Events starting Feb. 12

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  • Second Harvest Food Bank

    1234 E. Front Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


    Join other volunteers to sort and pack produce and other bulk food items for delivery to local emergency food outlets. Ages 14+. Shift dates and times vary, sign up online. 252-6267
  • Second Harvest Food Bank

    1234 E. Front Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


    The Kitchen at Second Harvest provides nutrition information, scratch cooking skills, budgeting, and more. Free hands-on cooking classes in the kitchen teach low-income families how to prepare nutritious meals while making optimal use of their limited resources. See website for dates and times; typically meets Tue and Wed from 5:30-7 pm. 252-6249
  • The Rendezvous

    2322 2nd Avenue, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Julia Child bakes a chocolate cake on stage and our host Julia Child Prud’homme shares remembrances, readings and literary amuse-bouche.  Julia Child Prud'homme, Anne Allgood and Mark Anders!!  Enjoy dinner with us before the show and recieve  VIP seating ( 
  • TinkerCAD 101 is a 90 minute workshop introducing you to the worlds of 3D Design and 3D Printing. You will learn TinkerCAD, a free online program designed to be the first step in learning 3D Design, as well as how to slice a file to prepare for 3D Printing, and the basics on how to operate a 3D Printer. Come learn the basics of 3D Printing, and discover several resources should you be interested in continuing!Please bring a laptop and mouse; wifi will be provided.All AgesThe Programming Room at Ada's 
  • Sugar Plum

    324 15th Ave East, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Chef Makini Howell and Pastry Chef Abby Setal will guide guests though a 6 course chocolate themed tasting menu of original, plant-based ice cream, soft-serve, and seasonal treats. Flavors to include Sugar Plum classics such as double chocolate fudge as well as more adventurous combinations like blood orange sherbet with shaved dark chocolate. This event is 21+. In order to provide an exceptional experience for attendees, tickets are limited. Purchase your tickets now as this event is likely to sell out
  • Spokane

    n/a, Spokane Spokane - North

    The American Cancer Society’s Discovery Shops are volunteer-operated stores which raise money to help support the fight against cancer through the sale of high quality, new or gently used, donated merchandise. Volunteer roles include: accepting and sorting donations, preparing clothing donations, pricing, merchandising, register operations, customer service and more. Volunteers are ideally available at least once per week, for 4 hours at the Discovery Shop at 805 W. Garland. 328-9373