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  • ACT 2 starts summer classes this week

    The deadline is looming for seniors 50-plus to register for the summer session of ACT 2 classes offered by Community Colleges of Spokane. The summer session, in which some classes …


  • Spokane Community College culinary school opens kitchens to public cooking classes

    Ever wanted to take a culinary school class without actually going to culinary school? Here’s your chance: The Inland Northwest Culinary Academy at Spokane Community College is launching a new …


  • Classes for children, adults, starting at Corbin

    The Corbin Art Center, 507 W. Seventh Ave., will hold classes for adults and children, beginning April 23. Registration is required for all classes. You can register online at www.spokaneparks.org …


  • Sun People plays host to natural egg dyeing class

    Join the folks at Sun People Dry Goods on Thursday for a free class on natural egg dyeing for Easter. The class for kids will focus on using herbs, spices, …


  • Corbin Art Center classes starting soon

    Beginning Jan. 20, winter quarter classes and workshops will be offered at Corbin Art Center in the Daniel House, 507 W. 7th Ave. Classes and workshops include:


  • Arts calendar

    Auditions Kinderchor of Spokane – Children’s choir holding auditions for second semester for the Preparatory Choir, grades 2-5, and the Chamber Choir, grades 5-12. Open to singers with unchanged voices. …


  • Week ahead

    MONDAY Marketing Associates of Spokane Meeting – Reservations are due today by 11 a.m. Facilities personnel from Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University and Washington State University will participate in …


  • Senior games

    Bingo – Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m., Spokane Valley Senior Center, 2426 N. Discovery Place. 50 cents per card. Call 926-1937 for more information.

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