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Spokfest—this Sunday

Some of your (dare I say) favorite bloggers will be downtown in Riverfront Park at the Down to Earth booth for Spokfest on Sunday.

Come visit the booth and get some information about Down to Earth, say hello, and enter giveaways. I’ll be at the booth from 12 to 2 and would love to meet you.

For more information about the event, check out the Spokfest website. This is Spokfest’s forth year and it promises to be bigger and better than years past. Help keep this event around and enjoy a beautiful day outside.

You don’t have to be on a bike to enjoy the afternoon, but if you are, don’t forget your helmet!

(I am suspending Friday’s project for about a month. I’m afraid that with a wedding coming up faster than I thought possible and school starting, I’ve fallen behind. But never fear! I’ve got some great posts, including projects, planned for the next weeks. Thanks, readers!)



Artist and crafter Maggie Wolcott writes about craft events in and around Spokane, as well as her own adventures in creating and repurposing. Her DwellWellNW posts include project and decorating ideas, recipes, reviews of events, and interviews with local artists. Maggie spends her days as an English professor, and when she’s not grading papers, she can generally be found with a paintbrush or scissors in hand. She can be reached at