1. Street Music Week Noon-1 p.m., Monday-Friday, downtown Spokane, downtown Coeur d’Alene and the Garland District. Doug Clark may have retired from The Spokesman-Review, but Street Music Week lives on. Now in its 16th year, volunteer musicians will entertain passers-by during the lunch hour in various locations, collection cash donations for the Second Harvest Food Bank. So far, Street Music Week has $180,000 to help feed people in the Inland Northwest. This year, Clark is hoping to pass the $200,000 mark, and he’s always looking for volunteer performers. www.streetmusicweek.com. Admission: FREE
2. Pride27 Spokane Noon-10 p.m. Saturday, downtown Spokane. The 27th annual Pride Parade begins at noon at Spokane Falls Boulevard and Stevens Street with a festival continuing until 6 p.m. in Riverfront Park. An all-ages dance party will follow at nYne until 10 p.m., when the celebration will close with fireworks. Odyssey Youth Movement will host a teen zone and Delta Dental will host a family area. https://outspokane.org/. Admission: FREE
3. Spokane Record Expo 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Community Building, 35 W. Main Ave. All door and table rent proceeds will benefit KYRS. For information about becoming a vendor, please contact KYRS at (509) 747-3012. Early admission begins at 9 a.m. Admission: $2; $10/early admissionPhone:(509) 232-1950Website:http://community-building.org/More like this:Benefits/Fund-raisers, Music, Things to do
4. Motopony 10 p.m. Saturday, The Bartlett, 228 W. Sprague Ave. The Seattle-based indie pop “band of outsiders” hits the the road with Ezra Bell, who is celebrating the release of their self-titled full-length debut. (509) 747-2174. Admission: $8-$10
5. 2018 Coeur d’Alene Artist Studio Tour 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Coeur d’Alene. See the creative process in action as local artists open their studios and share their talents in and around the Coeur d’Alene area. Fine artwork on display and for sale including pottery, oil painting, jewelry, sculpture, metal art, drawings, acrylics, glass work and more. Visit www.artsandculturecda.org/artists-studio-tour/ for participating locations. Hours are daily 10 a.m.-4 p.m, June 9-10. with artist reception 5-8 p.m. Friday at Emerge Studio, 208 N. Fourth St. (208)-691-9578. Admission: $10 general, free for students.
6. Spokane’s Musical Legacy 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, North Spokane Library, 44 E. Hawthorne Road. From Bing Crosby to Ryan Lewis, Spokane has been the scene of a rich and varied musical history. This presentation shares the familiar (and perhaps unfamiliar) names and places that have provided a soundtrack for life in the Inland Northwest. (09) 893-8350. Admission: FREE
7. “Chaos in Camelot” Friday through June 16, showtimes 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday with a 2 p.m. Saturday matinee, Liberty Lake Community Theatre, 22910 E. Appleway Ave., Suite 1, Liberty Lake. In the kingdom of Camelot, Morgan Le Fay and her bumbling assistants are plotting to get rid of King Arthur. Queen Guinevere, trying to help, makes everything worse by giving a magic potion to Lancelot. Will Arthur find the answer to the ogre’s question? Will Lancelot run off with Guinevere? And who will stop Morgan – the sword-happy knights, the man-crazy ladies, the minstrel who can’t sing or perhaps Merlin? www.libertylaketheatre.com/. Admission: $10
8. Tapestry Baroque Quartet 2 p.m. Sunday, Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, 127 E. 12th Ave. Concert will be performed by Jill Cathy, oboe; Karen Stahl, flute; Gwen Innes, cello and Gretchen Ramey, harpsichord; with guest artist Elizabeth Lund, violin, with a reception to follow. (509) 838-4277. Admission: FREE
9. DBST 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Big Dipper, 171 S. Washington St. Olympia-based funk/soul outfit is touring the Northwest and hitting Spokane this weekend. With support and grooves from Spokane’s Fat Lady. (509) 863-8098. Admission: $7-$9
10. Emerge Pop Up Show 5 p.m. Friday, The White House, 805 Sherman Ave., Coeur d’Alene. Coeur d’Alene’s Emerge Gallery presents a one-night-only art party featuring dozens of local artists and an eclectic lineup of live performances. Showcasing a large collection of up and coming artists, including interactive art, film and on-site printing. Admission: FREE
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