In brief: Road work closes part of Maple, Ash
Maple Street is closed from Northwest Boulevard to just north of Wellesley Avenue until mid-June as part of a major rehabilitation project. In addition, Wellesley is reduced one lane in each direction at its intersection with Maple and Ash streets.
Motorists are being detoured to Alberta/Cochran streets to get around the Maple closure.
The project will rehabilitate Maple and Ash streets from Wellesley to Northwest Boulevard and includes some water main replacement, installation of a fiber-optic communications system, and a concrete intersection at Garland and Wellesley. Project meetings for the businesses and residents in the area are held every Friday at 11 a.m. at the Shadle Park Public Library, 2111 W. Wellesley Ave.
The $4 million project is funded by the 10-year street bond, the Water Department and Spokane Transit Authority.
Sexual violence survivors share
Whitworth College will present a “Take Back the Night” candlelight vigil April 27 from 8 to 9 p.m. to honor those who have suffered from sexual violence.
The vigil will begin with a march from the Robinson Teaching Theater to the Pirate’s Cove on the Whitworth campus, 300 W. Hawthorne Road.
Domestic violence survivors will tell their stories of abuse and participants will decorate T-shirts to honor a loved one who has suffered from domestic or sexual abuse. The Exceptional Praise Gospel Choir also will perform.
For more information, call Priscilla Fuentes at 456-4559.
Celtic concert at Shadle Friday
Shadle Park High School, 4327 N. Ash St., will host a Celtic Inspirations Concert Friday at 7 p.m.
The concert will include the Celtic Nots, Haran Irish Dancers, the Angus Scott Pipe Band, the Northwest Highland Dancers and the Shadle Park High School Pipe Band and Highland Dancers.
Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door. Children 5 years old and younger are free. For more information, call 879-3552.
Here are Spokane-area lottery winners for the week of April 9:
$5,000: Ray Reyna, Spokane.
$1,000: Donald Kock, Nicholas Sutherland, Ken Anderson, Sandeep Nagra, Michael Westerfield, Robert Goeller, Charles Parfrey and Marilyn Hieb, all of Spokane; Richard Perry, Otis Orchards; Barry Sharp, Ione, Wash.; and Linda Deishl, Spokane Valley.