LIBERTY LAKE – On Wednesday, local artist Natalie Gauvin will introduce a new rotating art program for the Liberty Lake Library. She will also be speaking about art history, along with sharing her own work.
Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, call (509) 844-6857.
For a preview of the program and Gauvin’s work, go to www.gauvindesigns. blogspot.com.
Fashion show will benefit food bank
SPOKANE VALLEY – Future professionals at Paul Mitchell the School, at 15303 E. Sprague Ave. in Spokane Valley, will host a charity fashion show next Saturday at 7 p.m.
The fashion show will include clothes from Coco’s Boutique in the Spokane Valley Mall being model by Paul Mitchell students, family members, and members of the community. There will also be a silent auction for items including a spa package from Planet Beach, a $50 gift certificate from Coco’s Boutique and a $50 gift certificate from Paul Mitchell.
Cost for the event is $5 or three cans of food per person. All proceeds will benefit the Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank.
For more information, call (509) 924-7454.
History presentation at Hutton Settlement
SPOKANE VALLEY – In honor of Archaeology Month in October, the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum will host a day of historical presentations next Saturday. Called “Walk Your History,” the gathering will be from 10 a.m. to noon at the Hutton Settlement, 9907 E. Wellesley Ave.
There will be historic photos, maps and objects on display. Museum director Jayne Singleton will speak on D.C. Corbin and the irrigation of the Valley with a walk to the Corbin Irrigation Ditch structure. The history of the Hutton Settlement will be presented along with a limited tour of the facility.
Members of the Spokane Tribe Preservation Office will speak about their ancestral land in the area.
The event is free to the public but those planning to attend are asked to make reservations by calling (509) 922-4570.
Permit forum planned Thursday
SPOKANE VALLEY – Spokane Valley city officials will conduct a forum Thursday for developers and others interested in the city’s building and planning permit process.
The meeting is billed as an opportunity to discuss how well the city is achieving its goal of improving its permit service.
The public forum will be from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave.
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