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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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Book Signing at Heart of Spokane, Jun 14

Book Signing at Heart of Spokane, Jun 14

On Friday, June 14 there will be a four-author book signing and reception at The Heart of Spokane [map] from 6 to 8pm. The theme is food, but there are every different takes on that theme, including gluten-free cooking, vegan cooking, and gourmet “health-and-healing” dishes. The books and their respective authors are: Dinner with Cecile and Willam, a cookbook by Cecile Charles and William Maltese; The Gluten-Free Way: My Way by Adrienne Z. Milligan; and Get-Real Vegan Desserts by Christina-Marie…

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Logo Contest Results

Logo Contest Results

The Emerson-Garfield Neighborhood Council held a logo contest in the run-up to its March meeting. At that meeting, all attendees were given the chance to vote on their favorite. There were three strong submissions from residents Stan Burke, Joe Snodgrass and Liorah Wichser. Stan decided to emphasize Emerson-Garfield’s parks with a silhouette of children playing that ought to bring a smile to your face. Joe cleverly echoed the contours of a leaf in an old-fashioned streetlight so as to highlight…

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Corbin Book Club (April 9)

Corbin Book Club (April 9)

FYI, there’s an all-ages book club that meets every second Tuesday of each month at Corbin Senior Center [map]. The event always starts at 1:30pm and is held in the dining room. For the next meeting on April 9, they’ll be discussing The Orchardist, a historical novel set in Wenatchee by Portland-based author Amanda Coplin. Next month they’ll be discussing The Daughter’s Walk by Jane Kirkpatrick. Questions? Contact Kitty Johnston at (509) 936-5033 for more info.