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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Sammy Eubanks this Friday at the Knitting Factory



Enjoy the music of Sammy Eubanks Blue Christmas this Friday, December 22, 8pm at the Knitting Factory. Bobby Patterson and Big Honey will also perform.

Visit sp.knittingfactory.com.


Cirque Dreams Holidaze December 27 & 28



Cirque Dreams Holidaze lights up Spokane at 7pm Wednesday, December 27 and Thursday, December 28 at the INB Performing Arts Center. This critically-acclaimed holiday stage extravaganza is a Broadway musical, a new cirque adventure and a family show all wrapped in one dazzling performance.

Tickets available at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.


Celebrate New Year's Eve with Beethoven's Ninth Concert & Puttin' On The Ritz Gala





Toast the New Year with Beethoven's 9th Symphony, performed by the Spokane Symphony and the Spokane Symphony Chorale at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Music director Eckart Preu conducts this moving testament to the human spirit including the final exhilarating hymn, Ode to Joy. Concert begins at 7:30pm.

Then, ring in the New Year at the Historic Davenport Hotel's Grand Pennington Ballroom at Puttin' On The Ritz. Enjoy a fabulous evening of dinner, dancing and entertainment with Master Class Big Band, complete with champagne toast. This event is presented by the Spokane Symphony Associates and all proceeds support the Spokane Symphony.

For more information and tickets to each event, visit the Box office, or call 509-624-1200. Tickets also available at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.


First Night lights up downtown on New Year's Eve



First Night Spokane is celebrating 17 years hosting the largest Visual and Performing Arts Festival in the downtown core of Spokane this New Year's Eve. With Family and Adult zones, there's something for all ages...entertainment, art, music, lots of fun and fireworks at midnight.

Go to firstnightspokane.org for a schedule of events and location where you can buy your admission buttons.

Spokane Tribe Casino will open January 8



It's time! The doors of the brand new Spokane Tribe Casino will open to the public at 7pm on Monday, January 8.

At its opening, the Spokane Tribe Casino will offer approximately 450 slot machines, 12 table games, a restaurant-bar, a deli and a gaming floor bar. Unique features throughout the casino, ranging from architectural elements to historical photographs, promise a fun experience for all guests.

Key amenities inside the Spokane Tribe Casino carry names and histories significant to the Spokane Tribe: Three Peaks Kitchen + Bar. 'Three Peaks' refers to three prominent peaks in the region: Mount Spokane, Cayuse Mountain and Steptoe Butte. These three important landmarks roughly outline the Spokane Tribe's ancestral homelands of more than three million acres. Three Peaks Kitchen + Bar will feature casual fine dining and scratch-made menu items crafted with local ingredients.

Whaluks (Gaming floor bar) - 'Whaluks' refers to a traditional card game played by generations of the Spokane Tribe. Because the Spokane Tribe Casino is a gathering place for social interaction, Whaluks is a nod to the tribe's traditions of fun and gaming. Whaluks will feature locally-crafted wines, cocktails and beers.

Speelya's Den (deli) - 'Speelya' is the Salish word for coyote, an important figure in Spokane Tribe culture and stories. The trickster represents fun and merriment with a bit of mischief. Speelya's Den will feature sandwiches, salads, scratch-made gourmet desserts and locally-roasted espresso.

Spokane Tribe Casino is still hiring in anticipation of its grand opening on January 8. New job announcements are added to the Spokane Tribe Casino website weekly. Stay tuned to the Spokane Tribe Casino website and Facebook page for updates on jobs, construction and grand opening details at www.spokanetribecasino.com.


Cactus Flower coming to the Civic Theatre



Spokane Civic Theater presents Cactus Flower, an engaging, delightful light comedy, January 12-28. Go to www.spokanecivictheatre.com for your tickets and more information.


Titanic, the Artifact Exhibition at the museum



Take some time during the holidays to see Titanic, the Artifact Exhibition. It's at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Browne's Addition. Go to www.northwestmuseum.org for information and to buy your tickets online.


Miranda Lambert is coming to the Arena Feb 2



Grammy award winner Miranda Lambert will bring her 'Livin' like Hippies' Tour to the Spokane Arena Friday, February 2. Joining her is special guests Jon Pardi and Turnpike Troubadours. Tickets at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

Holiday weeks music at Arbor Crest

Fireside Music at Arbor Crest:
Friday, December 22 - Evan Denlinger
Saturday, December 23 - Isaac Walton
Friday, December 29 - Craig Catlett Trio
Saturday, December 30 - Sara Brown

Music runs from 5:30-7:30pm. Wine, beer and food available for purchase. Visit arborcrest.com.


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