Vocal Point at INB Feb. 20
The BYU Management Society brings the signature sound of Vocal Point to the INB Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. Vocal Point is BYU’s premier nine-man a cappella ensemble known for their top five performance on NBC’s “The Sing Off” and first-place honor at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. The group combines pop, jazz, R&B and classics from the 1950s. Proceeds from ticket sales go toward scholarships for returned LDS missionaries and local LDS high school students. Tickets are available at www.ticketswest.com.
Bach’s Lunch at Noon
The 21st annual Bach Festival & Series will take place Feb. 23 through March 6 at various venues throughout the Spokane area. On Thursday, Feb. 26, “Bach’s Lunch at Noon,” one of several free events on the agenda, will be offered at the Kress Gallery on the third level of RiverPark Square. Zuill Bailey will be featured on cello along with other festival artists. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch or purchase food in the Food Court. For a complete list of Bach Festival events, visit www.nwbachfest.com.
Cross country moonlit ski and dinner
Discover the magic of moonlight on snow as you peacefully make your way on cross-country skis as part of a unique event sponsored by Spokane Parks and Recreation this Saturday, Feb. 20. Afterward enjoy Italian style dinner by Trezzi Farm Catering. The excursion departs from Selkirk Lodge at Mt. Spokane at 6 p.m. and concludes at 9. The $42 cost includes ski equipment, dinner and guides. Sno-Park and Discover Pass permits are required and there is a $5 discount if you bring your own equipment. Must call for discount and participants must be 18 or older. Additional information emailed after registration. Call 509-625-6200 for more information.
New chapter of LDS writers’ group for women
The newly-formed local chapter of the American Night Writers Association (ANWA), a writers’ group for LDS women, will meet every second Saturday at 10 a.m. at The Brass Plates, 15704 E Sprague Ave. in Spokane Valley. This group is for anyone who is a published author, aspiring author, wants to write, writes poetry, is working on their family history, memoirs or is just an avid reader. Every stage of writer is welcome. You can learn more about this group by going to www.spokane-anwa.com or by visiting ANWA’s website at www.ANWA-LDS.org. For more information on the local chapter, email Susan Allred at email@example.com.
‘Harvest’ at Spokane Convention Center
“Harvest: The Bounty of Washington,” a juried fine art photography exhibition highlighting food products that are grown and harvested in Washington state will be on display at the Spokane Convention Center through February. This unique exhibit is free to the public and features more than 60 works by Northwest photographers during public events at the facility. The Spokane Convention Center is located at 334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. in downtown Spokane. For more information, visit www.spokanecenter.com.
Palouse Discovery Science Center
The Palouse Discovery Science Center in Pullman promotes science, math, and technology literacy through educational programs, exhibits, teaching collections, and activities emphasizing practical learning. The center provides special programs for different age groups and has available space for birthday parties as well as a calendar full of special events. The PDSC is open Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visit www.palousescience.net for more information.
Riverfront Park Ice Palace
The Ice Palace at Riverfront Park in Spokane has begun the winter recreation season with a full slate of ice skating lessons, discount specials, drop-in hockey and general ice skating fun. The Ice Palace is open each day other than Monday, through March 1. Cost for admission and skate rental is $5 for adults; $3.50 for students, seniors and military. The venue includes a covered rink and seating as well as daytime and evening sessions. For more information, visit www.spokaneriverfrontpark.com.
“100 Stories” at MAC
“100 Stories – A Centennial Exhibition” is now being featured at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane. The exhibit takes a unique look into the Inland Northwest’s past, present and future while demonstrating the MAC’s role in maintaining, preserving and interpreting the region through themes of the American West. Throughout its two-year run, special programming will amplify 100 stories through art and traditional craft demonstrations, living history programs, film, lectures and symposia. Hours are Wednesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is located at 2316 W. First Ave. in Spokane. For more information, visit www.northwestmuseum.org.
LDS Single Adult events
The Regional LDS Single Adult (31 and over) sponsors a variety of activities and firesides each month. For information on single adult events, call the Spokane info line at 509-459-1072 or the Coeur d’Alene line at 208-664-1223.
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