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Friday, June 4, 2021

Artfest starts today

Arfest 2021 is a three-day celebration of art and craft, and runs online, beginning today, Friday, June 4 and runs through Sunday, June 6. Paintings, photography, ceramics, jewelry and more by 70 juried regional artists. There will be art demonstrations, Northwest music playlist, make-it-art kids' projects and more. 100% of sales go to the artists.

To view this year's Artfest, visit

Manito Plant Sale going on now

The Friends of Manito's June Plant Sale is going today, Friday, June 4 through Saturday, June 5 and next Thursday through Saturday, June 10-12. Hours both weekends are 8am-3pm. This year, due to the pandemic, shoppers are required to sign up for timeslots in order to attend. The sale will take place in the fenced area near the Manito Meeting Room and Gaiser Conservatory in Manito Park.

For a complete listing of plants for sale, and to sign up, visit

June Gallery Show - 'The Black Universe' at Terrain

Tonight is the opening reception of The Black Universe: a solo exhibition featuring the work of Hazel Miller. The Black Universe is inspired by ancient human life, Zen Buddhism, and the color black; its themes include womanhood, rebirth, botany and altered states of consciousness. It explores the many selves that women in particular occupy. Reception runs today, Friday, June 4 from 5-8pm. Regular gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday 6-8pm.

Terrain Gallery is located in the Washington Cracker Building (304 W. Pacific). Terrain Gallery shows can also be viewed our website at

2021 Upscale Sale benefitting Spokane Symphony Associates going on now

The Spokane Symphony Associates' 2021 Upscale Sale is a gigantic estate sale that this year fills 40,000-square-feet of retail space, at the former Toys R Us, 6104 N. Division St. in Spokane. The sale runs from 9am-6pm Friday & Saturday, June 4 & 5; 10am-5pm on Sunday, June 6; and 9am-6pm, Wednesday-Saturday, June 9-12.

Upscale Sale and Christmas Tree Elegance raised $450,000 for the Spokane Symphony Associates to donate to the Spokane Symphony 2019. The pandemic eliminated both events in 2020 but donations continued to come in for the sale over two and a half years until eight storage units were filled. These donated treasures include 1,000 pieces of costume jewelry, goblets and crystal, china sets, oriental items, remarkable kitchen items, holiday and home decor, furniture, rugs, designer clothes and handbags, plus much more.

For more information, visit

Spokane Queer Art Walk 2021 today

The annual Queer Art Walk is back this year featuring six locations throughout Spokane and showcasing artwork by LGBTQIA+ artists. The city-wide event, which originated in 2019, is a self-guided art walk created to kick off June as Pride Month and showcase both local and national queer artists. Venues this year include both in-person receptions, online exhibits, and window-gallery shows, giving viewers a variety of ways to engage and enjoy the artwork.

Event details and updates can be found on the Spokane Queer Art Walk Facebook page,, as well as on the Spokane Arts events page,

Spokane Valley Farmers Market opens for the season

Today, Friday, June 4, the Spokane Valley Farmers Market will have their season opener. It will also be the first of four Food Truck Nights partnered with Greater Spokane Food Truck Association. Food trucks include: Ben & Jerry's, Crepe Cafe Sisters, Kona Ice, Mixed Plate, Meltz Extreme Grilled Cheese, One Night Stand BBQ, Increditruck, Tea's Co., and more. The market will have live music, food trucks, local artisan crafters, food processors, fresh produce from local farms, baked goods and a beer garden.

Spokane Valley Farmers Market will take place from June 4 - September 17 on Fridays from 4-8pm. The website is

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