City Dust Devils. Riverfront Park. Downtown Spokane, WA 99201. To register, jog on over to the Spokane Indians Office to sign up in person, or go online to www. active.com! If you have question please call the Spokane Indians Home Office at (509) 535-2922.


July 30: Spokane Corvette Club “Glass On Grass” In Riverfront Park’s Clocktower Meadow, the Corvette Club of Spokane will be showcasing various models and years of Corvettes. This event is free and will last from noon until 4pm. Riverfront Park. Downtown Spokane, WA 99201. For further information, please visit www.spo- kanecorvetteclub.com.


July 24: Deadliest Catch Live! A Night with Captain Sig and the Hillstrand Brothers They’ve taken crab fishing from the Bering Sea to the small screen, and now Captain Sig and the Hillstrand Brothers are docking their boats and hitting the road. In this rare, live, interactive event, the Bering Sea’s toughest crew swap stories as they take the audience through some of the rough- est situations the captains and crew have ever had on the high seas. From the treacherous weather and crew conflicts, to the tri- umphs of the team, Captain Sig and the Hillstrand Brothers bring the intimate world of crab fishing to a live audience. For the first time, fans across the country have a chance to hear the stories behind the show, view never before seen video, and partake in a question and answer session with cast members of the Deadliest Catch. Don’t miss A Night with Captain Sig and the Hillstrand Brothers! Contains mature content. INB Performing Arts Center,334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Tickets can be purchased by calling (509) 325-SEAT or logging on to http://www. ticketswest.com.


July 28: Simple Water Saving Strategies There are lots of ways to save water and money. Join Sun People owner Juliet Sinisterra as she discusses basic water saving techniques and gives an overview into greywater, what it is, and what is legal in the City. Water saving kits cour- tesy of the City of Spokane’s Water Department will be available to participants. The class will run from 4:30-5:30pm. Cost: free. Sun People Dry Goods, 32 W 2nd Ave. Spokane, WA 99201. You can register in person at Sun People Dry Goods or online at www.sunpeople- drygoods.com


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August 5: First Friday Spokane Enjoy an evening of draw- ings, paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, pho- tography and other visual art. Take in diverse live performances, including music, dance and theatre and don’t forget the excep- tional shopping and dining Downtown has to offer. For a complete schedule of exhibits and participating venues, please visit http:// www.downtownspokane. org/first-friday.php.


August 5: Brian Posehn Comedian/actor/writer Brian Posehn has most recently been


seen on


Comedy Central’s popular show, “The Sarah Silver- man Program” and on tour as one of the original mem- bers of the “Comedians of Comedy”. Besides writing and performing on HBO’s acclaimed “Mr. Show”, he has appeared in sitcoms such as “Just Shoot Me”, “Seinfeld”, “NewsRadio”, “Everybody Loves Ray- mond”, and “Friends”. Bing Crosby Theatre. 901 W Sprague Ave. Spokane,


WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


August 6: Easter Seals Walk With Me Spo- kane The Spokane Walk With Me event, to sup- port Easter Seals Washington’s Northeast Child Development Center and Assistive Technology Services, is coming up fast! Join hundreds of Spokane residents on August 7th at Riverfront Park and support our services that help people with disabilities and families in need in your community. Walk With Me events raise money


for the critical services provided by Easter Seals and Northeast Child Development Center and Assistive Technology Services. Just start or join a team and start raising money for a great cause! Riverfront Park. Downtown Spokane, WA 99201. Check-in begins at 9am; walking begins at 10am. For more information or to sign up a team, please visit http://wwm.easterseals.com/.


August 7: A Hawaiian Evening with HAPA HAPA’s Pan-Polynesian music is an amalgam of influences ranging from ancient genealogical chants to the strummed ballads of Portuguese fisherman, Spanish cowboys, and the inspired melodies and harmonies of the traditional church choirs of the early missionaries. Visit HAPA’s website for more info: http://www.hapa.com/ Bing Crosby Theatre. 901 W Sprague Ave. Spo- kane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


August 12: Coeur d’Alene Art Walk Stroll through beautiful downtown Coeur d’Alene and enjoy local and nationally acclaimed artists. Visit supporting galleries, shops, restaurants and businesses with your friends and family. Art Walk will continue on the second Friday of each month. Downtown Coeur d’Alene. For more information, please visit http://www.artsincda.org/.


August 12: BeGin! at the MAC BeGin! at the MAC is a once-a-month after-work party, held at the Museum of Arts and Culture on the second Friday of every month, starting at 6pm. Friends hook up at the MAC to BeGin the weekend with adult refreshments, live music, snacks and exhibit cruising. There is no admis- sion fee and each month features a local band or musical talent. Museum of Arts and Culture.


2316 W. First


Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201. Call (509) 456-3931 or e-mail themac@northwestmuseum.org.


August 13 through Labor Day: Peach Fes- tival Celebrate one of Green Bluff’s great treasures - big, juicy, tree-ripened peaches! Try some peach ice-cream, cobbler, cakes, or pies. No matter how you slice them, our peaches are delicious. Add lots of other great food, live music, and fam- ily entertainment for a great weekend! Green Bluff, WA. For more information, please log on to: http://www.greenbluffgrowers.com.


August 20: Unity in the Community Unity in the Community is in its 17th year and you are invited to enjoy the diversity of the Inland Northwest region at this community extrava- ganza! The theme for this year’s event is “Local


SPOKANE CDA • July - August • 2011


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