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DATEBOOK JULY - AUGUST


to 1749 England. King George II is on the throne, England is on the cusp of the Industrial Revolu- tion, and there are visitors from the continent and the colonies. Entertainment includes music, theatre, and dance from the period with live chess. This is an all-day event, offering a variety of attractions: dancing, children’s games, enter- tainers and musicians, Live Chess Matches, croquet, crafts and artisan demonstrations, and a costume contest. The Royal Fireworks Concert is the finale to the evening, featuring Allegro’s 60-piece Royal Band and dazzling fireworks cho- reographed to Handel’s music. The entire festival is free and the concert begins at 9pm. Riverfront Park. Downtown Spokane, WA 99201. For more information, please contact Allegro at 509-455-6865 or log on to http://www.allegroba- roque.org/.


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- Jack Heath, Class of 1990, President/ COO, Washington Trust Bank


August 3: Guy Clark with Verlon Thompson Songwriting legend Guy Clark doesn’t merely compose songs; he projects images and charac- ters with the kind of hands-on care and respect of a literary master. Clark works slowly and with strict attention to detail, and has produced an impressive collection of timeless gems, leaving very little waste behind. The emotional level of his work, as well as the admiration and esteem of his peers, consistently transcends sales fig- ures and musical genres. Using everyday lan- guage to construct extraordinary songs for more than 35 years, Clark continues to be the type of songwriter whom young artists study and sea- soned writers, as well discriminating listeners, revere. Bing Crosby Theatre. 901 W Sprague Ave. Spo- kane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


Applications are available on the website at www.leadershipspokane.org


Spokane, WA 99201 509.321.3627


August 10: Michael Bublé Grammy Award-winner Michael Bublé is coming to Spokane Arena for one night only! Touring in support of his #1 selling release, “Crazy Love,” Michael Bublé has been called “one of the most likeable performers on Earth.” Bublé has performed for over half a million fans this year with his “Crazy Love” tour, and brings his tour to Spokane Arena on August 10. The “Crazy Love Tour” is Michael’s biggest and most excit- ing tour to date. His stage show is propelled by a string of smash hits including “Home,” “Everything” most


and his recent hit single “Haven’t Met You Yet,”


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