In brief: Spokane Valley: Sidewalks must be cleared
SPOKANE VALLEY – Spokane Valley residents are being reminding that it’s their responsibility to shovel snow from sidewalks on their property.
The city says local ordinances require that sidewalks be clear of snow and ice within a reasonable amount of time, and violators could face $500 fines.
The goal is to make sure that schoolchildren and others have safe places to walk during the winter rather than competing with cars and trucks for space on roadways.
Food bank benefit planned
SPOKANE VALLEY – Spokane Valley Partners will present its seventh annual Concert to Benefit Spokane Valley Partners’ Food Bank at 7 p.m. Feb. 21 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 4521 N. Arden Road.
The theme of this year’s concert is “Changes,” and features characters from “Les Miserables,” “Cinderella,” “Grease,” “The Wizard of Oz,” and “Frozen.”
There will also be music in a variety of styles such as classical, popular, jazz, folk and country, all performed by local amateur and professional musicians.
Advance tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children younger than 12. At the door, adults will be admitted for $12 and children for $7.
For more information, call (509) 926-7133 or visit stjoeparish.org.
Sacagawea tribute set
SPOKANE VALLEY – Spokane Valley Library, 12004 E. Main Ave., will present “Sacagawea Tells Her Story,” Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Sara Edlin-Marlowe, a theater and speech teacher at Spokane Falls Community College, will perform a one-woman show based on Sacagawea’s life. Information in the story was taken from journal entries and historical accounts. After the performance, Edlin-Marlowe will speak about Sacagawea’s relationship with Lewis and Clark as well as other aspects of her life.
For more information, call the library at (509) 893-8400 or visit www.scld.org.