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Tuesday

Spokane Regional Traffic Management Center Tour - Join SRTMC, Electronics Manager Becky Spangle and Operations Manager Mike Cress for a tour of the operations room. Staff work around the clock, year-round reacting to events that impact travel and safety. The room features more than 100 live streaming camera feeds, 23 variable message signs, 10 highway advisory radio transmitters and hundreds of traffic signals. Registration includes a presentation, tour and lunch. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Spokane Intermodal Center, 221 W. First Ave. $10-$30.

Conventions

United States National Conference - Aglow International, through Monday, Spokane Convention Center, 3,300 attendees.

Spokane National College Fair - National Association for College Admission Counseling, Tuesday, Spokane Convention Center, 6,000 attendees.

YogaFit Mind Body Fitness Conference - YogaFit Training Systems, Wednesday-Nov. 11, The Davenport Grand, 200 attendees.

Annual Conference - Tilth Alliance, Friday-Nov. 12, Spokane Convention Center, 350 attendees.

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