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In brief: Learn how to self-publish

From Local Reports

SPOKANE COUNTY – Area seniors will have an opportunity to learn about publishing as part of the Institute for Extended Learning ACT 2 seniors program.

Classes include self-publishing, creating characters and learning techniques to create a solid plot. All seminars are at the Southside Senior Activity Center, 3151 E. 27th Ave.

For a full list of classes, dates, times, cost and to register visit www.iel.spokane.edu/ACT2.

Halloweenie Open House set

SEVEN MILE – The Dachshund Club of Spokane is getting ready for the spookiest of holidays with its Happy Halloweenie Open House on Oct. 27, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., to benefit the Dachshund Rescue Northwest.

Dog lovers are welcome to bring their wiener dogs, dressed for Halloween, along with a favorite potluck dish big enough to feed six people.

Cost is $5 donation per dog to benefit Dachshund Rescue Northwest’s rescued pooches. Reservations are requested.

To RSVP and for more information about the open house call (509) 796-2140. 

For information about Dachshund Rescue Northwest visit www.spokanewienerdogs.org or to see adoptable Dachshunds visit www.drnw.petfinder.com.

Ice Palace will open Oct. 26

RIVERSIDE – The Riverfront Park Ice Palace opening has been postponed to Oct. 26 because of unseasonably warm weather. The Ice Palace was originally set to open Friday.

Riverfront Park Assistant Manager Debby Dodson reported that “the warm conditions make it very difficult to be sure we won’t lose the ice overnight and have to build it back up again.”

And when it opens, the Ice Palace will have a new Olympia ice resurfacer.

After 35 years of service the Zamboni has been retired.

Chili cook-off Saturday

SPOKANE COUNTY – The Spokane County District 9 Firefighters and Spokane County Librarians will fight it out for the title of tastiest chili in the Firefighters vs. Librarians Chili Cook-Off on Saturday at the North Spokane Library, 44 E. Hawthorne Road, from 3 to 5 p.m.

Visitors will taste the entries and cast votes to determine the chili champion.

The cook-off is a family event. Firefighters will bring fire trucks for children to check out.

For more information call Ellen Peters at (509) 893-8358.

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