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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.

September 21st - October 4th


Sideways Cinema

Thursday September 25, 9PM; $3

Blue Door Theatre, 815 w Garland Ave, Spokane WA

We find the best of the worst Classic Sci-fi Shows turn off the sound and tell you a brand new. All-Improvised on the spot story. This show is rated for mature audiences.

.Phone: 509.747.7045


Improv Jam Sessions

Monday September 21, 7-9PM; $5 per session

Blue Door Theatre, 815 W Garland Ave, Spokane WA

Join us for an evening of open format Improv.  Our Improv Jam sessions are an opportunity to get together to try something new, brush off the rust, polish your skills and just have fun.  Each session will be led by a Blue Door Theatre Troupe member. This is an informal get together and is not considered an Improv class. Some Improv experience preferred but not necessary. For Ages 18 and over.

Phone: 509.747.7045

I Saw You

Friday September 25, 8PM; $7

Blue Door Theatre, 815 W Garland Ave, Spokane WA

Let us bring your guilty pleasure alive - we all do it - read those anonymous Cheers and Jeers/I Saw You ​​postings in the back of our favorite weekly magazines.  Join the BDT Players as they pull the comedy from these postings. We encourage you to bring your favorite (family friendly) posting. This show is rated for General Audiences.

Phone: 509.747.7045


Saturday, September 26th 9PM; $7

Blue Door Theatre, 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.  Suggested for those 16 and over.

Phone: 509.747.7045

I Saw You: After Dark

Friday September 25, 10PM; $7

Blue Door Theatre, 815 W Garland St Spokane WA  

We are blasting the rating off our monthly 8:00 p.m. Friday Long Form Show. No General Audience Rating - No Rating!  That's right unrated.  This show will contain adult language and situations - not recommended for those under 16 years old.

Phone: 509.747.7045

Spokane Chiefs Hockey

Saturday September 26, 7:00PM; Prices vary by seat

Spokane7, Spokane Arena 720 W Mallon Ave

Gates open one hour prior to game time. VS. Tri-City Americans.

Phone: 509.279.7000



Hollywood Undead  

Monday September 21, 7:30PM; $25

Spokane7, Knitting Factory 919 W Sprague Ave Spokane WA

With Crown the Empire and I Prevail.

Phone: 1.866.468.7623



Thursday October 1, 8PM; $25

Spokane7, The Knitting Factory 919 W Sprague Ave Spokane

Heavy metal music with guest Symphony X playing alternative rock.

Phone: 866.468.7623


Big Gigantic

Sunday October 4, 8PM; $20

Spokane7, The Knitting Factory 919 W Sprague Ave Spokane

Get On Up Tour with special guest The Floozies. Blend of mind-bending beats, thunderous bass and frenetic melodies.

Phone: 1.866.468.7623


Sunday September 27, 6PM; $20

Spokane7, INB Performing Arts Center 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd

On the heels of the “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” 2015 Spring Tour, the Grammy-nominated mega group hits the road again. The tour will feature Dove Award-nominated pop/rock band Hawk Nelson, along with special guest Grammy-nominated Gotee singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson.




Vintage Swing Night

September 28; $5

Spokane7, Satori Dance 122 S Monroe St

Introductory lessons to the big band and jump blues sounds of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s. No experience necessary, no partner necessary, no fancy clothes necessary. Wear comfortable clothes, shoes that support your feet, lots of time to practice before and after class.

Phone: 509.919.9162


Colville Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

Monday September 21-October 31st , $7 general $5 Ages 5-12

Spokane7, Knight Farms 73 Oakshott Road Colville, WA

12-acre corn maze with miles of trails. Mondays-Thursdays, 4 p.m.-dark, Fridays, 4-8 p.m. and Saturdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

Phone: 509.684.6751


7th Annual Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk

Saturday September 26, 9AM; $12/adult, $8/child

Spokane7, Discovery Playground 2426 N Discovery Place Spokane Valley

This is the signature event for Valleyfest. The mile walk is perfect for friends and family of all ages. After the walk, join Ds Connections for a morning filled with snacks, games and drawings of locally donated items.

Phone: 208.660.6707


Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival

Saturday September 26-November 1, Evening: $17/general, Day: $9/general

Spokane7, Riverfront Park 507 N Howard St Spokane WA

Five-week celebration of Chinese culture featuring massive lanterns, amazing performances and incredible food. In addition to 31 massive displays of hundreds of individual lanterns, the Lantern Festival features nightly cultural performances and demonstrations, children’s activities, including Chinese calligraphy and fascinating historic displays chronicling nearly 5,000 years of Chinese culture of strength, skill, grace, beauty and humor. James-Beard-featured chef Jeremy Hanson and a slate of local guest chefs will host a culinary tour of the diverse and centuries-old regional heritage of China. Evening sessions held daily and day sessions (weekends before 4 p.m.) held Saturdays and Sundays. Senior Nights are Mondays and Tuesdays. Festival hours are Sundays-Thursdays, 5-10 p.m.; Fridays-Saturdays, 5-11 p.m.; and daytime Saturdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Daily performances by actors, artisans and acrobats each night at 6 and 8 p.m.


Fall Hiking Primer with Rich Landers

Wednesday, September 23 2015, 7:00 PM  –  8:30 PM; FREE

Spokane REI, 1125 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99201

The bugs and crowds are gone, skies are clear, and the landscape is transforming into a colorful palate - all reasons to hit the trail in autumn! Rich Landers will share tips and destinations from his three-plus decades of exploring the Inland Northwest as The Spokesman-Review's Outdoors editor. As a member of the Spokane Mountaineers and author of 100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest and Day Hiking Eastern Washington, Landers has a pretty good handle on what's out there and how to reach it.

Refresh Your Run

Thursday, September 24, 2015 7:00 PM  –  8:30 PM; FREE  

REI, 1125 N Monroe St Spokane WA 99210

So, you want to be a runner? Whether you are just starting or are getting 'back on track,' this class will help you get in the groove and provide training and technique insights to get you back in shape and/or prepare for your upcoming 5-10K or more. Join our Running Specialists to review and learn about training tips, injury prevention, secondary training strategies, and qualities of a runner. Additionally, we will spend some time outside working on running form and exercises to help build your strength, flexibility, and endurance. If you wish to participate, please dress accordingly for light activities, drills, and exercises.


Riverfront Park Attractions

September 14- October 8, 11AM- 5PM; FREE

Spokane7, Riverfront Park 507 N Howard St Spokane WA

Looff Carrousel & Gift Shop: Daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Spokane Falls SkyRide: Daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tour Train: Daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 509.625.6600


Friday September 25- Sunday 27th, 7AM; FREE

Spokane7, Mirabeau Meadows Park 13500 E Mirabeau Parkway Spokane Valley

The three-day event provides entertainment for the entire family, an opportunity to meet and have fun with neighbors with lots of booths to explore, free entertainment and recognizing area youth for their talents.

Phone: 509.922.3299


Bloomfest 2015

Saturday September 26, 11AM- 5:30PM; FREE

Spokane7, Center Place 2426 N Discovery Place Spokane Valley

Mother and Baby Expo. Workshops, exhibit hall and workshops from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., kid activities, resources, film screening from 4-5:30 p.m., raffles and more. Register online and receive a free raffle ticket.

Phone: 509.994.1002

Spokane Duck Waddle 5K Fun Run

Sunday September 27, Check in at 11AM; $15

Spokane7, Riverfront Park Floating Dock 507 N Howard St Spokane WA

Fun, family-oriented, timed 5K through the park. Check-in starts at 11 a.m. with race starting at 12:30 p.m. There will be a family fun fair from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The El Katif Rubber Duck race down the river begins at 2 p.m. Tickets available at www.tinyurl.com/DuckWaddle2015

Phone: 509.455.7844


Oktoberfest at the River

Friday September 25- Sunday 27th, 11AM

Spokane7, Spokane Convention Center 334 W Spokane Falls Blvd

An authentic German event with an all new family-oriented celebration of Oktoberfest. Festivities will include live entertainment with Manuela Horn, an Austrian yodeling Amazon, live German music, stein races, beer garden, family activities, wiener dog races and more. Hours are Friday, noon-midnight with free admission from noon-3 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.–midnight; and Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. with 1/2 price admission Family Day. The event benefits the German American Society of Spokane.

Phone: 509.621.0125


Fall Festival of Homes

September 25-27 and October 2-4, 10AM-5PM; FREE

Spokane7, Phone: 509.532.4990

The Spokane Home Builders Association presents the annual event featuring 30 newly constructed homes in the Spokane Valley, North and South neighborhoods from 18 of Spokane’s finest builders. Open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Those interested in viewing these beautiful homes can choose to begin their tour at one of the eight “host sites.”


Garage Sale

Saturday October 3, 8AM-3PM; FREE

Spokane REI, 1125 N Monroe St Spokane  

Score epic deals at our Garage Sale! You'll find slightly used or returned gear and clothing for way less than what you'd pay for it new. Quantities are limited, items are sold as is, and all sales are final. But at these prices, you won't care!



Total Wine Event

Saturday September 26th 1PM; $20

Spokane7, Total Wine and More 9980 N Newport Highway Spokane WA

Joseph Wagner Livestream Tasting Event.

Phone: 509.466.1644

Food Truck, Brews, and Blues Festival

Sunday September 27, 12-7PM

Spokane7, Steam Plant 159 S Lincoln St Spokane WA  

A benefit for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Northwest with local food trucks, breweries and live music. Located in Steam Plant North parking lot.

Phone: 509.777.3900

Bottles Wine Tastings

Friday September 25, 5PM

Spokane7, Bottles 3319 N Argonne Rd

Sleight of Hand Cellars from Walla Walla.

Phone: 509.443.4027



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.

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 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!

A non-profit dedicated to celebrating folk arts, especially music and dance. Its site is the place to turn if you want to start or join a band, jam with other musicians, keep in touch with other dancers, or find local open mics.

An innovative group that stimulates business relationships, careers, the community and the economy by connecting the next generation of leaders.

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 dclemens@2-harvest.org.

Volunteers help with activities such as supervising teens, contributing meals, teaching classes, decorating rooms, tending babies, helping with grocery shopping, providing holiday goodies, sorting and distributing books, or hosting special events.

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.
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