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Let’s Talk Shop; Marketing: Curt from Well Dressed Walrus will give the presentation “When you clarify your message so your customers will listen.” Learn about elevator pitches, acquiring new leads and marketing in general. More information and tickets are available at Holiday Inn Express - Spokane Valley, 9220 E. Mission Ave., Spokane Valley. Free/members; $10/non-members.


Annual Convention: Reinke Manufacturing Company Inc., through Monday, Spokane Convention Center, 450 attendees.

Fall Family Weekend: Gonzaga University, Sunday, Gonzaga University, 2,400 attendees.

Fall Antique and Collectors Sale: Custer Enterprises, Sunday, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 8,000 attendees.

Northwest District Fall Conference: The Foursquare Church, Sunday-Thursday, 500 attendees.

Annual Conference: North American Association for Environmental Education, Tuesday-Oct. 14, Spokane Convention Center, 1,300 attendees.

Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys Fall Meeting: Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys, Wednesday-Friday, The Davenport Hotel, 200 attendees.

USA Powerlifting Raw Nationals: USA Powerlifting Washington State, Wednesday-Oct. 15, Centennial Hotel Spokane, 1,000 attendees.

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