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Spokane Winter Glow - Through Jan. 1. Cowley Park will become “Christmas Park” for 40 days during the holiday season. There will be lights high up in tress and displays throughout the park. Enjoy the music and animation by walking through the park. The park is decorated especially for children on the fifth floor of the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital to look out and enjoy. Cowley Park is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues on Division St. Free.

Ongoing

Spokane Winter Glow - Through Jan. 1. Cowley Park will become “Christmas Park” for 40 days during the holiday season. There will be lights high up in tress and displays throughout the park. Enjoy the music and animation by walking through the park. The park is decorated especially for children on the fifth floor of the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital to look out and enjoy. Cowley Park is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues on Division St. Free.

Saturday

Spokane Winter Glow - Through Jan. 1. Cowley Park will become “Christmas Park” for 40 days during the holiday season. There will be lights high up in tress and displays throughout the park. Enjoy the music and animation by walking through the park. The park is decorated especially for children on the fifth floor of the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital to look out and enjoy. Cowley Park is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues on Division St. Free.

Sunday

Spokane Winter Glow - Through Jan. 1. Cowley Park will become “Christmas Park” for 40 days during the holiday season. There will be lights high up in tress and displays throughout the park. Enjoy the music and animation by walking through the park. The park is decorated especially for children on the fifth floor of the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital to look out and enjoy. Cowley Park is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues on Division St. Free.

“Bell of the Last Night” - Everyone who attends Joya-E New Year’s Service will participate in the ringing of the “calling bell” 108 times during the service, which symbolically rings out the 108 delusions of woman and man and rings in aspiration to overcome ignorance, greed and anger in the coming year. The service is 40 minutes. 7 p.m. Spokane Buddhist Temple, 927 S. Perry St. Free. (509) 534-7954.

Monday

Spokane Winter Glow - Through Jan. 1. Cowley Park will become “Christmas Park” for 40 days during the holiday season. There will be lights high up in tress and displays throughout the park. Enjoy the music and animation by walking through the park. The park is decorated especially for children on the fifth floor of the Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital to look out and enjoy. Cowley Park is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues on Division St. Free.

Coeur d’Alene Polar Bear Plunge/A Reason For Freezen - Every year on New Year’s Day the good people of Coeur d’ Alene meet to do the Polar Bear Plunge on Sanders Beach. Please bring donations that A Reason for Freezen will collect and donate on your behalf to St. Vincent dePaul of North Idaho. Let’s Warm Up Cd’A!Everything from socks, blankets, towels, toiletries, shoes. You name it we will be collecting it. We will also be accepting cash or check donations. Please make your checks out to St. Vincent de Paul of North Idaho and in the Subject Line write A Reason for Freezen. Noon. Sanders Beach at Lakeshore Drive and 12th Street, Coeur d’Alene Donations. (208) 416-4726.

Tuesday

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