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This list is updated weekly with events and suggestions on what to see, hear, do, taste, and where to volunteer in the Spokane area.
March 6th - March 22nd
Interplayers Theater, 174 S. Howard St.
Feb. 27-March 15. John Barrymore, legendary actor and Hollywood star of such classics as “Grand Hotel,” “Dinner at Eight,” “Twentieth Century” and “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde,” reminisces about his life, his loves and his battle with the bottle all the while attempting to rehearse a revival of “Richard III.” Performances are Wednesdays-Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.; Early Bird Night on March 7 at 6:30 p.m.; and 2 p.m. matinees on Saturdays and Sundays.
$12/students; $28/adults; $22/military and seniors
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
Whitworth University, 300 W. Hawthorne Rd, Spokane, WA
March 7-15. Jane Austen play presented by Whitworth Theatre and adapted by Jon Jory and directed by Brooke Kiener. Iconic characters, clever witticism, and multiple marriage proposals … what’s not to love? Shows Friday-Saturday and Monday-Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.
$6/students and seniors; $8/adult
Pend Oreille Playhouse, 240 N. Union Ave., Newport, WA
March 8, 7pm
A concert of Irish traditional music and step dancing. The Celtic Nots will be joined by Irish step dancers, the Turner Sisters, who also perform with The Haran Irish Dancers. Proceeds from the concert support the Pend Oreille Players.
UNCLE D’S COMEDY UNDERGROUND
Uncle D’s Comedy Underground, 2721 N. Market St.
Stand-up comedy every Thursday. Sign-ups at 7 p.m.; comedy at 8 p.m. Live professional comedy every Friday and Saturday night. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; shows start at 8 p.m.
The Blue Door Theater, 815 W. Garland Ave., Spokane, WA
Safari is our fast-paced short-form Improv Show. The format is generally game based and relies on audience suggestions to fuel each scene. This show is not rated and is not suitable for all ages. You can expect adult language and situations, not recommended for children under 15 years old.
Feb. 22nd, March 1-29th (Every Saturday)
BAKIN’ FAT BLUES REVUE
Chateau Rive, Flour Mill, 621 W. Mallon Ave., Spokane, WA
March 7th: Presenting Bakin’ Phat & Kenny James Miller Band
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
Riverpoint Campus Academic Center, 600 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Rm 20 (basement level), Spokane, WA
Lobna Saeed, PhD, Whitworth Fulbright scholar from Cairo, Egypt, is the keynote speaker. Part of EWU Women’s Studies program.
SPOKANE JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, WA
Presenting their Spring concert, “The Piano Man,” featuring jazz pianist Brent Edstrom, paying homage to the legends of jazz piano, including his own outstanding arrangements and compositions, Under the direction of Tom Molter. Also, SJO presents “Young Giants of Jazz,” the student outreach program of Spokane’s finest high school jazz musicians who are members of the Spokane Area Jazz Ensembles.
WSU – Pullman, Jones Theatre, Daggy Hall, 1060 E. College Ave., Pullman, WA
March 12, 7:70a
With origins deeply rooted in the southern counties of Ireland, Caladh Nua captures the essential qualities of traditional Irish music and balances them finely with an innovative contemporary style. From slow airs and plaintive vocals hauntingly delivered to modern arrangements played with virtuosity and spell-binding flair, both the history and future of Irish music spark to life with a charismatic verve. Comprised of five versatile musicians and singers, Caladh Nua is a young ensemble on the rise.
$10/students/youth; $20/adults; $16/seniors
TRIATHLON 101: TRAINING CONCEPTS
REI, 2236 N Monroe St., Spokane, WA
March 11th, 6-8:00PM
This class discusses training concepts, training plans, equipment required for triathlon training and the overall concepts of competing in a sprint distance triathlon. Geared for the beginner or first timer, this class will give ample time for questions and answers.
REI, 1125 N Monroe St., Spokane, WA
March 13th, 7-8:30PM
REI will take the mystery out of Backpacking with an overview of planning, preparation and gear. Learn how to choose a pack, select proper clothing and footwear. Plus, we'll give you important notes on trail etiquette and Leave No Trace principles. Let REI help you understand what you need to reach your destination.
WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE CLASS
Warrior Camp, 5027 E. Trent Ave., Spokane, WA
March 15, 1-2PM
Learn practical and applicable defense methods that you could confidently use in an emergency. $10/class
OPEN MIC NIGHT
O’Shays Iris Pub, 313 Coeur d’Alene Lake Dr., Coeur d’Alene, ID
Hosted by Tony Prka
Woman's Club of Spokane, 1428 W 9th Ave Spokane, WA 99204-3310, Spokane WA
Contra Dance at Spokane Women’s club every Wednesday evening. Free lessons available at 7 p.m. Its best to wear comfortable shoes with slick soles for this lively dance form with plenty of movement.
$5/Members and Students; $7/Non-Members; Free/Children
INTRO TO BOLLYWOOD
The Warehouse, 800 N. Hamilton St. Upstairs Studio
Bollywood is known for its wonderful musicals. These musicals often involve Belly Dance and folkloric dances. Nadiyah will teach Belly Dance with the flavors of India. No dance experience is needed. Held Thursdays, 7-8 p.m., March 6-April 24.
$15/Class; $80/8 Classes
INTRO TO BELLY DANCE
The Warehouse, 800 N. Hamilton St., Upstairs Studio (Spokane, WA)
Learn the art of the Middle East, more commonly known as Belly Dance. Classes held Tuesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., March 11-April 29.
$15/class; $80/Eight Classes
SPOKANE CHIEFS HOCKEY
Spokane Arena, 720 W. Mallon Ave., Spokane, WA
Feb. 19, vs. Prince Albert; Sat., Feb. 22, vs. Kootenay; Sun., Feb. 23, vs. Kamloops (5:05 p.m.); Fri., Feb. 28, vs. Portland; Sat., Mar. 1, vs. Tri-City; Wed., Mar. 12, vs. Everett; Fri., Mar. 14, vs. Tri-City
KIDS EXPLORE AND DISCOVER CLUB
GO SKIING OR SNOWBOARDING!
REI, 1125 N Monroe St
Save on Schweitzer and Mt. Spokane lift tickets! Visit the Spokane REI website for more details.
RIVERFRONT PARK ICE PALACE
Riverfront Park, 507 N. Howard St. Spokane, WA
The outdoor covered skating rink is open for the season until March 2. Open Tuesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesdays-Thursdays, 7-8:30 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10 p.m., closed Mondays. Lunch Bunch skating held Tuesdays-Fridays, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for $4.50, includes skate rental; After School Special for ages 17 and younger held Tuesdays-Fridays, 2-5 p.m., for $4.50, includes skate rental; College Night (ID required) on Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m. for $1, skate rental extra; AAA Discount Night (coupon required for free admission) on Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m., skate rental extra; Thursday Nights, 7-8:30 p.m., $2, skate rental extra.
SPOKANE RESTAURANT WEEK
$18-$28 for a 3-course meal!
Feb 21-March 6
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Whether it’s giving a cancer patient a ride to chemotherapy, putting together a team for Relay For Life®, or sending an email to family and friends about our cancer screening guidelines, there are multiple ways you can get involved in the Society’s lifesaving mission.
Get the spirit of camaraderie and compassion by volunteering with the American Cancer Society.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SPOKANE COUNTY
Boys and Girls Club provides "a positive place for kids," while volunteers have the opportunity to instill in children a sense of competence, usefulness, and belonging.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY - SPOKANE
Ecumenical nonprofit Christian ministry dedicated to bringing the affluent and less affluent together as a community to build decent, affordable housing for all God's people in need.
HOSPICE OF SPOKANE
Hospice of Spokane has served the terminally ill and their families in Spokane County since 1976. As a Hospice volunteer, you will become part of a health care team, consisting of a nurse, social worker, counselors, therapists, and chaplain. Because there are so many ways to serve, you have a choice of how you may use your skills.
You can help us help the animals through: Blankets, towels. Fundraising projects. Adopt or Foster a pet. Tell your friends!
Second Harvest is looking for community-minded individuals to be part of our “core volunteer” program. If you have dedication, resiliency (and a healthy sense of humor), please consider joining our team of core volunteers. Contact Debbie Clemens for more information at 252-6257 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S FREE RESTAURANT
Located in one of Washington State's poorest neighborhoods, the WCFR emphasizes the social aspects of sharing a meal and provides a safe, dignified setting for women and children. Trained volunteers serve dinners, restaurant style, at shared tables.
UNION GOSPEL MISSION
Volunteer at either the Men's Mission or Anna Ogden Hall by serving meals, organizing drives, stocking and sorting donations, adopting a family for Christmas, decorating residential rooms, planting flowers, and more. Donate food, gently used clothing, personal care items, bus tokens, or money