In brief: Golf benefit planned
DEER PARK – Members of the community are invited to participate in the Joey’s Benefit Golf Tournament Friday at the Deer Park Golf Course, 1201 N. Country Club Drive, to benefit local resident Joseph Cawyer Anderson, who was diagnosed in 2010 with level 4 glioblastoma brain cancer.
Registration is at 12:30 p.m. and the four-person scramble tournament begins with a shotgun start at 2. Cost is $90 per person and includes a golf cart, greens fees and barbecue after the tournament.
Proceeds will help cover medical and lodging expenses while Anderson receives continued treatment at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.
For more information, call Jeff Crump at (208) 818-7716.
Heritage Gardens still open
CLIFF/CANNON – The historic Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens, located in Edwidge Woldson Park, 507 W. Seventh Ave., will be open through the end of September, on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The gardens are not open Monday through Friday.
For more information, call the Corbin Art Center at (509) 625-6677.
Beer, music at fundraiser
LOGAN – Holy Names Music Center and the Northwest Autism Center have joined together for “Septemberfest: Booze, Blues and Brews” to be held in the Riverwalk Complex, next to Northern Lights Brewery, 1003 E. Trent Ave., on Sept. 17, from 6 to 10 p.m.
The fundraiser will include hors d’oeuvres, a taco bar, live music by Nicole Lewis and a raffle for Dry Fly Bourbon, a Dry Fly Bottling party for eight and a keg of Northern Lights ale.
Tickets are $50.
Proceeds will benefit the Northwest Autism Center and the Holy Names Music Center.
To purchase tickets and for more information, call Craig Landron at (509) 326-9516 or visit www.septemberfest. ettend.com.
Union Gospel hosts event
EAST CENTRAL – The Union Gospel Mission of Spokane will host UGM Connect Sept. 15, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Crisis Shelter for Women and Children, 1234 E. Sprague Ave.
The event will gather service providers for the poor in one place, making information accessible for individuals and families about help that is available to them. Refreshments will be provided along with guides to help attendees navigate the various information stations. On a Mission, UGM’s own band, will provide music.
SNAP, the Washington Department of Social and Health Services, Spokane Mental Health and One Stop Housing also will be represented.
The event is free and open to the public.