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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Virtual Bloomsday will now be run September 18-27



Bloomsday officials have announced that Virtual Bloomsday participants may complete their race Friday, September 18 through Sunday, September 27. It was scheduled for September 18, 19 and 20. Hazardous air conditions from area wildfires have made it dangerous to exercise outdoors both in the Spokane region and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Those conditions could continue through the weekend. To allow Virtual Bloomsday participants to complete their 7.46-mile course in safe air conditions, Bloomsday race officials extended the participation time frame to Sunday, September 27.

Virtual Bloomsday is an event that allows 2020 Bloomsday entrants to earn their coveted race finisher shirt. Participants run or walk any 7.46-mile course of their choosing and then report their finish time on the Bloomsday website. Bloomsday will then mail the finisher shirt. Almost 25,000 people have signed up for Virtual Bloomsday.

More details at www.bloomsdayrun.org.


Valleyfest 2020 is virtual!



The 31st Annual Valleyfest is going virtual this year. The event, set for Saturday, September 26, will have lots of great events to participate in. Free Virtual Booths to support local businesses; Lily Pad Procession where you can decorate your own porch; Marvelous Mini Parade, children can make a shoebox float; Multi Sport Challenge featuring 10 days of Valley adventures.

Much more detailed information including registration, registration deadlines and a list of activities can be found at valleyfest.org.


Spokane Public Radio's thank you broadcast event with Dr. Zorba Paster, Sept. 24



In celebration of SPR's 40th anniversary, KPBX FM will be airing an exclusive, live broadcast call-in show with Dr. Zorba Paster on Thursday, September 24, 6pm on both KPBX 91.1 and KSFC 91.9. Dr. Paster will talk about current health topics including COVID-19, vaccine work, and take your phone calls. Zorba may even have a recipe to pass on. The call-in show will be hosted by Doug Nadvornick. Dr. Zorba Paster is so popular in the Spokane area that often when his show is broadcast he has at least one call from our region, if not more.

Zorba Paster On Your Health, is broadcast on KPBX Wednesday from noon-1pm and on KSFC Sunday from noon-1pm. Each week, family doc Zorba Paster and sidekick Tom Clark team up with callers for an hour of upbeat, entertaining talk about healthy living.

For more information, visit spokanepublicradio.org.


Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour moves online this year

The 13th Annual Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour will move online this year because of Covid-19, with the virtual show opening on Saturday, September 26, at 8am. Over three dozen, well-known, regional artists are participating.

The show will be available online at www.LittleSpokaneStudios.com, where visitors will find links directly to their favorite artist, along with the ability to visit other artists, as well. A special feature of this year's show will be a signed, limited edition, poster created by renowned oil painter and Little Spokane River Tour Artist and Group Manager, Victoria Brace. A total of only 50 signed posters will be available for $50 each, and net proceeds from sales will be donated to Spokane Public Radio. The original artwork this year showcases nine artistic expressions: painters; jewelers; potters; photographers; 2D mixed media; 3D mixed media and sculpture; glass, wood and stone; fiber, and leather.


Oktoberfest this Friday & Saturday in downtown CdA



Wander through downtown Coeur d'Alene and sample Oktoberfest style beers and ciders in participating downtown businesses this Friday & Saturday, September 18-19. There will be 20+ beers and ciders to sample along with special German Oktoberfest food. Hours are Friday, 4-8pm; Saturday noon-8pm.

For tickets and more information ,visit www.cdadowntown.com/oktoberfest.


Fair Food Drive Thru at the Fairgrounds this weekend



The Spokane Fair Food Drive Thru continues this weekend at the Fairgrounds, so don't miss out on all your favorite fair food, like funnel cakes, ice cream, Longhorn BBQ, corn dogs and more. This Friday through Sunday, September 18-20. Admission is free. Hours are 11am-7pm on Friday & Saturday, and 11am-5pm on Sunday.

For a complete listing of participating vendors and menus, visit thespokanefair.com/worlds-largest-fair-food-drive-thru.


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