The Friday Musical Club will celebrate its 80th anniversary at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 24th and Grand Boulevard, at 1:30 p.m., Saturday.
Musicians - 25 of them - will perform classical period pieces and music written between 1915, when the club was founded, to the present day.
A narrative linking the club’s history with local and world events will be presented by Dorothy Darby Smith.
Performing musicians include Leonard and Helen Byrne, Wendal and Virginia Jones, Keith Thomas, Doug and Carol Graef, Norm Thue, Evelyn Ayer, Jane Ayer Blegen, Kelly Farris, Tracy Dunlop and John Marshall.
A flute trio will feature Lois Iller, Jane Nielsen and Kristy McBain. A piano duet will be played by Margaret May Ott and Charlotte Kroeker.
Vocalists Kathleen Malindez, Tamara Schupman, Eleanor Powell and Melissa Drumm will also perform. The program closes with a piano solo by Joyce Kelly.
Chairing the event is Maurine Kalk. Hostesses are Katie Thayer, Maureen Kalk, Jeanne Cadagan and Edie Volosing.
Several club members will wear costumes or bits and pieces of costumes depicting the past 80 years.
Plates and plates of pancakes
Flapjacks will be flipped by members of the East Spokane Kiwanis during the Center Pointe’s annual Holiday Bazaar on Nov. 4 at the center, 1408 N. Washington.
The all-you-can-eat pancake feed is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and the bazaar, featuring handmade holiday items, is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event is to help Center Pointe maintain and expand classes and programs for disabled adults.
Breakfast, which includes eggs, sausage and ham, is $4 for adults and $2 for children under 12.
Film at 11
The Spokane College Women’s Association meets at noon Wednesday at the Shilo Inn. Randy Shaw of KHQ-TV will speak on what’s happening in the news.
Breakfast and network
Dar Mackey and Ingrid Pelzer will discuss “The Entrepreneurial Spirit” from 7 to 8 a.m. Thursday at Cavanaugh’s Fourth Avenue for the Inland Northwest Executive Network for Women.
The group is dedicated to the advancement of women through education and networking, said Marlene Waltermire, spokeswoman.
Reservations for the breakfast meeting can be made by calling 624-3654. Cost is $7 for members, $12 for non-members.
Be healthy and fit
Michelle Hagan a registered dietician, will present procedures for health and fitness for Delta Gamma alumnae when they meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Marilyn Robinson.
Dawn Schafer and Elizabeth Carroll will serve as hostesses.
Jundt center opens
Gonzaga University’s Jundt Art Center and Museum opens with a public dedication at 11 a.m. Friday.
Works of Dale Chihuly, an internationally acclaimed glass artist, will be exhibited through Dec. 15. Chihuly will deliver a video and slide lecture at the Charlotte Y. Martin Centre at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 in conjunction with the exhibit.
Gonzaga alumnus James R. Jundt and his wife, Joann, of Wayzata, Minn., provided the lead gift to fund the facility. A reception and dinner to pay special tribute to the Jundts is planned prior to the public dedication.
Broaches for Alzheimer’s
The Eastern Washington Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is selling broaches and lapel pins to benefit the organization’s programs.
The white or bronze broaches and pins, designed by Spokane artist Gay Gardner, feature one person helping another.
The broaches sell for $15, the lapel pins for $10. To order, call 483-8456 or send a check to Alzheimer’s Association, 5125 N. Market, Spokane, WA 99206.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • A weekend in late July. It’s more than 90 degrees outside. Is this the proverbial “dog days of summer?” Read on.
I scratched another back yard honey-do off my list this weekend already by finishing another one of those projects that had been on the waiting list for years. It involved ...
Today marks my 25th anniversary with The Spokesman-Review. Though things have changed quite a bit since I joined the newspaper as its Idaho editor in 1991, we’re still in the ...
UPDATE 4:45 p.m. Quote from Dan Foster, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area superintendent: "We are working with the Washington Department of Health, our region, and national staff to understand the ...
sponsored According to two 2015 surveys, 62 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to handle an unexpected emergency, much less any long-term plans.