May 2, 2014 in Features, Seven

10 under $10


1 MarmotFest Launch Party 7 p.m. Friday, The Big Dipper, 171 S. Washington St. KYRS will unveil the lineup for the July 12 music festival in Glover Field, the only solar-powered music festival in the Northwest. Live music, drinks and more. (509) 747-3012. Admission: FREE

2 “Eternal Light” 7:30 p.m. Friday, St. John’s Cathedral, 127 E. 12th Ave. Features W.A. Mozart’s Requiem and Morton Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna, as performed by the Gonzaga University Concert Choir and the Incendo Music Ensemble. This concert will pay tribute to beloved voice faculty staff Marge Halvorson, who died in December. Admission: FREE

3 “The Health Care Movie” 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave. Health Care for All-Spokane presents a film that examines the health care systems in Canada and the United States. Filmmakers Laurie Simons and Terry Sterrenberg will introduce the film and a panel discussion will follow. Tickets are available through Proceeds benefit Health Care for All-Spokane. (509) 227-7638. Admission: $10

4 Arabian Nights 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Spokane Community College, Lair-Student Center Sasquatch Room, Building 61810 N. Greene St. Presented by Spokane Community College’s Arab Culture Club. Featuring live music and dance by MB Orchestra, a five-piece family group that covers music from ancient Egypt to today’s Middle Eastern pop and dance music. Sodexo will serve up Middle Eastern specialties. Belly dance scarves will be on sale for $10. (509) 533-8029. Admission: FREE

5 Whitworth Wind Symphony Spring Concert 8 p.m. Saturday, Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, 1001 W. Sprague Ave. “South by Southwest” concert will feature guest soloist Douglas Yeo, former bass trombonist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Richard Strauch will conduct the ensemble in a program that will include new works by American composers Justin Freer and James David, as well as H. Owen Reed’s symphony “La Fiesta Mexicana.” (509) 777-3280. Admission: $7/adults, $5/seniors and students

6 “The Cherry Orchard” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, University of Idaho Hartung Theatre, 625 Stadium Drive, Moscow. Concluding weekend of UI’s production of the classic Anton Chekhov play, which illuminates the joys of a new world being born, the sorrows of an old world passing away and the timeless absurdity of the human condition. This production interprets the play as Chekhov originally intended, as a light, whimsical comedy. (208) 885-7212. Admission: $10 general, $8 seniors

7 Blackwood Legacy Quartet Award-winning group out of Nashville will present Southern country and gospel music at various locations in the Inland Northwest. 7 p.m. Saturday at Moses Lake Christian Church, 200 E. Yonezawa Blvd, Moses Lake; 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Crestline Baptist Church, 2206 E. 44th Ave. in Spokane; and at 6 p.m. Sunday at Valley Assembly of God, 15618 E. Broadway Ave. in Spokane Valley; 7 p.m. Tuesday, Chewelah Evangelical Free Church, 2211 Sand Canyon Road; 7 p.m. Wednesday at Dishman Baptist Church, 315 N. Argonne Road in Spokane Valley; on 7 p.m. May 10 at New Song Bible Church, 470250 Highway 95 South in Sandpoint; and 10 a.m. May 11, at Priest River Community Church, 49 Washington St., Priest River. (800) 482-5659. Admission: FREE

8 Author Jacquelyn Mitchard 8:45 p.m. Friday, Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane. Reading, discussion and book signing held in partnership with Eastern Washington University and Get Lit! “The Deep End of the Ocean” was a bestseller and the first title chosen for Oprah’s Book Club. Suspenseful and deeply moving, the story imagines every mother’s worst nightmare, the disappearance of a child. The book explores a family’s struggle to endure, even against extraordinary odds. (509) 838-0206. Admission: FREE

9 The Bill & Mike Blues Reunion 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Grande Ronde, 906 W. Second Ave. Bill Kostelec and Mike Janes present a night of blues. (509) 455-8161. Admission: FREE

10 “Leaving Mesa Verde” 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Ave. William Lipe, professor emeritus at Washington State University, is an archaeologist with expertise in the North America Southwest. In this lecture, he will consider one of the most enduring questions in Southwestern archaeology: why many thousands of Pueblo people left the Four Corners region in the late 1200s, moving away from an area where their ancestors had lived for many centuries. (509) 359-2235. Admission: FREE

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