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Friday, October 30, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Riverkeeper fundraiser supports Spokane River stewardship

The annual fundraising event for the Spokane Riverkeeper.
The annual fundraising event for the Spokane Riverkeeper.

RIVERS -- The Spokane Riverkeeper's annual fundraiser, formerly 'Dirty Martinis for Clean Water,' is revised this year to get the WORD out about river stewardhip.

On Oct.13, the new "Spoken River" event will incorporate art into an evening of river-focused works by local authors Maya Zeller, Shawn Vestal and Jack Nisbet.

The Riverkeeper will offer an update on the year's river projects in a creative way, with the debut of the reality show "Keeping up with the Keeper."

Photography by Silver Bow Flyshop's Michael Visintainer will highlight some of the Riverkeeper's work.

What's going on at this event?

6 p.m. doors open for drinks and mingling

6:30-8 p.m

HEAR river-focused works read by local authors Maya Zeller, Shawn Vestal, and Jack Nisbet.
SEE what the Riverkeeper has been up to through the photography of last year’s River Hero Award recipient Silver Bow Fly Shop’s Michael Visintainer.
WATCH the world premiere of the Spokane Riverkeeper’s reality show ‘Keeping up with the Keepers.'
EAT & DRINK Appetizers, wine, and beer.
GIVE your support to the cleanest, greenest, meanest (only to polluters) environmental justice program in Spokane!

Tickets are $50 and include 2 drink tickets.
A table of 8 is $350 and includes 20 drink tickets

Purchase tickets at and Mountain Gear.

Rich Landers
Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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