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Jan. 10, 2021, 2 p.m.
With the coronavirus pandemic canceling most in-person events, the libraries are figuring out ways to share the joy of the arts with patrons. "Folks really enjoy the act of creation and sharing those creations," said Erin Haight, a technology programs specialist at the Lab at the North Spokane Library.
Jan. 10, 2021, 11 a.m.
E is for edge. U is for uphill. Z is for zipper. These are just a few of the submissions we’ve received as part of the A to Z Scavenger Hunt sponsored by The Spokesman-Review and Dishman Hills Conservancy. To play along, go outside and find something that represents each letter of the alphabet.
Dec. 28, 2020, 4 a.m.
Baby, it's cold outside. So throw on some layers and get ready to explore. To encourage families to do just that, The Spokesman-Review and Dishman Hills Conservancy are hosting an A to Z Scavenger Hunt. "Going outside gives us exercise, enjoyment and connection to the real world," said Jeff Lambert, executive director of the Dishman Hills Conservancy.
Dec. 21, 2020, 4 a.m.
Brightly decorated mittens brought an extra dose of holiday cheer when the judges at The Spokesman-Review gathered (masked, of course) last week. There were so many beautiful mittens to choose from, and here are the winners of this year's mitten coloring contest. In the ages 0-4 category, winners took advantage of a whole rainbow of colors.