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CLEANING FROM THE CORRIDOR – TODAY FROM 9AM – 12PM

CLEANING FROM THE CORRIDOR – TODAY FROM 9AM – 12PM

Spring has sprung and the city’s annual volunteer event Cleaning from the Corridor (CFTC) will be in full swing on this gorgeous iconic Spokane Spring day from 9am – 12pm (some events running till 1pm). Here’s a quick guide how to make sure you don’t miss any of the excitement before, during, or after the clean up! Before the Clean up:  Any volunteers who show up that are not registered but want to volunteer anyway, whether you come with friends,…

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Apply Now for Spokane Arts Grants

Apply Now for Spokane Arts Grants

Spokane Arts just launched a brand new grants program called the Spokane Arts Grant Awards (SAGA). Individuals, neighborhood groups, organizations, heritage groups or collectives—in all arts disciplines—are invited to apply for grants of up to $10,000 each. Multiple grants will be awarded. Applications and additional information are available at this page. The application deadline is Wednesday, February 1. Awards will be announced on March 1 of this year. Need help with the grant application forms? Sign up here on Brown Paper Tickets…

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Call for ideas on a neighborhood mural

Call for ideas on a neighborhood mural

There is an exciting annoucement from one of our neighborhood’s community resources, Fulcrum’s Ash Street Station. They will be the proud recipients of a mural to be painted on the north facing exterior wall. The Ash Street Station was selected by Gonzaga University’s Art Department, and the mural will be done in cooperation with Spokane Arts. Spokane Arts Supply will be donating art supplies and paint is being contributed via another project donor. What a great line-up of community partners coming together…

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Show Support for Spokane Arts (Mar 14)

Show Support for Spokane Arts (Mar 14)

Executive Director of Spokane Arts Laura Becker has put out a call for a public show of support during the City Council meeting on Monday, March 14. Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to meet in the Chase Gallery outside the City Council Chambers (808 W Spokane Falls Blvd) at 5:30pm on that day in anticipation of a “packed house, standing room only” to demonstrate how much value the arts have in Spokane. “Let’s be a vibrant force in the audience, a visual reminder of…

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Celebration of Youth (Mar 4)

Celebration of Youth (Mar 4)

The West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt) is hosting Celebration of Youth: A Community Showcase tomorrow (March 4) starting at 6pm. The Celebration of Youth is a community event and a free dinner showcasing local youth and their talents, skills, and leadership. Performances include music, arts, and spoken word pieces by the Music Innovates Program, The Community School’s Peer Assistance & Leadership Program, Youth for Christ’s Resiliency Project, and the West Central Youth Development Life Skills Program. This year the WCCC is also presenting…

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Free Play at Knox Presbyterian (Oct 15)

Free Play at Knox Presbyterian (Oct 15)

Knox Presbyterian Church (806 W Knox) is holding a free special dramatic presentation tomorrow (Thursday, October 15) at 7pm when the Knox Presbyterian Drama Group presents Beyond the Shadow Lands, an adaptation of the play Strangers and Other Angels conceived by Karin Coonrod. The play contains direct transcriptions of medieval drama, modern translations, scripture, and even Italian dialogue. It offers insight into the Biblical themes of sinfulness, mercy, and God’s restoration. The Knox Presbyterian Drama Group says that those who’ve seen it have described it…

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Children’s Author at the E-G Farmers’ Market (Oct 10)

Children’s Author at the E-G Farmers’ Market (Oct 10)

Thanks to support from Catholic Charities Food for All, children’s author Katherine Pryor will be reading from her book Sylvia’s Spinach at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market on Friday, October 10. The readings will take place at 3:30, 4:30 and 5:30pm. Copies of the book will be for sale at the readings, or you can order your own copy in advance from Amazon. Food stamp recipients with children can receive a complimentary copy donated by Catholic Charities simply by showing their EBT…

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