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Boo! Spokane Valley Pool Transforms into Haunted House

Boo! Spokane Valley Pool Transforms into Haunted House

During the summer months the Valley Mission Pool is full of children laughing, now all you'll hear are screams!

This weekend, the Valley Mission Pool and locker rooms will be transformed into a spooky haunted house.  The haunted house will feature a zombie graveyard, tarp tunnel of terror and clown chaos.  If you bring a can of food to donate it's just $2 to get in.

Here are the details:

October 26th and 27th


11123 E. Mission Ave.

For more information, 509-720-5408 or jpapich@spokanevalley.org

Natural Living Show

Learning how to live a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle has never been more easy.  This weekend, more than three dozen vendors will be on hand at the Natural Living Show to help you make better choices for your body, environment and our community.

The show will feature local cheese-makers and handmade soaps. And, if you ever wanted to have your own eggs fresh from your backyard there will be a workshop on urban chickens too.

Here are all the details:

 Saturday, October 13th

10 am-6 pm

Spokane Community College Lair

Admission is $7, although if you swing by Sun People Dry Goods located at 32 West 2nd Avenue, Suite 200 you can pick up FREE passes!

Race a Pumpkin and Help Feed a Senior

Race a Pumpkin and Help Feed a Senior

Fall is in the air and that means it's time for The Great Pumpkin Race in the Cannon Hill Neighborhood. The annual event scheduled for October 27th,  encourages participants to find creative ways to make their pumpkins move the fastest.  Engineering students from Gonzaga University will be on hand to help.  If you want to get a head start on the race, art students from GU will help kids paint their pumpkins on October 20th at River Park Square.

All money raised from the event will go directly to Meals on Wheels.


Experience Basin Summer Sounds in Ephrata

Experience Basin Summer Sounds in Ephrata

Basin Summer Sounds is a two-day family friendly multi-genre music festival, taking place at the historic Grant County Courthouse in downtown Ephrata this Friday and Saturday.

The festival celebrates a wide variety of music from all over the Pacific Northwest.  This year' lineup includes headliners Vicci Martinez on Friday evening and Bowling For Soup on Saturday night.

You'll also see me there on Saturday night, as I've been asked to be the emcee and introduce the bands.

Music. Food. Fun. Something for everyone at Basin Summer Sounds!

Events: Transit of Venus, Alien and Poetry

Events: Transit of Venus, Alien and Poetry

If you're looking for something to do during the week, here's some events we curated together. It ranges from astronomical events, a viewing of the movie Alien and even the grand opening of Chipotle.

If something looks good, grab your day planner and scribble it in. We like to use our phone's reminder app so an annoying noise happens when it's time for an event. If you think we missed an event, let us know, comment below.

For those reading from either Adams County or Couer D'alene, there's an event for you.

Monday, June 4th

Community Band - Looking for a musical evening? Spokane Falls Community College has a band that plays a medley of music. We once heard them perform Colonel Bogey's March. It was years ago, but it still haunts our ears. On the repertoire, selections from "Ben Hur". | 7:30-10 p.m. @ SFCC, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Dr.

Tuesday, June 5th

Transit of Venus - This is a rare event that you can only seen once. Venus will pass between the Earth and Sun. Since we live in the West Coast-ish, we'll get to see more of it than other parts of the country. It will be a nice sunset event, but you'll need the right tools to view it safely. | 3:05-9:48 p.m. @ Spokane

Jamal Ali - Hip hop at The Rocket Market? Say it isn't so. Might go well with the Transit of Venus. | 7:30-10 p.m. @ The Rocket Market, 726 E. 43rd Ave.

Grant County Sheriff's Office Announces Town Hall Meetings

What is the Grant County Sheriff's Office doing to make you safe? Two town hall meetings are being organized to help answer that question and shed a little light on what they're doing in the community.

The meetings are being hosted by Sheriff Tom Jones and other administrative staff will be attending to answer any questions you may have.

  • Tuesday, March 20th, 7-9 p.m. at Wilson Creek High School
  • Thursday, April 19th, 7-9 p.m. at George Community Hall
  • Tuesday, May 17th, 7-9 p.m. at Warden Senior Center

Both meetings are a ways away, so be sure to mark your calendar so you don't forget. If you miss these two, there will be some more meetings scheduled in the future.

Referendum Battle Heats Up Statewide

Local supporters of the Marriage Equality Bill are hitting the road to celebrate the legislation signed into law by Governor Chris Gregoire earlier this month.

Occupy Spokane is spearheading a gathering planned with the LGBT Center at the rest area on along eastbound I-90 near Sprague starting Thursday morning at 4 a.m.

The groups will be there until Midnight encouraging travelers to not sign R-74, the referendum filed by the bill’s opposition to reverse the Governor’s decision.

Across the state, an effort to block the ballot title of Referendum 74 is heading to court. Preserve Marriage Washington has filed a court challenge to the Attorney General Office to change the title of the referendum saying it does the reflect the gender neutrality change for “husband” and “wife”.

They’re not the only ones challenging the title. Supporters of the new law are expected to challenge as well. They all have until next Monday to file their case. Challenges are typically held at the same meeting, but a hearing date hasn’t even been announced yet.