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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Origami Exhibit at the MAC closes July 15



Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami is an engaging look at the modern advances in origami through contemporary artwork. Origami, literally meaning 'paper folding,' has evolved from a Japanese craft into a highly expressive, global art form. Nine international artist have each created pieces specifically for this tour, and together for the first time, their collective works present unique and 'above the fold' commentaries on diverse aspects of modern life and art.

Above the Fold runs now through this Sunday, July 15. For museum hours and more information, visit www.northwestmuseum.org.


Mozart in Manito Park, coming July 17 & 18



Connoisseur Concerts will present Magical Musical Evenings for its 28th annual Mozart On a Summer's Eve, with two concerts in July on Tuesday, July 17 at 7pm with a repeat performance on Wednesday, July 18 at 7pm on the lawn East of the Duncan Gardens fountain in Manito Park.

The first half of the program presents Northwest Bach Festival Artistic Director and 2017 Triple Grammy Winning cellist Zuill Bailey in a String Octet performing the music of Mendelssohn and Shostakovich with guest artists including Mateusz Wolski, violin; David Armstrong, violin; Jason Moody, violin; Kelly Farris, violin; Julia Salerno, viola; Sarah Bass, viola; Roberta Bottelli, cello.

The second part of the program features Mozart On a Summer's Eve Music Director Verne Windham with the Connoisseur Concerts Wind Ensemble and guest artist, Tim Augustin, tenor, in a program including Mozart, Mendelssohn, Bernstein and more.

For tickets and more information, visit nwbachfest.com.


Crave NW begins tomorrow!



CRAVE NW is the Inland Northwest's premier food and drink celebration, and will be held this Thursday through Sunday, July 12-15 at CenterPlace Regional Event Center at Mirabeau Meadows Park in Spokane Valley. Presented by the City of Spokane Valley, CRAVE NW is a unique culinary event that showcases the creative talents of visionary chefs from around the region and highlight the flavors of the great Northwest.

Crave NW Schedule of Events:
Thursday, July 12: Seafood Bash, 6-9pm
Friday, July 13: Foods from Around the World, 6-9pm
Saturday, July 14: Grand Tasting & Demos, 1-4pm; Fire & Smoke, 6-9pm; Afterparty DJ Unifest 9-11:30pm
Sunday, July 15: Sunday Brunch, 9am-noon; Grand Tasting & Demos, 1-4pm

Much more information and tickets are available at cravenw.com.

Crave NW benefits Second Harvest Inland Northwest and Spokane Valley Partners.


New exhibit opens at Art Spirit Gallery



This Friday, July 13 from 5-8pm, The Art Spirit Gallery, at 415 Sherman in downtown Coeur d'Alene, opens a show with Jerri and Mark Lisk, Katherine Nelson and A L Swanson. Get the details at theartspiritgallery.com.


The Live music continues this Friday at Manito Park Bench Cafe



This Friday, July 13, Laddie Ray Melvin performs a free concert at the Park Bench Cafe in Manito Park. Music runs from 6-8pm, and food, beverages and ice cream available for purchase.

The Park Bench Cafe's free Friday summer concerts continue each week until August 17, so don't miss out!


Browne's Addition Summer Concerts, Thursdays in the Park

The 22st Annual Browne's Addition Concert Series, sponsored by the Browne's Addition Neighborhood Council, will present a wide variety of exciting musical groups on Thursdays in July and August from 6-8pm at the gazebo in the park. The concerts are free and this Thursday, July 12, Tango Volcado, the Inland Northwest's hottest tango band will perform. On Thursday, July 19, Maxie Ray Mills Band performs blues and more.

This week's music at Arbor Crest

This Thursday, July 12, Current Flow performs Funk/Jazz/Blues/Rock, music runs from 5:30-7:30, $5 admission.
And on Sunday, July 15, it's Sammy Eubanks from 5:30-8pm, $10 admission. Food, wine and beer available for purchase.

Hotel RL by Red Lion Summer Concerts

Hotel RL continues its free summer concert series and this Saturday, July 14, it's Bumper Jacksons, performing Roots Jazz, Country, Swing, and Street Blues, and on Sunday, July 15, it's a Reggae Party with Adrian Xavier. Music runs from 6-9:30pm, doors open at 5pm, and seating is at the back of the hotel, just off the Centennial Trail along the banks of the Spokane River.

KPBX Kids' Concert this Saturday



This Saturday, July 14 at 1pm, Sidetrack Plays Tribute to The Band in the next KPBX Kids' Concert. This free concert in the Lair Auditorium at Spokane Community College will be fun for all ages. Sidetrack is a six piece band of veteran musicians who play a variety of music they describe as 'Americana with a backbeat.' They have been together for 15 years and have played all over the region. This concert will pay tribute to roots rock icons The Band during the 50th anniversary of their first album, Music from Big Pink.

Directions and free parking information can be found on SPR's website, www.kpbx.org.

New Music venue coming to Browne's Addition

A new music venue, with a seating capacity of 350 to 400, and restaurant with 2 bars is coming to Browne's Addition this fall. Lucky You Lounge, at 1801 W. Sunset Blvd, across the street from Rosauers, will be operated by the same owners of the Bartlett.

Spokane Entertainment District Events



Here are this week's events:

Thursday, July 12
Whitey Morgan - 8pm, Knitting Factory

Saturday, July 14
X Ambassadors - The Joyful Tour - 8pm, Knitting Factory

For more information, visit spokaneentertainmentdistrict.com.


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