Tickets are available for April events hosted by The Spokesman-Review’s popular Northwest Passages Book Club and Community Forum.
April 11: My Town Poetry Night with Tod Marshall
Join us for an evening of words and wine featuring outgoing Washington state poet laureate Tod Marshall in conversation with newspaper columnist and author Shawn Vestal.
Guest performers include Spokane poet laureate
Poetry open call: Do you have an original poem about living in Spokane you’d like to share? Please message firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1. We’ll publish a selection of reader poems during April, which is National Poetry Month.
April 12: Baseball in the Movies
Join Spokesman-Review Editor Rob Curley and the Spokane Indians Baseball Club for a lively look at the best baseball stories on film. The event starts at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. General admission is free, but tickets are required.
April 18: Evening of Mystery with J.A. Jance
The best-selling author comes to town to talk about her new thriller, “Duel to the Death,” the latest in the Ali Reynolds series.
The book talk starts at 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:45 p.m., with live music and a book signing at the adjacent Terra Blanca wine bar. General admission tickets are free; the event’s VIP package is $40.
Tickets for all Northwest Passages Book Club events can be found at www.spokane7tickets.com. All of the above events will be at The Spokesman-Review Building, 999 W. Riverside Ave. in Spokane.
Learn more about the Northwest Passages Book Club here: www.spokesman.com/bookclub.
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