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In brief: Mead’s ‘eye4art’ showcases local artists

Mead School District will have its eye on art during the fourth annual “eye4art” art show and auction, Feb. 21 from 2-6 p.m.

More than 30 professional local artists will be exhibited alongside work done by Mead School District students.

“Our silent auction will feature a Harold Balazs enamel and a piece from each showing artist,” show organizer Mark Barnes said. “Last year Balazs’ went for a song. Way under value. It more than paid for the admission.”

The event will include music from school ensembles and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds will go to the Mead Education Foundation. Admission is $10, $25 for a family and free for children 12 and under.

Call 456-6032 for more information or visit meadeducationfoundation.org.

Spokane County

Men needed for senior softball

Organizers are looking for men aged 60 and older to play elite competitive softball in U.S. Senior softball tournaments.

“We have great sponsors. Existing players have earned 20-plus world championships in the past,” said Dave Gunderson. “If you are a team player, can play and are competitive, we want you.”

Contacts are coach Pat Dalsanders at 466-6856, George Quiggle at 710-5243, and Gunderson at 928-7588.

Downtown

Ice Palace hosting tropical beach party

There’s a beach party Saturday at the Ice Palace at Riverfront Park. Between noon and 5 p.m., hula hoop contests and games of beach ball relay will help transform the Ice Palace into a tropical getaway.

Wear your best Hawaiian shirts and flip-flops. Skate rentals are free, thanks to sponsorship from Group Health Cooperative.

Don’t forget hats and gloves – or perhaps something warm to change into once the “beach fun” is over.

Call 456-4FUN or go to www.spokaneriverfrontpark.com for more information.

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