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John James Audubon exhibit now at the MAC



See amazing wildlife illustrations and artifacts from the famous artist and naturalist John James Audubon, now at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture. Bring your flock to the MAC this summer for great family fun with more nature-themed exhibits. Enjoy great activities for the whole family.

Purchase tickets in advance at northwestmuseum.org.


Spokane Symphony Summer concert at Arbor Crest July 28



The Spokane Symphony will be back performing atop the Cliff House Estate grounds of Arbor Crest Wine Cellars on Wednesday, July 28 at 7pm. Enjoy classical music paired with Arbor Crest wines by the bottle or glass as well as food options from Chef Chad White's Mediterranean menu, all while taking in the lovely sunset views of Spokane.

For tickets and more information, visit spokanesymphony.org.


Shakespeare in Riverfront Park



Spokane Shakespeare Society presents their inaugural season in Riverfront Park with two productions:

A Midsummer Night's Dream - runs in August
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare - runs in September.

Shows begin at 6:30pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, and 2pm on Sundays. Seating begins 30 minutes prior to curtain. Friends and families can gather, bring their lawn chairs or blankets, pack a picnic or enjoy food from Riverfront restaurants, and enjoy a night of professional theatre under the stars. All seating will be open seating. Free to attend.

For more information and performance dates, visit my.spokanecity.org/riverfrontspokane.


Food Truck Fridays return in downtown Spokane



After a year off, Food Truck Friday is back downtown. Downtown Spokane and the Greater Spokane Food Truck Association are shutting down Wall Street every Friday this summer to bring you Food Truck Fridays from 11am-2pm. This year with a wider variety of trucks, take a break from your day for great food, entertainment and company. Appearances by: Mixed Plate; Skewers; Crate; One Night Stand; D. Lish's; Mangia; Mac Daddy's; Toby's BBQ; Tacos Camargo; Crepe Cafe Sisters; Daily Bread; Farmer's Daughter; Ben & Jerry's; and Bombshell Sweets.

downtownspokane.org/event.


Cycle Celebration is this Sunday



The Spokane Valley Cycle Celebration presented by Valleyfest brings all varieties of bike riders together for healthy opportunities to explore the Spokane area up close. This year's Cycle Celebration is Sunday, July 25 at Mirabeau Point Park. Choose between a 50-mile, 25-mile, and 10-mile ride. All bike rides start at the North Centennial Trail Head across from Mirabeau Point Park at 13500 E. Mirabeau Parkway in Spokane Valley.

Online registration closes on Saturday, July 24. To register, visit cyclecelebration.com.

Spokane Indians play Vancouver at home July 27-August 1

The Spokane Indians are playing the Vancouver Canadians next Tuesday through Sunday, July 27-August 1 at Avista Stadium. Wednesday, July 28 is Family Feast Night and Native Cultulre Night, Friday & Saturday, July 30 & 31 is Fireworks Night, and Sunday, August 1 is Youth Sports Night. All games start at 6:30, and on Sunday, August 1, the game starts at 5:09pm.

For tickets and more information, visit www.milb.com/spokane.

Free live music in downtown CdA this summer

Enjoy live music in Coeur d'Alene City Park, Sundays this summer from 1-4pm. The park is located at 415 Ft. Ground Dr. In case of bad weather, concerts will be moved to the CdA Resort Plaza, 3rd Street at Sherman Ave in downtown CdA. This Sunday, July 25, Mojo, the Party Band performs.

More live music in downtown CdA: Tuesdays from 6-8:30pm at Sherman Square Park, 316 Sherman Ave. Next Tuesday, July 27, The Bobby Patterson Band performs Rockin' Blues. And on Thursdays from 6-8pm, live music at Riverstone Park, 1805 Tilford Lane. Today, Thursday, July 22, Macey Gard Band perfroms Rock/Pop/Soul Jackson Roltgen opens the concert.

All performances are free and open to the public.

Mt. Spokane Youth Day Camps begin July 28



Mt. Spokane Summer Day Camps & Mountain Bike Skills Campd begin Wednesday, July 28 and run through Friday, August 20. Located on the top of our region's iconic mountain, campers will spend their days playing hard, exploring the mountain, making friends, and getting dirty, with an emphasis on protecting our natural resources and environment.

Camp location/drop-off is Lodge 1, Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park. Camp times are 9am-4pm. For more information, visit www.mtspokane.com/SummerCamps.


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