Events starting Jun. 18

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  • Second Harvest Food Bank

    1234 E. Front Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    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
  • Ongoing

    238 Brewing

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

    Sdfsdf 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
  • Push/Pull

    5484 Shilshole Ave NW, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Want a retro look in your space? Looking to add plants but ran out of countertops? Come make a macrame plant hanger! All materials are provided and instructor is on hand to help. There will be several options so even the least crafty participants will have a successful night. We'll start out with learning some basic knots and work to getting our own design for a hanger done. Each participant will also receive a small pot and plant! $35 per person.This event is a part of Push/Pull Projects. Push/Pull Projects is powered by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent…
  • Sugar Plum

    324 15th Ave East, Seattle Spokane Valley

    Chef Makini Howell owner of Plum Vegan Restaurants guides guests through a multi-course dessert tasting menu. Enjoy original plant-based ice cream, soft-serve, and seasonal vegan treats celebrating Sugar Plum's flavor of the month- Cherry Vanilla Almond! In order to provide an exceptional experience for attendees, tickets are limited.Purchase your tickets now as this event is likely to sell out.
  • The Lab at Ada's

    425 15th Ave E, Seattle Spokane Valley

     Join curator and author Ariel Meadow Stallings from the Offbeat Empire for an evening of discussion with Leslie Miller, founder of Girl Friday Productions, and Danielle Hulton, owner of Ada's Technical Books, as we dig into the future of self publishing.Our panelists will discuss self publishing from three perspectives: author, production house, and bookseller, as we get into the nuances of…What factors should authors consider when deciding to self publish or pursue publication?What aspects of self publishing does it make sense to DIY vs outsource?How does do indie bookstores work with self-published authors?Tickets Available21+ with IDThe Lab at Ada's
  • 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

  • Knitting Factory

    919 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

    509-244-3279
  • The Central Saloon

    207 1st Avenue South, Seattle Spokane Valley

    The Central Saloon Presents: FNTN (Los Angeles, CA) Options Open (Seattle) Special Guests 8pm // 21+ // $5 Adv. / $8 Door