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Friday, March 26, 2021

News from Arbor Crest



Spring has sprung at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars, and in addition to their upcoming annual spring flower display, there's more news.

New Spring Menu - Chef Chad White and his team continue to add delicious new selections to the Spring menu at Arbor Crest, including Spring Hummus with artichoke and preserved lemon, Hamachi crudo, Honeydew melon salad with turmeric dressing, Shrimp Gyro, Cardamom Pot de Creme and more, paired with Arbor Crest wines. The menu is served daily in the Tasting Room with seating indoors or out on the grounds.

The tent is going up at Arbor Crest - Their tent provides cover and ambiance for outdoor events and weddings. Arbor Crest hopes to make an announcement soon about their summer concerts.

For more information, visit www.arborcrest.com.


The MAC moves to Phase 3



Now that the MAC has moved to Phase 3, there are more tickets available to view the current exhibits. The headliner exhibition is Dressing the Abbey featuring the award-winning costumes worn by the stars of the Downtown Abbey television series. To maintain generous social distancing, the MAC has added Mondays to their admission schedule, so they are now open seven days a week from 10am-5pm. Special senior hours are Tuesday 10am-2pm. Tickets should be purchased in advance on the website, so visitors can be spread throughout the day. Dressing the Abbey exhibit closes May 2.

For a listing of all exhibits and to purchase tickets, visit www.northwestmuseum.org.

It's a great weekend to spend in Riverfront Park



The Looff Carrousel is open. One of the most visited attractions in Spokane, the historic Looff Carrousel, originally installed in 1909, is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is one of America's most beautiful and well preserved hand-carved wooden carrousels. It features 54 horses, 1 giraffe, 1 tiger, and 2 Chinese dragon chairs and a brass ring to catch. The Looff Carrousel recently went through an extensive renovation and expansion, and its new building is surrounded by large open windows.

Masks are mandatory. Purchase tickets online at my.spokanecity.org/riverfrontspokane.


More at Riverfront Park



The Pavilion - featuring light shows every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10pm. Originally built as the U.S. Federal Pavilion for Expo '74, the Pavilion was a gift to Spokane from the United States government. The dynamic light shows display and array of color, brightness and patterns. Free to attend.

For a complete listing of fun places to see in Riverfront Park, visit my.spokanecity.org/riverfrontspokane.




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