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How to Start a New Business - SCORE Spokane will host this workshop, which will include information on legal, tax, insurance, accounting, business planning and funding topics. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 801 W. Riverside Ave., Suite 444. For information or to register, visit or call (509) 353-2821. $25/advance; $40/at the door; $15/additional person from the same company.


Inland Northwest World Trade Day – Greater Spokane Incorporated’s International Trade program and the U.S. Commercial Service will give local companies, organizations, and individuals the opportunity to learn and explore various aspects of conducting business internationally, as well as receive updates on foreign policy and world events that impact the global business climate. 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Spokane Community College, Lair Building, 1810 N. Greene St. $75. For more information and registration, visit https:// events/2323.


Lilac Bloomsday Run – Sunday, Spokane Convention Center, 50,000 attendees.

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services Children’s Justice Conference – Sunday-Wednesday, Spokane Convention Center, 1,200 attendees.

Residential Child and Youth Care Professionals Trainer Certification Course - Monday-Wednesday, DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center, 13 attendees.

Washington State Juvenile Detention Managers’ Conference – Wednesday-Friday, Red Lion River Inn Spokane, 20 attendees.

Move Productions Dance Competition - Saturday-May 8, Spokane Convention Center, 3,000 attendees.

Energy OutWest Conference – Saturday-May 14, the Davenport Grand Hotel, 800 attendees.

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