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UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 19, 2017

1. Nixon Rodeo 7:30 p.m. Friday, Knitting Factory, 919 W. Sprague Ave. A night of metal/punk rock with Spokane’s Nixon Rodeo, featuring Project Kings, Wasted Breath, Itchy Kitty. Admission: FREE

2. Arvid Lundin & Deep Roots 7 p.m. Friday, O’Shays Irish Pub, 313 E Coeur d’Alene Ave., Coeur d’Alene. Lively traditional and original Celtic music performed by Arvid Lundin (fiddle), Dave Beach (guitar, mandolin), Cherie Bronstein (bass) and Char Beach (guitar, bohdran, harp & vocals). (208) 667-4666. Admission: FREE

3. The Black and White Ball 7-11 p.m. Friday, Woman’s Club of Spokane, 1428 W. Ninth Ave. Monthly swing dance for dancers of all swing styles: Lindy, Hop, Charleston, East Coast, West Coast, Balboa, collegiate shag or country swing. For men and women of all ages. Come dressed in semi-formal black and/or white. (509) 838-5667. Admission: $5

4. The Round #25 8 p.m. Friday, The Bartlett, 228 W. Sprague Ave. A night of poetry, art, music and collaboration. Featuring Communist Daughter, Lauren Gilmore, Isaac Grambo, Ben Cartwright and Jenny Anne Mannan. (509) 747-2174. Admission: $5-$8

5. 29th Annual Inland Northwest RV Show and Sale 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N. Havana St., Spokane Valley. Eastern Washington’s largest RV Show with more than 170,000 square feet of RVs and accessories. Indoors in the heated Spokane Fair and Expo Center. Free parking. Admission: $8 (cash only), kids 12 and younger free with adult

6. Earth, Moon & Sun 3 p.m. Saturday, Spokane Falls Community College, Planetarium, Building 28, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. Recommended for ages 5 to 11. This amusing and educational planetarium show explores the relationship between Earth, moon and sun with the help of Coyote, a character adapted from Native American oral traditions. Learn why the sun rises and sets and the basics of fusion and solar energy. Examine the moon’s orbit, craters, phases and eclipses. Also, the show explores past and future space travel to our moon and beyond. (509) 533-3569. Admission: $6/adults $3/ages 3-18

7. “Blade Runner” 7 p.m. Monday, Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave. Spokesman-Review staff writer Nathan Weinbender hosts a screening of Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic “Blade Runner.” The film, starring Harrison Ford, is set in a futuristic Los Angeles in 2019 and centers on Ford’s character, a cop named Deckard, who hunts down and kills replicants (androids). The film has been modified and re-edited and the Bing will be screening a “final cut,” which was released in 2007 on the film’s 25th anniversary and is considered by the director to be the definitive version of “Blade Runner.” (509) 534-5805. Admission: $8.60 adults/$5.30 students (online), $10/$7 at the door.

8. WSU Brass Quintet 8 p.m. Tuesday, Washington State University, Bryan Hall Theatre, Wilson at Library Road, Pullman. Part of the WSU Faculty Artist Series. All proceeds from the sales of tickets will benefit the WSU School of Music scholarship fund. Tickets are available in the lobby 30 minutes before concert time. (509) 595-7426. Admission: $10/general, $5/seniors and students

9. The Enigma Infinite Tour 7 p.m. Wednesday, Palomino Club, 6425 N. Lidgerwood St. Hardcore rock with OSAS, the Ansible and Memories in Broken Glass. (509) 944-4911. Admission: $5-$10

10. Baroque Art Lecture Series 2 p.m. Sunday, Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, Eric A. Johnston Auditorium, 2316 W. First Ave. Presented by Meredith Shimizu, Whitworth University professor and art historian, she discusses “For Caravaggio’s Entombment, Perspective is Everything” and the baroque period, circa 1600-1725. (509) 456-3931. Info: $10

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