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Sun., June 8, 2014

Fry Healthcare Foundation’s Sixth Annual Golf Tournament - The event includes dinner, prizes and lots of fun. Buy your golf balls for the second annual Golf Ball Drop! Friday, 11 a.m., Mirror Lake Golf Course, 701 U.S. 95, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. $50. (208) 267-4851.

Comedian Fred Newman - Proceeds benefit Spokane Public Radio. June 18, 7:30 p.m., Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave. $20. (800) 325-SEAT.

A Night with Wine and Bovine - Wine and beer tasting, live band, raffles, silent auctions, lowline angus sliders served, cattle on display and lots more. Western States Lowline Association is a nonprofit. Purchase tickets at www.westernstates lowline.com. June 21, 7 p.m., Idaho Lowline Cattle Company, 2755 E. Spring Rock Lane, Hayden. $25/presale, $30/door. (208) 215-4460.

Crude Awakening Oil Train Tour - Hosted by the Spokane Riverkeeper. Dana Lyons will sing songs from his latest CD entitled “The Great Salish Sea.” Matt Krogh, of ForestEthics, will make a presentation on the proposal to increase the number of trains carrying oil in the Pacific Northwest. June 25, 7 p.m., Saranac Public House, Rooftop, 21 W. Main Ave. $10, includes two drink tickets. (509) 443-3865.

The Big Kahuna Benefit Golf Tournament - Proceeds from this eighth annual event go to Spokane Cystic Fibrosis patient Gina Moriarty’s fund for expenses related to a double lung transplant. Presented by Northwest Line Builders and Benefiting the Breathe for Gina Fund. Entry includes 18 holes at Sundance, golf cart, unlimited range balls, swag bag, two raffle tickets, lunch, post-tournament cocktail party plus drinks on the course and afterward. July 12, Sun Dance Golf Course, 9725 N. Nine Mile Road. $100/person. (208) 660-9038.

MarmotFest - The second annual KYRS summer music festival highlights local artists and groups from the region. This all-day family-friendly event includes a community village of nonprofit booths, beer garden, food court and kids activities. Lineup: Rogue Wave, Seattle’s The Hoot Hoots and Fly Moon Royalty, Boise’s Marshall Poole, Tri-Cities’ Vaughn Jensen Band, and local favorites Folkinception, Floating Crowbar and the Angela Marie Project. July 12, 1-11 p.m., Glover Field, 216 N. Cedar St. $20. (509) 209-2428.


 

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