Events starting May. 21

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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
  • 238 Brewing

    10321 E. Day Mt. Spokane Rd., Mead Spokane - North

    Description 509-238-2739
  • 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
  • Center for Architecture & Design

    1010 Western Avenue, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Learn about rain gardens and other forms of green infrastructure that you can incorporate in your yard and neighborhood. The 12,000 Rain Garden campaign for Puget Sound has been elevating green infrastructure strategies since 2011 and provides tons of resources and support for designers, communities, and home owners looking to turn the tide on pollution. Join us for this interactive workshop and start planning your dream garden.
  • Royal Room

    5000 Rainier Ave S, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Cascadia Climate Action is bringing Climate Science on Tap to Columbia City's Royal Room for the first time with a fascinating presentation and moderated discussion on how science and concerned citizens can drive climate action in law and policy.  Attorney Andrea Rodgers with Our Children's Trust* will share her work on behalf of youth plaintiffs in the landmark case of Juliana v. U.S currently pending.  Also, Pete Erickson (invited), a scientist with the Stockholm Environment Institute,* who has provided foundational scientific evidence in support of the plaintiffs will share his experience in communicating climate science and the impact of global warming to decision-makers.  Moderator will be P. Sean…
  • Hugo House

    1634 11th Avenue, Seattle Spokane Valley

    While in graduate school in the 1990s, a friend of Steve Almond’s handed him a novel that fundamentally changed the way he thought about writing. That book was Stoner by John Williams, which follows the travails of a college professor whose life from the outside seems unremarkable, even forgettable, but whose inner life is rendered so acutely that the book has become a must-read among writers.In his Word Works lecture, Almond will detail critical lessons he’s learned from Stoner about diving deep into the innermost being of a character, which not only makes for thrilling fiction but, in an age…
  • The Lab at Ada's

    425 15th Ave E, Seattle Spokane Valley

     Town Hall and Ada's proudly present UW Science Engage! Engage is a program where graduate students build their skills of communicating with the public about their work.Featuring: Samantha PhanThe world is quickly advancing where electronic devices (such as smartphones, wearable electronics, and solar panels) are used every day. I’ll be discussing about the economic and environmental costs of current electronics and the prospects of future organic carbon-based electronics and how chemistry can advance these products for a cheaper and greener future.Nadiah Jenkins What stops us from sending humans to Jupiter or Saturn? What is plasma, and how can we use it in…
  • The Forum at Town Hall

    1119 8th Ave, Seattle Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

  • The Forum at Town Hall

    1119 8th Ave, Seattle Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    Please note that this concert replaces the previously scheduled Piano Ki Avaaz which has been postponed to a later date.