Calendar of Events

The Downtown Calendar of Events is updated each Monday. Please submit your event at least 30 days in advance. To submit your downtown event for promotion, email info@downtownspokane.net or call 509.456.0580.


October 1-31

ARTS MONTH

October 2014 is CREATE SPOKANE: a month-long celebration of local arts and culture across creative industries and arts disciplines. Presented by Spokane Arts. More

Through January 24

EXHIBIT

A T. Rex Named Sue. Mobius Science Center. Discovered in the cliffs of South Dakota was the most complete and preserved T.Rex ever found. Now, some 67 million years later Sue’s found her way to Spokane. Don’t worry she won’t bite. More

Through November 16

MUSICAL

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, A Chilling & Riveting Drama, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or call 509-325-2507

October 20 

MUSIC

The Bob Curnow Big Band $8 Doors at 7:30pm. The Big Dipper. More

October 20

PERFORMANCE

Spokane Poetry Slam. Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize.  Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! All ages welcome. Sign ups, 7pm. SLAM, 8pm. The Bartlett, 228 W Sprague Avenue $5 at the door. spokanepoetryslam.org

October 21

AWARDS

Spokane's Philanthropy Awards. Spokane County United Way Emerging Leaders Society, City of Spokane, Empire Health Foundation, The Journal of Business, Numerica Credit Union, along with many other community partners and leaders ask you to come celebrate and highlight the compassionate deeds of our friends and neighbors in the community. Help us to acknowledge the spirit of Philanthropy in Spokane and inspire others to join us! 11am to 1pm at Riverside Place. Register

October 21

SALON

 

Cultivate Spokane Salon Series, presented by Spokane Arts. Ted McGregor is the current Committee Chair for the Riverfront Park Advisory Committee. At this month's salon Ted will be sharing his thoughts on proposed park goals, uses, design alternatives, financing options, community outreach and overall scope of work related to the future development of Riverfront Park. More

October 22 

MUSIC

Spokane International Film Festival Screening. Doors 7:30pm. The Big Dipper. More

October 23 

MUSIC

Burlesque show. The Big Dipper. More

October 24

MUSIC

Allen Stone Bad Rabbits, The BGP, Rock/Pop, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

October 24 

MUSIC

Tanzer4 Battle of the Bands round 4, finals. The winning bands from the first three nights compete. $10 advance $15 DOS. The Big Dipper. More

October 24 to November 10

ART

Famous Scots, by Scottish Photographer, Ken Paterson, following the footsteps of Thomas Blake Glover through Scotland, Japan, Spokane, and Italy. In display at the Bank of America Financial Center. More

October 25

HOCKEY

Spokane Chiefs vs Kootenay Ice, 7:05pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com or 509.535.PUCK, for a full Spokane Chief’s schedule go to SpokaneChiefs.com

October 25

FUNDRAISER

Pumpkin Ball, keeping kids in our community healthy and safe, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

October 25

FUNDRAISER

Annual Ghost Ball, 7pm to midnight, Riverside Event Center. Appetizers, full no-host bar, dancing, photography, auctions and raffles. Benefiting Elevations - A Children's Therapy Resource Foundation. Costumes encouraged but not required. www.ghostball.org

October 25

MUSIC

Under the Streetlamp, America’s hottest new vocal group delivers classic hits from American Radio Songbook composed of recent leading case from Jersey Boys, 7:30pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

October 25

KIDS

All Aboard! KSPS Public TV is bringing Thomas the Tank Engine into town for photos from 11:00am-1:30pm at Spokane's River Park Square. Kids can meet and greet the famous blue engine. Bring your camera!

October 25-26

MUSIC

Spokane Symphony Classics: Mozart and Strauss, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

October 25 & 26

MUSICAL THEATER

Tommy, a profound and powerful story about a "deaf, dumb and blind kid", named Tommy and how he touches the lives of the people and the world around him, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheater.com

October 29

HOCKEY

Spokane Chiefs vs Edmonton Oil Kings, 7:05pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com or 509.535.PUCK, for a full Spokane Chief’s schedule go to SpokaneChiefs.com

October 29 & 30

MUSIC

Spokane Symphony 4th Grade Music Encounter. Fourth graders in the Spokane region and all fourth and fifth graders in Northern Idaho are invited to attend the Music Encounter concerts. The full orchestra introduces the instruments and their unique sounds in these 50 minute interactive concerts for schools. Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. More

October 30

BALL

COSTUME BALL AND AWARDS PRESENTATION Arts Month will culminate in a Costume Ball, a festive way for Inland Northwest innovators to come together and celebrate the creative diversity unique to our region.  At this time, celebrate the Spokane Arts Awards, recognizing the people and organizations in our community providing distinctive contributions to the arts. The Davenport Hotel. More

October 30 

MUSIC

Salsa Night. 45 minute lessons $5, then FREE dancing. Doors at 7:30pm. The Big Dipper. More

October 31 

MUSIC

Tone Collaborative, Bodhi Drip Halloween party. The Big Dipper. More

November 1

MUSIC

The Big Dipper. Crushed Out and BBBBandits! $5, doors at 7:30pm.

November 1

THEATER 

Warren Miller’s No Turning Back, 65th ski film 6pm to 9pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

November 1 COMEDY

Nectar Tasting Room. The fine, fabulous and funny folks at the Lilac City Improv Troop will entertain while you enjoy wine. Tickets, $20, and include your first glass of wine. Show at 7pm, doors at 6:30. 120 N Stevens Spokane, WA  99201. More

November 1

THEATER 

The Women: a Brilliant & Entertaining Story of Modern Women, 7:30pm, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or call 509.325.2507

November 1

HOCKEY 

 Spokane Chiefs vs red Deer Rebels, 7:05pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com or 509.535.PUCK, for a full Spokane Chief’s schedule go to SpokaneChiefs.com

November 1

 SYMPHONY 

 Spokane Symphony Superpops: Sergio Mendes, 8 to 10pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

November 2

COMEDY 

Lewis Black The Rant is Due Tour, 7pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 2

PERFORMANCE

Spokane Poetry Slam. Boots Bakery and Lounge, 24 W Main Avenue. Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize.  Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! All ages welcome. Sign ups, 7pm. SLAM, 7:30pm $5 at the door. spokanepoetryslam.org

November 3

PLAYTIME 

Build! Construct, build and play with awesome building toys! Every Monday from 3 to 5:30pm Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

November 3 to December 31

ART 

Gay Waldman & Louise Kodis, Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm, Chase Gallery at City Hall, for more information go to visitspokane.co

November 4

VOTE

vote YES for two ballot measures that will significantly improve the quality of parks and streets in our community, without a tax rate increase. www.spokaneparksandstreets.com

November 4

READING 

Story Time every Tuesday and Friday, 10am & 10:30am, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

November 4

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE! 

Exploring Mars: The Next Generation, 7pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 6

CONCERT 

Deltron 3030 & Kid Koala, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 6

THEATER 

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, various times, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org

November 6

THEATER 

Disney on Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! One colossal party with all your favorite Disney friends, various times, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com

November 6 TASTING

Chocolate Apothecary and  Vino! A Wine Shop are pairing up to teach the fine delicacy of pairing wine and cheese. Guests will be supplied with five cheeses, five wines and perhaps a chocolate or two to introduce pairing knowledge that will last a lifetime! Learn the basics to help you choose and consume your way through wines and cheeses, including wine and cheese making, history, types, how to identify, storing and care...and of course how to taste. At the historic Flour Mill, 6:30pm. Register here or call (509) 324-2424

November 6

MUSIC

The Big Dipper. Alien Ant Farm with the Failsafe Project. $16 advance, $20 DOS http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/689907

November 7

FIRST FRIDAY 

Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, 5 to 8pm, 509.456.0580, for more information go to downtownspokane.net or pick up an Inlander

November 7

FIRST FRIDAY 

Food Truck Rally on Wall St., for more information go to downtownspokane.net

November 7

CONCERT 

Bank, Bar & Banter, 5 to 8pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

November 7

FESTIVAL  

Decadence Spokane Chocolate Festival, with Cary Fly, chocolate art, and wine and chocolate pairing classes. Noon to 9pm, Red Lion Hotel at the Park. More

November 7

FUNDRAISER 

Benefiting Refugee Connections Spokane 5 to 7:30pm at the Community Building (35 W Main). Live and silent auction, performances, hors d'oeurvres, and wine. Admission, $25, and can be purchased by calling 509.209.2384 or emailing RCS@RefugeeConnectionsSpokane.org

November 7

ART 

Mixology: the Art of Classic Cocktails," a project by local artist Sheila Evans, celebrates mixing drinks—and mixing paint—in equal parts. Eighteen still life paintings representing vintage drinks, along with recipes, appear in a new book written and published by the artist. The images feature vintage barware from local shops and ingredients for the drinks. mixologyart.blogspot.com

November 7 and 8 

THEATER 

Christian Youth Theater (CYT) presents Peter Pan, various times, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com 

November 7 and 8 

THEATER 

Hit and Run VIII Play Festival, Stage Left, for more information go to spokanestageleft.org

November 8

CONCERT 

Tedeschi Trucks Band, 8pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 8

CONCERT 

The Black Mass 2014, 7pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 8 and 9 

FESTIVAL 

Northwest Taste Food & Beverage Show, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

November 9

SPORTS

Seattle Seahawks vs New York Giants.  Free Football Sunday, 1:25pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com 

November 9

SYMPHONY 

Spokane Youth Symphony: Promise of Autumn, 4 to 6pm Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

 

 

 

November 11

CONCERT 

Citizen Cope: The Clarence Greenwood Recordings 10th Anniversary Tour, 9pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 12

THEATER 

Christian Youth Theater (CYT) presents Peter Pan, various times, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com 

November 12 to 16 

THEATER 

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, various times, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org

November 13

CONCERT 

Yelawolf, Rittz, Big Henry, DJ Klever, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 13

THEATER 

Bing Comedy Series Presents: The Seattle International Comedy Competition is the REAL “Last Comic Standing,” 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

November 13

SUMMIT

Updating local development and real estate community as well as targeted brokers in area of life sciences about the market and opportunities within the University District. 2 to 5pm, social hour at 5pm. 

November 14 to 30 

THEATER 

The Thread Men, Stage Left, for more information go to spokanestageleft.org

November 14

FESTIVAL 

33rd Annual Epicurean Delight, benefiting the Blood Center Foundation and the Inland Northwest Blood Center, Spokane Convention Center, for more information go to spokanecenter.com

November 14

CONCERT 

Drowning Pool: Like a Storm, A Breach of Silence, Red Tide Rising, 7pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 14

CONCERT 

Winter Jam 2014 Tour Spectacular, Christian music’s largest annual tour, 7:00pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com 

November 14 to 16 

THEATER

Christian Youth Theater (CYT) presents Peter Pan, various times, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com 

November 15

MAC 

 Super Saturday Yuletide, 11am to 3pm, NW Museum of Arts & Culture, for more information go to northwestmuseum.org

November 15

MUSIC

The Big Dipper. Tristan. Doors at 7pm, tickets $8 advance, $10 DOS  http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/698823

November 15

CONCERT 

GWAR with guests: Corrosion of Conformity and American Sharks, 8pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 16

CONCERT 

 Spokane String Quartet: 3 B’s, 3 to 5pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

November 17

PERFORMANCE

Spokane Poetry Slam. Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize.  Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! All ages welcome. Sign ups, 7pm. SLAM, 8pm. The Bartlett, 228 W Sprague Avenue $5 at the door. spokanepoetryslam.org

November 18

THEATER 

Gaelic Storm chart topping, multi national Celtic band, 8pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com 

November 19

FILM

BURLESKIVAL THE MOVIE, 7:30pm at the Bing Crosby Theater. A video version of the BURLESKIVAL 2014, which was held in September. $7 advance through TicketsWest and certain performers, $10 at the door

November 19 to 22 

THEATER 

The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, various times, Interplayers, for more information go to interplayerstheatre.org

November 20

CONCERT 

Super Diamond.  The Neil Diamond Tribute, 8:30pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 21

CONCERT 

The Green: J Boog, Eli-Mac, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 21

MUSICAL 

Cirque Dreams, 2014 holiday stage spectacular, 7:30pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 21

CONCERT 

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Christmas Attic, 8pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com 

November 21 to December 20 

THEATER 

A Christmas Carol: The Musical, Spokane Civic Theatre, for more information go to spokanecivictheatre.com or call 509.325.2507

November 21 to 23 

FESTIVAL 

Holiday Wine Festival: area wineries will be open to celebrate the holidays with new releases, barrel tastings, food, drink and entertainment, for more information go to www.spokanewineries.net

November 21 to December 14 

GIVING 

The Tree of Sharing provides holiday gifts to thousands of low income children, women and men in Spokane community, first level of River Park Square, for more information contact River Park Square at 509.363.3040

November 21 to December 24 

SANTA 

Jolly Saint Nick arrives at River Park Square to light the tree, for more information contact River Park Square at 509.363.3040

November 22

SYMPHONY 

Spokane Symphony Classics: Haydn & Dvorak, 8 to 10pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org

November 22

CONCERT 

Motley Crue: The Final Tour with Very Special Guest Alice Cooper, 7pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com 

November 22

CONCERT 

The Clumsy Lovers: Acuff and Sherfey, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

November 23

SYMPHONY 

Spokane Symphony Classics: Haydn & Dvorak, 3 to 5pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

November 23 to December 23 

NONPROFIT

Santa Express. Kids from the ages 4 to 12 can shop for affordable Christmas gifts, proceeds benefit Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, 707 W Main, 2nd level of Crescent Court.

November 24

CONCERT 

The Forgotten Carols, 7:30pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 25 to December 24 

HORSE AND CARRIAGE RIDES

Sponsored by STCU & Downtown Spokane Business Improvement District, catch a ride on a horse drawn carriage downtown at Wall and Main, Fridays 3 to 8pm, Saturdays and Sundays noon to 5pm (Christmas Eve noon to 3pm), for more information contact 509.456.0580.

November 26 to 30 

THEATER 

How The Grinch Stole Christmas! INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

November 27

SPORTS

Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers.  Free Football Sunday, 5:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

November 28 to 29 

ACTIVITY 

Make a Gift Bag! Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

November 28 to December 18 

ICE SKATING

Free at Riverfront Park with voucher from participating downtown retailers. 

November 29

SING-A-LONG 

Movie: Aladdin, 2 to 4pm, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

November 29

CONCERT 

Eric Hutchinson & Tristan Prettyman, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

December 1

PLAYTIME 

Build! Construct, build and play with awesome building toys! Every Monday from 3 to 5:30pm Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

December 2 to December 14 

CHRISTMAS TREE ELEGANCE

Beautifully decorated trees and gifts for raffle at the historic Davenport Hotel & River Park Square, for more information go to www.symphonyassociates.org  

December 4

CONCERT 

Shatner’s World,  We Just Live In It…, 7:30pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

December 4 to 7 

SYMPHONY 

The Nutcracker, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

December 5

FIRST FRIDAY 

Monthly art & retail promotion series, Downtown venues, 5 to 8pm, 509.456.0580, for more information go to downtownspokane.net or pick up an Inlander

December 5

FIRST FRIDAY 

 Food Truck Rally on Wall St., for more information go to downtownspokane.net

December 6

MUSICAL 

 Sound of Music Fourth Annual Sing Long, 7pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

December 6

MOBIUS KIDS SANTA BREAKFAST 

Fundraiser, 9 to 11am, Davenport Hotel, for more information go to www.mobiusspokane.org

December 6

CONCERT 

Spokane Jazz Orchestra.  Christmas in NY with guest vocalist Charlotte Carruthers, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 6

CONCERT 

 Pepper: The Movement, New Beat Fund, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

December 6

JINGLE BELL RUN & WALK

 benefits the Arthritis Foundation, Riverfront Park, for more information go to www.SpokaneJingleBellRun.kintera.org

December 6

TEDDY BEAR TEA

 Annual celebration, 11:30am Downtown Library, for more information go to www.spokanelibrary.org or call 509. 444.5300

December 7

CONCERT 

The Wailin’ Jennys have grown over the years into one of today’s most beloved international folk acts, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 7

PERFORMANCE

Spokane Poetry Slam. Boots Bakery and Lounge, 24 W Main Avenue. Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize.  Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! All ages welcome. Sign ups, 7pm. SLAM, 7:30pm $5 at the door. spokanepoetryslam.org

December 8

CONCERT 

Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra: Sung Won Yang, 7:30 to 9:30pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

December 10

CONCERT 

 The Singing Nuns Christmas Concert “King of Kings,” 2pm and 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 10

SPORT

Gonzaga Men’s Basketball vs WUS, 8pm, Spokane Arena, for more information go to spokanearena.com, ticketswest.com 

December 12

CONCERT 

Michael Londra’s Celtic Yuletide, Christmas from Ireland, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 13

CONCERT 

Flogging Molly: The Mighty Stef, The Pasadena Band, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

December 13

NONPROFIT

Paws and Claus, pet photos with Santa, 6 to 7pm, River Park Square, for more information call 509.363.304

December 13

MUSICAL 

Sing a Long  Movie: Sound of Music, 2 to 4pm, Downtown Library, for more information go to spokanelibrary.org

December 14

READING 

Jan Brett presented by Auntie’s Bookstore New York Times bestselling children’s author and illustrator, 5pm Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 15

CONCERT 

 Down: Orange Goblin, Bl’ast, King Parrot, 8:00pm, Knitting Factory Concert House, for more information go to sp.knittingfactory.com or ticketweb.com

December 15

PERFORMANCE

Spokane Poetry Slam. Every first and third Sunday, spoken word warriors battle for Inland Empire supremacy, and a $50 Grand Prize.  Each poem is judged by five members of the audience and, after two rounds of poetry, whichever poet has the highest cumulative score is declared the winner! All ages welcome. Sign ups, 7pm. SLAM, 8pm. The Bartlett, 228 W Sprague Avenue $5 at the door. spokanepoetryslam.org

December 17

CHILDREN

TEDDY BEAR TEA.  Annual celebration, 2pm, Downtown Library, for more information go to www.spokanelibrary.org or call 509. 444.5300

December 18

CONCERT 

Michael W. Smith Christmas Spectacular, 7pm, INB Performing Arts Center, for more information go to inbpac.com

December 20 to 21 

SYMPHONY 

Spokane Symphony: Holiday Pops Celebration, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

December 26 and 27 

MUSICAL 

 RENT presented by Lake City Playhouse & Friends of the Bing, 7:30pm, Bing Crosby Theater, for more information go to bingcrosbytheather.com

December 31

SYMPHONY 

 Spokane Symphony Associates invites you to Puttin’ On The Ritz, A special celebration to ring in the New Year, for more information go to symphonyassociates.org

December 31

SYMPHONY 

Spokane Symphony New Year’s Eve Special: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, 7:30 to 8:30, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, for more information go to foxtheaterspokane.org 

December 31 to January 1 

FIRST NIGHT 

Celebrate the New Year at First Night, for more information go to Firstnightspokane.org

 


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