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The fourth-annual Crave Food and Drink Celebration, scheduled for July 15-19 at CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley, has been canceled.
Fourteen years after it opened to the public, the CenterPlace regional event center needs a new roof.
Spokane Valley resident shares how to achieve financial peace of mind
Normally the outdoor event sees 60 or more dogs entered, but occasional rain and snow, plus temperatures in the upper 30s, sent some little wieners home and forced the race under a tent.
Even though we’re not in the homeland of Germany, Oktoberfest celebrations will live on all weekend long at CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley. The fifth-annual Spokane Oktoberfest will feature all things Bavarian with food and beverages (Paulaner and brats), entertainment, two stages, indoor and outdoor events and games and free parking.
The Spokane Valley Farmers Market includes a beer garden, music, food trucks, local artisan crafters, food processors, farms, baked goods, produce and more.
Bigger and better than ever. These five words describe the third-annual Crave Food and Drink Celebration that took over CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley last Thursday through Saturday.
Standout dishes at Seafood Bash included Pan Seared Scallops with Mushroom Risotto from Cosmic Cowboy in Coeur d’Alene and Prosciutto-Wrapped Prawns With Pesto from Max at Mirabeau in Spokane Valley, and kudos to Emily Crawford of Eat Good Group and Doughlicious for the most daring offering of the night – ice cream made with Old Bay Seasoning!
The third-annual Crave Food and Drink Celebration is July 11-13, and Adam Hegsted, the mastermind behind Yards Bruncheon, Wandering Table, Incrediburger & Eggs, Gilded Unicorn, Le Catering and another downtown Spokane location opening in the near future (think Hot Pockets), among others, chatted about Crave over chicken fried steak and eggs at Cottage Café in Spokane Valley on a recent Friday afternoon.
Northwest Winterfest, a holiday-themed event scheduled to take place in Spokane Valley later this year, has been postponed due to concerns with the trade conflict between the U.S. and China.
The 2019 Crave Food and Drink Celebration, from July 11-13 at CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley, has announced its lineup of participating chefs and restaurants and four ticketed, VIP and walk-around tasting events, with pop-up event announcements to come at the three-day feast for foodies.
This year’s Crave Main Stage is focused on women in the culinary industry, and Michigan native chef Anita Lo is a perfect choice. Lo, who has a degree in French literature from Columbia and requested to go fishing while in town for Crave, was named by Food & Wine Magazine in 2001 as one of the 10 Best New Chefs in America.
When Spokane Valley City Councilwoman Linda Thompson was elected to the dais in 2017, she made a promise to give back to the community.
A new event celebrating the region’s diverse cultures with food, decorations and performances during the holiday season will debut in Spokane Valley next winter.
Spokane Valley City Council passed a measure that bars commercial, political and religious events on City Hall grounds.
The Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Stories of Good Will,” an expo-style event featuring more than 40 nonprofit organizations that will highlight their missions and share volunteer opportunities.
Kids looking for something to keep them busy during their winter break from school can sign up for the city of Spokane Valley’s annual “Winter Daze Cool Camp” at the CenterPlace Regional Event Center.
Candidates for the two House positions representing the 4th Legislative District shared vastly different views on health care, organized labor, immigration and other issues during a pair of debates Tuesday evening hosted by the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Hundreds flocked to this year’s Valleyfest on Saturday at the CenterPlace Regional Event Center and Maribeau Point Park in Spokane Valley.
This year, Valleyfest takes places Friday through Sunday at CenterPlace Regional Event Center, Mirabeau Point Park and Plantes Ferry Sports Complex.