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Shrine Circus to visit Spokane Valley

The 64th annual Shrine Circus will visit Spokane Valley the weekend of April 26 to 28, setting up tents in the vacant lot across from Spokane Valley City Hall on …


In brief: Spokane Community College event will celebrate International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day will be celebrated with a public event Saturday at Spokane Community College’s Lair Student Center with the theme “Balance for Better: Cultural, Creating and Community Healing.” The …


Classical guitarist Mak Grgic brings variety to Friends of the Guitar Hour

Classical guitarist Mak Grgic brings variety to his Friends of the Guitar Hour concert, Friday at Holy Names Music Center.


Spotlight: Chang to perform hometown recital

New York City pianist Hsia-Jung Chang will perform a hometown recital on June 1 at the Holy Names Music Center. In her “Piano in Nature” recital, Chang will perform Ludwig …


Violin camp set for April

Holy Names Music Center is hosting a violin camp from April 1-5. Camp is open to students age 7 and older, and will discuss the history of the violin, famous …


Spotlight: A Sasquatch sighting, at a discounted rate

Memorial Day weekend seems ages away, but it’s never too early to be thinking about Sasquatch. The annual four-day music festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Wash., won’t announce …


Spotlight: Acclaimed classical guitarist LeFevre to perform Friday

Michael LeFevre, an award-winning classical guitarist and professor at Walla Walla University, will perform Friday at the Holy Names Music Center. LeFevre will present the premiere of “Sonata” by Bryan …


Spotlight: Whitworth grads top Mozart at Manito

Connoisseur Concerts’ Mozart on a Summer’s Eve performance in Manito Park is shaping up to be a must-see. The concerts, at 7 p.m. July 17 and 18, will feature three …


Breakfast to help send kids to camp

Summer seems like a distant memory to most of us – but not 10-year-old Hannah Ellis. When she talked about summer camp, words exploded like a popcorn kernels in a …


Volunteers guide grade school students

An excited buzz whispered through Patricia Bassett’s classroom at Linwood Elementary on a recent morning. It was a big day for the fifth grade beginning strings class. For the first …


Pine Lodge choristers sing on as closure nears

It’s Monday evening after dinner and Nancy Klingman is getting her choir students together. This night there’s one unusual problem: about half the choir is missing. Why? Because Klingman is …


Mapping the body’s flow

Imagine you’re looking at a map of Spokane. You note that Division Street is a four-lane, north-south street. You decide to drive north on Division Street from Gonzaga University. To …


TEAM program gives students access to music lessons

For many families, private music lessons are an unaffordable luxury. But thanks to the TEAM Project (Teens Engaging in Alternatives through Music) at Holy Names Music Center, children ages 8-14 …