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The Spokane Symphony's Gala 2020 streams live at 7 p.m. Thursday at event.gives/sso/. During the fundraising event, music director James Lowe will discuss his thoughts on live music for 2021, and there will, of course, be plenty of music from symphony musicians and special guests.
The line was just as long as it's always been for ramen at the Spokane Buddhist Temple in the South Perry District. That's good news for the church, which is seeking funds to fix their roof.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few was among a handful of honorees Friday at the 15th annual Dick Vitale Gala, a fundraiser for the V Foundation.
You can still wear white and sip chilled chardonnay or champagne, but your outfit could easily be workout wear or pajamas, and since you won’t be driving anywhere, you can help yourself to a second glass.
This year has not been kind to Emerge. The Coeur d'Alene-based art space kicked off the new year by dealing with a fire that left Emerge displaced and unable to host workshops. Things were looking up, though, when Emerge signed a lease on a new location.
The Dick Vitale Gala, which will honor Gonzaga coach Mark Few and several prominent figures in sports, will become a virtual event in September.
Former President Barack Obama raised more than $4 million from 120,000 individual donors ahead of his first fundraiser for presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Despite the limitations of moving buskers off Spokane street corners and into Facebook feeds, Street Music Week founder Doug Clark says donations stayed strong throughout this year’s virtual event.
“With the events that have taken place over the past several days, built on generations of trauma and violence, the organizers of All in WA have decided to reschedule All in WA: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief to Wednesday, June 24.”
Eight months after being slammed for days by Hurricane Dorian’s sustained 185-mph winds, life is slowly returning to normal for Quentin Hall and his family in his native Bahamas. There is always something that requires his attention, whether it’s replacing the family car that finally gave out or finding the rare available carpenter to work on the bathroom.
The Washington Policy Center will hold its annual dinner Oct. 16 at the Davenport Grand Hotel.
The Showcase celebrity golf event, which raises money to fight cancer in the Inland Northwest, won’t take place this next summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Comedienne Sarah Colonna (“Shameless,” “Insatiable,” “Chelsea Lately”) will go live on her Instagram @sarahcolonna1 tonight at 7:30 p.m. to help raise money for the out-of-work staff at the Spokane Comedy Club.
Those who purchased tickets to the concert, which was scheduled to take place Thursday at the Fox, will receive a refund.
The West Valley Outdoor Learning Center is asking for a little help for its feathered friends. The building that houses the facility’s birds of prey is in need of an upgrade and a Rolling for Raptors event Saturday at Roller Valley will raise money for the improvements.
Central Valley School District middle schools have collected 13,117 pounds of food through their “Fill the Bus” food drive
While people aplenty were glued to their iPhones and laptops and/or recovering from Thanksgiving weekend on Cyber Monday, the volunteers of Christmas Tree Elegance were busy installing 18 trees to begin another successful year of fundraising.
Jake Peterson said ideas started going through his head for how he could help kids in need of shoes two weeks. He started a Facebook page for donations about a week ago and said he’d be at McEuen Park from 10 a.m. until at least 6 p.m. Saturday challenging people to one-on-one basketball. The loser has to pay $5 for the fundraiser.
Proceeds from the Oct. 5 dinner at the Riverside Place event center will go toward bringing speakers to Spokane on “tough or controversial issues,” according to the institute’s director, Cornell Clayton.
Another friend posted his time from a weekend marathon, explaining that it was both a personal record at the distance (26.22 miles, to be exact), and a qualifying time for the Boston Marathon for his age group. I hope he gets the chance to run in Boston. For a runner, that’s the one you dream of running someday. But on this particular Sunday I was in awe.